Harvey shows up in his office, picks up the folder on his desk, and exchanges significant looks with Donna at hers. Meanwhile, Mike has a visitor to his apartment: Jessica. She makes with the small talk and finds Rachel's sweater, which allows a slick segue into her purpose for being here: "You told Robert Zane's daughter my business." Hey, lady, you hired Robert Zane's daughter in the first place. Mike assures Jessica that Rachel isn't going to tell anyone, and Jessica wants to make sure of that by handing Mike a document for Rachel to sign. "This puts her in jeopardy," Mike objects. Jessica says that he's the one who did that, which is a fair point. "And if I won't do it?" he asks. She says on her way out, "Then you won't be working for me anymore."
Louis is fielding a phone call from Sheila, who doesn't seem entirely enchanted that he drafted a legal document for their exclusivity thing. She tears it up into the phone and tells him the time for words is over, and it's time for deeds; namely, he needs to figure out where she'll be tomorrow night so he can come tell her in person. She hangs up without giving him a clue. Sounds to me like she still wants more words, though.
Harvey finds Tanner walking down the sidewalk and tells him that they've got proof that Stephen's affidavit is bullshit, so he's got nothing on Scottie now. Tanner's not done, though, telling Harvey, "I'm going to drag her ass through the mud left right and center, and when I'm done no firm will touch her with a ten-foot pole." Tanner admits that he doesn't fight fair, and offers Harvey a document with a settlement offer that he warns has a lot of zeroes. "You just need to decide whether you care more about money or your girlfriend." Is that going to be a hard decision?
That evening in Harvey's office, he tells Scottie that while the affidavit is now off the table, Tanner is going to keep coming at her unless they settle. She looks at the offer and shrugs, "You'll never sign this." Harvey says he actually would if it was up to him, but Jessica won't even consider it. Scottie doesn't buy his concern, saying he thinks she can't take it. "I can't take it!" Harvey says, his voice almost breaking. He begs her to let him try to convince Ava that her enemy is Darby, not himself, so Tanner will stop coming after her. Scottie finally agrees.
Mike shows up at Rachel's apartment, reeking of bad news. He tells her about Jessica's visit, and how Jessica is insisting that Rachel sign an affidavit saying that she knows Mike is a fraud. Rachel says that he's got leverage, but that only works to prevent Jessica from exposing him, not firing him. She sits down next to him on the bed and he apologizes to her for putting her in this position. "And the only way I can see out of it is for you to go to Stanford." Well, add that to the pros and cons list, then.