As Joan leaves, she heads down the hall one way; Adam, just behind her, pauses to watch her go and then heads to his class. Dr. Halliwell -- man, he's tall -- comes right up to Joan and asks, "Did you like my speech, Joan?" Ah, it's Drugs Are Bad, Mm'kay? God. Joan: "'Drugs are bad?' That's not a new message. And since you're here...you invented drugs, didn't you?" Drugs Are Bad, Mm'kay? God replies, "I invented rattlesnakes. Doesn't mean I want you playing around with them." Joan reminds him she doesn't do drugs, so she's wondering what the assignment is: "You want me to keep...not doing drugs?" Drugs Are Bad, Mm'kay? God is kind of cute. ["He's a total Hey, It's That Guy!, too; he's always playing a doctor or a teacher. Anyone who watches Gilmore Girls might remember him on that show as Morey Dell." -- Sars] He says that's not a bad assignment, but he acknowledges that she's had to do a lot of difficult assignments, and advises her not to be surprised if he asks her to do something fun. He smiles a bit and waltzes off. Joan turns and says, "But see, nobody thinks of you as fun." He replies, "And that's the problem." He goes off with a Godwave. As the bell rings, Joan calls out, "Oh, and you're fun-ny."
Will's at work, telling his new boss Roy, "I don't have to go -- my wife would understand." Uh, no she wouldn't. Especially since you're not the boss anymore. Roy says with authority, "Will, I've been married. They understand until they don't -- then they pack." Will: "I hate spas." I'll bet he's been to a lot of them, too. Roy says he should go. They walk up to Toni as Roy asks if there's anything that can't be put on a back burner. She says no. Will mentions the meth lab. Roy: "There's a meth lab?" Will says, "There's always a meth lab." He explains that he and Toni have been staking out a particular one. Apparently they're about to move in, but Toni hesitantly says it can wait. Roy asks Will, "Can the meth lab wait?" He walks off before Will replies, "But this is a good one!" Will and Toni follow Roy into his office as Will makes a case for busting this one soon, and Roy asks again if it can wait. Toni says these labs are always ready to move if necessary. Roy looks at Will, who says, "I don't like strangers touching me. My wife will understand." Roy decides Will should go to the spa, and Toni can keep an eye on things; they'll move on the lab if necessary. Will doesn't think they should attempt it without him: "I've brought a few of these down." Roy says they can call him: "They do allow cell phones at this spa?" Will: "One can only hope."