In Harvey's office, Donna is extravagantly offended at even the suggestion that she ever saw that damning CM memo before. Harvey says that if it was for real at the time, any one of two dozen people who worked on the case could have seen it. "I need to know that didn't happen or I need to know who to fire." "Give me an order," Donna snaps. Harvey tells her to go through all the original case files to make sure the memo wasn't there. As she leaves, Mike enters to beg mercy from Harvey, who says he not only has to honor his bet, but has to go talk to the CM's CEO -- a Mr. Kemp -- to try and straighten out his fraud case. And he isn't bringing Mike no matter how much he begs.
In the library, Harold bumbles around a corner to find Rachel posing seductively on a ladder. Or she might as well be, given the way Harold and the camera stare at her through a mutual film of drool. Apparently, Rachel doesn't have much to do this week other than look hot. Harold clumsily makes a conversational overture, accidentally impedes her reach for a volume and ends up promising to get her three staplers to replace her broken one. That didn't go well, but I bet he could still save the situation by finding her a red Swingline.
In a private jet hangar at the airport, Harvey meets with Kemp, played by Cold Case's John Finn. Harvey's not happy to see that CM's new general counsel, Matt Lasker, is joining them, especially when Lasker turns out to have found out about Harvey's rivalry with Tanner... from Tanner. In fact, they don't want Harvey to defend them again. Harvey takes it pretty personally, and gets rather heated until Kemp straight-up fires him. As his former clients walk to their plane, Harvey gets right on his phone and tells Mike they're going to have to take the risk of having Mike work with both him and Louis, tasking Mike with going through all the files. Isn't Donna already doing that? Harvey switches over to a call from Jessica and gives her the bad news and the good news. We already know the bad news, because we just saw Harvey get himself fired, but the good news is as follows: "Anything we find from here on out is no longer covered by attorney-client privilege." Harvey is certainly good at finding the good news.
Donna and Mike are furtively searching the archives in the file room, when a knock comes at the door. Donna figures the meek tap must be a woman and when Harold calls out that it's him, she says, "I was right." They can't be busted with all these files lying around, so Donna quickly gives them both JBF hair, then tells Harold to come in past the hand-lettered "DO NOT ENTER" sign on the door and not to bother them any more. Harold gets exactly the impression Donna wanted him to get and ducks out red-faced. "Yeah, he didn't notice the files," Donna says confidently as soon as he's gone. And Mike rushes off to a conference with Louis, pausing to thank Donna for what just didn't happen.