Warning: Spoiler Alert
I do not like Katrina. Not even a little bit. I really want something bad to happen to her, like whoa. The way that she's been messing around with karma lately, I really don't see how she can keep going without it coming back to bite her in the ass. Sure, she wants to look good, and to get ahead, but there comes a point when you know that everyone else is swamped and that you need to be a team player so that everyone can get their stuff done. With everything that everyone needs to get done, and the entire firm balancing on whether or not they are able to win these cases, her acting like a bag full of dicks and making it seem like her work is far more important than everyone else's is only doing harm to the firm (and ultimately to her when she starts making enemies everywhere that she goes).
I kind of feel bad for Rachel and the fact that she isn't going to be able to get into Harvard, but at the same time, it doesn't seem like she should have been counting solely on going there. Even if it was her "dream school," she really should have thought about where she would go if she wasn't able to get in there. And yeah, she wants to work at Pearson, Pearson, Pearson, and Pearson after she graduates from law school, and they get their peeps from Harvard, but at this point ... Jessica has to know that Rachel kicks ass (after all, she's the only paralegal with her own office, right?). So, I don't see why it would be a problem if she went somewhere else, since I have a feeling that Jessica would still hire her back after graduation. If that did happen, and it got out to people that maybe wanted to apply to the firm who hadn't gone to Harvard, it might seem like Jessica was setting a president that people who graduated from other schools might be able to get a job there, but that still might not be a problem, since they could say that there were special circumstances with hiring Rachel.
And I'm not entirely sure that Rachel should tell her dad about how she didn't get in. I have a feeling that he might want to take some kind of action against the admissions person (whose name is escaping me at the moment), even though they really wouldn't have anything to stand on when it came to a case. The fact is that she told Luis that it had nothing to do with him, and that she had all kinds of people who were superb wanting to get in, but that she couldn't let all of them in. It was Luis that took the blame when he talked to Rachel about it, and said that she was taking the way their relationship ended out on Rachel. Even if that is really what he believes is going on, there's nothing but speculation to say that it's anything other than what what's-her-face said that it was. But good on Luis for telling her what he suspected was actually going on, taking the blame upon himself, and for looking genuinely remorseful for what had happened. He may be a complete jerk and a jackass, but sometimes he's actually a decent guy.
I love it when Donna gets all protective of Harvey and his feelings. He may be all tough on the outside, but I think that Donna realizes that on the inside, he's all mushy and soft. And I have a feeling that Scotty would be just the kind of person who would really hurt Harvey, cuz he might let himself care about her a little bit (even though he has to know that it would be dangerous for him to do so), and she is so all about herself that she would hurt him (and how could she not, since she's the type that would step on someone's neck if she thought that it would get her ahead). Also with the love? The way that Donna tries to make sure that Harvey looks nice (fixing his suit and his hair), and how he tries to fight her at first (but then, seems to realize that he's not going to win, so he just gives in to her on this point). The two of them need to be together and have babies. Seriously.