Charlie is happy to hear that Will is dating again. Apparently he was drunk the last six months that Will was also dating. He wonders if Will might not want to try dating a woman who isn't just good for sex. "You're asking out the wrong women," Charlie says, his head shaking furiously. I'm starting to worry that Sam Waterston has Parkinson's. I am not even joking, by the way. I love Sam Waterston (or I did until this show came into my life) and I hope he's okay. It doesn't seem healthy to me that he constantly impersonating a bobblehead doll. Will doesn't want to talk to Charlie about any of this. He asks Charlie to figure out who leaked that information to Page Six (apparently Nina the GOSSIP COLUMNIST is not a suspect, although I can't imagine why she didn't just put this in her own column and get her own scoop). Charlie doesn't really care. Will admits that his tuxedo did, in fact, cost $4,000.
Will then heads to the meeting room, where his staff, cued by MacKenzie, throw cups of water at his face. They all laugh as if this were funny and not a great way to get fired and also surely this kind of frivolity is not appropriate for a place where such serious business as The News is done. Will asks why that just happened. MacKenzie says the staff thought it would be funny. They're still cracking themselves up as they take their seats. Even Jim, who managed to fill up his cup with water and throw it at Will while also calling a few sources. MacKenzie hands Will a towel, and he tries to explain himself and the Page Six article by saying he was on a mission to civilize because he's Don Quixote. "I'm Don Quixote!" MacKenzie says. Oh, Christ, not this shit again. Will asks if she's even read it. "In the original French," she says. Will notes that it was originally written in Spanish, which everyone knows. EVERYONE. Surely a Peabody-award winning producer would know this. This show is terrible.