With Rachel in the background, Mike finds a document in a file cabinet and is so excited he walks up and plants a smacker on a very confused Rachel's lips. And soon they're kissing more, for entirely different reasons. She's into it, but manages to shut him down, saying that his grandmother just died and people don't make smart choices in moments like this. 'Being smart hasn't made either of us very happy," he reminds her, but he leaves her alone. Maybe that's because neither of them is as smart as they think.
The next morning, Louis is waiting for Hardman when he steps off the elevator. He shows Hardman a document that we can't see, and gets both Hardman's authorization for whatever he's going to do, and his praise for how fast he accomplished... whatever he accomplished.
The next person Louis intercepts is Harvey, and now he's got a cup that he wants Harvey to pee in. Because apparently the thing he got Hardman to sign is a new policy allowing him to drug-test the senior partners, and of course Louis smelled the pot on Harvey last night. Harvey refuses to take the test, and Louis tries to fire him on the spot. But Harvey demands a hearing in front of the senior partners, per the bylaws. Good luck with that.
In Jessica's office, she's already not impressed when she learns Harvey would fail the drug test, but when she realizes that his and Mike's theory of Hardman's planting of the document came when they were high, she all but despairs. Harvey insists it doesn't matter, and now they can use Harvey's hearing to present their case against Hardman. Alas, Harvey still doesn't have any proof, other than Tanner's earlier half-confession that Harvey beat out of him, and which Tanner obviously isn't going to testify to. Harvey assures her that Mike's working another angle, and if this doesn't happen, he's gone anyway. Just then Donna rushes in and says Harvey's hearing starts in an hour. Wow, that was fast.
Coastal Motors' CEO goes to his car in the parking ramp (you'd think he'd learn by now to get picked up at the front entrance) to find Mike leaning against his car, telling him that a settlement based on fraudulent representation can be voided by the court. The CEO isn't interested, but Mike pushes that there were supposedly only two people aware of the problem with the killer car hood, those being Sarah Layton and the CEO himself, but Mike suspects a third: Daniel Hardman. And now Mike has an affidavit for the CEO to sign saying that Hardman advised him to bury the memo. He isn't buying, and he gets in his car and drives away, leaving Mike standing there.