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** Then becomes a CrowningMomentOfFunny when we find out Louis was [[ChekhovsGun recording the entire conversation on his dictaphone]], so he can replay Harvey's "you're the man" quote whenever he desires (and he does).

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** Then becomes a CrowningMomentOfFunny SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} when we find out Louis was [[ChekhovsGun recording the entire conversation on his dictaphone]], so he can replay Harvey's "you're the man" quote whenever he desires (and he does).

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*** Donna notes that she hasn't seen Harvey wear lavender since his brother was in hospital- which means that [[spoiler: Jessica finding out about Mike's lack of credentials]] is ''at least'' as stressful for him as his brother being in hospital, or his mother being back in his life.


** Then becomes a CrowningMomentOfFunny when we find out Louis was [[ChekhovsGun recording the entire conversation on his dictaphone]], so he can reply Harvey's "you're the man" quote whenever he desires (and he does).

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** Then becomes a CrowningMomentOfFunny when we find out Louis was [[ChekhovsGun recording the entire conversation on his dictaphone]], so he can reply replay Harvey's "you're the man" quote whenever he desires (and he does).

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* Donna tells Benjamin he should just take "The Donna" on his own as she's not enough to help. Benjamin fires back that they're partners and he'd rather throw his machine into the ocean than go without her.


* When Mike goes before the character and fitness committee, ''Jessica'' comes back to New York to speak on his behalf. When Harvey thanks her for coming, her only response was that she wouldn't miss it.

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* When Mike goes before the character and fitness committee, ''Jessica'' comes back to New York to speak on his behalf. When Harvey thanks her for coming, her only response was that she wouldn't miss it.it.
** The way that all the main characters came through for Mike and sacrificed for him in his time of need; also when they rejoiced and celebrated when he got let on the bar. Even though they have had bitter conflicts with each other in the past, they seem to be FireForgedFriends.


* While Harvey's attempts to say he doesn't care have rung hollow since Season 2, it's still heartwarming and somewhat startling to see just how genuinely frazzled and emotional he is when [[spoiler:Mike is in prison.]] There's even a point where, in a conversation with Donna on the subject, he's near tears with guilt about it, and he goes to great lengths, including [[spoiler:briefly busting Mike out of prison]] to make various plans and deals work. Finally, despite the fact that doing so is incredibly dangerous to the point of being absurd, [[spoiler:he offers Mike a job as a legal consultant at Pearson-Specter-Litt after Mike gets out.]]

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* While Harvey's attempts to say he doesn't care have rung hollow since Season 2, it's still heartwarming and somewhat startling to see just how genuinely frazzled and emotional he is when [[spoiler:Mike is in prison.]] There's even a point where, in a conversation with Donna on the subject, he's near tears with guilt about it, and he goes to great lengths, including [[spoiler:briefly busting Mike out of prison]] to make various plans and deals work. Finally, despite the fact that doing so is incredibly dangerous to the point of being absurd, [[spoiler:he offers Mike a job as a legal consultant at Pearson-Specter-Litt after Mike gets out.]]]]
* When Mike goes before the character and fitness committee, ''Jessica'' comes back to New York to speak on his behalf. When Harvey thanks her for coming, her only response was that she wouldn't miss it.


* While Harvey's attempts to say he doesn't care have rung hollow since Season 2, it's still heartwarming and somewhat startling to see just how genuinely frazzled and emotional he is when [[spoiler:Mike is in prison.]] There's even a point where, in a conversation with Donna on the subject, he's near tears with guilt about it, and he goes to great lengths, including [[spoiler:briefly busting Mike out of prison]] to make various plans and deals work. Finally, despite the fact that doing so is incredibly dangerous to the point of being absurd, [[spoiler:he offers Mike a job as a legal consultant at Pearson-Specter after Mike gets out.]]

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* While Harvey's attempts to say he doesn't care have rung hollow since Season 2, it's still heartwarming and somewhat startling to see just how genuinely frazzled and emotional he is when [[spoiler:Mike is in prison.]] There's even a point where, in a conversation with Donna on the subject, he's near tears with guilt about it, and he goes to great lengths, including [[spoiler:briefly busting Mike out of prison]] to make various plans and deals work. Finally, despite the fact that doing so is incredibly dangerous to the point of being absurd, [[spoiler:he offers Mike a job as a legal consultant at Pearson-Specter Pearson-Specter-Litt after Mike gets out.]]


** And from the same episode, [[spoiler:Louis offering to teach Mike to drive on the way back to New York.]]

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** And from the same episode, [[spoiler:Louis offering to teach Mike to drive on the way back to New York.]]
* While Harvey's attempts to say he doesn't care have rung hollow since Season 2, it's still heartwarming and somewhat startling to see just how genuinely frazzled and emotional he is when [[spoiler:Mike is in prison.]] There's even a point where, in a conversation with Donna on the subject, he's near tears with guilt about it, and he goes to great lengths, including [[spoiler:briefly busting Mike out of prison]] to make various plans and deals work. Finally, despite the fact that doing so is incredibly dangerous to the point of being absurd, [[spoiler:he offers Mike a job as a legal consultant at Pearson-Specter after Mike gets out.
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** And from the same episode, Louis [[spoiler: offering to teach Mike to drive on the way back to New York.]]

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** And from the same episode, Louis [[spoiler: [[spoiler:Louis offering to teach Mike to drive on the way back to New York.]]


* Louis:[[spoiler: "You're not a fraud, Mike. You just never went to law school."]]

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* Louis:[[spoiler: "You're not a fraud, Mike. You just never went to law school."]]"]]
**And from the same episode, Louis [[spoiler: offering to teach Mike to drive on the way back to New York.]]


* It's subtle but both Jessica and Robert Zane makes references to Mike's plan to one day marry Rachel, goes to show how people view their relationship.

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* It's subtle but both Jessica and Robert Zane makes references to Mike's plan to one day marry Rachel, goes to show how people view their relationship.relationship.
* Louis:[[spoiler: "You're not a fraud, Mike. You just never went to law school."]]


* Katrina shows her loyalty to Louis by helping him [[spoiler: steal a client]] after [[spoiler: he was fired]] even though she knew that it was going to get her fired and cost her everything she worked for since joining the firm.

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* Katrina shows her loyalty to Louis by helping him [[spoiler: steal a client]] after [[spoiler: he was fired]] even though she knew that it was going to get her fired and cost her everything she worked for since joining the firm.firm.
* It's subtle but both Jessica and Robert Zane makes references to Mike's plan to one day marry Rachel, goes to show how people view their relationship.


* Louis hugs Harvey when he comes back to work [[spoiler: after a heart-attack]] and asks Harvey to be his [[spoiler: best man.]]

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* Louis hugs Harvey when he comes back to work [[spoiler: after a heart-attack]] and asks Harvey to be his [[spoiler: best man.]]]]
* Katrina shows her loyalty to Louis by helping him [[spoiler: steal a client]] after [[spoiler: he was fired]] even though she knew that it was going to get her fired and cost her everything she worked for since joining the firm.


* Louis [[spoiler: proposing to Sheila.]]

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* Louis [[spoiler: proposing to Sheila.]]]]
* Louis hugs Harvey when he comes back to work [[spoiler: after a heart-attack]] and asks Harvey to be his [[spoiler: best man.]]


* Louis swallows his pride and goes to Harvey for the greater good. Harvey is so impressed that he admits that genuinely respects Louis and considers himself an excellent attorney. There's even banter. Louis is ''this'' close to crying.

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* Louis swallows his pride and goes to Harvey for the greater good. Harvey is so impressed that he admits that genuinely respects Louis and considers himself an excellent attorney. There's even banter. Louis is ''this'' close to crying.crying.
* Louis [[spoiler: proposing to Sheila.]]

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