Harvey finds Mike hard at work over the mockup of Madison 25 and after letting out a juvenile snicker at Harvey's use of the phrase "got wind," Mike floats his new plan: there are six other buildings going up around Madison 25 and if it doesn't get built, they're all worthless... and they're into the same bank. Seems a little odd that that very bank would foreclose then, right?" Unless they have another agenda," Harvey muses. Mike's all ready with a document to show exactly what that is, which Harvey says they can take to the bank. "See, that's funny because we're actually going to a bank," Mike says, rolling his eyes behind Harvey's back at what gets passed off as banter on USA sometimes. I'm just rolling my eyes at the idea of any property on Manhattan -- let alone on Madison Avenue -- being declared worthless. I'd pay twice that.
Back at the bank, Harvey and Mike confront the same banker with a shareholder letter that alludes to the bank's search for a new HQ -- and how they figure the bank is planning to get the Madison 25 property cheap after they foreclose on it for that very purpose. As for the other clients surrounding that property who are going to get screwed by the bank's move, three of them just happen to be Pearson Hardman clients so all Harvey has to do is tell those three, and soon the others will be with PH as well. "And when we move their business elsewhere, they'll take roughly..." Harvey looks to Mike for the exact figure. "A shitload of money out of your bank," Mike helpfully completes. "Shitload?" Harvey asks. "Give or take," Mike admits. He's still a first-year, after all.
At some swanky bar, Louis is nervously talking to some guy about something he's never done before. After several minutes of sleazy double entendres, it turns out that the other guy is a headhunter. Louis, who is all about loyalty, is exploring his options. He makes a comment that shows he's still stinging from Jessica's referring to Louis's own future firm as "Litt, Nothing and Nobody," which was pretty mean now that he mentions it. The headhunter lays down his card, being as slimy as possible about the kind of offer he can get Louis. He might calm Louis's nerves a little if he weren't acting all "would you like to buy an O?" about it, though.