Jeremy is sitting at Casey's desk looking at his ex-girlfriend's site (I'm assuming). Dana proudly tells them she's "got the psychological end of this covered." Casey says he and Jeremy are "taking care of business over here" and I still fail to see how staring at a computer screen is such a big help, and Dana figures they've got nothing to worry about, and everybody says "yep" about fifty times, but you can tell they're all really worried, especially Dana, who leaves. Commercials.
Back, Jeremy is still at Casey's desk because apparently Casey was all too happy to give up his pro-active leadership role, as he is now lounging on the couch stuffing his face with a sandwich. Jeremy says something about the Dow Jones, but neither he nor Casey have any idea what it means, which I guess would explain Dana's worried look earlier. Natalie walks in, looking for Dan. Casey says, "He's got Sprewell at the Garden" and at first I thought he said, "He's got Sprewell to guard," which wouldn't make any sense unless Natalie was looking for Dan Majerle. Since Dan's unavailable, Natalie asks to speak to Jeremy, so Casey takes over the important job of staring at the computer. Casey asks him what the warning signs are. Jeremy says lights will go off along with bells and a siren and that will mean they're all in trouble. The look on Casey's face is priceless as he thinks Jeremy is serious. "Really?" he asks. "Yeah," says Jeremy and leaves with Natalie. Casey takes a bite of his sandwich and watches the screen intently. It was funny. You know what? No one has severely irritated me this week!