Mike gets a visit from his old buddy Trevor, who is again in need of aid; Harvey finds himself being forced to decide between closing a deal that will prove to be remarkably lucrative or help his trusted driver protect himself from a lawsuit

Harvey begins the day giving a witness’ account to a cop because of the traffic accident concerning Ray, his personal driver, and a cabbie called Tony. He sends Mike ahead to a licensing deal meeting with Joy McAfferty (the owner and CEO of Joyful Toy Company), they were both intend to be at. Once there, Mike’s small talk to postpone the client doesn’t help matters when she changes her mind, and the $200 million agreement must be redrawn. This is not some residential window tinting calgary job that meant nothing to the individual who arranged it. Now, Harvey’s in a bad mood. His irritability doesn’t change when he must misuse his time as a witness in the civil suit stemming from the car collision he was involved in. When Harvey goes to Tony, the plaintiff/cabbie, and orders him to back off,

“First of all, we weren’t at fault. Mr. Santana was the one who ran the red light and hit us. That basic fact notwithstanding, he has no case. It is a frivolous lawsuit with no foundation in the law and is completely lacking in merit. This is a matter for the insurance companies, not the courts.”
—Harvey Specter

Tony recognizes that it was Harvey’s private driver who hit him and he now perceives dollar signs. Could Harvey’s mood get any worse? It does when he understands that he has to rely on Louis for help.Meanwhile, Mike bails his old friend Trevor out of jail. Trevor informs Mike that he’s eager to go straight and lead a quality life. But will Mike get absorbed into Trevor’s old habits or has Trevor really turned the corner and taken hold of his life? We will see in the following episodes.