Digger shows up at Emily's house. They compliment each other. Digger tells Emily she's cheated God. That's because she paid for God to go to Yale, and God owes her for the rest of His life. Emily asks Digger how his mother and his mother's horses are doing. All are fine. Emily knocks on Richard's door. Digger tells him he appreciates him taking the time to do this. Emily tells Digger to say goodbye before he leaves. Emily mouths "Be nice" to Richard over Digger's back before she goes.
Digger asks Richard how he's been, and whether he may take a seat. Richard's a little terse with Digger, who's full of compliments. Digger tells Richard he'd like to be Richard's partner. He wants to join forces, move into Richard's office, snag some fancy stationery. "I'm prepared to buy my way in," Digger adds, in addition to bringing with him all of his fancy clients, which are in some ways better than stationery. He says that, together, they could make Richard's company unstoppable. Richard's not buying it. He thanks Digger for coming, but says he's not trusting the son of the man who fired him. "Am I such a joke to you?" Richard asks. Digger assures Richard that he's no joke, and that he was the best his father ever had. Richard asks why he'd believe Digger was serious about being partners, since Digger's been working at the company since he was a little kid, and has been groomed to take over said company. This scene is probably more fun to watch than to read. Sorry about that. There isn't really anything to dig on, either. It's just an informative scene. Anyway, Digger says he doesn't want to take over his father's business, but would love nothing more than to screw his dad over. He wants to work someplace that isn't full of people who call him Digger: "Can you imagine his face? No, really. Take a moment. Picture it." Richard does, and he's amused. "It's a pretty good face, isn't it?" Digger asks. Richard says it's rather satisfying: "You hate your father that much?" Digger says he doesn't hate him; he just doesn't want to be him. Richard asks Digger to join him for a drink. They leave the room, and Richard tells Emily that Digger is going to join them for a drink. Digger's pager goes off just then. (I love it when fancy rich people are still in the world of pagers.) He asks if he can use the phone. It's a little awkward, so it seems obvious, like we're supposed to be suspicious of Digger's sudden need to use the phone in Richard's office, to be in Richard's office unattended for some time. But he does. Richard tells Emily that Digger wants to leave his dad and work with "the best." "Good for Digger," Emily says. Richard says he told Digger he'd think about it, since he doesn't need anyone working with him. Emily says it'd be nice for Richard not to have to work so hard. Richard says he doesn't mind hard work. Emily knows that, but says it'd be nice if he didn't have to do it so often. They agree that Digger is a very nice boy.