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Louis: I invited Henry Gerard here to give a lecture this Friday. [...] And do you also remember what you got in his class?
Mike: It's pretty hard to forget an A+.
Louis: Yeah, it's pretty hard to forget a grade that never happened. No one gets an A+ in Gerard's class. [...] You never got an A+, because you never took his class.
Mike: It's a required class, Louis. Of course I took it.
Louis: Not if you never went to Harvard.
Mike: Louis, that is insane. I have a transcript from Harvard. I have a degree from Harvard. That's because I–
Louis: Wait, let me guess. 'Cause you went to Harvard? See, Mike, here's the situation. I don't believe you. [...] It's over, Mike. I'm on to you. And I'm gonna expose you for the lying piece of filth that you are.

Louis Litt and Mike Ross

Yesterday's Gone is the twelfth episode of the third season of Suits, and the 40th overall. It firat aired on March 6, 2014.

Overview

Both Mike and Jessica lean on Harvey for support when things from their respective pasts throw them off their game.

Plot

To be added.

Cast

Main Cast

Guest Cast

  • Sharon Leal as Lisa Parker
  • Stephen Macht as Prof. Henry Gerard
  • Shawn Campbell as Tim
  • Douglas Hughes as Judge
  • Kelvin Wheeler as Bailiff

Major/Highlighted Events

  • Quentin Sainz, Jessica's ex-husband, succumbs to his ALS and passes away, with Jessica and Harvey being named co-executors of his will. Tim, the Sainz Pharmaceutical in-house counsel, attempts to get Jessica removed as executor so that he may sell the company to their competitor for pure profit, whereas Quentin's widow Lisa Parker wants to keep Quentin's drug alive. Jessica and Lisa put aside their differences for Quentin's sake and manage to prevent the sale.
  • Louis confronts Mike for not having attended Harvard Law School, threatening to expose him. Mike attempts to resolve the conflict by telling Louis that he did attend Harvard but that the reason he got an A+ in Prof. Henry Gerard's class was because he falsified his grade. After a talk with Rachel, Louis forgives Mike but informs him that he must still apologize personally to Gerard, who is giving a guest lecture at Pearson Specter.
    • Harvey convinces Louis to not have Mike confess to Gerard, since Gerard, as a stodgy principle of ethics, would not let the situation go, thus ruining Mike's legal career. When Mike approaches Louis and Gerard to confess and then resign, Louis covers for Mike.

Cultural References

  • Harvey remarks that he is not Superman.

Trivia

Gallery

Mike Ross Gallery Icon

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