Ben is drinking a coffee at Dean & Deluca and he seems a million miles away. Javier brings him back to Earth by asking him to work an additional shift on Wednesdays. Ben considers for a moment and says, "Wednesdays?" Javier implores him to say yes but Ben remembers that he has class then. Javier wonders if it is "an important class." Ben tells him it is and suggests that he ask Felicity. Javier informs him that Felicity is the reason he needs someone to work on Wednesdays because that's when she wants to work at the Health Centre. Ben is surprised and Javier says, "Yeah, I know can you believe it? Some people consider health more important than muffins. I don't know." Ben continues to drink his coffee and Javier says, "Are you drinking the profits?" All non-sequitorly, Ben rants, "I'll tell you why she wants to work at the Health Centre. It's Greg Stenson. He's this pompous-ass guy that runs the place. He's like this guy -- I'm telling you -- he's like..." Javier responds, "Yeah. Greg. She mentioned him."
Ben is thrown by this development and he asks Javier what Felicity said. Javier doesn't remember exactly what she said because he forgot to take his "Gingko Bilbloba." Hee, hee! That's how I'm going to pronounce it from now on. Ben presses him for more information and Javier says, "Something about how fantastic he is and inspiring because he, like, helped all these people. But I do remember she was very excited not to work here on Wednesdays." Ben is miffed and he retreats into his own world. Javier asks Ben why he is staring at him. Ben denies staring at Javier. Javier asks, "Do I look fat?" Ben says no. Javier pushes the sides of his face back and asks, "Would I look better like this?" Ben says no again. Javier asks if he is sure. Ben says yes. Javier says, "Tighter though?" Ben abandons this scintillating conversation to make a phone call. Javier asks, "If I get Norma to work on Wednesdays instead, could you work on Thursday?" Ben agrees and Javier gushes, "Oh, I love you and your whole look." When he says the word "whole" he gives a little hand flourish just like the one Karen gave Will on Will and Grace when she told him that "brown is over." Ben says, "Ok, go away." I guess those charm school lessons that Ben took are starting to pay off. Ben's call goes like this: "Yeah, hi, uh, is Pam there. Yeah, Donna. Yeah, it's Ben." Ben, when videophones are commonplace, you'll be able to get away with sounding that dumb because you'll look so damn good. Until then, try polishing up your conversational skills.