Rachel: “I feel horrible. I’m a horrible person.”
Donna: “No you’re not, you are a great person who had a not so great moment.”
Rachel and Donna having one on one scenes together is always a good thing. They have a great friendship, and it is doesn't get showcased very often. Donna really is the only person that Rachel could turn to with her troubles. It’s really interesting to see how much this affects the case, and how much Donna knows that Harvey doesn't. Donna truly does know everything. If Rachel had not suggested that final requirement for the deal, so much pain would have been averted. Manipulation is not the answer, Rachel. Should Rachel come clean to Mike?
Okay, so what mistake did Jeff make? Louis claims he found something that makes the whole purchasing of the stock invalid. The thing is, the mistake is never revealed. There’s not a scene where Jeff learns what he did wrong. He seems like a pretty competent guy, so how did he manage to invalidate the entire sale? This is a big turning point in the storyline, but the writers gloss over it. Mistakes were made. The stock was never purchased by Pearson Specter. Did this bother anyone else?
Harvey and Louis’s relationship is ridiculously confusing. They are rivals one second, then the next they are buddies, then Harvey tells Louis to never get involved in his business again, and then they are buddies. It’s hard not to get whiplash. This roller coaster ride has been going on forever, but this past season, there seem to be many ups and downs within one episode. It’s a bit too much. Odds are, Harvey and Louis are going to be at each other’s throats in the next episode. Oh, and also Louis might be Cahill’s next target. Are you getting tired of the Harvey and Louis fight then make up routine?
Alright, the scenario that Mike gets fired from his job is unexpected. Mike quitting to go back and work for Harvey was one theory that popped up whenever Mike took his new job at the end of last season. Now, it’s unclear what is coming next. It’s doubtful that Sidwell will turn to Mike for help, and Mike working for Forstman would be weird. What does he even do again? The most drama filled option is for Mike to return to Pearson Specter, but with the SEC suspicious of colluding, would Jessica go for that?
What did you think of this episode? Did anyone else swoon a bit when Harvey said that Mike was his guy? The bromance is strong. Leave me your thoughts in a comment below.