09x10 - One Last Con

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On the run from a drug deal gone bad, Mike Ross, a brilliant college-dropout, finds himself a job working with Harvey Specter, one of New York City's best lawyers.
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09x10 - One Last Con

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Previously on "Suits" Donna told me there's no one better to get rid of Faye than us.

What did you have in mind?

Why don't we skip the introductions and jump right to the suing.

Defend me and win, and I'll go.

But you cheat, I'll tell the Bar this firm should be dismantled permanently.

- Is this some kind of joke?

- No, it's not.

Harvey Specter and Louis Litt for the defense, Your Honor.

There is no way they would have known about that previous lawsuit - if you hadn't fed it to them.

- We didn't feed them anything!

- It was me.

- You don't do something like that - without running it by me.

- Don't you talk to me like that.

- I am a senior partner in this - I'm going against two of my closest friends, and I can't even talk to the one guy who could understand what the hell I'm going through, so I don't give a shit if you're a senior partner or not.

We had a plan.

Something changed.

I wanna know what it is.

- We can't talk about it.

- God damn it, Harvey.

When in the hell did you stop trusting me?

They didn't give Mike that testimony; I did.

I respect you owning up to your mistake, but I want you packed within the hour.

- What?

- You're fired.


What is it now, Faye?

You want me to sh**t my brother?

I'm calling to tell you Katrina came to me, and said that she was the one who gave them that information, not you.

- What did you do?

- It doesn't matter what I did.

What matters is that I was justified in f*ring Samantha.

You prove that tomorrow, I'll honor our original agreement, and you won't have to prove that Samantha fabricated that evidence.

- And if I can't?

- Then I'll be forced to put the only other person who knows what she did on the stand.



- You didn't have to wait up.

- No, I didn't.

But I thought after a night out with Mike, I might actually see you smile, but you're not smiling.

- No, I'm not.

- What happened?

I told Mike I'm calling him to the stand tomorrow.


Harvey, you can't do that to them.

Donna, if we don't win this thing tomorrow, Faye's putting me on the stand.

Well, then find another way that doesn't involve this.

This is the way, and I came around because I get that.

Now if you can't get it, too, I'm not going to debate you on this.

- I'm going to sleep.

- Harvey, look, if you say it's the only way I believe you.

It's just tonight was supposed to give you a break.

Not make things worse.

Donna, listen to me.

I know you called Mike because you knew I needed him.

And for a couple of hours, I wasn't thinking about the case or tomorrow or even how much I miss my mom.

You gave me what I needed, but it's time for me to win this thing.

You know I never told you how many times I thought about us being together over the years.

It was usually nights like tonight, when I didn't know if things were gonna turn out okay, but I knew it doesn't matter if it's Faye or Tanner or Hardman or Goliath, whoever it is no one stands a chance against Harvey Specter.

And that's the sexiest thing in the world.

- What are you saying?

- I'm saying that we should go in there and earn you the best night's sleep you ever had.

Your Honor, the defense calls Mike Ross to the stand.

Objection, my client has a right to attorney-client privilege.

And per Kern v.

California, I'm not going to ask about things since you've been her lawyer.

I'm gonna ask about what happened before.

Then there's nothing for me to testify to - and Kern doesn't apply.

- Are you kidding me?

You went against her on the very case - you say led to her dismissal.

- Is this true, Mr.


- Yes, Your Honor.

- Then swear him in.


Ross, isn't it true that Ms.

Wheeler wiped the floor with you - on the Brick Street Athletics case?

- She won, yes.

And what were your feelings after she wiped the floor with you?

- Objection, Your Honor.


- I'll rephrase.

What were your feelings after your client lost his precious little company that you were trying to help him start?

- I was upset.

- Upset?

Isn't it true that the night you lost that case, you accused me of fabricating evidence?

- I did, but I - And when I denied it, - what did you say exactly?

- Objection.

The witness can't be asked to recall the exact words of conversation that happened weeks ago.

He can if he has a perfect memory.

You do have a perfect memory, don't you, Mr.


Isn't that what you're always bragging about?

- Yes, but - No buts.

You said she fabricated evidence.

You said she bribed somebody.

You said she cheated your client out of his company.

Now, I may not have a perfect memory, but I sure as hell remember that.

Am I wrong?

I don't care what I said.

I had no proof that anyone fabricated anything, and neither did your client the night she fired mine.

Oh, she just knew it in her gut.

Exactly like you did the night you came screaming at me.

No further questions, Your Honor.

I said something else that night that you've clearly forgotten.

- Objection.

We didn't ask - I said that you've lost yourself, and as far as I'm concerned, that's still true.

And as far as the law is concerned, my opening statement is still true because it doesn't matter if Ms.

Wheeler crossed a line or not.

Faye Richardson had cause, and nothing you say is gonna change that.

See the money, wanna stay for your meal Get another piece of pie for your wife Everybody wanna know how it feel Everybody wanna see what it's like I'll even eat a bean pie, I don't mind Me and Missy is so busy, busy making money All right All step back, I'm 'bout to dance The greenback boogie Alex, what are you doing here?

I guess you've been living under a rock because I'm here to tell you we won.

Faye's gonna be gone, which means you can come back and so can Samantha.

That's great.

Katrina, why do you sound like I just told you you have cancer?

I'll tell you why, because Harvey treated me like shit.

I got fired, and then to top it all off, I haven't heard from a single one of you until this second.

I get it.

And none of that would've happened if we would told you the truth.

But that was a mistake, and if no one else has said it yet, I'm sorry.

Well, that makes one of you, Alex, and I appreciate it.

But right now, I'm not even sure I want to come back.


Thank you.

What the f*ck was that?

It was us doing what we had to.

Yeah, and that bullshit might work on everyone else, - but it doesn't work on me.

- Robert God damn it, Louis!

You were supposed to be on her side.

Listen to me, I know how this looks, but you are gonna have to trust us.

Well, that's getting pretty hard to do.

And after that little stunt with Mike, Samantha's only move is to drop this thing unless you can tell me What?

No, she can't do that.

Well, Louis, it sounds like you give a shit about what we do after all.

So fix this g*dd*mn thing or I'm gonna fix it myself.


Good, you're here.

So are you, but not for long because I did what you asked.

And if you think - you're gonna weasel out of this - I'm not weaseling out of anything.

But you haven't done what I asked, at least not yet.

- What are you talking about?

- Tomorrow morning, you're taking the stand against Samantha.

- What did you just say?

- I said you're taking the stand.

- Bullshit, I am!

- Harvey No, you said we didn't have to prove - she did anything.

- And I also said we needed to win.

- We did win.

- No, it looks like we're going to win.

But this is my integrity on the line, and I'm not leaving things to chance.

And if you try to walk away, I'll subpoena you, put you up as a hostile witness, and cross you myself.

You know what, I am hostile, but you're every bit as vindictive as I said you are.

And you pretend to be Robin Hood when you're really just a snake oil salesman.

Well, I'm not buying it.

So one way or another, you're taking the stand tomorrow, and you're telling the truth.


What are you doing here?

I'm here because it's time I told you the truth.

Is this, uh, something we're gonna need whiskey for?

Faye offered a deal.

Win and she leaves.

Refuse to help, and she goes after Samantha's license.

Then to hell with this case.

I'll call Samantha.

- We'll drop this thing right now.

- That's not an option.

- Never was.

- Because if Faye suspects us of t*nk it She won't just stay here.

She'll wipe us off the map.

And the cherry on top, - she's putting me on the stand tomorrow.

- What?

Harvey, Samantha told you the truth.

- You can't take the stand.

- I've been over it from every angle.

We can't stop it.

There's only one thing left for me to do.

Wait, please tell me that you are not planning on lying.

Mike, it's the only way.

I say I can't remember.

Faye'll call me before the Bar.

I'll just stick to my story.

And then she will convince them to take your license, and what the hell did we do this for?

You did it for me.

That's the end of it.

I just came here to tell you that I never stopped trusting you.


- We're not going down this way.

- Did you hear me?

I just told you I already looked at every possibility.

And what was the first thing you taught me to do when someone puts a g*n to your head?

There aren't 146 ways out of this.

Good, 'cause all we need is one.

And the answer to this is to take that g*n back, and point it at her g*dd*mn head.

And I'm telling you Faye isn't like anyone else.

We can't just blackmail her.

She won't fold.

Well, then we have to make her think that if she hands us in, they're gonna believe us, not her.

- Meaning?

- Harvey, you and I conned the world for years.

I think it's time for one last con.

All right, Robert, we have our drinks.

I'm here.

Now, what is it?

You know what it is.

You saw what happened today.

And if you're about to suggest I drop this thing I'm about to tell you I saw Louis, - and they're not gonna back down.

- Then bring on tomorrow, because all they have is hearsay.

And that doesn't mean you won't lose.

Samantha, you don't have any more cards to play.

And Mike said the exact same thing an hour after court.

Then listen to him, because that boy has never waved the white flag in his life.

Oh, yes, he has.

He was a fraud who went on trial knowing he was guilty, but he still fought tooth and nail until he lost faith in himself.

The second he did that, that's when he went to prison.

Well, this is not the same as that.

You're right because they had him d*ad to rights, - but they don't have us.

- Oh, they've got us, all right, and it's a lot worse than you think.

- What are you talking about?

- Harvey cut a deal with Faye.

They b*at us fair and square, she tells the Bar they don't need oversight anymore, and she leaves you alone.

But now she's coming after your license anyway.

Then all that's left for us to do is win.

That's not gonna happen.

She subpoenaed Harvey to testify tomorrow.


When why the hell did you just waltz in here like it's a Sunday afternoon?

Because what you're saying is win or lose, we're screwed.

No, we're not, Samantha.

She is.

'Cause Harvey taught me what to do when your back's up against the wall.

You break the g*dd*mn thing down.

And I'm guessing you have the keys to the bulldozer?

Yes, I do.

They called Harvey, I think it's time we called a witness of our own.

You've got to be kidding me.

Harvey sends you here to get me to save him when he hasn't even apologized to me.

Katrina, he sent me here because he felt like shit about how he treated you.

He wanted to come himself, and I insisted it be me.


Because you knew he wasn't really sorry?

Because this isn't just to help him.

- It's to help all of us.

- And it's one thing for me to bluff that I'm going to lie on the stand.

You're asking me to out and out participate in an extortion scheme.

No, I'm not.

- No one has to know you were in on it.

- She'll know - and I'll know, and I'm not doing it.

- Katrina Enough bullshit, Alex.

I'd still have a job if Harvey had shown me the respect to tell me about that deal.

So if you can't be straight with me about this, you can get the hell out.

All right.

No bullshit.

It's extortion.

And if you don't want to, we can try to find another way.

But Faye is the one who fired you, not Harvey.

You know in your heart he's sorry about what he did, and all I'm really asking you is to speak your g*dd*mn mind.

What if it doesn't work?

Then we all go down, because there is no way Faye ever believes all of us weren't a part of it.

What about Mike and Samantha?

Did you run this by them yet?

I have.

They're in.

Well, then I'm in, too, and I can get us the last person we need.

Not the last person, Louis.

You heard the plan.

There's one more, and Alex is making that happen.

But if this thing goes south, the firm is done.

So I'm putting this to a formal vote.

I already said I'm in.

As far as I'm concerned, this should've been done months ago.

- Then it's settled.

- One more thing.

We're all that's left of Pearson Hardman.

If this turns out to be the end, I want you both to know there's no one I'd rather have by my side than you.


- Gretchen, you alone?

- Not anymore.

- Louis, what are you doing here?

- I'm here because we have a plan to get Faye out of our lives once and for all, and we need your help, but it's not just risking your job this time.

It can constitute perjury which means Louis, I've been working in law firms since you were in diapers.

I know what it means, and whatever it is, I'm in.

- Are you sure?

- When I first came to work on your desk, I thought to myself, "I can't spend another second with this lunatic.

" Don't get me wrong, you're still a lunatic, but this all goes to shit, so be it 'cause I know whose team I'm on.

Then let's get the hell out of here - so I can take you out to dinner as colleagues.

- Louis, - you don't have to do that.

- Yeah, Gretchen, I do.

Because after tomorrow, we might not be colleagues anymore.

Alex take care of it?

He did.

- Harvey, what's going on?

- Nothing, it's just, a lot of people are putting themselves on the line for this.

The train is moving, but it hasn't left the station yet.

I don't understand.

Are you looking for me to stop you?

It's just I know you've always been my compass.

And I need to be sure that you're really on board.

Listen to me.

I know who I'm with, and I don't wanna change you.

I wanna be with you.

But if this is about everybody else and you're still not sure, then the train doesn't really leave the station until tomorrow.

Then there's one more thing.

I have an ace in the hole, but I don't wanna play it unless you're good with it too.

Katrina, you're not permitted to be here.

This won't take long, Faye.

I just wanted to let you know that if Harvey testifies tomorrow, so will I.

- Excuse me?

- I've been called as a witness for the plaintiff, and I plan to tell that jury exactly why I was fired.

- So what?

You were fired for cause.

- That's your story.

Mine is that you asked me to use my friendship with the other side, and when I refused, you got rid of me.

- That's a lie.

- It's also the third time you'll be accused of wrongful termination.

Only this time, it's a crime.

- Then go ahead.

Nobody will believe you.

- I think they will because they're going to ask me if on your second day here, you approached me to undercut Samantha.

Then they're going to ask if you came to Alex Williams to spy on Samantha.

And the last thing they're going to ask is if I'm so untrustworthy, then why did you specifically choose me to write the firm's code of conduct?

I thought you were better than the rest of them.

And you think you're better than everyone.

It's up to you, Faye.

But like I said, if Harvey testifies then so do I.

You put them up to this, didn't you?

Put who up to what?

All right, you wanna play that game.

Katrina Bennett marched into my office thr*at to make it look like I crossed a line to win this case if I go make you testify.

So don't tell me you didn't put her up to this.

Sounds to me like she did it because she can't stand you.

- Don't bullshit me, Harvey.

- I'm not bullshitting.

I didn't go see Katrina about anything.

You're parsing your words.

Someone did it and they did it for you.

Okay, Faye, you want a direct statement?

I had nothing to do with this.

Then prove it by quashing this testimony.

You want to run that by me again?

I called for a one-day continuance, and I want her off that witness list before you take the stand.

All right, you want me to do this?

Then you're gonna do something for me.

- Like what?

- What I should have had you do the second I entered into this nightmare.

You're going to put our entire agreement into writing because I'm not letting you move the goalposts another f*cking inch.

I haven't moved anything anywhere.

Now who's bullshitting, Faye?

Take it or leave it.


Type up the agreement.

I'll sign it tomorrow.


What was that?

Faye's moving faster than I thought.

What's going on here?

This was supposed to be between me and you.

No, Faye, this is between you and the firm.

And Harvey's not doing anything without all of us here to witness it.

So you're going to sign that agreement, and you're gonna pack your bags, and I never want to see you again.

I'm not packing anything until the jury returns a verdict.

So let's sign this thing and get it over with because you have some testimony to prepare.

Give it to her, Gretchen.

- Okay, everything looks in order.

- The hell it does.

Your lawyer tampered with my g*dd*mn witness.

Bullshit, I didn't tamper with anyone.

You gonna say you didn't anonymously send Katrina the criminal code for perjury to intimidate her?

God damn it, did you play dirty in my name?

- Because if you did, I - You won't do shit, Faye.

All I did was stop her from testifying like you asked.

You asked him to go to my witness?

Don't you dare try to twist this.

We're not twisting anything.

And when you call Harvey to the stand, I'll ask one question.

Did you tell him to shut down Katrina Bennett or not?

And then we'll ask if you convinced Katrina to perjure herself.

You f*cking coward.

She's got you so wrapped around her finger - The f*ck did you just say to me?

- Hey, back the hell off my lawyer.

I'm not backing off anything.

Least of all, this little piece of shit.


You lay another finger on anyone in my firm and you'll be up for as*ault charges.

And if you two don't get out of here inside five seconds, I'm telling the judge you came in here to get a mistrial.

You heard the woman.

Get the hell out.


You know what?

You people make me sick, and I can't wait to put you all behind me.

Well, then don't wait, Faye.

Get the hell out right now.

- Excuse me?

- He said you're done here.

Because that document you just put your name to?

Gretchen switched it on your ass during the fight.

And it's now an order for Harvey to witness tamper - by any means necessary.

- I get it.

- You think you set me up.

- No, Faye, we did set you up.

Because first you ordered Katrina to f*re Samantha, and then you ordered me to witness tamper.

Well, I don't care what you had me sign.

No one's gonna believe you didn't trick me.

Well, we think they will because Katrina came to see you last night and there's record of it in the lobby downstairs.

And after she did, you went to see Harvey, and there's a record of that too.

And when I refused contact with Katrina, you called Gretchen into your office and had her send the criminal code to intimidate her out of testifying.


This is bullshit.

It may be bullshit, but to a jury, it's gonna look like a hot fudge sundae.

Face it.

It's over.

You think you're going to bully me into something?

I don't care if it costs me everything.

- I will never back down!

I said never!

- Damn it, Faye!

Then you'll end up in prison.

And you wouldn't have done any of this if it weren't for him.

Because he is a blight.

- He's a g*dd*mn hero!

- Okay, stop.

Everybody, give me and Faye a minute alone.

- Harvey, what are you - It's okay, Louis.

I got it.

What are you gonna do now?

Break my kneecaps?

No, Faye.

I'm going to give you the thing you wanted since the day you got here, but not the way you wanted it.

What do you think is going on in there?

It's hard to say.

If I know Harvey, he's pulling out all the stops.

And that still doesn't mean he'll be able to convince her.

Louis, have a little faith.

- Has Harvey ever let us down before?

- No, not when it really mattered.

And I'm not about to start now.

Wait, does that mean That Faye's out?

It sure as hell does.

Holy shit.

The firm is ours again.

It is, Louis.

She's packing her shit as we speak.

Well, then my first order of business is bringing you back.

I second that.

If for no other reason than for finally giving Harvey what he's always had coming.

Speaking of which, - you're supposed to pull your punches.

- I did.

I can't help if you're as weak-jawed as Mike.

- Oh, taking shots at me now?

- It's what Harvey would do.

- She's right.

I would.

- I feel that.

Harvey, I've got to know.

What did you do to get Faye to go?

What do you mean what did I do?

I'm the best closer this city's ever seen.

- I closed.

- Seriously, Harvey, I've got to know.

And I hate to tell you this, Louis, but you never will.

- Harvey, come on.

- Okay, you really want to know?

I gave her Boardwalk and Park Place.

- Oh, God damn it.

- Harvey, leave him alone.

I want to say something.

Faye's gone because we all risked everything for each other.

It's what we've always done.

And we do it for one reason: we love each other.

And if that doesn't deserve drinks, I don't know what does.

- Amen to that.

- First round's on me.

I owe you all at least that much.

Come on.

Let's go.



Tell them to go on without me.

There's something I need to take care of.

Thanks for meeting with me, Stan.

I know it's late, but it's about my wedding.

Ah, I see.

What is it?

I've been wanting to ask you something and I've been afraid, but I'm not anymore.

Stan, I want you to officiate my wedding.

- First of all, Louis, I am touched.

- But?

This is the second time you've asked me to break the therapeutic relationship.

If I am to do this, it won't be like before.

I will no longer be your therapist.

I knew you were gonna say that.

Then why are you asking me, Louis?

Because you are not going to change my mind.

Stan, we were in the fight of our lives for the soul of our firm.

And the other night, Harvey lost it at Katrina.

Katrina, my protégé.

And instead of losing it back at him or freaking out and making it worse, I calmed him down.

You calmed Harvey down?

Stan, I'm not saying I won't need therapy again.

- Lord knows I will.

- That's for sure.

I'm saying I can find someone else because I'm ready to have you as a friend.

Then It would be my honor to perform your ceremony.

Thank you.

You know, when you think about it, as my friend, you can still sort of be my therapist.

Louis, let me be perfectly clear.

When I say friends, I mean friends as in, - "I need help moving my piano.

" - Whoa, back the f*ck up, Stan.

We just started being friends two seconds ago.

Find someone else to move your g*dd*mn piano.

Are you gonna ask me to pick you up at LaGuardia too?

Feed your cat?

Wash your back?

Louis, exactly what kind of friends do you have?

The best kind, and you're one of them.


See you at the wedding.

- Louis.

- Harvey!

Where have you been?

The only two people in the wedding party are you and Sheila's sister, and I haven't seen either one of you all day.

Louis, relax.

Everything's under control.

Wait a second.

- Are you wearing a morning coat?

- Of course I'm wearing a morning coat.

- Frankly, I'm disappointed you're not.

- You didn't tell me to.

Well, I thought it went without saying.

This is just a regular tux.

You might as well be wearing assless chaps!

Louis, you're not the Prince of England.

No, I'm just someone who regrets asking a complete slob to be his best man.

Well, if you really feel that way, I can step down right now.

Don't be ridiculous, you look fantastic.

Truth be told, I don't look nearly as good as you.

- You really mean that?

- Of course not.

You look like Mr.


God damn it, Harvey, I'm about to get married.

The last thing I need is for you to make me feel less than.

- Less than?

Less than what?

- It's an expression, assh*le.

You're gonna make me feel shitty about that too?

- You make it happen?

- Mission accomplished.

What are you talking about?

Sheila asked me to ask Harvey to get you to freak out about something.


Why would she do that?

Because if you're freaking out on Harvey, you're not freaking out about the fact that Sheila's sister is stuck on the L.



, and I'm gonna fill in.

Wait, so this was just to get me distracted?

That's what a best man does, Louis.

Today, I'm here for you.

Whatever you need.

I think I might cry.

Well, you better hold it together another five minutes because it's time we walk down that aisle.


Don't get any ideas about us doing this any time soon.


Now's not the time, Harvey.

What better time is there?

Sometimes you meet two people who were so perfectly made for each other, it is hard to envision one without the other.

Each one compliments the other, such that they are as important to each another as air and water are to life.

I have known Louis many years.

We have been through thick, thin, and everything in between.

I am proud to call him my friend.

And when I met Sheila, I knew she was the perfect fit for him.

Like Cinderella's glass slipper.

Damn it, Stan, I told you not to talk about that.

- Our sex life isn't up for - Louis, - it is a fairy tale.

No one knows about - Sorry.

Carry on.

As I was saying In this particular case, I would say there are no two people on this earth more made for each other than - Oh, God.

- Sheila, you're not supposed to say that until he's going to ask you to say I do.

- Louis, my water just broke.

- Holy shit.

Louis, stay calm.

Now's not the time to I've never been more calm in my life, Donna.

Stan, ask us if we do.

- Louis, do you take Sheila to be your wife?

- I do.


- I do.

- Stan.

I now pronounce you man and wife.

Harvey, Donna, give me the rings.

Sheila, let's get you to that ambulance.

You have an ambulance waiting?

Of course I do.

She's nine months pregnant.

I didn't want to leave anything to chance.

Louis, honey, - I'm so sorry I just ruined our wedding.

- Ruined it?

Sheila, we just got married and our baby is on the way.

This is the best day of my life.

- You really mean that?

- Of course I do!

Our anniversary and our child's birthday are gonna be on the same day.

And look our chariot awaits.

Thank you so much, Louis.

- I don't know what I'd do without you.

- I love you, Sheila.

Come on, let's go have the baby.

Oh, my God.

That was so embarrassing.

My water just broke in our ceremony.

Sheila, we have been over this.

It's wonderful.

What changed?

What changed is I'm in labor, and you're just sitting there doing nothing.

Well, we're in an ambulance.

What the f*ck can I do?

You can s*ab a fork in your eye and show me we're in this together!

I should have asked Stan to come on the ambulance with us.

Are you seriously telling me that I'm crazy right now?

Is that the intercom?

I think they need me in the front.

Oh, my God.

This was a huge mistake.

I think I might be having triplets.

Sheila, hey, hey, hey!

Look at me!

I'm right here.

I swear, 30 minutes tops we'll be in that delivery room.


- Breathe, breathe, breathe.

- Okay.

That was a bad one.

Any word?

What do you mean "word"?

You want me to call Louis while his wife is in labor?

I rather call anybody else about anything else.

- Harvey.

- No, Donna, he's right.

- It's a stupid question.

- It's not a stupid question.

We all just don't know what to do.

I mean, the only time I've been to a wedding that got cut short, you went to prison.


Come on, that is some A+ material right there.

- Is this thing on?

- Oh, it's not that.

It's just look at this.

Nobody's dancing.

Of course they're not dancing.

It's weird.

It's like they have nothing to celebrate.

What do you say we give them something to celebrate?


- What are you saying?

- I'm saying I love you.

And whether I knew it or not, I wanted to marry you from the second I met you.

Oh, my God!

Donna Roberta Paulsen, will you marry me right here, right now?

Harvey, of course I'll marry you, but right now our families aren't here - and I don't have a dress and - Wait, stop.

You look beautiful.

We can do it again for our families.

- But - If there's one thing I learned from my mom, it's that I wasted too much time.

First, not forgiving her.

And then not admitting how I feel about you.

Well, I don't want to waste another second.

Please, will you marry me tonight?

What about rings?

We don't have any rings.

You can find one for me, but I have one for you.

That's what was in the envelope.

What do you say?

I say yes, Harvey.


Everyone, I have an announcement to make.

As soon as we can write our vows, Donna and I are getting married.


I'd offer to officiate but I'm not licensed, and I just don't think we want to open up that can of worms again.


Jesus Christ, Louis, you said a half an hour tops.

- It's been 32 minutes!

- Damn it, Sheila, it's just two f*cking minutes.

Would you say that if your face were on f*re?

Sheila, listen to me.

This is just one more step on our road to being a family.

We overcome this, we overcome anything.

Okay, then you need to get to overcoming the paperwork because if I have to have another contraction before I get an epidural, one of us isn't going to make it, Louis, - and it isn't going to be me.

- Okay.

- Mr.


- Oh, thank God they called ahead.

My wife is in labor.

We need a room, we need it now.

I understand that.

Unfortunately, we don't have any rooms at the moment.

Wait, I'm sorry.

What do you mean you don't have any rooms?

We're having a baby.

It's not going to wait.

Sir, if you'll just calm down.

We will get you a room Calm down?

I'm supposed to be on a helicopter to the Hamptons tonight.

Do you know what the weather's like in the Hamptons right now?

Neither do I because I'm not there!





We need to admit your wife right now.

I know that.

That's what I'm trying to tell everyone.

I mean she needs to get to the O.



The O.



Is something wrong?

There are some complications.

Your wife and child are in danger.

Your wife's in a great deal of pain and she's in no condition to make a decision.

We need you to give consent to her going into surgery and we need it now.


I'll sign whatever you need.


Love is a terrifying thing.

It's not safe.

Because when you love someone, you have to face the fact that you could lose them.

Sometimes life throws an unexpected wrench in your way.

It might be that you're in jeopardy of losing your career, your freedom, or worst of all, you might even find out that a loved one has died.

These things make you realize how precious life is, how important every second we have on this earth is, and how important the people we care about are to us.

Donna I kept my feelings inside for so long because I was afraid.

But when I finally got good news, that's when I knew you were my everything.

I knew I could always count on you when the chips are down.

I just hadn't realized I couldn't do without you when they were up.

I'm a gambler.

I always have been and I always will be.

When you're with me, my chips are always up.

None of us know how much time we really have.

It could be a minute.

It could be an hour.

It could be 50 years.

But I know even if it's 100 years, I'll never have enough time with you.


From the day we are born, we look for love.

Because it is love that nourishes our soul.


And when we are lucky enough to find it, our lives are changed forever.



- Please tell me.

- I have great news.

Both mother and daughter are doing fine.

- Daughter?

- Yes, you have a beautiful baby girl.

Six pounds, eight ounces.


Thank you.

You make me laugh.

You make me cry.

You make me crazy.

But most of all, Harvey, you make me happy.

Without you, I'm empty.

I can never go back to the way I was before.

You've changed me.

And you've changed my life forever.

I love you, Harvey Specter.

I love you, Donna Paulsen.

Do you, Harvey Specter, take Donna Paulsen to be your lawfully wedded wife?

I do.

Do you, Donna Paulsen, take Harvey Specter to be your lawfully wedded husband?

I do.

Then I now pronounce you man and wife.

You may kiss the bride.



And to add to the good news, I just heard from Louis.

He's the proud father of a beautiful baby girl.


Harvey, I want to go see Louis.

And we will.

But right now, I want to dance with my wife.



Your wife's still in recovery, but would you like to hold your girl?

Of course.

There you go.

- Hi.



Welcome to the world.

I'm Dada.

And I know it was a bumpy start.

But if one thing is for sure, I'm always gonna love you.

Do you have a name?


Our daughter's name is Lucy.

Are you sure?

Do you wanna wait to double check with your wife?

No, it's what we both wanted.

I mean, there was a phase where we thought about Endora, - but we came to our senses.

- Endora?

We're big fans of "Bewitched.

" - But wasn't she the bad guy?

- She knew who she was.

I've been up all night.

Can we just drop it?

- Hi, Daddy.

- Hi.


Is that her?



- Can I hold her?

- Yes.

Donna, this is Lucy.

Hi, sweetheart.

Nice to meet you.



We are gonna have so much fun together.

Oh, are you hungry?

- It's time for me to take her back.

- Oh.

That's okay.

We'll have plenty of time to get to know her.

We will, Louis, but not exactly how you think.

Because we have some news too.

I know, you guys got married too.

I heard.


That's not all of it, Louis.

Donna and I talked it over, and - we're leaving the firm.

- What?

We're going to Seattle to work with Mike and Rachel.

- No, you can't do that.

- Louis Wait a second, Harvey.

Is this what you did to close Faye?

Because she's gone now.

She can't stop you from It is what he told Faye, Louis.

But it's what we want.

Both of us.

Bullshit, you've never wanted to play in the B leagues.

Louis, if there's one thing that Faye did for me, it's remind me of who I am.

I like crossing lines.

I like playing in the gray.

But what Mike showed me, I want to do it for the good guys for a change.


You said you'd always be there.

You said you'd never leave.

I meant we'd be there for as long as you needed us.

You don't need us anymore.

And no matter where we are, we'll always be your family.


We promise.

Well, well, well, look who's calling.

Guess where I'm sitting right now.

Back in your old office?

Back in Faye's old office.

Which just happens to be my old office.

Now that you mention it.

I guess it is.

I always you knew were out to get me.


It's called the long con, Robert.


Congratulations, Samantha.

- Use it well.

- I will, Robert.

I will.

Hey, shouldn't you be at the hospital?

Sheila's taking a nap.

It's a good thing you're sitting down because I have some news.

Is it about Harvey and Donna?

Because I already know.

- It is.

- It's a lot to lose.

I know.

Here's what I also know: if I were ever backed into a corner, there's no one I'd rather have by my side than you.

What are you saying?

I'm saying I need you to be my Harvey.

Well, I can't be your Harvey, Louis, but I can be your Samantha.

And I'm gonna start with putting two conditions on it.

Of course you are.

First, we put it in the bylaws that we don't change the name again for at least five years.

- And second?

- Before we do that, we make one final change.


Hey what are you doing?

Louis told me he did this with Jessica the night before Mike went to prison.

Looked out on everything they might be giving up.

This is where it all started for me and Louis.

Not to mention for Mike.

Are you sure you want to do this, Harvey?

Are you sure you want to go?

I am.

No turning back now.

Good, 'cause your new boss called.

He'll be here in an hour.

Wants to have a word.

Mike, what are you doing here?

I didn't think I'd see you till my first day.

Well, I'll tell you what I'm doing here.

You may be moving to Seattle, but you don't have a job yet.

I get it.

You want to interview me?

Well, I don't see another way around it.

Otherwise, - how am I gonna know what I'm getting?

- You want to know what you're getting?

You're getting a guy who doesn't like to hang out with people that aren't that bright.

You know, just to see how the other half lives.

All right, well, let me tell you something.

This isn't elementary school.

This is high pressure, long hours.

I need a grown g*dd*mn man.

Well, I see you've got a Barbri legal handbook there.

- Oh, this old thing?

- Go ahead.

Open it.

Any page.

Ask me anything.

You really want to keep going with this?

- No.

I won't know a thing.

- Well, did you at least bring - a briefcase full of weed?

- No, but I know a guy.

- Coffee cart.

- You got it.

- You're hired.


You wanna go see him for old times' sake?

There'll be plenty of time for that in Seattle.

Well, I'll see you there, Harvey.


- Yeah?

- You give me this chance, I promise you I will school those Harvard douches, and be the best lawyer you've ever seen.

Okay, fine, but you've got to lose the fat tie.

First impressions last.

You get stuck behind a fat tie, you're never gonna get out in front.


Louis, they said you wanted to see me.

What are you all doing here?

It wasn't just Louis that wanted to see you.

It was all of us.

And you're here because we need to ratify the new bylaws, and we need all the name partners to do it.

I don't understand.

You're making me name partner?

What's not to understand?

If it weren't for you, none of us would be here right now.

- I don't know what to say.

- Say yes because we just put the new name up, and I already agreed not to change it again for five years.

I got you new business cards It would be a really big pain in the ass.


Then yes!

And thank you.

It's an honor.

Good, because it's gonna take all three of us - to keep this douchebag in line.


Wait, hold on a second.

It's Sheila calling.

And I want a chance to respond to that assh*le.

Hi, sweetie.

- How are you?

- I'm good, Louis.

I just wanted to let you know that she's sleeping like the angel she is.

I'll be there as soon as I can.

We'll both be waiting for you.

I love you, Sheila.

I love you too.

It's time, Harvey.

- You ready to go?

- You go ahead without me.

They're packing up the place tomorrow, and I need a little more time before they do.

I understand.

See you at home.


You know I couldn't have done any of this without you.

Any of what?




- Whoa.

- You give me this, and I will become the best lawyer you have ever seen.

If you start behind the eight ball, you'll never get in front.

Some people love the taste of blood.

Better to find out who you are sooner than later.

Salieri, Mozart.

- Are you wearing braces?

- Let me guess.

You're Donna.

Oh, you have no idea how Donna I am.

Yeah, baby!

Butch and Sundance are back.

Anyone comes at you with any thr*at at all, you come to me.

You tell me!

You tell me everything!

I'm a fraud.

We're not just colleagues or even friends.

We're family.

To Pearson, Specter, Litt.

- [IMITATES g*n]

- Life is like this.

And I like this.
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