Will shows up at work and says hello to Maggie. "Welcome. Back. (pause) How'd. It. Go?" she asks. "Interesting." Will says. "That's it? (pause) Interesting?" she says. "That's it," Will says. I wish I could missile strike whoever wrote the dialogue on this show. I'm sure any children hit in the blast would be willing to make the sacrifice. Will walks into his office, his shiny new Spanglercase in hand. And then he tosses it in the corner and rolls the globe/hidden chess game in front of it so that Spangler can truly know how much Will valued his generous gift. Such an asshole. Will walks back out to Maggie's desk and adds "it's good to be back." "..." Maggie says. "Nice to see you," Will says. "..." Maggie responds.
And once again, Will comes into the team leader meeting just as it's concluding. Shockingly, however, we see that today, Kale is wearing a gray shirt, which is quite the change from his usual blacks and dark blues. Now how will we know he's evil?! Kale asks Will how the trip went. "Good. Productive," Will says. "It was an honor," Kale lectures, handing Will his team's files. Will asks why Spangler chose him for that honor. "For some reason, he thinks you have potential," Kale shrugs. I kind of love how Kale used to like Will enough to give him this promotion, but in just a few short weeks has realized how useless and terrible Will is.
Will catches up to Miles in the hallway. As opposed to saying hello or asking him how his last few days went or giving any kind of shit about Miles at all, Will bugs him for information about Donald Bloom. When was Miles supposed to have gotten that? When he was tied up for the last two days agonizing over whether or not to kill a bunch of innocent people? Last night, when he was drunk? And yet, somehow, he found the time to do what Will asked. He got Will a picture of Bloom's license (from Virginia), and says he just flew into JFK not two days ago. If I gave a shit about any of this anymore, I might find that ominous. And if Donald Bloom really wanted to stay secret and hard to find information on, he wouldn't use his real name on a freaking drivers license.
Tanya and Grant wait for Will and Miles to show up in the meeting room. Neither of them look the worse for wear after presumably getting wasted the night before, and Tanya even picked up Grant's favorite non-donuts on her way in. Will and Miles enter, and Will hands out the files and says "the trip was great. Thank you," all put out that his underlings didn't ask him how it went as soon as he entered the freaking room. Even though he knows what they were stuck doing in his absence. He's such a dick! Tanya refuses to give a shit about Will's trip and instead asks what happened with Khateb. Will reads through a file and says their recommendations were accepted, and, sure enough, Khateb's safehouse was blown up. They still don't know if they actually managed to kill Khateb, nor will they until some time has gone by and Khateb "either surfaces again or doesn't," as Will either answers or doesn't. Tanya finds this all a bit anticlimactic after what she just went through. No one says anything about whether or not any civilians were killed in the missile strike, or if Indonesia is rethinking their decision not to let Khateb simply be captured instead of blown out of existence along with a bunch of innocent citizens. And with that, Will says they're going to get back to the Yuri Popovich case. Grant starts updating the team with the latest Yuri non-developments. Instead of listening to him, Will looks out the window.