Jessica Pearson: What are you doing here so early?
Harvey Specter: I always get in this early.
Jessica Pearson: You never get in this early, and I know that for a fact because this is the time I get in every single day.
Harvey Specter: You should sleep in once in a while. It's good for you. Trust me. I do it every single day. It just so happens that this morning, I have work to do.
Jessica Pearson: What work?
Harvey Specter: ...The Schmoolkinsberg brief.
Jessica Pearson: The Schmoolkinsberg brief? That's what you're going with?
Harvey Specter: It's not gonna write itself.
Jessica Pearson: I'm taking your name off the wall.
Harvey Specter: Seriously, I'm here for the Tokyo markets.
Jessica Pearson: Name one Tokyo market.
Harvey Specter: The Nikkei.
Jessica Pearson: Name another.
Harvey Specter: Honda, Toyota, Kia.
Jessica Pearson: Kia's Korean.
Harvey Specter: Yeah, but they're in the same time zone.
Jessica Pearson: Where it is currently dinner.
Sean Cahill: You're gonna give me all the files, or you're gonna head downtown with these two fine gentlemen.
Jessica Pearson: Okay, Sean. Have it your way. You're going to take that hall.
Jessica Pearson: You're going to run into what appears to be the mummified remains of a legal secretary.
Harvey Specter: Her name is Norma.
Jessica Pearson: Mm-hmm. She's gonna limp you up to the 60th floor where you will find 30 years worth of files that haven't been sorted since the Reagan Administration.
Harvey Specter: Or is it the 56th floor?
Jessica Pearson: It could be the 35th floor for all I know.
Harvey Specter: The point is, while you're trying to find the Ark of the Covenant, we'll be downtown in front of a judge blocking this bullshit.
Sean Cahill: You think the threat of you getting to a judge before I find what I want is gonna get me to leave?
Jessica Pearson: Then stay, but who do you think's gonna get the job done faster? You and those two windbreakers or Bonnie and Clyde.
Katrina Bennett: Louis, why are you here so early?
Louis Litt: I am taking this Forstman document, and I am burying it in the bowels of these files. And then, I am putting these files deep in the bowels of our storage.
Katrina Bennett: Louis, please stop saying bowels.
Louis Litt: Katrina, I don't have time to give a shit about bowels, 'cause after this, we are starting fresh.
Donna Paulsen: Rachel, if you try to pull him towards you right now, all you're gonna do is push him away. Trust me. Let things be. They'll turn out the way they're supposed to.
Donna Paulsen: You don't know that.
Donna Paulsen: I do know that. Okay. Rachel, I'm gonna tell you something I've never told you... I slept with Harvey.
Rachel Zane: Oh, my God! But you told me that...
Donna Paulsen: I know what I told you. It was once, and I never would have done it if we were still working together. But then, he left the D. A. 's office, andit happened. And then, the next time I saw him, he wanted me to come with him to the firm, and I did, and that was that.
Rachel Zane: Would you have wanted a relationship with him?
Donna Paulsen: I would have wanted to try, but he wasn't ready. And if I had pushed him to be ready, I would be sitting here talking to somebody else about somebody I used to work with a long time ago.
Rachel Zane: What are you saying?
Donna Paulsen: I'm saying everything turned out the way it was supposed to.
Rachel Zane: But you said the reason that you two never - is because you can never go back.
Donna Paulsen: I lied.
Donna Paulsen: Welcome home, sailor. You were out to sea a long time.
Mike Ross: I was, but now I'm back. And this place hasn't changed a bit.
Donna Paulsen: Maybe it has.
Mike Ross: [Looking at Harvey's records] Is this a new Spinner's album?
Donna Paulsen: No, and you know it's not new. You and Harvey joked about it.
Mike Ross: I could have sworn that was a different one.
Donna Paulsen: Said the man with the photographic memory.
Mike Ross: Donna, I went to the bullpen. Some guy with a soul patch was sitting at my desk.
Donna Paulsen: That's because it's not your desk anymore, and you're not cool enough to pull off a soul patch.
Mike Ross: I dispute that.
Donna Paulsen: Are you even capable of growing a soul patch?
Mike Ross: I had a goatee my sophomore year of never.
Donna Paulsen: Look, it's not your desk anymore because you're on the other side of the bullpen now.
Mike Ross: Which other side?
Donna Paulsen: The other side. Like, not the side that you were on.
Mike Ross: Towards the door or away from the door?
Donna Paulsen: Which door are you talking about?
Mike Ross: Which door are *you* talking about?
Donna Paulsen: You know what? Just shut up and keep walking. You're not here five minutes, and you're already a pain in my ass. This is the other side of the bullpen.
[Shows Mike his new office]