When it looks as though HSD will not be able to purchase Crestwald, a surprise investor reappears to help. Corey suspects that $20,000 a teenager brings to invest may be drug money.
Maddy approaches Ditto to save the firm from a hostile takeover; a client uses Corey to manipulate the market.
The Wife of Marty's friend and client asks him to help ruin her husband's life. The U.S. Attorney's office investigates Alison-and Marty's father might be responsible.
Carson is courted for a partnership at Wyman Hall; Allison is hired to negotiate against Meriweather Marx.
Carson faces the ramifications of having his mug on the cover of Forbes magazine, including Marty's jealousy.
Marissa and her father disagree over a boxer; Ditto refuses to drop the racial discrimination suit; Corey meets with Josh.
Corey is urged to drop the racial discrimination suit; Marty renegotiates the sale of a lingerie boutique.
Carson is cheated out of a deal; Corey uses an old scheme; Ditto takes the stand; Marissa takes Save the Cookie public.
The Federal Reserve chairman is reported missing, causing the stock market to crash and forcing the partners to turn to Gardner Blackstone for some financial aid.
Marissa is approached by a friend from her old Queens neighborhood seeking help in getting her son's Internet business launched.
Ditto becomes consumed with guilt over the Kaiser's stroke; Marty and Corey celebrate their good fortune in Las Vegas.
The partners discover an office mole has helped Merriweather Marx outbid them for Wesley Industries. With George Newbern, Malik Yoba, Stanley Tucci and Donald Moffat.
Ditto and Corey brainstorm the Wesley Industries deal; Alison's past is not what it appears to be; Lasky leaves town.
Marty and Ditto unveil a plan to compete with Merriweather Marx for Wesley Industries; Marty proposes a leveraged buyout to bypass the Kaiser's tender offer.
The celebration over Lasky's $5 million coup is cut short by news the partners' fee has been frozen and their request for dismissal of the Kaiser's lawsuit denied.
Lasky (Stanley Tucci) launches a greenmail scheme to bilk a South Carolina town, but Carson (Christopher Wiehl) has other ideas. With George Newbern, Malik Yoba and Donald Moffat.
Corey experiences racial discrimination for the first time working on a deal with Ditto; Lasky and Alison partner up.
Investment bankers and traders rock Wall Street by breaking away from an established firm to start a risky new venture.