After credits and ads, we come back to Harvey arguing with Keith about how this came to pass and threatening to walk out on him. Keith points out that Harvey owes him. Mike's interest is piqued, but for now he just asks what exactly was on the napkin. Keith says it was a deal for red beard -- whose name is Tommy -- to back his three million dollar bet in exchange for an extra half-million when Keith won. But obviously it didn't work out that way and since Keith lost the hand, Tommy gets the company. Harvey decides to go out in search of Tommy and the napkin and leaves Mike to babysit Keith.
Louis and Rachel exit the ballet gushing about it and then overhear some guy spouting off negative adjectives. Louis walks up behind him, calling him an asshole, but then recoils in horror when Michael Des Barres turns around. I share Louis's shock at how decrepit and white-haired the touring singer of Power Station has become, but it turns out Louis is mortified at having "profaned" at Sergei Baskoff, the ballet's director. It turns out Sergei was complaining about the ballet's rehearsal space, which is a death trap. Louis eagerly hands over his card, offering to represent the ballet in the tenant dispute and watches Sergei leave with his eyes full of man-crush.
Harvey walks up to Tommy and his lawyer at a restaurant, and puts down the napkin deal until they show it to him. Meanwhile, back at the suite Mike is explaining to Keith the three elements a valid contract needs: offer, acceptance and consideration. We cut back and forth between the two parties until Harvey points out the competence thing, meaning his client was drunk. Harvey offers Tommy the 3.5 million he owes and that'll be the end of it, but Tommy insists on keeping the $30 million company. "Well, when you show up to open the door with your napkin, it's not going to fit in the lock," Harvey quips. The offshoot of all of this is that they're going to court.