Mike seems to have engineered an ambush meeting at the publisher's office between Myra and her old boss, where he says that Myra still wants her old boss to admit what she did. She refuses to do so, until Mike threatens to give her a polygraph test -- which her employment agreement allows him to force her to take as the company's counsel. Okay, this company's employment agreement is some bullshit. "I took it," she admits. As she makes her excuses, Mike points out, "She's threatened by you, Myra. Not a good choice of mentor." Mike gives Myra a pen, but she's still not signing without public credit. Myra's kind of turning out to be an asshole. So Mike busts out a few other books from the publishing company, all of which are similar to Myra's pitch. She asks if he's accusing her of the same thing and he downplays, "I'm saying there's nothing new under the sun." So he threatens to countersue unless she signs the deal. Which she does. And he tells her, "You want to be a writer? Then write. But don't ever threaten me or my firm again." Look who just got Harveyed after all.
Harvey and Mike meet back at the office and bring each other up to speed. "Welcome to Pearson Hardman," Harvey says. When it's Mike's turn, he says he's got the case settled. "[Did you] slam the plaintiff?" Harvey asks. Mike says he slammed everyone. "That's what I like to hear," Harvey says, his voice going suddenly echoey as he comes around the corner to find Daniel addressing the whole firm. He's saying he wants to come back, but has to come clean first. "Because if we are busy hiding what we have done, it leaves us vulnerable to anyone who discovers our secrets. And we become so consumed with keeping them that it is a slippery slope to doing even worse things." Sound familiar? With that said, Daniel confesses to everyone in the room that he "borrowed" from clients' escrow accounts and while he paid it all back, he wants all the employees to know the kind of man he was "and the kind of man I am." Over the applause, Harvey whispers to Mike, "Go home now. Don't come back." Mike slips out quickly and Jessica comes up and hisses at Harvey, "You and I are going to have a talk." Daniel comes up to them and says he understands why Jessica sicced Harvey on him, but he's not the same person, which he thinks he just proved. "I told my daughter everything. I hope we can figure out a way to work together." Tough to blackmail someone who's willing to confess everything, I suppose.