• A “closer” for one of New York City's most successful law firms decides to hire an aloof genius who has passed the bar but never went to law school as his associate.
  • Harvey discovers that the judge in his patent case has a personal vendetta against him, while Louis tries to blackmail Mike in order to get his help bringing in a valuable client.
  • Harvey asks Mike to find a loophole so that he can oust the incoming CEO of a motor company he represents, while Louis puts outrageous demands on Mike as he tries to make arrangements for the Rookie Dinner.
  • Harvey defends someone from Jessica's past. Meanwhile, Mike is assigned his first solo case and his secret is almost discovered.
  • Harvey is a witness for his driver in a civil suit, and has to rely on Louis for help. Mike bails his old friend Trevor out of jail.
  • Harvey and Mike try to prove that a woman accused of insider trading is innocent. Mike also tries to help Rachel study for the LSAT, but he soon finds out she is close to uncovering his secret.
  • Mike takes on Louis' protégé during a mock trial, but his conflict with Rachel could hurt his chances of winning. Elsewhere, Harvey works on a merger between two hotel chains, but his past with the opposing counsel complicates matters.
  • Harvey and Louis come to blows after Louis' reckless behavior threatens to cost the firm a case, while Mike is assigned to a businessman who is trying to get back money from his estranged daughter.
  • Harvey meets his match in a cocky opposing counsel in a class action lawsuit, and Mike unknowingly helps frame Rachel as a traitor to the firm.
  • Harvey must fire an accountant for falsifying his credentials, but Mike finds a more sinister motive for his termination and becomes concerned about his own employment. Meanwhile, Louis thinks he's found his future wife.
  • Harvey is threatened with disbarment if he doesn't testify against his old mentor in the DA's office. Meanwhile, Harvey wagers Mike's services in a bet with Louis, and Mike goes out on an awkward double date.
  • In the first-season finale, Harvey tries to free an innocent man but hits a wall when he goes to the district attorney (<a href=“/name/nm0564277/”>Chi McBride</a>), who seems more focused on preserving the system than seeking justice. Elsewhere, Trevor causes problems for Mike when he shows up on his doorstep.
  • When Jessica learns about Mike, she tells Harvey, thinking that he doesn't know, and tells him to fire him. But Harvey tries to stall hoping to find a way not to. And when Daniel Hardman, the Harman in Pearson Hardman decides to return to the firm and Jessica is not happy about that.
  • As Hardman makes it clear he's back to stay, Jessica tasks Harvey with helping shore up support for her within the firm - but Harvey's penchant for winning may create more enemies than friends. Mike confronts Rachel with the fact that he heard her message.
  • When Hardman comes in, he tries to ingratiate himself by asking Jessica to let him handle a case wherein they're trying to keep some nurses from going on strike by negotiating a contract. But Jessica says that she already gave it to Harvey which was a lie. And Hardman tries to horn in by getting Mike to give him some info. And Jessica tells Louis that Harvard is considering not allowing them to recruit because the firm's approval rating is low. So he brings in someone from Harvard to check them out but she tells Louis something that he doesn't like.
  • Travis Tanner returns and he is suing a client of Harvey's and Harvey claiming they deliberately withheld information and slandered someone. Harvey claims he did nothing but Tanner shows him a document which Harvey claims he never saw. So Harvey tries to sort it out by having Donna look for the document and talking to the client. But when the client hires another lawyer as a precaution, Harvey gets into an argument with him which ends with Harvey getting fired. Jessica doesn't want Hardman to know and Harvey agrees. Louis asks Harvey for Mike and initially refuses but…
  • Harvey balks when Jessica puts him in the passenger seat on a lawsuit that could make or break the firm, and his back seat driving may have far reaching consequences. Mike takes the lead on a case that pits a tennis phenom against his trainer who also happens to be the athlete's father.
  • Harvey's personal history with a client forces he and Mike to take on an unorthodox case from which they'd normally walk away. Louis and Rachel team up to save a mutually beloved institution from ruin. Jessica runs into an unexpected roadblock while defending the firm against a lawsuit.
  • As the fallout continues to reverberate from the pending lawsuit against Pearson Hardman, Harvey turns to a former colleague, with whom he has a thorny past, for help in proving the firm's case.
  • With the vote for managing partner approaching, Harvey decides to take off but before leaving he gives Mike an assignment. We then take a look at of how things were 5 years ago; Harvey is an associate and Hardman was still managing partner and Jessica learns that someone in the firm is stealing so she has Harvey find out who. Mike is struggling to make ends meet after getting kicked out of school and how he and Trevor first met Jenny and how her friend takes a special interest in Mike.
  • Harvey and Jessica get ready for the vote. They learn that the vote is split after Hardman got rid of one of Jessica's supporters and that Hardman made Lewis a Senior Partner and as a result is the deciding vote. Jessica wants Harvey to get him to vote for her. Harvey and Mike are working on a case wherein a reporter is being sued by a baseball player when he accuses the man of using steroids. The reporter claims the story is accurate because he has a source whom he will not reveal. And Mike's grandmother comes to the office.
  • Finally, the voting occurs and, seems Hardman wins by the vote of Louis. Hardman and Louis make Harvey's life hell and Mike goes wayward with death of his granny. Having a night-out with Mike, Harvey catches Louis in his office and the whole conspiracy game by Hardman comes out. Mike throws a trick and Hardman gets voted out of the firm. The unfolding of the conspiracy makes a really interesting climax…
  • Mike gets too emotional when Harvey asks him to negotiate a hit-and-run settlement, and Louis runs into trouble as he tries to hire his first associate.
  • The Firm is representing a woman who is suing the company she worked for, for sexual discrimination for not promoting her in favor of men. And the Firm representing the company is headed by Rachel's father. She then asks Mike to work on it. And Harvey decides to use her against her father which only infuriates him. And Katrina Bennett, the D.A. Harvey hired starts at the firm and Louis who is still irate that he wasn't allowed to hire the lawyer he wanted makes her life miserable.
  • Harvey joins forces with and old familiar face to take down Daniel Hardman, Mike and Katrina play a sneaky game of one-upsmanship, and Rachel gets some bad news about her Harvard application.
  • Harvey puts his name partnership on the line to prevent the merger from going through, Louis clashes his counterpart from the other firm, and Rachel puts Mike in a no-win situation by asking for a recommendation to Harvard.
  • Could Harvey & Mike be outsmarted by an international arbitration team from Paris? In France, the best time to win a fight is before it starts.
  • Harvey and Mike find themselves on opposite sides of a takeover battle that threatens to turn into a knockdown, drag-out fight - a fight complicated by Rachel's relationship with Mike. Meanwhile, Louis finds himself partnered with recent SEC defector Jeff Malone in defending Pearson Specter from disgraced DA Eric Woodall.
  • Logan Sanders orders Harvey to play dirty in his battle with Mike, and Mike's reputation and relationship with Rachel are not off limits. Meanwhile, Louis tries to bury the hatchet and make friends with Jeff Malone.
  • Mike crosses the line to gain leverage on Harvey and Louis, Jeff and Jessica take their fight to the SEC, and Rachel comes to Logan's assistance.
  • Things get uncomfortably close between Rachel and Logan Sanders. Also, Harvey and Mike agree to a temporary ceasefire, and Mike learns just how ruthless his new business partner really is.
  • Mike suddenly has leverage, and Harvey and Logan are ready to make a deal, until Louis finds a way to turn the tables on everyone. Meanwhile, Rachel's actions could add insult to injury for Mike.
  • Mike's problems are compounded when Rachel reveals her secret, Harvey looks for a way to get Mike back on his feet, and Jessica gives Louis a chance to choose a reward after his big win.
  • The firm is under attack when Sean Cahill stops at nothing to get the documents on the Gillis takeover, including the one Louis and Katrina tried to bury. Rachel tries to repair things with Mike.
  • The SEC investigation comes to a head as Sean Cahill begins a round of depositions - no one at Person Specter is safe, and no topic is off limits, as the inquisition unearths secrets both professional and personal.
  • In the aftermath of the SEC investigation, Jessica and Harvey are taking action to protect the firm. It is time for Louis to take care of his professional and personal matters.
  • Jessica tries to appease Louis; Zane calls in a favor with Harvey.
  • Things get back to normal as Harvey convinces Louis to drop his anger.
  • Harvey and Louis travel to see a client to whom they have deep ties; and Harvey takes advantage of the time to force Louis and Mike to confront their trust issues. In other events, in a flashback, the root of Harvey and Louis's competitive relationship is explained; and Mike learns the limits of his intelligence when it comes to the law.
  • When Mike takes a humanitarian case with the potential to jeopardize firm business, Harvey must decide how much to rein in his associate.
  • Harvey and Mike scramble to save the Liberty Rail case; D.A. Wolf comes after the firm; and Jessica and Malone try to adjust to their new circumstances.
  • Cahill needs help from Harvey in order to make his case against Woodall and Forstman; Rachel and Mike deal with their different relationships with Harvey; and Donna helps Louis with a crisis.
  • Pearson Specter Litt has scored a hard-fought victory, but the fight has left the firm shaken. Although she avoided jail time, Donna has left Harvey after more than a decade of working together. She is now working for his long-time rival Louis. And while Jessica readjusts to being single, Mike and Rachel are giddy after his marriage proposal.
  • Harvey searches for a replacement for Donna. Mike takes a case as a favor, which he must justify to Jessica while Rachel's father, Robert Zane, offers some unsolicited advice about Rachel's engagement to Mike. And Louis is embroiled in surprising money matters, while an up-and-coming partner, Jack, makes his presence known to Jessica, confronting her about whether Harvey's way of doing business is beneficial to the firm
  • Harvey brings some star power to his ongoing conflict with Jack Soloff a conflict that Louis and Donna can't seem to stay clear of. Mike brings in Robert Zane to co-counsel a case, pitting his instincts as a lawyer against his desire to stay in his future father-in-law's good graces. And while Jessica mediates between Mike and Zane, she tasks Rachel with an unusual assignment.
  • Louis's sister wants to get a divorce, without getting her brother involved. Harvey takes her case. Zane & Mike are having some major disagreements on their case.
  • Harvey's rival claims to be a changed man; Harvey's sessions with Dr. Agard continue; Jessica asks Louis to make things right between himself and Harvey.
  • Harvey's relationship with Dr. Agard gets personal, when she has to testify against one of his clients.
  • Mike teams up with Jack Soloff to co-counsel a case; Esther Litt returns to solve a problem; Donna and Harvey work on their friendship.
  • Jessica does damage control in the wake of Harvey punching Louis, just as Jack Soloff and Daniel Hardman are looking for weaknesses to exploit. Meanwhile, Donna counsels both Harvey and Louis on how to rectify their issues and Mike must find a way to turn down his recently announced promotion without raising any suspicion - while he and Rachael combat an opposing attorney who holds the key to uncovering his secret.
  • Rachel and her mother work on planning the wedding; Rachel worries that Mike's secret will be revealed; Daniel Hardman and Jack Soloff make their move; Harvey and Mike tangle with Hardman's backer; Louis looks for Jack's Achilles heel.
  • With their backs against the wall, Jessica and Louis make a last-ditch effort to rally the support of the partners, as Daniel Hardman and Jack Soloff attempt a takeover of the firm. Meanwhile, Mike and Harvey must each face down the demons of their past in order to make potentially life-altering decisions.
  • Harvey and Mike meet the consequences of their actions and are put on the defense. Robert Zane is furious and Rachel is Scared of what is next.
  • Mike and Louis must identify an anonymous tipster in order to diffuse a damning piece of evidence. Meanwhile, Gibbs is not just after Mike, she set her sights on Jessica and Harvey as well.
  • With time running out before Mike's case goes to trial, Harvey and Mike are at odds over their strategy, and just what lengths they'll go to in order to defeat Gibbs.
  • Harvey attends trial and wins it only to find out Trevor was the one who bailed him in.
  • Mike briefly gets lucky with a great witness. As the jury deliberates, questions about loyalty are raised. Mike and Harvey make some tough decisions, trying to protect each other.
  • Mike is about to sign the deal with Anita Gibbs. Is this the end of Pearson Specter Litt?
  • After signing a plea deal to spare his colleagues at Pearson Specter Litt, Mike will be confronted with the harsh realities of prison life as he starts his two-year sentence. Meanwhile, the once bustling Pearson Specter Litt offices are a ghost town – the partners have defected, leaving Harvey, Jessica , Louis, Donna and Rachel to pick up the pieces. But the firm’s troubles are far from over and they will have to deal with the fallout from Mike's crime before they can even begin to rebuild.
  • PSL faces a class action lawsuit from former clients; and Mike has problems with a fellow prisoner.
  • Mike tries to remain safe without breaking Danbury's unwritten rules; Jessica and Harvey try to land a whale; Louis searches for an office tenant; and Rachel faces a fellow student.
  • Mike may take a deal to reduce his sentence. Jessica and Louis have different ways of dealing with their new tenants. Rachel represents a death-row inmate.
  • Mike tries to gain Kevin's trust. Harvey enacts a risky plan. Jessica tries to mend the firm's reputation. Rachel hits a roadblock. Louis enlists Donna's help.
  • Louis woos Tara. Harvey defends Sutter from Cahill. Mike's past threatens to derail his mission. Rachel and Jessica seek evidence to re-open a case. 
  • Harvey, Louis and Donna search for a missing link to Sutter's inside trading. Mike takes measures to get Kevin on his side. Rachel and Jessica deliver bad news.
  • Harvey counters Cahill’s star witness, while Mike tries to deliver one of his own. Jessica and Rachel fight to delay Leonard’s imminent execution. And Louis adjusts to life as “the other man.”
  • In order to protect Mike, Harvey considers putting Gallo back on the streets; Jessica and Rachel get Bailey's case re-opened; Louis deals with anxiety over Tara.
  • Jessica and Rachel fight to save Leonard Bailey's life; and Harvey and Louis try to convince their oldest and most loyal client to stay in an attempt to keep other PSL clients from jumping ship.
  • Harvey, Louis and Donna plan for a future without Jessica; Mike adjusts to life as an ex-convict; Rachel considers her options.
  • Harvey tries to repair a broken relationship - leaving Louis, Donna and Rachel to manage PSL in his absence. Meanwhile, Mike gets a helping hand from an unexpected place.
  • Rachel receives a letter that creates an unexpected issue for Harvey and Louis. Mike's mentorship of Oliver and Marissa gets put to the test. And Donna gets a surprise from the IT department.
  • Harvey and Mike walk a fine line when they partner on a class action. Louis needs Rachel's help impressing a client during an annual presentation. Donna and Benjamin refine their product.
  • When Mike's class action hits a snag, it might cost him more than the case; Harvey, Louis and Rachel consider getting their hands dirty; and Donna and Benjamin seek an investor.
  • Mike needs Harvey and Rachel's help to overcome an impossible obstacle, or his dream of becoming a real lawyer is over. Donna's new venture hits a snag. Louis tries to patch things up with Tara.
  • Mike returns to Pearson Specter Litt as Harvey takes the reins. Louis manages the new class of associates, while Donna and Rachel find their places in the new world order.
  • Harvey butts heads with his partners over a bold move. Mike pursues a pro bono case with the legal clinic. Donna's actions raise tough questions at the firm.
  • Louis and Harvey wrangle with new firm dynamics. Mike's latest success brings him unexpected new business. Rachel's leadership is challenged by an insubordinate associate.
  • Harvey, Louis and Donna must get on the same page - and fast - when Bratton Gould comes after PSL for poaching an attorney. Mike and Rachel struggle to make time for their wedding plans.
  • Mike juggles his work obligations with his promise to help a family; Harvey asks for Louis's discretion in a sensitive matter; Donna vets a possible addition to the firm.
  • Mike deals with the blowback on his prison case; Harvey tries to tell Donna about his relationship with Paula; Louis' past behavior comes back to haunt him.
  • The summary for this episode is not yet available.
  • Harvey and Mike seek outside help; an unexpected encounter derails Louis' search for a new associate; Donna receives a proposition.
  • Mike proposes a power move to boost business; Harvey's past causes complications; Rachel's father wants to join forces; Louis mentors Brian.
  • After their power move gets countered, Mike and Harvey end up with their backs are against the wall. Rachel worries about her father's clouded judgment. Louis helps Alex.
  • Harvey and Louis fight to protect the future of the firm from its past; Alex worries Mike's instincts could risk a client relationship; Donna and Harvey delve into the aftermath of their kiss.
  • Harvey has to call in an old debt for the firm. Mike goes toe-to-toe with an unlikely opponent. Louis comes to terms with his new role.
  • Harvey is forced into a difficult decision when the impossible is asked of him. Mike and Rachel try to make time to discuss their future. Louis struggles with the rules of his relationship.
  • Mike's attempt to distract Harvey with a case backfires. Louis tries not to let emotion affect his judgment in a legal duel. Donna finds a way to prove her worth to the firm.
  • Harvey and Louis are blindsided by an attack against Specter Litt. Meanwhile, Mike can’t turn his back on the clinic when a class action suit overwhelms Nathan and Oliver.
  • Season Finale. It's all hands on deck as Louis, Donna and Alex defend the firm, while Harvey aids Jessica on a case; Mike and Rachel juggle their commitments to the firm, the clinic and each other.