Darby harkens back to the days of Downton Abbey, while waiting for a meeting with Harvey.
Harvey suggests a wager, in a last ditch attempt to prevent the merger.
Pearson Hardman's coffers are dangerously close to empty - does Jessica have a plan?
Daniel Hardman is back and he's up to his old tricks - with a lawsuit against Jessica.
Mike and Harvey take time out to slam dunk, but are interrupted by Jessica.
Louis turns ballbreaker and puts the pressure on Harold to perform.
Louis thinks he wears the trousers when interviewing, but has he met his match?
Mike and Harvey sneak into the office where it's time to bring out the big guns...
It's bonus time, but will there be one for rookie legal eagle Mike?
Louis reckons he's the man for the job, but Harvey has his doubts.
Jessica confronts Louis, but there is just one thing that has really got her dander up.
The boys dress to impress - even by their standards - and are rewarded for their efforts.
Harvey takes a morning jog through Central Park and has a meeting with a difference.
Mike gets into work early and teases Harvey over his precious vinyl collection.
Mike is asked to work with Rachel by Harvey, but is it too soon?
Mike has a theory about the buildings development but will Harvey listen?
Mike goes into a panic when he is asked to go for a meal by Jessica.
Mike is going to need all the help he can get and that means asking Rachel for a favour.
Mike is pressured into a double date with his supposed colleague.
Louis asks if he smells of sausage, as he thinks he's met his match.
Rachel and Mike engage in some playful flirting, when they talk tights.
Louis and Harvey must work together to get an embezzlement case on track.
Mike gets to the office late, not knowing it's the annual associate mock trial tournament.
Harvey tries to secure a deal with Becky, but she takes some convincing.
Mike is nearly rumbled when he reveals he doesn't know the words to the Harvard song.
The boys go head-to-head in a quiz about the famous Law School, Harvard.
The car's the star in this preview from the episode 3 from the slick legal drama Suits.
In the first ever episode Harvey protests at a call to find another Harvard graduate.
Mike discovers that being a hot-shot lawyer isn’t all fun and games.