Charlie pulls out a bunch of stats that basically say that between the TMI and Page Six mentions, a lot of people are reading about how horrible, unprofessional, and possibly unethical the NewsNight team is. Will says it only "looks" like NewsNight isn't totally ethical. Charlie yells that that's all that matters, which you'd think Will would know by now. Will says MacKenzie is "annoyingly ethical." Yeah, except that she knew Wade was at least considering the run for congress and put him on the show almost once a week so he could talk about ... what, exactly? He's an attorney. No one cares what he has to say unless it's somehow related to the Tea Party, and then only Will cares.
Charlie leaves, and Will stops defending MacKenzie to ask her how she didn't know what Wade was doing. "He never told me!" MacKenzie says. Nice observation skills, journalist. "He used me," MacKenzie says. Will says that might not be true, and that Wade "seems like a good guy." Also, "nobody in his right mind would risk losing you." Yeah, why would anyone want to lose the prize that is MacKenzie, who shows her love by cheating on you with an ex-boyfriend?
Will and MacKenzie return to the meeting room. Neal tells Will about a guy he met on Twitter who goes by the name "Amen." How did he get that handle on Twitter? Must've been an early sign up. "It means 'the hidden one' in ancient Egyptian," Neal explains. Will says that's not enough for him to feel comfortable using a guy Will doesn't personally know. Neal says he knows Amen, who is "just like" Neal. How's that, Will asks. Neal says both of their fathers are mechanics and they're both the oldest son. MacKenzie starts to interrupt him, but Neal keeps going, saying that he doesn't have a college degree and Amen probably will never get one, either. And they both like the Internet.