When Harvey returns to the firm late in the evening, Mike intercepts him with the news that Louis's parts are tingling. "I don't want to know what that means or how do you know that?" Mike explains Louis's suspicions and says he doesn't like lying to him. Harvey teases him about whether they're moving in together. When they get to Harvey's office, Louis is already lying in wait for them and wanting to know what's going on. Donna's been away from her post, he knows about the Jessica vs. Hardman thing even though he's not supposed to, etc. "I know I haven't always been... well-behaved," he says, an admission that makes Harvey actually look at him for the first time since he walked into the room. "But I can help you on this. You just gotta trust me." Harvey just tells him coldly to go away. Hurt, Louis does. Mike tells Harvey that was harsh, but Harvey maintains they can't trust Louis. "All he wants is to be you," Mike says. "Isn't that what everyone wants?" Harvey quips. The conversation is cut short by a terse call from Kemp telling Harvey to give the plaintiffs what they want and maintaining he never saw the memo. This outcome is a surprise to Mike, but Harvey says this way the guilty party pays and his fraud suit goes away. The subject of Donna's continued absence comes up again and Mike says she's still off looking for that document. Harvey suddenly realizes why she isn't going to find one. "I just remembered who we're dealing with," he says, getting up. About time, too. He walks out, oblivious to the blinking device hidden under a file folder on his credenza. Louis's beloved Dictaphone, no doubt.
Episode Report CardM. Giant: A- | 385 USERS: B+
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