Harvey starts the day giving a witness' account to a cop because of the traffic accident involving Ray, his personal driver, and a cabbie named Tony. He sends Mike ahead to a licensing deal meeting they were both supposed to attend. Once there, Mike's small talk to stall the client doesn't help matters when she changes her mind and the $200 million deal must be redrawn. Now, Harvey's in a bad mood.
His irritability doesn't improve when he must waste his time as a witness in the civil suit stemming from the car accident he was involved in. When Harvey goes to Tony, the plaintiff/cabbie, and tells him to back off, Tony realizes that it was Harvey's personal driver who hit him and he now sees dollar signs. Could Harvey's mood get any worse? It does when he realizes that he has to rely on Louis for help.
Meanwhile, Mike bails his old friend Trevor out of jail. Trevor tells Mike that he's ready to go straight and lead a quality life. But will Mike get sucked into Trevor's old ways or has Trevor really turned the corner and taken control of his life?