After credits and ads, Harvey does indeed come back to yell at Jessica over the confidentiality agreement and tell her that it means they'll have to settle. Jessica refuses, and asks Harvey what Hardman said to him. Harvey relays Hardman's prediction that she'd never put Harvey's name on the door. Jessica in turn informs Harvey that Hardman told her Harvey would come after her someday. "I let it go because I knew he was just trying to get into my head the same way he's trying to get into your head now." Harvey asks how she thinks her deposition will go when the agreement prevents her from telling her side, and all she says is that she's trusting Harvey to beat Hardman. Again.
Mike comes to Rachel in her office to ask for her help with something personal. She says she's working on something personal of her own, and shows him the Harvard application on her screen. She's stressing out about it, as she always does over matters academic, and Mike's no help with his usual loosey-goosey attitude. She insists that it has to be Harvard, because of course that's the only way she'll be able to come back to work at Pearson Hardman after law school. Rather than telling her that a lack of a Harvard degree wasn't such an obstacle for him, Mike offers her some help. She declines, and he leaves, having decided to do his thing on his own.
Louis intercepts Donna in the hallway and asks for her help getting on the Monica Eaton case. Sure, Hardman made Louis and Donna both look like idiots and they both want revenge, but Donna insists this is Harvey's fight. Louis admits that he never apologized to Harvey. Donna tells Louis not to sweat it, and that "success is the best revenge." "Bullshit," Louis says. "Revenge is the best revenge." I also find that tautologies are the best tautologies.
Mike catches up with Harvey leaving the building at "only 10:30," waving Hardman's non-compete. Harvey explains how that's a dead end that Hardman wants them to waste time scurrying down, so Mike reaches into his stack of papers for more on Monica Eaton. Harvey reminds Mike he's not even on this case, and Mike protests that it's a suit he wrote himself, so he's taking it personally. As opposed to every other case ever. Harvey says that's Hardman getting into Mike's head. "This isn't your fault, we did this together. Sorry, those papers can't help me and neither can you." With that, he rides off into the night.