Down in the bullpen, Harold is trying to get Rachel to explain what's so great about ballet anyway. He's doing a few clumsy leaps of his own when Louis shows up behind him, only too happy to launch into a speech about the beauty and value of ballet before pirouetting into ripping Harold a new one. But Rachel's still impressed with the ballet-loving side of Louis, so she eagerly agrees to get him everything she has first thing in the morning.
Harvey goes to Jessica for an update on the judge, and she says there might be a slight problem. "What did you do?" Harvey accuses, which is a bit of a turnaround. Jessica admits that in law school she got the then-future judge drunk and she woke up in front of an entire classroom. "She might have been naked," Jessica adds. "Was." Harvey decides they're screwed. Jessica says that's what you do to uptight people, which is more than a little bit fucked up and Harvey wonders why she never did it to Louis then. "I did," she says, letting that sink in for a good, long, terrifying moment. And she let Louis think it was Harvey, because Harvey can be uptight too. Harvey admits he deserved it, because the time Louis's cat peed in his office? "That wasn't his cat." Once they stop laughing, Harvey asks what's next. "I'm going to get her off our case," Jessica says. Oh, she means literally right?
Late at night, Rachel finds Mike reviewing security footage on the conference room monitor. He's up to Keith's fifteenth drink, and after thus establishing Mike's and Harvey's concern for their clients she says she's doing some associate work with Louis. Mike's proud of her and she tries hard to pretend that she isn't proud of herself too.
Next morning, Mike has just finished playing back the footage for a judge (showing all sixteen of Keith's drinks) with Harvey, Tommy and Tommy's attorney present. It seems to be going fine, until the other lawyer points out that Harvey was totally sober when he offered to pay off Keith's debt. And since he made an offer, the judge says the contract is going to trial. Harvey looks at Mike like he's trying to figure out a way to blame him, but for once it's just not there.
Back at the firm, Mike and Harvey do some bantering before mowing on to the next step: for now, they're still in control of the company and they can drag it out forever until Tommy won't even get his stake back. Harvey tells Mike to look into Tommy and drag him in for a deposition.