Neal is still going on about Bigfoot. I'm guessing everyone is staying around for the free doughnuts? Or to observe whatever drama is going down between Jim and Maggie, which is heightened when Maggie accuses Jim of being a liar and he jumps up and calls her out of the room. She does, with the most petulant and childish expression on her face. Also, why does she walk like a Muppet? Grover, to be specific. With her arms hanging down and loose and her lower jaw jutting out. Maybe she's the Bigfoot Neal is convinced exists.
Jim tells whoever is on the assignment desk to go home for the day because Maggie is taking over. "Sit your ass at that desk until four o'clock," he orders. Good. She deserves that. She also deserves to get fired. What she does not deserve is the apology that follows. Jim says he only lied because he didn't want to upset Maggie. Maggie says she wouldn't have been upset. Jim says that's obviously not true, seeing as how she's upset now. Maggie claims she's only mad because Jim lied. She's screaming at this point, so Neal interrupts to inform them that everyone in the meeting room can hear this and it's interrupting/significantly improving his Bigfoot lecture.
Jim drags Maggie away. She continues that Jim never lied to her in the whole time they've been working together. Yeah, and? He didn't lie to her about anything work-related. Jim thinks that should be a "good feeling" for Maggie that she's upset that he lied to her, and that he lied to her about this in the first place. Maggie claims she has no idea what he's talking about. Jim says Don sure seems to.
It turns out that Carrie is married (though she's been separated for a year) and she and Will smoked pot together. When? The subject didn't come up until they got back to Will's apartment. Are we to assume that they smoked up AFTER Will was repulsed by Carrie's gun-toting ways? Will says that Carrie was just jealous because Will dated someone else the day after her, and went to Nina Howard who had her own axe to grind. Don and Charlie seem to find this all entertaining, so it falls to MacKenzie to be serious and not fun, as usual. She says Will's behavior could undermine everything they've accomplished so far, which is nothing.
Charlie says Will is going to go on ACN's crappy morning show full of lady news. Will refuses, saying they shouldn't humor News Corp., which is obviously out to get him. Charlie points out that News Corp. doesn't own TMI -- AWM does. And then he has a brainstorm! He asks Will about his $4,000 tuxedo. Will says he didn't actually buy it off the rack. He just said he did because he's uncomfortable about the fact that he makes more money than Charlie does. The tuxedo was actually custom-made for him. So why would Will making more money than Charlie even come into it, since he didn't pay for the tuxedo at all? Charlie says he has one of those, too -- it was a Christmas gift from Leona. Leona knew that Will's tuxedo was custom-made and cost $4,000 because she's the one who gave it to him and therefore she's the one who planted it in Page Six. Leona is trying to make Will look bad.