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Despite their rocky relationship, Mike and Rachel remained friends.Mike also constantly tried to help Rachel with her LSAT, which she finally retook in "Meet the New Boss".

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The story is about two swindlers who get their hands on a map to the fabled city of gold, El Dorado while pulling off some sort of scam.

Since then, Rachel has decided not to date someone from the office, until she meets Mike.

When Rachel meets Mike in the "Pilot" she has made it pretty clear that she is uninterested in dating coworkers and that, despite her position as a paralegal, she is most likely better than some of the associates in the firm. In "Tricks of the Trade", Rachel feels threatened when a former colleague almost gets an internship at Pearson Hardman.

She is a Juris Doctor candidate at Columbia Law School.

is a part-time summer associate at Pearson Specter Litt as well as a former paralegal who is currently engaged to Mike Ross.Despite her family's wealth, she prefers to live on the money that she earns.Despite her own ability, Rachel has never been good with taking tests, so she never gets a high enough LSAT score for Harvard.Something which was initially blamed on Louis' relationship with Harvard Admissions Tutor Sheila Sazs.So Rachel decides to take action and write a letter going over Sheila's head, asking Mike to reference it since he "went" to Harvard. However it turns out that Louis and Sheila's previous interaction had nothing to do with Rachel's rejection.Rachel worked as a paralegal for nearly six years before finally achieving an LSAT score high enough for Columbia Law School.Rachel grew up under the shadow of her father, Robert Zane, a skilled lawyer and name partner of Rand, Kaldor & Zane.At one point, though, when Mike finally asked her out, Rachel turned him down, not wanting to ruin their work dynamic.However, when she met Mike's new girlfriend, Jenny Griffith, her feelings for Mike started becoming more intense.The plot works on many levels; it's straightforward enough for the general kid to understand and enjoy, but is piled under levels of wit and more jokes that rely on understanding more of it, making it balanced and still funny the 150 th time I watch it. The songs are catchy (as can be well-expected from the good man Elton John), the characters are lovable yet total sleazeball con-men, and the humour is on many levels; and with it, it brings many good, memorable lines ("' For three days?!

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