McPointy's boxing in his office, yelling into his cell phone, not bothering to take off his jacket before his sweaty workout. What day is it? Andrea walks in and awkwardly asks, "Can I talk to you?" McPointy hangs up the phone and quips, "For someone who's lost interest, you can't seem to stay away from me." Can you just focus on work for one second in your life, McPointy? It's really annoying, the way your dick talks constantly. Andrea walks over to McPointy's laptop while commenting that she can't stop looking at those three-car pile-ups on the 405, either. "May I?" she asks, as she sexily pulls back her hair before pulling up the porn site, as McPointy makes that same porn-site joke. This time, we see more of the sex file, enough to see that Andrea has downloaded the .mpeg to the laptop (that's some kind of T1 connection, right there). The file is named: "love_you_long_time.mpg". If you watch the window at the bottom of the screen, you can see that it's about four seconds long, and we just keep seeing the same footage looped. They're not even naked. It's hardly scandalous, anyway. McPointy asks why Andrea's showing this "jewel" to him. Andrea says she thought he'd like a heads-up. McPointy thanks her and gets on the phone to call the cops. Andrea asks why he's not running it past Fisher first, since Fisher's his boss and gets major cash from Berman Sr. McPointy hangs up the phone and points: "Look, I don't answer to Fisher and I sure as hell don't answer to Berman. I answer to the people of Los Angeles." Andrea doesn't believe him. McPointy asks if that was too noble. He sighs and says he doesn't like Berman or his lying kid. He says Zach Berman said he didn't know Jo(e)y, but from the looks of it, it seems they knew each other "pretty damn well." If you're going to repeat lines, why choose the bad ones? Andrea stands in front of a picture of President Clinton and says, "I thought you were going to ask me to sit on it." Luckily, she leaves and we fade to black before McPointy can show her what he'd really like her to sit on.
Tom. Tom's interviewing Zach Berman, who says he was just having a normal party, with high-school seniors blowing off some steam. He says it's stressful, with everyone trying to figure out which college they're going to attend. Gedrick says he went to Santa Monica City College, which didn't have such a grueling admissions process. Zach bitches that he's going to be freezing his ass off in New Haven, and how much he doesn't want to go to Yale. He whines that his dad gave Yale so much money, he now has to attend. Gedrick doesn't really feel for Zach's rich-boy woes. The camera wiggles and wobbles, as if it's falling down a flight of stairs. Was that supposed to be Gedrick's POV?