Charlie walks into his office to meet with a client, Ms. Wong. He gets her place of business wrong, which is always a great way to make a first impression, unless of course you want to actually stay in business. He apologizes and Ms. Wong offers to bring him up to speed. She is a buyer for a chain of hotels that is repositioning to serve a more upscale clientele. They have seventy-two hotels, each with fifty rooms, and each room has two chairs, and they want the chairs to be Charlie's "Diana chairs." Charlie shows off his math skills and says, "Wow, that's like a billion chairs or something." I know it sounds like I made that up, but that was the actual line. Ms. Wong says it's more like seven thousand (and it's actually seven thousand two hundred). Charlie says they are a small operation and Ms. Wong tells him to get bigger. Charlie keeps throwing all these reasons at her why they can't take her order. Hey, you know what is not a good way to grow your business? Refuse orders that might make you a lot of money. Charlie, just accept the order and then find a way to do it! This is a huge opportunity. Ms. Wong says pretty much the same thing and Charlie still tries to talk her into not placing the order. Ms. Wong says, "You aren't actually thinking of turning us down, are you?" when what she really should be doing is booking out of there and finding a company that is somewhat professional. Charlie says, "I don't know."
Griffin and Will are trying to help Fiona use a sewing machine. That is, if you understand help to mean "shamelessly flirt and do everything but break out in a fistfight over a woman." Bailey interrupts and says they are taking the sewing machine back to Holly's place so that Fiona can get some work done. Holly points out that Fiona is leaving in a few days. Fiona says she was thinking of staying longer. Holly reminds her of the wedding that she needs to attend in London. Fiona says, "What she really wants is to get me out of her flat." There's that Brit speak again. Griffin offers up his couch, but Will says there is plenty of room in the house. Bailey's all "Excuse me?" and Holly's all "I'm outta here." Bailey says he has a bunch of appointments lined up for Fiona today. Will wonders what the rush is. Bailey says it's important that she get started right away, because it's her future. Not that he's projecting or anything. Fiona wants to stay and finish her coffee, but Bailey asks her if she wants F.B.E. to turn out to be F.B.S. Ha! That was kind of funny. Fiona Britspeaks, "Bloody hell, no." Bailey carries the sewing machine out while Will makes faces at him. Fiona struts out and says, "See ya, fellas!" and Griffin and Will stare after her.