Miranda Richardson gets more than one scene this episode! Hooray! She parks her car in front of her brand new Secret Townhouse and heads inside. This means there will be a lot of slow walking and many shots of the house interior accompanied by a score that takes itself way too seriously. At one point, she finds a bathrobe by the bed with her husband's initials on it and some books on the bedside table. And, um ... that's it.
Maggie and Will walk to the gross cafeteria. Maggie is apparently some kind of secretary for Will now, and says he has a meeting with some guy named Mark about "support staff issues." Will is terrified at the thought of human contact and asks if the meeting can be cancelled due to it not sounding necessary or fun. Maggie says that's a bad idea, since Mark can be very helpful to Will down the road and so making a good impression on him now is important. Ha! Good luck with that, Will. Although I guess it won't matter what Mark's first impression of Will was after he's been bored to death. Maggie says they'll be "sweeping" the offices tomorrow as they do every month. I'm guessing they mean sweeping for bugs and not, like, sweeping the floors with a broom. Although, as we saw in the first episode, they do that, too. Sweeping seems to remind Will of David, and he asks Maggie if they've given his stuff to his wife yet. Maggie says no -- it's all still in the office. Isn't that Will's office now? He couldn't have taken a look around and figured out that David's stuff was still there himself? Idiot. Will asks Maggie if she thinks it's strange that Will has to be in David's old office and not, I guess, just allowed to keep the office he had before. No, not really. When you get promoted, you get a better office. It's awesome. Maggie says she thinks it's because "Kale," a.k.a. the Evil Boss, wants Will's office to be close to his. With that, Will graciously offers to pay for Maggie's lunch, which consists of a small bowl of iceberg lettuce and possibly a crouton or two. Big spender. Maggie rather daringly says this is the closest to a lunch date they'll ever get, which then creates an awkward pause. But everything creates an awkward pause when it comes to Will, so I can't tell if that's just one of the ordinary conversational awkward pauses or a special sexual tension awkward pause.