At the stadium, Mike is trying to convince Marco to hold off, and when that doesn't work, he asks him some questions that force Marco to admit that his father isn't an unfit parent in most ways... until Marco hints at what happens when his dad loses his temper, like we saw earlier, but what happens when nobody's around. Yeah, this episode's a barrel of laughs.
In the conference room, Alison has Donna practicing in front of a tabletop video camera. Donna is putting up a brave, smart-assed face until Alison pauses the camera and advises her to be less sarcastic. Donna still isn't playing, so before restarting the camera, Alison gets all casual and starts making small talk to break the ice a bit, asking friendly questions like "where do you see yourself in five years?" While Donna's formulating a reply to that, though, Alison interrupts, "Because where I see you is in jail." So much for getting Donna's guard down. "Do you think I was born yesterday?" Alison snaps. "You know what Harvey did with that memo and you're going to tell me right now." Donna hotly -- and with a smidge too much confidence -- denies that Harvey did anything. Alison thinks she's sprung her little trap, but Donna gets up and walks out on what she says is a witch hunt. Which I guess she can do, what with this not being a real deposition or anything. Lucky for her. You'd think.
Alison goes to Jessica, who readily admits that Donna would have buried the memo if Harvey had asked her to, but he wouldn't have asked. Alison's not convinced, and wants Harvey to sign an affidavit, supposedly so she can file a motion to dismiss the case. "File the motion. Harvey will sign whatever I put in front of him," Jessica invites. Unless he doesn't.
In Louis's office, he's dressing down Harold for giving his cat half-and-half rather than milk, and snits off with the cat in its carrier while Rachel looks on. Harvey comes out into the hallway to make fun of Louis's cat carrier, but the conversation takes a turn when his ribbing leads to the news that he and Louis have the same dentist. It's a long, not particularly fascinating or relevant story, but I'd think Harvey should be relieved that his own dentist is qualified to take on a set of choppers like Louis's.