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Yesterday's Gone 

Louis is prepared to use the smoking gun that proves once and for all that Mike did not attend Harvard, and Jessica clashes with her ex-husband's widow and lawyer when he dies and she is named executor of his will.

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Louis confronts Mike with the knowledge that he didn't go to Harvard. Mike then goes to Harvey and he tells Mike to lay low. Harvey goes to Jessica but she has other things on her mind; her ex-husband died and she's the trustee of his estate. And she learns that his wife wants to sell the company. Jessica lets her feelings for her cloud her judgment. Harvey asks her to step back and let him handle it. Mike tries to con Louis with an explanation but in the end he tells Mike that he will have to come clean with the professor whom he supposedly wronged. And Mike knows when he meets the man, it will blow the whole thing. So Harvey has to deal with it. Jessica decides to support her ex's wife but she adds something to the proposal which quashes the deal. Which in turn makes the attorney of her ex's wife file a suit that her ex was not of sound mind when he made Jessica trustee so that she could be removed. And Jessica knows he was not and will not lie that he was. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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13 March 2014 (USA)  »

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Professor Gerrard who calls Harvery "Not Humble" and he calls him back "Pompous", one of the major characters in the episode is played by Stephen Macht. Gabriel Macht's (Harvey Specter's) real life father. See more »

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When Donna gives Harvey the monogrammed cups, it says DJS for Dana J (her middle name isn't mentioned) Scott. The traditional order for monograms is first, last, middle initial, so it should have been DSJ. See more »

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Rachel Zane: I am trying so hard to be brave. But what if Louis ends up finding out everything about Mike? What if he ends up exposing him and he actually gets arrested? What if he actually - God.
Donna Paulsen: Rach, Mike found out that one of our partners ordered multiple murders. Harvey said he'd fix it. Two days later, that partner was in prison.
Rachel Zane: Stephen was a criminal. This is an academic. He hasn't done anything wrong.
Donna Paulsen: Well, what makes Harvey great at his job is he knows that everybody has done something wrong.
Rachel Zane: Even...
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Greenback Boogie
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Written by Curtis Mayfield
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the writers put on (yet another) clinic
30 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

There are two ways to consider this episode, which operates mainly with the core cast and pushes many emotional and feel-good buttons that the other episodes have generally avoided.

The first is simply to consider it a change of pace.

The second (and perhaps more accurate) is to consider that the writers were strutting their stuff, showing their mastery of their characters, and showing their skills.

It is astonishing to me that at the midpoint of season 3 they are still getting mileage out of a trope, a plot arc, that was developed back in the pilot.

Serious skills. Serious writing. Serious acting. Generally a joy for fans both old and new.


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