At the newspaper office, Rory's in the middle of mediating an argument over who's going to be in charge of the paper while she's gone tonight. Bill claims that he, as managing editor, should run the place, while Paris claims superior experience. Bill points out that Paris ended up with a mutiny last time she was in charge. "It's not like anyone ever gave Captain Bligh another ship after the Bounty," he says. Wrong thing to say to Paris, who retorts, "Of course they did. Multiple ships. And by the time he died, they promoted the guy to Rear Admiral. Do you think the British Royal Navy ruled the world in the nineteenth century by letting that much natural talent and leadership capability go to waste just because a few whiny complainers wanted more breadfruit and less scurvy?" Well, I suppose the important thing is that Paris learned something from her experience. Rory's cell phone rings, and she asks them to take the discussion somewhere else, but then they start arguing about that, and she and her cell phone stomp off with a muttered "Oh, for God's sake."
It's Logan calling, from the back of a car somewhere, and he's got big news: they bought the company already. Well, that went well. ["Preposterously well, you might say." -- Wing Chun] Logan invites Rory to celebrate with him tonight, and she says that she's already cleared her schedule. "Tonight you'll be dining with a captain of industry," Logan boasts excitedly. Rory asks whether that involves a uniform. Logan just tells her to meet him later.