Jessica rings the front doorbell of a fancy mansion and is a bit surprised when Rachel answers the door. Rachel's surprised too, but after a moment of awkwardness, Rachel directs Jessica to the room where her dad is watching the game on the DVR. Jessica and Zane banter a bit, and Jessica warns Zane to ditch Hardman before it's too late, saying he doesn't know the kind of man he's in bed with. All Zane knows is that Hardman left the firm to take care of his sick wife and got forced out when he came back. Jessica says that's only part of the story, but of course she can't say more. "You signed a confidentiality agreement," Zane quickly realizes. He asks her how much it would cost her to violate it, guessing that it would be millions. "Fifteen," Jessica confirms. Rather than offering to cover it, Zane smugly says that he's clearly in bed with a man who's got Jessica by the balls. This is becoming a very crowded bed.
Harvey is also visiting a mansion, but this one belongs to some judge. He doesn't want to talk about the case, but Harvey's always ready with a veiled blackmail threat. Harvey explains about the confidentiality agreement, and asks how the judge would rule if there were a sealed hearing to throw it out. The judge says he can't punish the client for choosing the wrong attorney, which he seems to know with confidence is a case the attorney in question would make. Harvey realizes he isn't the judge's first visitor, and the judge confirms that Hardman came by two weeks ago. "Sorry, Harvey." Hardman must have blackmailed him better.
The next day, Hardman walks into the Pearson Hardman offices, past his name still on the wall. The receptionist at the front desk turns out to be Donna, apparently filling in at this post so she can call Hardman an asshole to his face. Which she does, before escorting him to the conference room. The one that turns out to be Hardman's old office. "It took a while to feng shui the evil out," she chirps pleasantly. Hardman tries to talk to her, only to get an abrupt bitch-slap as she spits, "You piece of shit." She offers to throw down right here, asking, "Are you gonna sue me? Because I don't think anybody here is gonna testify." Hardman says he never meant to hurt her. "You mean when you planted that memo and got me fired?" she asks. Hardman denies having done any such thing, "And any implication otherwise from within this firm is actionable." He adds that whoever planted it, if she'd just turned it in like she should have, she would have suffered nothing worse than a scolding. "And Harvey's career would have been over," she points out ."So it really is like that between the two of you," Hardman smarms, earning himself another slap. Hardman takes a step toward her, but she interrupts, "You can go now. Jessica's deposition is in the other conference room." She seems to have enjoyed that. In fact, aside from Hardman, I suspect everyone did.