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Mike takes on a whistleblower case at professor Gerard's request, and Jeff uses the office receptionists to get under Louis' skin.


Patrick J. Adams


Aaron Korsh (created by), Justin Peacock | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview:
Gabriel Macht ... Harvey Specter
Patrick J. Adams ... Mike Ross
Rick Hoffman ... Louis Litt
Meghan Markle ... Rachel Zane
Sarah Rafferty ... Donna Paulsen
Gina Torres ... Jessica Pearson
D.B. Woodside ... Jeff Malone
Michael Harney ... Joe Henderson
Gary Hudson ... Richard McIntyre
Tricia Helfer ... Evan Smith
Stephen Macht ... Henry Gerard
Marsha Regis ... Danielle
Amanda Schik Amanda Schik ... Elise (as Amanda Chung)


Mike takes on a whistleblower case at professor Gerard's request, and Jeff uses the office receptionists to get under Louis' skin.

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Comedy | Drama


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Release Date:

18 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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D.B. Woodside and Tricia Helfer also appear in Lucifer (2015) together. See more »


When Jeff Malone outlines his romantic itinerary to Jessica for their Paris trips, he says they'll "end up in the Loire Valley where we'll sip wine along the Seine." Actually, they'd be sipping wine along the Loire (the river for which the valley is named). Even taking into account that this is Jeff's first trip to France, he told Jessica he'd researched it thoroughly, so he should have known the Seine isn't in the Loire Valley. See more »


Donna Paulsen: Wait a second, you're not gonna try to cut Mike's legs out from under him before he even gets started?
Harvey Specter: What's the point? He'd just bother me until I agreed not to anyway.
[Donna stares at him]
Harvey Specter: I can't believe it. You have no idea what to say. What's the date today? I want to write this down.
Donna Paulsen: You know what? It's the seventh of kiss my ass, and tomorrow is the eighth of set your own goddamn meetings.
Harvey Specter: Is that the Mayan calendar?
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References The Black Stallion (1979) See more »


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okay, but a bit too much
19 February 2015 | by lars_wagnerSee all my reviews

This was an okay episode, but it was a bit too much on the drama. Except for the part Louis was furious about the secretary, which was hilarious. For the rest, I don't know.. The characters didn't really seem themselves, especially Harvey (too noble, too easily fooled) and Donna (too nice). Furthermore, there was too much hanging in the air that you knew things were coming. Most episodes left me surprised because how the hell could things end up good or still go to hell after all that happened? The way this one ends, well see it for yourself, I think you will agree both twists were a little too predictable. Sorry Patrick, I liked Gabriel's debut better.

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