Miles calls Will into his office to look at something he's working on. Grant joins them, even though Miles obviously doesn't want him there. Miles is looking at the names of four cities: Larnaca, Seville, Ajaccio, and Dubrovnik, and trying to figure out how they're connected. We don't find out why he's trying to figure this out, though, so I kind of don't care. Will is able to provide a list of similarities between the four cities, from rainforests to their place in the Roman Empire. Then he suggests that the cities might not be a pattern, but someone's itinerary. This seems to be the key, as Miles puts his hand on his mouth in surprise. So it never occurred to these super-smart people that a list of cities might have something to do with traveling? And where did they get that list? Why do we care?
We take a few minutes to look at Will's office, the camera lingering on shots of all of his books and charts and stuff in a passage of time montage that seems to last as long as the time it's supposed to be skipping. Then it's lunchtime and Maggie is there to take Will out. He cancels on her, saying he has too much work. Maggie says she'll accept his cancellation only if it's just a postponement and they'll have lunch on a later date. We don't know much about Will so far, but I can already guess that date will be the 12th of Never. Maggie leaves, and Will has so much work to do that he immediately puts his notebook down and picks up a crossword puzzle, only to find that it has the same answer for Five-Down (the Latin term for a four-leaf clover) as he saw in Tanya's puzzle earlier. He opens up another paper and sees, again, the same clue and the same answer.