Peter walks into Isaac's office, where Isaac puts down a newspaper and greets him. Not far behind Peter, Dana comes in and announces, "I'm here too!" in her typical I-can't-mind-my-own-business-and-do-my-own-work way. Isaac says, "Thank God," which made me laugh. The upshot of this scene is that the Manhattan district attorney's office has subpoenaed CSC's footage of last night's riot as "evidence." Isaac and Peter have no problem turning it over, but Dana suggests refusing. I wish I could say that Dana's proposed refusal was based on some deeply-held belief or principle or desire not be used (and not to be seen as being used) as an investigative tool by the government, but it's just because she feels like "being ornery." I didn't know anyone besides Yosemite Sam actually used the word "ornery," but whatever. Isaac says, "You two can leave now." Heh. Speaking of ornery! Dana wonders what might happen if they refuse, and Peter tells her they could be cited for contempt and go to jail. Naturally, Dana's commitment to orneriness crumbles. Peter leaves as requested, but of course Dana stays behind to bug Isaac (and me) some more. She asks Isaac if he heard about Jeremy and Natalie. Isaac says no. Once again, instead of just letting him know that they broke up, Dana says, "Okay, here's what I'm going to do. I'm going to take care of this footage, then I'm going to stop by Dan and Casey's office to fill them in about Jeremy and Natalie, then I'm going to come back here and I'm going to talk to you." She's in full Crisis Management mode, pacing and wringing her hands, and I don't really see the drama here. Isaac says, "That sounds good. Why don't you do everything you just said except coming back here and talking to me." Isaac is my hero. Dana does one of her patented Near Exits before whirling around and coming back to blather some more. At least this time it's work-related; she says they could refuse to hand over the tape. Isaac makes a joke about the fact that, if he'd been able to figure out a way to send Dana to prison, he'd have done so a long time ago. Then he kicks her out of his office -- for good this time, I hope.
Kim and Natalie walk through the halls discussing that night’s show and something to do with Kobe Bryant, using up the remainder of Kim's Line Allotment for this week. Kim then does a Scene Handoff to Jeremy, who springs up from his desk to talk to Natalie, who of course keeps walking. He still hasn't gotten his stuff back, and he asks if maybe she'd prefer just to give him her keys so he can let himself in, an option that appears to disgust Natalie, although she dumped on him earlier with her "moving van in the shop" crack. She promises he'll get his magic 8-ball back. T.C. Elliot pops in to tell Natalie that Dana wants to see Natalie in her office. Natalie leaves, irritatedly repeating to Jeremy that he'll get his stuff back. Jeremy makes a "not impressed" face and walks away.