At Smith and Devane, Tanner runs into Harvey outside and isn't happy to hear that Harvey just delivered the settlement directly to either Smith or Devane. Harvey admits that he's glad Tanner dug this up so the plaintiffs could get rightfully paid, but says it doesn't change the fact that Tanner doesn't have shit on him. In fact, Harvey says the memo could never hold up in court, "Because you wrote it." Tanner mildly denies having done any such thing and adds that Harvey has some issues of his own -- namely the former DA's habit of burying evidence during Harvey's tenure, which is exactly the same thing Tanner is accusing Harvey of doing now. "You know I didn't do this," Harvey says lamely, but Tanner says that he's still getting his pound of flesh.
Louis is in his office listening to the playback of Mike and Harvey talking about how Louis wants to be Harvey and looking pretty wounded. Hardman enters, impressed with Louis's buyout proposal for Durham Foods. Louis says it was Mike's idea, which is a bit surprising given his current mood. Hardman reads the room which after all is printed in 700-point type and asks if there's anything Louis wants to tell him. Uh-oh.