At night, Donna goes into Harvey's office and takes him to task for the whole "People don't leave me" thing and the way Harvey reamed Mike out. She asks what happened with Zoe, and Harvey explains about the dying brother and the niece Zoe will be raising. Donna's sympathetic, but points out, "I don't think kicking the dog is going to help."
Mike's at a bar when Jimmy, the associate who framed Rachel for his own betrayal of the firm last season, shows up and wants to buy Mike a drink. He now appreciates Mike giving him an out at the time. He wonders what's bothering Mike, and Mike tells him about getting yelled at for showing up at 8:30. Jimmy assumes it was by Louis until Mike sets him straight. Jimmy tells him how happy he is at a different firm in town called Bratton Gould, with an office and everything, and is willing to put in a word for Mike. Who says he can't leave Harvey. "What's he done for you?" Jimmy scoffs, and Mike answers, "More than you know." Jimmy accepts that, but also lets slip that other associates from Pearson Hardman might be following him to the new firm.
Mike goes straight to Harvey's apartment and tells him he was offered a job, but wants to keep the one he already has. "Apology accepted," Harvey says grudgingly, letting him in. Mike tells Harvey what he heard: Bratton Gould is after their associates and clients. They both think Allison Holt -- the character played by Diane Neal in a previous episode, who apparently now works at Bratton Gould -- is behind it. After all, Daniel Hardman was the one who brought her in over the summer in the first place.