Just in case you thought Will had kept the ring in his desk drawer for the past four years, he reveals to Jack that he had his agent go out and buy it for him as soon as he found out that his staff was looking into his past. He knew they'd find out about the Fox thing and tell MacKenzie, so he had the ring waiting for her when she inevitably stormed in to confront him about it to make her feel extra bad. "Does that seem normal to you?" Jack asks. Will doesn't think it's so bad. Jack says MacKenzie's affair was four years ago -- a.k.a. get the hell over it, asshole. "Fuck you. You don't know what it's like in my head," Will says. Neither do I, because Will and the rest of the characters on this show haven't been written like real people.
Dr. Dr. Sloan doesn't even care anymore. She's wearing a baseball cap of not giving a shit and packing up her office, as I guess she's decided it's better to resign than let Charlie suspend her. What kind of tool puts her diplomas on her office wall? That's only appropriate if you're a doctor or a lawyer. Dr. Dr. Sloan is summoned to Maggie's desk to watch a Japanese news broadcast. I don't know what the anchor is saying but I am certain that this broadcast is ten times better than anything ACN can produce. Even though the show puts a picture of Elliot up when the anchorwoman talks about Dr. Dr. Sloan. Anyway, the gist of the broadcast is that Tanaka resigned. Dr. Dr. Sloan sighs sadly. Oh, whatever. Is she surprised that her actions have consequences? Or maybe Tanaka shouldn't be the spokesman for TEPCO if he can't keep his mouth shut around journalists.