In Isaac's office, Dana is perched on his desk, going on about her fear of fish and how she's not embarrassed to admit it, although I think she ought to be, so let's skip all this and get right to the heart of the problem, shall we? Isaac fixes himself a drink, so I guess it's at least noon. He asks if everything's all right with her and Gordon. She gets a little anxious and says, "Yeah, I'm just, I'm 33." She starts fidgeting. "And I'm very much afraid of fish." She gets up to leave. "Okay," says Isaac. Dana pauses at the door for a second, then walks out. All right, Huffman did that last bit so well that all the annoying stuff about her fear of fish was worth it. Commercials.
Rebecca's office. Rebecca's on the phone when Jeremy comes in, and he tells her he can wait until she's off. Covering the mouthpiece, she asks him what he needs. "That's a fair question," he says, prompting her to immediately hang up the phone, probably to keep the line clear for when she has to call security. Jeremy says he's there to welcome her to the building. "I've been working here for three years," she says. "Yes," says Jeremy. "I misspoke, I'm new here." Jeremy's well-thought-out plan crumbling, she suggests he start again; he's about to when she tells him he's from Sports Night and here to say nice things about Dan. He admits it. She asks if everyone who works for the show is deranged. He says everyone but him. She tells him he needed a better plan. "Won't you please go out with Dan?" he says. She makes a crack about how "Kiki at cheerleader tryouts" told her Dan said in the cafeteria that he liked her, which was pretty funny. Rebecca says she has experience with sportscasters; she was married to one. Jeremy asks which one, and she tells him it's none of his business. "They are self-absorbed, narrow-minded, immature people of limited intelligence and limitless ego," she says. Jeremy says, "It's none of my business, but if that's the kind of thing you told your husband..." but Rebecca cuts him off before he can get too far with that. He moves to leave, but turns back to tell her she can go out with Dan or not, but nothing she just said describes Dan. Huh. He must have missed the "self-absorbed," "immature," and "limitless ego" bits. Rebecca thanks him. He says, "Welcome to the building!" and leaves a reflective Rebecca.