Four days earlier, Neal and Terry Crews are in Charlie's office. Can't Jane deal with this stuff? Or MacKenzie? Why must they bother Charlie? Neal wants to keep pursuing his troll death threat buddy. Terry Crews thinks that's a terrible idea. Some guy comes in with an envelope for Charlie. Neal says all he has to do is tell Charyzma that the FBI came after him, and Charyzma and his friends will be mad that Neal is getting FBI credit for their death threats. Charlie gives him the go ahead because he's drunk and wants these people to leave his office. Charlie looks at the envelope. The return address is "The East River," so I guess it's from Hancock.
Will decides to watch his greatest hits on YouTube. Namely, when he told off that girl at Northwestern for asking him why America was so great. Charlie and MacKenzie walk in and tell Will that the nurse told them that Will can go home Monday and be back to work in a week. Hey, doesn't Will have several siblings? Why aren't they visiting? Will has no intention of leaving the hospital or going back to work, apparently. Charlie lectures him on taking Brian's article to heart, saying Brian is "second rate." And Will is supposed to be first rate? I doubt Brian ever went on the air while high. Will says the article was full of quotes from colleagues he respects who clearly don't respect him. Charlie says Will will just have to learn to respect better people and not "pussy-ass coward-ass pussified pussies." Well, we definitely haven't used enough synonyms for the female anatomy there.
Charlie has a solution to Will's problems. He calls in the nurse, whose last name is "Cooper." With an eye-roll, she tells Will about her great aunt, Dorothy Cooper, who lost the ability to vote at the age of 96. Nurse Cooper (is she related to Gary Cooper, by the way? Because I don't see how Will can do a story about Dorothy Cooper if she isn't related to a member of his staff) demands that the story of her great aunt be the top story on the news all the time. "I wanna see this story on the news," she says and storms out. Charlie mutters that he wouldn't mind seeing that story on the news, too. Will tries to think, which is difficult when MacKenzie keeps nagging him. Finally, he turns to her and asks about a voicemail message. MacKenzie doesn't know what he's talking about. Will says he left MacKenzie a voicemail message the night he did the Bin Laden story. MacKenzie still doesn't know what he's talking about. It's entirely possible that MacKenzie doesn't know how to check her own voicemail.