Eli is telling Chen how the guy came out of the television. Chen: "Like that creepy chick in The Ring?" Heh. Eli babbles until Chen tells him it's clearly a "WNS kind of vision" -- short for "Wait 'n' See." Eli is nonplussed that Chen has categorized his visions, but Chen, gesturing to the elaborate and immaculate arrangement of his shelves, confesses he's "a little OCD with the labeling." He kicks Eli out, again telling him to wait and see. Hope you didn't charge for that session, dude. Thanks for stopping by this week!
In a posh-looking restaurant or gentleman's club or something, Jordan is sitting with a similarly-aged and distinguished-looking African-American man named "Mason Andrews," who opines that Eli is a "remarkable young man," and notes that he made the engagement party eventful. After some exposition that lets us know these two have known each other for quite some time, Jordan sighs that Taylor's taste in men "has always been a few steps beyond my comprehension." Mason theorizes that Taylor sees a lot of Jordan's qualities in Eli -- his spirit, intellect, and sharp legal mind. I wonder if that means Jordan's known to catch Girl Meets Cowboy when a particular mood strikes him. Jordan notes the fawning language and asks if this means Andrews wants something, and indeed, there's an internal matter at his firm that's gotten to the point where he needs to retain outside counsel -- a man he interviewed but ultimately chose not to take on is suing him for discriminatory hiring practices. The twist? The guy is black. Jordan's face: "Well, that's an onion in the ointment!"
Eli gets off the elevator to find Maggie waiting for him, as usual, and she's chipper and he's grumpy and boring. Also boring is Sassy Patty's predictable glee, as someone blabbed the news to her about Eli and Taylor's breakup. I don't buy that, since Taylor doesn't work at the firm and I doubt Eli's told anyone other than his brother, but Eli worries that Jordan might have found out, and explains that he broke up with Taylor because of his aneurysm. Sassy Patti: "Oh, and I thought your condition was a bad thing!" Wow, I really hate her. He asks her to find out from Taylor's assistant if she told Jordan, but she sassily refuses, reminds him of the staff meeting that day (is this really how law offices operate?), and makes another obnoxious comment to get out of the scene.