Ed, Mike, Nancy, Molly, and Carol are having lunch. Molly remarks that Ed's new client is "kind of cute," and Carol agrees, clarifying it as "in a sort-of absent-minded professor way." Mike loves that movie. Jeff the Calculus Teacher walks in, and Carol starts teasing Molly and waving to him. Are they in the sixth grade or what? Molly wants Carol to stop. Carol encourages Molly to go talk to him or, even better, ask him out. I really want Molly to get a trim -- her bangs are totally in her eyes and she looks like a shaggy dog. Molly doesn't ask guys out anymore because they say no. Carol and Nancy are disgusted with Molly, which is easy for them, since one is married and the other is a total babe. I feel you, Molly. Ed reaches for the sugar and hears another crackle. Ed says "crackle" about ten more times before Carol stops him by saying, "It's called getting old." Ed doesn't look too happy about it.
Warren is in the library, using a computer. He's looking at a website called "Walden for Cheaters." Heh. That's pretty funny. As he reads through some quotes from Thoreau, he mumbles, "Jessica Martell, prepare to be impressed." He finds one quote in particular, and memorizes it along with the page number. I mention all this because it's important later.
A delivery man enters the bowling alley with a package for "Mr. Stanley Glick." Before Shirley can reject it, Phil reaches over and accepts it. Hey, I thought Phil quit? What's he doing there? Phil explains to Shirley that he uses Stanley Glick as an alias to avoid junk mail. Ah, kind of like having a Hotmail account to avoid spam. You don't really avoid it -- it all just collects in one place and you go in once a month and dump it. Shirley asks what Phil got, guessing that it might be "one of those 'Girls Gone Wild' videos." Shirley adds that she "went wild once on a trip to Scranton, Pennsylvania, but nobody was there to capture it on videotape." Shirley fascinates me. So many layers. And I'm not just talking about her makeup. Phil shows her that he has ordered a set of tapes called Succeed Like a Champ! which are going to help him get "a nice fat raise." Ed walks in and says that he thought Phil quit, but Phil says that he doesn't recall that happening and strolls away.