Harvey and Jessica get ready for the vote. They learn that the vote is split after Hardman got rid of one of Jessica's supporters and that Hardman made Louis a Senior Partner and as a ... See full summary »

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Harvey and Jessica get ready for the vote. They learn that the vote is split after Hardman got rid of one of Jessica's supporters and that Hardman made Louis a Senior Partner and as a result is the deciding vote. Jessica wants Harvey to get him to vote for her. Harvey and Mike are working on a case wherein a reporter is being sued by a baseball player when he accuses the man of using steroids. The reporter claims the story is accurate because he has a source whom he will not reveal. And Mike's grandmother comes to the office. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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The couple who play Louis Litt's parents on Skype are Rick Hoffman's parents in real life, Gail and Charlie Hoffman. See more »

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Jessica Pearson: You got Hanson that job at Justice.
Daniel Hardman: A loss for us, but a gain for Justice, don't you think?
Jessica Pearson: And making Louis Litt senior partner behind my back. Is that all part of the new Daniel Hardman era of transparency?
Daniel Hardman: It was within my rights according to the bylaws you wrote.
Jessica Pearson: Ah, yes. And how much did buying his vote cost you?
Daniel Hardman: Cost me? It was earned years ago. And your failure to promote him is a perfect example of how your judgment harmed this firm.
Jessica Pearson: My judgment, and my discretion, are the only reasons ...
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Written by Leroy Green & Ron Kersey
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