Sam climbs into the back of the limo. She tells Funk that he seems nice enough, so "why not?" Why not get married, he wonders? No, why not let him buy her some coffee; "a cup, not a franchise." Oh, Sam, hold out for a small chain. Caribou would be a good one. Sam smells cupcakes. It turns out that Driver's wife makes cupcakes, and he's got some in the front seat. Driver's married? Poor Dena finally gets some attention, and it's from a dog. Funk starts describing some elaborate coffee date, but the cupcakes have triggered a memory in Sam.
Bad Sam strides through the office. Now, normally I'm one of the people who thinks that Good Sam and her cute little bob generally are cuter than Bad Sam and her blown out hair. But she is working it today, between the hair and the makeup and the tight blouse. Andrea asks Sam if she's going to see Chapman; she is, because she's going to tell him that he can't stick her with the work of the dude who had to take time off from work when his baby was born prematurely. Andrea asks Sam to put in a good word for her on her application for a promotion to a job in New York. Sam doesn't seem pleased at the thought of Andrea moving away, but she agrees to do her best. In Chapman's office, he's already prepared to be attacked about the baby thing, but he's nonplussed when Sam just asks him to deny Andrea the promotion. Sam's excuse is that Andrea is just too valuable... "to the company." Chapman agrees. Sam walks out and breaks the news to Andrea that Chapman just doesn't want to lose her. Andrea is pissed, and Sam suggests a trip to the Sweet Sugar Bake Shop.