Donna loses her air of perfection. Especially after those comments she made to Harvey earlier, it will be interesting to see how she handles her apparent mistake, since she does not have much experience with making mistakes. That memo is puzzling. It did not seem to have a From: line (even redacted), the former Coastal Motors employee (Sarah) claims she never wrote a memo, the Coastal Motors CEO (Lawrence) claims he did not know about a memo (although he did turn out to know about the defective hood), and Harvey and Donna were not aware of a memo. It wasn't clear to me whether Tanner already knew about Sarah, or whether he found out about her from following Harvey. I got the impression Tanner already knew, but it seemed like it could go the other way also. So where did the memo come from? Why was the memo redacted so heavily? I'd think the law firm would get the unredacted memo, and it would only be redacted later if it was evidence in trial. How did Tanner know about the memo? There's still something fishy going on with that memo. Is there some deeper plot going on? Did the DA maybe make a deal with Tanner to try to discredit Harvey? Could Daniel have planted the (forged?) memo in the file room? On Louis. It seemed that we were supposed to assume that Louis told Daniel about the situation with Tanner suing the firm. But we were not shown Louis actually tattling. And Louis wasn't happy with how Daniel treated him in his office earlier. So perhaps Daniel found out on his own. Maybe Louis is more trustworthy than Harvey and Mike thought?