Anyway, Will just yells at Grant for not being culturally sensitive before asking Tanya if George is religious, a.k.a. Mohammad Al-Muslim. Tanya starts to say that George belongs to what appears to be a moderate mosque, but then Miles interrupts to ask why they're even doing this work, since Russians and Germans aren't their area of expertise. Will says this is what they were ordered to do. "That isn't an answer," Miles says while doing his best impersonation of French Stewart. Seriously, Miles. Open your freaking eyes. He whines a request to hand the assignment over to the team that works on Eastern European matters so they can focus on their usual Middle Eastern beat. Wait, wasn't he whining about how no one paid attention to his warnings about Nigeria last week? Since when was Nigeria part of the Middle East? Will ignores Miles's whining and asks him if he has anything about the third guy in the photo. "Not a clue. We don't know shit about these guys," he says. Can Will fire him already? He is terrible at this stuff.
Will is doing his usual "work" of sitting on the couch with a pad of paper in his lap when Kale saunters in, asking Will for something about Sudan (also in the Middle East, I guess) and his team's report on Yuri and Friends. Will hems and haws, and Kale is annoyed, pointing out that Will said he'd have something for Spangler last Friday and if he couldn't deliver what Spangler requested in 24 hours then he shouldn't have said he could. "He was testing you. You failed," Kale says. Yes, he certainly did. Fire him. Will duhs out a "that was a test?" like Kale didn't just say that. "Yeah," Kale says. Okay, I think we've very clearly established three times over that that was a test. Please continue with the show. Kale offers to give "B and D" a "nudge" to get back to Will's team with the information they requested. Again, what the hell is "B and D?" Because when I looked it up on Google, it came up with Black and Decker, Bondage and Discipline, and Bondage and Domination, and I'm pretty sure those aren't it. Will pathetically agrees to let Kale hold his hand.
Oh my god, you guys!!! Maggie just dropped some files on the floor while attempting to pour herself some coffee. "Dammit!" she says. Kale swoops in to watch her collect her stuff off the ground but not so much help her pick anything up, which I enjoy. "Are you all right?" he asks, because on this show, moving quickly and raising your voice is a very good indication that something is horribly wrong. Maggie says she isn't, and then she and Kale are walking outside and Maggie is telling Kale about how her daughter's father "just showed up" and "scared the shit out of" her. Apparently, this show just realized that it's allowed to say "shit" and is making the most out of it. By the way, it won't surprise you to know that Kale is wearing a very evil black leather trenchcoat. Kale guesses that the father said he wanted to be part of Maggie and Sophie's life again. Maggie nods that he did, but not that she automatically told him no. "People don't change," Kale says; "stay away from him." Maggie doesn't want to, however, because it would give her daughter a chance to "grow up in a normal family." Kale realizes that this show has better things to address than this single mom in trouble borefest -- like, you know, the government conspiracy borefests -- and walks away.