This really just sets up Jeremy telling Louise about Natalie. He alludes to making her dinner and falling asleep, and says things have seemed kind of awkward between the two of them since then. Let's see, Jeremy snores while Natalie guzzles wine -- yep, it's a mystery to me why Natalie has gone off Jeremy a little bit. Anyway, his letter moves into the present day as Jeremy talks about hearing music, and WE HEAR MUSIC, and the rest of the gang stumbles in completely bombed. It has been an hour, people. Either the Sports Night crew are really amazing drinkers, or they're really terrible drinkers. Dana slurringly yells for the music to be cranked up louder, and of course it is "Boogie Shoes," and Dana tosses her jacket aside and starts shimmying with Jeremy, who wonders what's going on, like maybe he has never seen a drunk person before. Apparently, drunken Dana got them thrown out of the bar. Casey is blabbing about something to do with Barney Fife for some reason that I didn't catch, and the show's almost over so it's much too late for me to rewind to catch some muffled dialogue. Dan is doing that pointing sprinkler dance thing with some girl we've never seen before. Dave comes in with another girl we've never seen before. Dana rather unfairly puts her arms around Casey's neck, gives him a come-hither look, and starts dancing. Dan's girl is getting very friendly with him. And by "very friendly," I mean rubbing her ass around the general vicinity of his crotch.
Natalie pulls Jeremy aside. I thank God she's not drunk. She says she's going to do something and she doesn't want to startle him. Then she leans forward and kisses him. Aw. And she brought him stamps. Aw!
Jeremy signs off by telling Louise that Dan got over his writer's block. Turns out this girl (whose ass has moved from Dan's crotch to the photocopier) is a professional beach volleyball player who is a fan of Dan's. She's really impressed with his writing and asks, "What goes through your head?" as he drunkenly and blatantly leers down her dress. "And in that moment, Dan was reminded once again of why he wanted to write in the first place. It's for the same reason anybody does anything...to impress women." Well, that really gets you right about there, doesn't it?