The next morning, Maggie's wandering around the streets of New York. In the background, we see a sign for a coffee shop called "Crust Crust Crust." That is a terrible name for a coffee shop. And yet, it makes total sense to me that a coffee shop on this show should be called that. Maggie looks over her shoulder as she enters a building and knocks on a door. And it's ... Kale's apartment! Hey, this might be exciting! Hooray! Kale lets her in, and it looks like this is actually a hotel room and not his apartment. She sits on the edge of the bed and he pulls up a chair while making creepy comments about smelling hyacinth. Then he gets down to business, saying that someone named Walter asked how she was doing, and Kale said that Maggie was "having fun." Maggie says her job isn't exactly "fun," but when Kale adds that it allows her to take care of her daughter, she backtracks slightly. With that, Kale asks for a gossip update on Will's team, as this is apparently Maggie's other job. She says that Grant is jealous of Will's new position, Miles is being a weirdo as usual, and Tanya might be an alcoholic. "Or not ... " Maggie then adds helpfully. Because if someone throws up, it must be from alcohol. Not, like, a virus or nerves or anything like that. Anyway, Kale really only wants to know how Will is doing, but Maggie doesn't have much to say about his performance, so we end the scene. Damn, that was almost intriguing.
Will runs into NotHal on his way out of the office, much to NotHal's chagrin. He doesn't want to be seen talking to Will, which is perfectly understandable. NotHal says that if Will wants his help in the future, it has to be authorized. Will quickly agrees to this, clearly not meaning a word he says. NotHal says the crossword puzzles appeared a few days after a Hezbollah attack that killed hundreds of Marines and the day after, a bunch of high-ranking Hezbollah officials "disappeared." And Will couldn't have looked that up himself? Seriously? That would have taken me like three seconds on the BBC website to figure out. But I guess the only person on this show with access to a computer is NotHal, so this makes sense in a weird way. Also, I'd appreciate it if this show would figure out when it takes place. Making a 70s-style conspiracy thriller is all well and good, but if you're going to place it in the year 2010 in a government think tank, you kind of have to put some modern technology in there, too. Will mutters something about how this "go" code he thinks he's discovered is for revenge operations and jogs up the stairs.