When Jonathan Sidwell calls Mike to his office, the young investment banker assumes his boss has finally uncovered his back stabbing deal with Charles Forstman. But it's not betrayal Sidwell is interested in; it's collusion. Sean Cahill is continuing to rattle cages, and Sidwell is pissed, to put it mildly.
And he isn't the only one. When Cahill drags Logan Sanders in for questioning, Jessica decides enough is enough. She wants Harvey to make the Gillis headache go away for good, and that means getting Mike and Logan in a room together to discuss a buyout. But the task won't be easy, especially since Mike is now the one with leverage, and he sees the buyout going in his favor.
While Harvey tries to get Mike and Logan to the table, Jessica turns to Louis for an extra measure of protection should Cahill come sniffing around their books. Louis soon turns up a piece of information that could save the firm - and perhaps go a long way to getting him back in Harvey's good graces.
At the same time, Rachel tries to put a stop to whatever is happening between she and Logan. But you can't deny chemistry, and when a visit to Logan's condo ends with a kiss, Rachel's subsequent attempts to put more distance between herself and her former flame may have disastrous consequences for Mike.
Meanwhile, Louis revels in his chance to play hero, but when his good intentions run afoul of Harvey's plans yet again, his attempts to atone may put him in a compromising position.