Zoe sends Harvey upstairs to kiss her niece good night, with a request to come back and kiss her afterwards. I'm thinking she might actually want to do more than kiss.
Mike has the paperwork for Liam, which is for community service and a fine. Liam is relieved, but feels like shit about it. Mike assures him that nobody blames him. Liam brings up Mike's earlier confession about smoking up, and confesses now that he himself was high at the time of the accident. Mike is totally upset that he never mentioned this before, and Liam gets worried, thinking it was a done deal. Mike says it is, and walks out, disgusted that his client was as high as he currently is. Keep an eye out for black-clad graffiti artists on the way home, Mike.
Next morning in Harvey's office, Mike tells Harvey that they have a problem -- this means he, Mike, misrepresented the situation. Harvey says Mike didn't, because he didn't know, because they didn't ask -- which is probably why Harvey didn't want Liam to answer the question about whether he'd been drinking in the first place. Harvey insists this changes nothing, because Liam's confession is covered under attorney-client privilege and Mike couldn't disclose it if he wanted to. Mike says that makes him no different from Nick Rinaldi, and Harvey says Mike already is, because he somehow found out about the way Mike highballed the Chung family. He insists that Mike needs to let it go, but from the way Mike storms out, I don't think Mike agrees.
Louis comes scampering out to find Maria waiting, and makes her a desperate panic-offer before she gets away. Donna comes up and meets her, and Louis mentions Mike Ross before leaving to get something. Maria mentions to Donna that she's never heard of Mike Ross, even though she was the secretary of her class at Harvard, in what was supposedly Mike's year. Thinking fast, Donna throws out some confusing explanations, but this clearly isn't going to hold up. Might be time for Pearson Hardman to switch to only hiring from Yale.
Mike is in the office of Nick Rinaldi, now a Grizzled Vet Who's Seen Too Much. Mike is making a mock confession to a DUI hit-and-run of his own, I guess to entrap Rinaldi. But the guy turns down the case, saying he doesn't do things like that. You know, unlike Mike and Harvey. Mike reminds him of what he did to him in 1992. Rinaldi has no memory of it -- he's not denying it, he just used to do stuff like that all the time. Mike isn't impressed, and like a true penitent, Nick doesn't really give a shit if Mike buys it or not, although he does remind him that he turned Mike's fake case down two minutes ago before he knew this was a setup. Rinaldi wants to know what Mike wants from him. Mike basically wants him to feel bad. Rinaldi does, but again, not for Mike's benefit. This is clearly not the way Mike thought this would go. "James and Nina Ross," Mike says, and warns Rinaldi to remember them if they ever meet again. I'm sure Rinaldi will get right on that.