Oh! Miranda Richardson! Remember her? From three seconds in the first episode? Well, now she's at the reading of her husband's will. She gets a share of everything, the other parts of the estate going to Tom's first wife, who is not played by Miranda Richardson so who cares, and his children. Miranda (Katherine, as it turns out, is her character's name) will also get a bunch of properties and, in a very recently-added codicil (two days before his death), one of Tom's companies and a townhouse in New York City that Katherine clearly did not know existed.
Barfing Tanya arrives in the meeting room with a cardboard box full of donuts, as per Grant's request in the last episode. I'm guessing she won't tell them that she had that box with her when she went into the bathroom stall and barfed. She gives Will a rather insincere-sounding "congrats" on his promotion and he asks her how she's doing in just the second week of her job at API. Only her second week and she's already had one boss die and a bad case of food poisoning? Tanya's life is totally more interesting than Will's. She says it's going fine, and then Miles walks in all excited because Will's guess about his secret code last episode was correct. It was an itinerary, and one belonging to British Prime Minister David Cameron. Miles was able to tell the British intelligence agents about it in time, but he complains that "they weren't very grateful." That's because the new prime minister is slashing government spending across the board! Deep cuts! Belt-tightening time, MI5! Also, English people never like to sound grateful for anything. Will ignores Miles and asks where Grant is. Miles says he's at his kid's school's career day, like what exactly is he going to tell a bunch of kids about his super-secret job? And will they be as bored to tears about it as I've been thus far? And shouldn't Grant's boss know about this and not stupid Miles?
Will decides to begin the meeting without Grant. He starts trying to make a little speech about how he's suddenly their new boss after being a co-worker, but then Grant storms in and interrupts. He is disgusted with Tanya's donuts, as she apparently got them from the wrong place. The right place is not Dunkin Donuts, however, so I can no longer trust Grant's opinion on donuts. It turns out he wants beignets, which, though Wikipedia says are "much like a donut," are not, actually, donuts, as Tanya points out. Hell yeah, Tanya! Get some backbone! Will does not exercise his new authority to chew Grant out for being a bully as well as late to the morning meeting, though. He just hands out the latest assignments and says their main focus today has to be Yuri Popovich. "Why," Grant asks with much attitude. Will has an opportunity to assert himself as the new boss right here, but instead he just stammers out that these are Spangler's orders.