Charlie walks up to Kaylee and awkwardly claps his hands on her shoulders. "What's wrong?" she asks, looking terrified. Charlie asks if The Rock has a cousin who is a Navy SEAL. Kaylee follows The Rock on Twitter and so knows all about him. She re-reads his tweet and guesses, again, that he's talking about Triple H. But Charlie knows better and that The Rock has the inside scoop on matters of national security. He tells the room to shut up and Will to turn the music off. Will asks Martin to throw him the remote. Martin does. It flies past Will's head, out the window and plummets to its death. "Martin! Throw me the remote!" Will repeats. No one seems to think this is as weird as you'd expect.
Neal turns the music down manually and Charlie says it's time to go to work because the president is going to address the nation in 90 minutes, so they have 30 minutes to figure out why. While the underlings pack up to go to work, MacKenzie, Charlie and Will try to guess what's going on. "I think we got bin Laden," Charlie says. Wow, isn't he just the man with these correct predictions made over a year after the actual event happened?
Terry Crews has to escort Will to work because that storyline is still happening. Lisa finally appears just as everyone is leaving. "Can I come watch?" Lisa asks. Sure she can! It's not like ACN is a place of work or anything.
By the way, in case you were wondering where Dr. Dr. Sloan, Don and Elliot are, they're on a plane heading back to New York from D.C., where they apparently just had an informative weekend conference with a bunch of people who you wouldn't expect to be working on a weekend. Don spent the entire time talking about Maggie, including to Timothy Geithner, who asked Dr. Dr. Sloan when Don would "shut up about Maggie." Geithner is correct. Don should shut up about Maggie. Everyone should. Now she's terrorizing D.C. without having to be there. Dr. Dr. Sloan says she was embarrassed by this, especially since it came "right after [she] accidentally set him on fire." Oh, of course. It totally makes sense that Geithner (or anyone) would react to getting set on fire by asking the person who set him on fire why her co-worker keeps talking about Maggie.