Don walks into Will's office. He's wearing a heavy jacket despite the heat wave. They could have just had Don wear more weather-appropriate clothes, but instead we waste a few seconds listening to Don explain that the air conditioning makes his office really cold. Will points to the flowers and says Jim signed for them and looked at the card. They're for Don. And they're from a lady! Don sits down and says that he and Maggie have broken up a few times, and he dated other women when they did. "I'm not judging you," Will says judgmentally. Don never told the other women when he got back together with Maggie, so one of them seemed to think it was a good idea to send him flowers at his office. Men love getting flowers. Terry Crews pops his head in to tell Will they have to go. Will tells Don he'll "take care" of the flowers. He asks Don if he's doing the "right thing." Don says he is and asks Will if he, too, is doing the right thing. Will says he is not. I'm not exactly sure what Don is doing. Is he still seeing the other woman once he gets back together with Maggie?
Will sees Jack, who tells him that because his father was abusive, Will is "a thousand times more sensitive" to acts of betrayal. Will practices avoidance by praising Jack's set of encyclopedias and how much better they are than Internet searches. Sorkin will never not find a way to put the Internet down. Will segues into last night, when he found himself looking at a relationship advice site, where Rhonda told a woman whose husband was cheating on her that maybe it was partly her fault he strayed. Will finds that unbelievable. Jack doesn't see how Will could wander onto a relationship advice site. He thinks he went there on purpose. Will asks if he's at all to blame for MacKenzie cheating on him. Jack asks if Will thinks he is. Will, of course, does not and also thinks Rhonda is a moron.