On his way out, he passes Louis's office and sees him doing a few ballet steps in there. Louis thinks he's just in for more teasing, until Harvey holds up Louis's Dictaphone. While Harvey slowly but inexorably advances on him, Louis goes from "what's that" to "that's not yours" to "this is a violation of my privacy" (good one) to "I have a right to know what's going on at this firm" to "are you gonna tell Jessica?" By now, Harvey has Louis backed up against the window, and he hisses in Louis's face, "There's gonna come a day, Louis, when I need something from you. And when I do, you're gonna remember that I let this pass. Daniel Hardman is not the answer. You owe me." Harvey leaves Louis alone with his Dictaphone and, presumably, his wet pants.
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