It looks like Harvey and Tommy will be playing down in the file room, with Mike as the dealer and Tommy's lawyer kibitzing. "This isn't Sunday afternoon bridge with your grandmother," Tommy taunts Harvey. "I don't see how that's an insult to a person," Mike observes before dealing the hand. Mike loves his Grammy, you'll remember. On the first hand, Tommy puts out a few chips, but Harvey says he doesn't have all night and goes all in. "Who's the grandma now?" "Better," Mike whispers. Harvey busts Tommy looking to his lawyer and says he looked into Tommy. Whereupon he unloads a big steaming brick of backstory in which Tommy always claims to be a self-made man, but his ex-wife says he has a chip on his shoulder, "because everything you ever got came from daddy." Which may not be true any more, but Tommy still hires experts to run his companies and fight his battles. Other daddies in other words. "Tonight it's you, me and that stack of chips. Let's play." There's a long pause, and Tommy comes up with a reason to puss out: "You think you can bait me into calling when you got me beat? You're gonna have to do better than that." He folds, with an attitude that might as well be saying, "Clearly I cannot choose the goblet in front of me!". Harvey agrees that he has Tommy beat, "But these shitty cards? They don't have anything to do with it." Harvey slides his giant pile of chips back to himself and Mike adds Tommy's paltry sum to it.
Cut to Harvey proudly telling Jessica that he cleaned Tommy out in twenty minutes. She's horrified, saying Harvey's out of control. "Donna's gone, you took Mike to a casino and two days later you're gambling with a client's thirty-million-dollar company." Harvey says what he did wasn't gambling, but Jessica says gambling and Harvey's actions do have something in common: "This," she says, holding a hand up at the level of her forehead. "You think I didn't remember your life is this [hand at waist level] and I like this [hand at forehead-level] speech?" Well, since Harvey gave that speech to Mike, there was a pretty good chance she wouldn't. Harvey says they were going to lose in court. "Then lose," Jessica insists. Harvey refuses, but Jessica says they're human and sometimes they lose. "Sometimes?" Harvey says, standing up. "I don't know about you, but I feel like that's all we've been doing lately. Hardman's back. Donna's gone. We're being sued. I mean, we're fighting for our goddamn lives here. I just had a huge win and I am not in the mood to hear why it might have turned out as a loss." He starts to stomp out, but she stops him saying he's right. "And I need to know that this bullshit is out of your system and that you can focus. Can you do that?" Harvey says he's focused. But of course it's in an argumentative tone that demonstrates he's learned nothing.