Harvey and Dr. Agard have had quite a few fights and almost a few tears in this office, but today it looks like they're all smiles. If therapy is really going this well for them, then maybe we can expect to see a new and improved Harvey soon. Let's just hope this new camaraderie doesn't lead anywhere romantic. Doctor/patient dating never works out well!
Dr. Agard is back and looking happier than ever. Her sessions with Harvey hit quite the bump earlier this season, but can we assume from her happy expression that they're making progress? Let's hope so, since Harvey might need her testimonial if Louis ends up bringing assault and battery charges against him.
If Claire does in fact realize that Mike never went to law school after they broke up, then she could hold the key to bringing him – and Jessica and Harvey and Louis too – and his career crashing down. Will she go that far just to win her case?
If Mike can't convince Claire to keep quiet, maybe Rachel can? After all, she was duped by Mike's law school lies before, just like Claire was. The only difference is that Rachel has come to accept the good Mike can do with a degree, despite all the lies. Can Claire do the same?
Mike better do some fast thinking where Claire is concerned, since they didn't exactly part on the best of terms. If he can't convince her to give him a second chance and keep his secret, then that Junior Partner position might not be an issue for much longer.
Claire has heard the fake-lawyer song and dance before from Mike, so you can bet she'll be suspicious about how he ended up at a top tier law firm. The only question is, will she keep his secret despite their rocky past, or will she turn him (and everyone involved) into the board?
This week, Troian Bellisario reprises her role as Claire, Mike's ex from his pre-Harvey days. Back when Mike was still a bike messenger who smoked too much pot, he conned Claire into believing he was a law student just like her. Needless to say, things didn't end well.
However Daniel Hardman plans to come back on the scene, you can bet that Jessica Pearson will be ready for him. She fought tooth and nail to become managing partner, and she's not going to let him swoop back in without a fight. This might mean war, but it's about time we had another coup at P.S.L
The longer you go, the less the money matters. The food doesn't taste as good. The cars aren't fast enough. The view isn't high enough. And finally, you realize that you would trade it all in for one night of going to bed, where you don't have to worry, 'When are they going to come for me?'