Martin gets a call from a woman with Weiner wiener photos. Jim is utterly disgusted with this story and this woman and hands it off to the next person in charge, who, it turns out, is Kendra. Kendra quickly passes it down to Gary Cooper, who goes to Tess, who throws it to Julie Cooper. Julie Cooper objects, saying she and Tess were hired on the same day. "I was hired in the morning. You were hired after lunch," Tess says. "Please don't make me take the Weiner girl," Julie Cooper groans. "Respect the seniority!" Tess says. Um, can we get rid of almost everyone else on this show and just keep those two? They are great. I want them to have a delightful sitcom where they are roommates in an apartment and they have a quirky neighbor who looks a lot like Rodney Dangerfield. Dr. Dr. Sloan can guest star occasionally. I would've put her in the main cast but then she had to go be all violently insecure about the size of her butt.
Julie Cooper looks around for someone she has seniority over and finds Maggie. HA!! Maggie is the lowest of the low! I'm pretty sure that makes her, like, the Deanna Troi of NewsNight. She was the last in the chain of command on Star Trek: The Next Generation, right? I'd ask people but I don't want them to think I'm a nerd who watches Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Terry Crews is still on this show even though we haven't heard anything about Will's death threat in like three episodes and two months of show time. He walks Will into his psychiatrist's office. Will doesn't have an appointment, but he is more important than everyone else so he feels comfortable barging in and interrupting someone else's appointment. Even Terry Crews thinks Will is being an asshole here. Jack finally opens his door after Will knocks on it for several minutes. He looks kind of annoyed, for some reason. Will says Jack can give him a few non-scheduled minutes because he paid him and his father all that money for four year's of appointments he didn't actually attend. Somehow, that works.