Maggie heads off to sit by herself or with the other secretaries or whatever while Will sits with Miles, Grant, and Tanya. Miles is having a fit about a newspaper's small mention of "political unrest" in Nigeria that he thinks actually means a bloodbath, as it turns out that the phones are down there and the embassy has been evacuated. Will doesn't really care, telling Miles to focus on Yuri Popovich. Miles says he's "all over it," although when Will asks him for a progress report, Miles doesn't really have anything to offer and seems stung by Will's request, as he doesn't seem to understand that Will is his boss now. Tanya speaks up to say that they've identified one of the men in the photo, but don't know much about him. Grant sulks into his cup of Jell-O until Will asks him about the career day. Grant says that since he can't tell his kids what he actually does for a living, they think he's unemployed. And where do they think he goes every day wearing a suit? Please. Miles says he told his kids that he makes "secret video games." Wait, Miles has kids? How did he reproduce? I'm not buying it.
Following that boring lunch, Will heads down to NotHal's office and asks for an update. NotHal's research came up very little except a bunch of crossword puzzles in major newspapers with identical clues back in 1983. But, NotHal says, they don't seem to have any "code indications." Will tells NotHal to keep looking, as if NotHal has nothing else to do. NotHal tries to explain to Will that if he's caught doing off-the-record research for Will, he'll be fired. Will can't be bothered to figure out NotHal's real name, so he certainly doesn't care at all about whether or not he'll lose his job.
Katherine talks to one of her dead husband's friends, named Wheeler, who we also saw in that special Four Leaf Clover society meeting. She wants to know if Tom's secret townhouse was his adultery love nest, but he feigns ignorance. He thinks it might have just been a place for Tom to go during the day to "decompress," but Katherine says no -- he slept there and there was a large table and chairs where he clearly had guests over. And he had a Graham Greene novel and Katherine thought he hated Graham Greene. Wheeler has no explanation for this, so he hugs her instead. "I still don't believe you," she says. "Believe me," he says. "I don't. I really don't," she says. FASCINATING.