Will finds Maggie in her office doing whatever it is that she does, which also seems to include staying really late even though she's a Single Mom. He thanks her for her "help" today, and she asks him how it feels to get through that first day. "I'm tired," he says. He always looks tired. I'm tired, too. This show makes me want to sleep for a long time.
On his way out, Will finds Miles in his office watching the news on TV about a Nigerian uprising. He's upset because they knew this would happen and warned everyone about it, and yet, no one listened. "What's the point?" Miles wonders. Exactly, Miles. What is the point? I'd like to know before the end of the second hour of this show, please. Will shrugs that sometimes people listen to them and sometimes they don't. Clearly, in this case, they did not because no one cares about Nigeria. They have uprisings, like, all the time there! I am always getting emails from deposed Nigerian princesses whose parents were tragically killed in an uprising and now they need my help to access their fortune. So this particular uprising isn't that special. Will asks Miles to pay attention to him for a second so he can ask him once again to work on the Yuri Popovich photo. Miles yet again says he's got it under control, except not really, since he's just waiting for the CIA to call him back. Except they obviously aren't going to. FINALLY, Will steps up and takes control, turning Miles's TV off. Except then he tells him to go home and spend time with his wife and kids and not, like, do his fucking job. Miles nods, but as soon as Will is out of the office, he turns the TV back on again. He's determined to do the opposite of whatever his new boss tells him, apparently.