Scotty finds Donna in the file room. They have a minor throwdown about how Donna doesn't like her, and Donna cops to not liking people who lie to Harvey. Scotty asks Donna if she's in love with him. "I am so fricking tired of people asking me that, and it is none of your business," Donna says. "But no." There's a bit more sparring, and then Scotty admits, "I don't know how to get his attention unless I sue him." Donna realizes that Scotty's the one who's in love with Harvey, and advises her to do something to prove it. "The merger," Scotty realizes, and Donna confirms that yes, she's going to have to make a sacrifice. Just a coincidence that said sacrifice will benefit Donna professionally.
Scotty ends up meeting Mike on the street somewhere, which he's pretty suspicious about. "Baby Harvey," she calls him. Mike says that's a huge compliment. "I meant for him." That doesn't exactly disprove her point. She hands him a file, which he takes one look at and says it'll win the case for him and Harvey. Mike asks her why he's the one getting this, and she tells him a ling involved story about Harvey's mother and brother, the point of which is how Harvey refuses to accept anything from those he feels has wronged him. The point is also that this is the first any of us, including Mike, has heard about Harvey's having a brother. "You'd like him. He's like you," Scotty says. Mike realizes that this means he'll have to tell Harvey he found it himself. Scotty says he doesn't have to, but it'll make Harvey more likely to use it.
Mike returns to Harvey's office and shows him the document, saying it's only a start but he can finish it by tomorrow morning. Harvey's cool, until he remembers to ask where Mike got it. Mike says Harvey already knows. "The question is, are you going to let me use it?" Harvey tries to kick Mike out, saying that they can't trust Scotty, so this will bite them in the ass. Is it possible that Scotty is playing Harvey and Mike AND Donna? If so, she deserves the win anyway.