Harvey finds Mike at work in the archives and says he doesn't like telling Mike to do something he doesn't want to. So obviously it's somebody else who has stolen Harvey's skin and is pretending to be him. Or it would be, if this were that kind of show. Without looking up, Mike asks, "Why is it that I have to do everything that you tell me to, but you can ignore whatever Jessica tells you to do?" Rather than answering, Harvey tells him, "You have plenty of time to find the right girl, Mike." Sure, with the eighty-hour work week of being a first-year associate and living a lie. Mike retorts, "I'm sure you told yourself that at 25, and 30 and 35 and I'm sure you'll be telling yourself that when you're fifty." Harvey says, "You know I was right." "Doesn't make it any better," Mike says and leaves him standing there. I guess Mike was done working, then.
Heading to the elevator, Mike spots Rachel waiting for it. He stands behind the glass wall, watching unnoticed and waiting for her to get on before proceeding there himself. So I guess we can look forward to a whole season of that particular heady brand of awkwardness.
Harvey's next stop is Jessica's office. He wheels in the silver tea service that was hijacked to Daniel's office and tells her, "You're not alone in this." Jessica gives him a small smile, but just to test him she says, "Put it over there." Harvey obeys, mainly to show he can. But, judging by his put-upon expression, only just.
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