Rachel delivers some papers and some teasing to Mike's cubicle, and notices that he's checking real estate listings. Mike explains that he's hoping to move his Grammy to Manhattan, to have her closer as some small repayment for everything she's done for him. Rachel is beyond moved, even though Mike doesn't notice. Unfortunately, he sucks at online apartment hunting, so Rachel takes over his chair. Which is -- she realizes too late -- exactly what Mike wanted her to do.
Louis is Skyping with his completely unimpressed parents when Harvey comes in. "It is about time I meet your best frien--" Mama Litt blares until Louis shuts down the screen. Harvey presents Louis with the address of his tailor and a dinner invitation for that night. "Donna," Louis eye-rolls, realizing that Harvey's already gotten word of his secret promotion. People at this firm are quick on the uptake, aren't they? It keeps the plot moving along, at least. Louis eventually accepts the invitation, but he makes Harvey pay for it a bit. And enjoys doing so.
At dinner, Harvey is making Louis laugh with a story about Donna and a grapefruit. Louis is enjoying their new friendship, so Harvey takes that as his segue to show Louis something -- "as a friend." It's the same financial records he showed Louis last week -- or rather, five years ago -- and now he tells Louis he was helping prove Hardman was not only embezzling back then, but trying to pin it on Louis. "A schmuck, I believe, was the term you used at the time." Actually he said "smuck," but whatever. Louis sarcastically wonders why he's just finding out about this now. "I didn't see the need for you to be hurt," Harvey claims, which even he can't possibly believe. He says Hardman used Louis at the time and is using him again. Louis points out Harvey's doing the same thing, and angrily demands, "If I do vote for Daniel, what is Jessica going to do about it?" Then he throws down his napkin and leaves the restaurant. If there were no napkins, we'd have to invent them to throw down.