Dr. Dr. Sloan says she's always free for her. "Get it together!" MacKenzie says nonsensically. She explains that Dr. Dr. Sloan is needed to help ACN win Shelly back again. She's hoping a financial expert pretending to pay attention to OWS's woes will make everything okay.
Oh, look, they're shooting on location next to a Shake Shack that thinks it's as good as In-N-Out Burger. It's not! Dr. Dr. Sloan tells Shelly it's okay to be sad about her disastrous talk show appearance but it's time to help Neal out now, because she's sure his story is just that important. Shelly seems willing to give in, asking Dr. Dr. Sloan what Neal's story is. Dr. Dr. Sloan admits that she has no idea. Neal claims that's on purpose so Dr. Dr. Sloan will be able to help them find holes at the end. He also has to admit that he very much doubts that the story will make it to air in the first place.
Fed up, Shelly says she knows that Dr. Dr. Sloan is only here because Will refused to come. And that makes things worse. Dr. Dr. Sloan tries to smooth things over, telling Shelly that everyone at ACN is very sorry her appearance didn't go well. Shelly doesn't care. She calls Dr. Dr. Sloan a "Money Honey." Dr. Dr. Sloan takes great offense. So did Shelly. "I teach college!" she says.
So now everyone's intelligence has been insulted! Well, except for Neal. "You guys are condescending," Shelly huffs. With that, Dr. Dr. Sloan finally loses it and says she's not the one bragging about how she teaches college. Shelly asks if Will refused to apologize to her, and Dr. Dr. Sloan says she wasn't there, but she's pretty sure he said "hell no" and "who the fuck is Shelly Wexler?" Shelly leaves.
Neal calls the office to report his latest failure. "Sloan was smug," he explains as Dr. Dr. Sloan semi-smugly finishes her milkshake.
For some reason, we have to go back to Maggie. She says the kid in the corner of the classroom with the book was named Daniel, and she noticed that he didn't associate with the other children even during lunch. I noticed that Maggie is helping herself to the orphanage's food, as if they have enough to go around. Pastor Moses says Daniel's not actually an orphan, but he's staying there for a few days because his parents are afraid of cattle raiders in the area, who steal cattle and also kill everyone. His parents think Daniel will be safe at an orphanage, but they didn't count on Maggie stopping by! She decides to talk to Daniel, offering to read his book to him. Shouldn't she be reporting or something? Daniel's not even a real orphan.