Time for yet another deposition. This time it's Harvey deposing Ava, with Tanner at her side. He starts by trying to get her to admit that she confessed to bribery to him when they first met. Apparently that's not covered by attorney-client privilege any more, now that she's suing him. Tanner points out that she's suing the firm of Pearson Darby Specter, which Jessica and Scottie point out doesn't exist anymore. Ava says she's after them for what they did to her, and Jessica reminds her that Harvey got her a minimal punishment for bribery, beat her murder rap, and stopped her from bribing more witnesses.
Speaking of which, Harvey asks her if she fired him for refusing to bribe witnesses, which we all know she did. Tanner tells her not to answer, but Harvey says she doesn't have to, because they have witnesses. After a moment, Harvey pauses the camera and stands up to talk to Ava off the record. He comes around the table, saying he doesn't want them coming after each other. He tells her he's sorry he didn't listen to her or believe her and that his history with Cameron blew back on her. "But I am not sorry that I did everything in my power to help you every chance we got. If you don't believe that, keep coming. But if you do, I'm asking you to put your anger where it belongs." That seems to get through to her, and Harvey asks Tanner if he's still got that quarter. All three women in the room look at Harvey all, "Oh, you scamp," but Tanner knows he's beaten.
Later, Harvey comes down to break the news to Mike that they won, but Mike's in rather a mood. He rants about the meaninglessness of it all, and "when some real connection comes along, some little piece of happiness--" he stops short, which is normally Harvey's cue to grow up and get his shit together. But this is apparently a softer Harvey we're getting this week, so he puts a fatherly hand on Mike's shoulder and says he's sorry. He's about to make his escape, but Mike asks, "Did she tell you what she did?" Harvey thinks he means Rachel, which tells Mike she didn't, and he tattles to Harvey that Jessica is basically forcing Rachel to go to Stanford. "She found out about you two," Harvey guesses. Mike says he doesn't want Rachel to go, but there's nothing he can do about it.
But maybe Rachel can. She pays a visit to Jessica herself, with the document, which she has yet to sign. She understands that Jessica's suddenly worried about Robert Zane's daughter, which reminded her of something he says: "Don't sign anything unless you can get something in return." And what Rachel wants is for Jessica to waive the Harvard rule for her after she finishes law school. Jessica says that's the longest-standing rule they have, and Rachel sticks to her guns, saying she's better than most of their associates before even going to law school. Jessica says that Rachel is her father's daughter. "But I don't want to work for him," Rachel says. "I want to work for you." Still?