Harvey goes right to Jessica and accuses her of "selling Ava out because of your personal issues with me." Jessica says she wasn't pissed until Harvey used Darby's name to get his way, and Harvey takes back what he just said: "You're not pissed at me, you're pissed at yourself for getting played." Jessica says she did what she did for the sake of the firm, but Harvey storms out, telling her she can't stand being number two. And he can say that, because he's so awesome at it.
He goes right to his office, where he blows off Donna, demands she get Darby on the phone, and asks where she was this morning. Abashed and thrown off-balance by his obvious bad mood, Donna says something about helping Stephen. Harvey angrily reminds her that she works for him and demands, "Since you haven't gotten Darby for me yet, what do you want?" Donna says it can wait. Yeah, this doesn't seem like the time.
When Mike returns to his cubicle in the bullpen -- which is still empty, so I guess they've begun to notice Nigel's absence since he screwed Louis -- he finds Katrina waiting there. She tells him she enjoyed working with him and that she advised Louis not to cut out Ava, though she wouldn't have tried to stop it. Mike recognizes Katrina's loyalty to Louis, which Katrina calls commitment. They say goodnight, and Rachel comes in just in time to watch her leave. Mike says that Katrina came to say she enjoyed working with him, and Rachel's a bit jealous.
Mike reminds Rachel that he trusted her with his deepest secret (two seasons in), which means that he, uh, ellipsis ellipsis ellipsis. Rachel knows what's coming, but says she doesn't want to hear it here. But all it took to get him to say it is Rachel not wanting him to, so he says he loves her. And he doesn't want to keep it a secret any more, either. Rachel laugh/cries that she loves him too, and also doesn't care who knows. And they go into a kiss that makes the camera spin, which in turn makes my tummy spin.
Darby comes storming into Jessica's office, accusing her of insubordination. "You could have just called," Jessica says, and points out that she didn't think Darby would lord his extra two percent over her quite so much. They argue about which of them did what to the other, Darby bringing up Hardman's embezzlement and Jessica accusing Darby of sticking her with a case that could have lost her a ton of money. She says she's in charge on this side of the ocean. "Because I allow it to be that way," he says. And there's the 51-49 again.