Miles is still at work, because he obviously has nowhere else to go. He watches the footage of Beck and family going through the security line over and over again. I kind of feel like watching this show is like watching the same footage of someone going through an airport security line over and over again, actually. Miles picks up a pamphlet from one of Beck's cruises and looks thoughtful. He picks up the phone and calls Maureen. This time, she answers. She's surprised that he's calling, then a bit short with him. He tells her that he booked them a Mediterranean cruise. "You WHAT?" Maureen gasps, sounding like Miles just told her he booked them on a cruise on the River Styx. Settle down, Maureen. "I don't think that's such a good idea," she says; "maybe next spring you could take the kids." That's code for "after our divorce is final, you can take the children when you have custody." Miles stammers that he's happy to take the kids on a vacation, but he wants to see Maureen, too. He doesn't get it. Maureen just says that their son, Jake, has been "clingy" lately and possibly getting a cold, so she doesn't think the visit he planned for this weekend is a good idea after all. Miles says he can just spend time with the other kid who isn't clingy and possibly sick, but that's not what Maureen wants. "I think we should look at next weekend," she says icily. Miles sighs, and Maureen waits like three seconds before deciding that he must not be on the line anymore and hanging up. Damn, Maureen is like the Flash compared to the rest of the glaciers on this show.
And so, the Norton is put back together. In the course of this one episode, it has been taken apart and put back together. So much progress with the Norton, and yet, so little progress with EVERYTHING ELSE. Will lies that he's happy to give the Norton to Evan and that David "wanted" him to have it. Which is why he gave it to Will and not Evan. Evan says his father loved the motorcycle but hated actually riding it, because it was too scary. Funnily enough, if David had ridden the motorcycle instead of that train, he might still be alive. That is, if he's actually dead. Which he isn't. Evan then says that the only "honest conversation" he and his dad ever had was about baseball. Since meaningful dialogue (as opposed to stuff like Will repeating everything everyone says to him or telling Ed that codes cracked him like an egg) is so sparse on this show, both we and Will know that Evan's mention of baseball is meaningful. Sure enough, Will gets an idea. He asks Evan how many times the Yankees won the World Series. Evan answers 27 times. "Hm," Will says, as the suspenseful music that drowns out just about everything else tells us that this is important.