Will's latest date is blonde. MacKenzie watches them leave. Maggie watches MacKenzie watching them leave. None of these people have lives.
Jim finally managed to leave the office, only to take his computer to the karaoke bar that has no karaoke and work there. Neal announces that Don and Maggie broke up last week. This time, Neal reports, "it's real." He knows this because every woman in the office except MacKenzie (and Sloan, if she even still works there) has been gossiping about it. "Get in there!" Neal says. Jim refuses to "swoop in," adding that he would look like a hypocrite anyway since he's the one who told Maggie to stop breaking up with Don. Neal asks what qualifies Jim to give out relationship advice. He probably was embedded with Marines who were relationships. Duh.
Montage of Will channeling Keith Olbermann ranting about the Tea Party. God bless you, Jeff Daniels. You are TRYING. Sorkin won't kill your family.
November 2. It's election night, and ACN anchors Will and Elliot are combining forces for an Election Night Special. That means Don gets to return to the bullpen and run around with the others as updates on election results pour in. Don tries to give a post-it to Maggie, who rushes past him a bunch of times and ignores him. Very professional. Jim shows Charlie another result, and it looks like a Democrat friend of Charlie's just got voted out of office. "He was a great public servant. Call it red," Charlie sighs. I guess he wasn't that great if his public voted for someone else.