Anyway, Dana walks into this scene just to annoy me and gets the lowdown on Casey, and she wants to know if he can write for his show. Casey says he's fine, even though he bumps into his desk as he walks around it to get to work. Anyway, we learn that Dana came in to, as usual, pretend that everyone gives a crap about her little problems. The important bulletin she comes in to give Dan and Casey is that she didn't get Sam a cake. Also, as usual, whatever character Dana is speaking to is not used for an actual conversation, but as a sounding board so Dana can work through her own feelings. Dana thinks it would have been hypocritical to get Sam a cake since they're relieved he's going. Dan says he's not relieved Sam's going. Dana says that's because Dan didn't have to answer to Sam every day for three months. Three months? Okay, whatever. Just jump him and get it over with, Dana. She bitches some more about how he took control of the show, took control of everything, so it's not out of line if she is relieved to see him going. And, as usual, the person Dana's talking to realizes they don't even have to be there for this conversation, so the best course of action is to just keep nodding and agreeing with her until she shuts up and goes away, which she mercifully does. Dan looks over at Casey, who is busy typing and Dan suggests that Casey is just typing gibberish, which Casey admits.
Next scene. Jeremy is grumpily striding down the hall when Dana accosts him (well, kind of accosts him, because they both keep walking) and asks him, "What's going on?" Jeremy starts to tell her about the Ukrainian handball captain again, and I'm willing to bet that, with the exception perhaps of English football players, few countries on Earth can match the US sporting industry for tales of drug abuse, barroom brawls, fraud, sexual assaults, and just plain violence and greed, so if the American sports media could quit the superiority act towards all things non-American, I'm sure we'd all appreciate it, thanks so much.