The jury finds for Andrews, but when Jordan and Andrews shake hands, things are a little chilly. Andrews says Jordan was right not to let him settle, so I guess part of a scene was cut, because as I mentioned, Andrews never seemed to me like he was considering settling. He asks Jordan if they'll have lunch at the club next week, and Jordan, without smiling, says he'll call him. Yeah, I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for that phone to ring, Andrews, but if you're desperate for a date, Matt over there would practically wet himself from the excitement of being asked. Jordan then catches Keith on his way out, who manages a gracious congratulations. Jordan notes that Keith didn't have the law on his side, and then smoothly offers Keith a job. Keith, a little taken aback, asks if he needs more black lawyers at his firm. Jordan: "No. I need more great lawyers. Especially since the best one I had suddenly can't stop dancing around my lobby." Some of that may have been implied. Keith takes a moment and then holds up the card in a "thanks, I'll think about it" gesture, and walks away.
Taylor is berating Jordan for talking to Eli about her, saying he promised not to interfere in their relationship. Jordan points out that Eli works for him, and he didn't say he wouldn't speak to him. "I'm a lawyer -- I look for loopholes." Heh. Taylor is obviously worried that Eli's change of heart was influenced by Jordan, but Jordan assures her that he hasn't bullied Eli, nor does he feel the need to -- while it's clear to him that Eli is conflicted about his decision, he also doesn't want to see Taylor get hurt. Taylor considers this, but, steel in her voice, says that Jordan taught her to fight for the things she believes in. "And I know what I want to do." I think I know what she means by that, but I've read next week's episode description. These two have good scenes together.
Speaking of which, there's a knock at Eli's door, and I thought after the last scene that it would be Taylor, but it's actually a drunk Nate, which is a nice change-up.