Karen goes downtown to Dev's cavernous office and finds horrible Denby, who points out that it's his office now, as he's the press secretary. Which Karen didn't know, because no one tells her things. Dev is relegated to a bullpen desk, which RJ is sitting on, chatting flirtatiously about some book she enjoyed but he thought was awful (I amuse myself by thinking they're talking about Fifty Shades of Grey) when Karen arrives. Karen's all wounded that Dev didn't tell her he didn't get the press secretary job, and she picks a fight. The difference in their maturity levels is never more apparent than during this argument. Dev defuses it by saying that Karen is more upset that Dev didn't tell her than by the fact that he didn't get the job, and Karen invites him to the movie, because he apparently loves Casual Friday 1. O-kay.
Eileen's office. She's reading an item about Rebecca and Colin on Page Six, then turns to looks at Nick's dossier and calls him to be all "Things are so crazy at work right now! It's not you, it's me!" Maybe she should throw in that she got divorced five minutes ago and still likes to throw cocktails at her ex-husband from time to time. Nick picks up from his answering machine--he has an answering machine!--and he talks Eileen into meeting in person to dump him. And then Rebecca shows up to thank Eileen for "another great day." She explains about Colin in a very general "Bitches be crazy" way, and then says she wants to talk about the scene they were rehearsing. She loves the new pages from Julia and wants to get everyone together to discuss more of her ideas to make Bombshell less song-and-dancey. She sails out and Eileen summons her minions.
Eileen, Derek and Julia arrive at Tom's place, which is PALATIAL. His entranceway is the size of my kitchen. Derek snarks that at least this last-minute work session gets them out of sitting through Casual Friday 2, to which Julia says she was excited about the movie, because her life is grim and meaningless. Eileen and Tom agree (about wanting to see the movie). Tom gets defensive when no one believes him, and says he still thinks Rebecca's a great actress, even though she can't sing. Julia says that won't be a problem, since the show is now Long Day's Journey Into Marilyn. Eileen declares that they won't expand any more scenes if Rebecca asks, which shocks everyone. "You've already written a marvelous musical, and I want to keep it that way." They have? I guess Tom and Julia finished the book and the songs since last week? Sure.