In Holly's apartment, Will is freaking out and saying that they should just turn themselves in and beg for mercy, because they are never going to be able to convince the INS agent that the marriage is real. Holly thinks it will be fine. Will points out that if they get caught, he'll never be able to run for elected office. Will, you'll never be able to run for elected office, period. Well, I guess he could run, but he certainly wouldn't get elected. Bailey says, "Will, can we worry about your political career after you move out of my basement?" Ha! Holly says they knew it would happen, just not so soon. Bailey points out that they have forty-eight hours to get to know one another as well as a real couple would. Will continues freaking out. Bailey comes up with a grand plan. Since Holly's his girlfriend and Will's his best friend, they both know Bailey really well. So, whenever Holly is asked a question about Will, she should answer how she would answer for Bailey, and Will should answer like Bailey would answer. If it seems way more complicated than it needs to be, that's because it is. Will still needs to learn all about Holly though, but Bailey can help with that.
Julia and Claudia do dishes. This is the only housework I've ever seen any Salinger do. Can't they just spring for a dishwasher? Claude is zoning out, and Julia snaps her out of it. Claudia says she had an amazing dream that involved Todd letting her drive his car, and then the car was flying, and then he gave her a heart-shaped key from his chest and said he loved her. Then there was a train going through a tunnel, and then a shot of the Washington Monument, and then a rocket blasting off, and then a geyser exploding. Claudia thinks it was an incredible dream. Julia brings her down by pointing out that it was just a dream. Claudia is still caught up in the dream, so Julia points out that Claude shouldn't get so caught up in something she wishes Todd said. Jeez, Julia, can't you let Claudia be happy for five minutes?
Charlie and Bailey are in the factory and going to "inspect the line." Bailey is telling Charlie that something is not a disaster. Maybe he's talking about the show? Because he's wrong. Bailey reveals that he's talking about the fact that they are a week or two behind in their deliveries, which wouldn't be so bad, except that it's getting worse. Last week they were only six days behind, and now they are eight days behind. Charlie wants to talk to the foreman, Mitch, about the problem. Then there's a really boring discussion of the assembly line and throughput and bottlenecks and I zone out for a while. When I come back, I figure out that Charlie has an idea of how to run the line so that it's more productive, but Mitch doesn't want to try it. Basically, it's a big pissing match between Charlie and Mitch. Normally, I would always take the opposite side of Charlie, but he is the owner, so it seems like he should automatically win. Bailey tries to get Mitch to look at the big picture. Mitch says he was hired away from his last job for his expertise, and that they promised him "no micromanagement." Charlie gets the last word by telling Mitch just to do it.