Maggie explains what went down between her and Glen Fisher, for anyone who might still be interested. After their fourth date, they went back to Glen's dorm room to make out, only to be interrupted by Glen Fisher's furious ex-girlfriend knocking on the door. Glen Fisher told Maggie to hide under the bed -- she did - and then let the ex-girlfriend in, only for her to quickly become his current girlfriend. They celebrated their reunion by having sex on the bed while Maggie was still hiding under it. But she wasn't under there for too long, because, "as it turns out, Glen doesn't take very long," Maggie says. "Under two minutes." So when Glen Fisher mentioned "Obama's 'Race to the Finish' initiative," Maggie couldn't help but make a comment about how good Glen Fisher would be at that race. Jim points out that it's called "Race to the Top." Maggie grins and says she knows that, and when Glen Fisher got it wrong she took that to mean "God was on [her] side." Yes, God loves it when we make jokes about people's sexual inadequacies.
So while Maggie and Jim are fighting over whether or not Maggie should have hidden under the bed in the first place and Maggie is flailing around and being weirdly hyper, Neal just sits there and looks like he wishes his desk was next to someone who didn't argue about personal matters all the freaking time. Neal is great. You know why? Because he's so quiet. After wasting all of that time, Jim says they only have 90 minutes to get a replacement for Gov. Brewer. "Tell me what to do," Maggie says, suddenly back to her whispery and demure first-episode personality. Jim tells her to grab their bookers and report to the conference room for an Emergency Meeting. Maggie freaks the hell out and calls for Martin, Tamara and Kendra while hopping up and down and looking like she's about to laugh and cry at the same time. You know, like a crazy person. Whose decision was it for her to act the scene this way? The director? The writer? The actress?