Why? Not only are his friends extremely wealthy, as he said, but I'm sure in a firm as large as his, many people would consider going in on a joint gift. And it's not like buying a $2000 gift is a requirement... no one HAS to buy it. It's not as if they even *need* a registry. They're not a young couple starting out who need help purchasing diapers or bottle liners. They're an older, established, wealthy couple who is treating their registry like a wishlist and I could absolutely see Harvey or one of the other partners dropping that kind of coin (or junior partners splitting it). "Revolting" seems like an extreme reaction, to me.
I'm disappointed Donna didn't just tell her beau, "I think you should take Glen's deal. I don't trust Simon," or something to that effect - without actually outing anyone. I mean, she's Donna. She couldn't have figured out a way to get him to take the deal without tarnishing his honor or outing Harvey? That was a weirdly dumb plot line.
I also don't like Sam body checking the thug (who might've had a gun). I get it, she's tough. She kickboxes. But how much belief do I need to suspend? Maybe it's because I just hate everything about Katherine Heigl, but I don't think so. I think attacking a potentially armed criminal on a dark street was stupid. Not to mention, I had a hard time believing someone like this guy would turn himself in over his baby mama and kid. He'd rationalize that they'd just find housing elsewhere and he's better off in his kid's life than behind bars.
I miss Mike.