MacKenzie stops by everyone's favorite bar. Don's already there, drinking alone and reading the Red Team binder. Out in the open. Where anyone can see it. Um. MacKenzie tells him that they got Stomtonovich to confirm the Operation Genoa story and he's going to be on camera tomorrow. The bartender asks MacKenzie where "the gang" is. MacKenzie says they're off on various dates. Dr. Dr. Sloan, for instance, is with a New York Giant. Oh, I hope it's not Plaxico! Or had he already shot himself by March 2012?
Taylor interrupts Jim and Hallie's conversation to ask "what's the fucking obsession with Ann Romney's horse?" Jim explains that Ann Romney's horse can dance. "So fucking what, James?" Taylor asks, explaining that Ann Romney's horse is clever and an Olympian. Meanwhile, Neal tries to make conversation with Aubrey, asking how she got into campaign reporting. Her answer is a series of "likes" and also she's into Ron Paul.
Does anyone care what Maggie's up to tonight? No? Well, too bad because you're going to see it anyway. She's at a bar. The bartender recognizes her and knows her drink.
Nina wonders if Will's admiration for Charlie and MacKenzie is "blinding" him to how they're "using" his lawyerly skills as a cross examiner. Will protests that he's the master of his own destiny, although Nina points out that he basically does whatever MacKenzie tells him to. "Are you being sacrificed so that Mac and Charlie can do the show they want to do?" Nina asks. "It's the show I want to do, too," Will says. Nina says that if he's doing the show he wants to do, then it doesn't matter how many people like him. Which is great advice, I think.
MacKenzie asks Don if he trusts Dantana. Don deflects, saying she's only asking because Dantana isn't Jim, and MacKenzie doesn't trust anyone but Jim. Not even Don, Don says. MacKenzie insists that she trusts Don with her life. Don asks what the deal is with Dr. Dr. Sloan and the football player. He doesn't see how he can ask her out after she's been with a football player and "get it done in a spectacular fashion." Also, Don excuses, Dr. Dr. Sloan occasionally works on his show so he's her boss, sort of. MacKenzie points out that that doesn't really seem to be a problem. Don and Maggie dated, after all. Don says that didn't exactly work out too well. "Nothing that happened to her is your fault," MacKenzie says.
And on the double date plus one, Aubrey asks Jim about that Sex and the City Youtube clip, which is still one of the least interesting clips I've ever seen on YouTube. Taylor, upon hearing that there's an embarrassing story about Jim to discuss, asks for details. Neal tries to change the subject. Aubrey pulls out her phone to show Taylor the clip.