At the firm, Jessica confronts Darby on why he cares so much about Harvey's client. He admits that her father was his first client. "I think he was a little bit more than that," Jessica says. "It was a different time," Darby says. Was it? Because he still seems to be acting pretty cagey about being gay. She warns him that Harvey could figure this out too, and could use it as leverage to leave. Darby says he doesn't think Harvey actually wants to leave. How reassuring for Jessica, I'm sure.
Near the elevators, Harvey is accosted by his old boss, Cameron the former District Attorney. He points out, quite correctly, that the mustache isn't really working. Yes, Gary Cole is smarmy enough without it. Anyway, Cameron tells Harvey that Richard recused himself and appointed a special prosecutor. "Lucky for me I've always been special." "No, you've always been a corrupt prick," Harvey says. Cameron accuses Harvey of having no loyalty, and asks him if he's going to let Jessica fight for him or run like he did from the D.A.'s office. Stepping onto the elevator, Harvey says neither, but thanks him for reminding him he doesn't run from a fight.
Jessica is back in Mike's office and he tells her he doesn't want to be there if he isn't good with Harvey. "That's between you and Harvey," she says pleasantly. Mike disagrees, saying Jessica put herself between them by blackmailing Mike. "Well, the word you're looking for is extortion," Jessica corrects, saying Mike made his own choices and shouldn't come crying to her. Mike produces a letter she wrote to the D.A. when she threatened to expose him. "Expose you? For what? I never wrote a letter like that, "Jessica says, clearly suspecting a recording device is somewhere in the room. Like Mike would do that. Mike assures her that he isn't recording her; he doesn't need to, because he's got the proof pulled from her hard drive. Wow, Benjamin turned out to be a great friend. She asks what he wants, which is this: to know if she'd have traded the car for her parents' marriage. She says she never had the chance, but Mike does, so he's giving the office back. "I didn't earn it, I don't want it, and if there's a chance it'll help Harvey forgive me, I'm going to take it." As he leaves, he adds, "And if you ever do send that letter, you're in the same boat as me." Jessica is left looking somehow both defeated and impressed at the same time. Oh, well, she was only ever going to be able to use that threat once anyway.