Will asks why she'd do that. Charlie has to inform him that Leona told him she would do this if Will continued to rant about the Tea Party. And then we get a flashback to the scene that happened all of one episode ago, because this show knows that we're either asleep now or were then, so it might as well repeat itself. Needless to say, Will does not appreciate being left in the dark about this. Charlie says he should have told him, but he's been drunk since February so he kept forgetting to. Charlie says Will has "clay feet" and he was afraid Will would bow under Leona's pressure. So he just set him up to be publically humiliated instead. Nice, Charlie.
MacKenzie would rather discuss something much more important: MacKenzie. She wants to know why Will had that non-compete clause in his contract in the first place. Will admits that he had to agree to it when he re-negotiated his contract. MacKenzie storms out. Will follows her, because it's all about her and not, you know, the fact that Will is on the cover of TMI and NewsNight's morals or whatever the hell have been compromised and that the CEO of the channel's owning company is actively campaigning to have Will fired.
MacKenzie leaves the privacy of Will's office to yell, in front of everyone, "Jesus CHRIST how much do you hate me?!" She says that she has moved on since she cheated on him and she'll move on from this show if need be. Will shrugs and says that's fine with him. They go back into Will's office to discuss it. Why discuss it in Will's office? Surely something this personal is best taken care of in earshot of as many people as possible.
Maggie sees something on the news alert screen. As Jim watches, her eyes bug out and she runs into Will's office while freaking Coldplay starts up. At least "Fix You" is a slightly more modern song than Radiohead, but still so overused. Although I guess this show has to resort to it because it doesn't seem capable of getting an emotional reaction from its audience otherwise. MacKenzie runs out of the office after MacKenzie, and Jim gives his co-workers a "heads up!" Thus ends Neal's presentation. And the rest of the crew must be just thrilled that they came in to work on a weekend and are now forced to pull serious overtime working on a breaking news story: Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head.