One other thought about Harvey and Jessica: From now on, where these two and their relationship are concerned, I hear the words of Frank Pentangeli: "Your father did business with Hyman Roth. Your father respected Hyman Roth. But your father never TRUSTED Hyman Roth."
The intrigue in this episode was interesting. The mud battle between Louis and Nigel was excellent. Wow, did they bring the Anna Espinosa in Jessica out (same actress). She was absolutely ruthless and has now drawn a big, bright line between herself and her "young apprentice"--Harvey. Round One to the boss, but she has now made Harvey a prospective enemy, and in a coming episode, I think it is a safe bet she will need him as an ally. That "efficiency list" will probably loom again at some point in Season 3. Or maybe the corpulent Darby will try to get Harvey in on a palace coup. In any case, I am betting the character of Harvey is plotting and will bide his time, waiting for his opportunity. Jessica's shortsighted alpha play will end up costing her in the long run. Didn't much like the last scene with Mike and Rachel. Dialogue was stilted, and the end was predictable (and not a little gratuitous, imo).
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