Dr. Dr. Sloan also scolds Don for turning his phone on when the plane hasn't landed yet. Don says he always turns his phone on when the plane hits 500 feet. Really? Either have it on the entire time or don't. Turning it on right when the pilots probably need the navigation system cell phones supposedly mess with is such a fuck you move. Elliot says he's only turning his phone on because he saw someone else do it. Dr. Dr. Sloan asks the guy sitting next to Don (for some reason, Elliot and Don are in the window and middle seat, some guy is on the aisle and Dr. Dr. Sloan is in the middle seat of the row across from them. Nice job, ACN flight bookers) to take his phone away because he's going to get everyone killed. Don informs the plane that he is not trying to get them killed and that Dr. Dr. Sloan can't talk since she set the Treasury Secretary on fire. Everyone on the plane must be so happy it's about to land so he doesn't have to listen to this anymore. Also because it's kind of scary when someone says someone else is endangering people's lives on a plane.
Dr. Dr. Sloan's neighbor asks her why she set Geithner on fire. "To show the other cabinet secretaries that I could," she says. And with that awesomeness, the plane touches down and the flight attendant gets on the PA to welcome everyone to LaGuardia. Where was that flight attendant when Don was willfully disobeying the cell phone rule? Meanwhile, karma just bit him in the ass because his phone is out of batteries. He asks Elliot and Dr. Dr. Sloan to check if there's anything important he missed. Elliot's daughter emailed him to ask if he's the smartest man in the entire world. Dr. Dr. Sloan got a message from a fan asking her to please "be a lady" and button her top button and/or spill water all over her blouse. Finally, both Elliot and Dr. Dr. Sloan see the email about the White House press conference. Don asks his neighbor to switch seats with Dr. Dr. Sloan so they can talk about it. The neighbor only agrees to do so if Dr. Dr. Sloan gives him "a chance." Even though he looks all of 18 years old and clearly does not have a chance with her. Dr. Dr. Sloan is not about to give him any chances, but he agrees to switch with her anyway.