Later, we're in the middle of the show with Casey delivering his lines pretty flat-line and then flubbing a throw to a field reporter, because he's distracted, I guess. They've got five minutes and forty seconds to annoy me before they go back live. Dan asks if Casey knows why Dan's ticked. Casey successfully pinpoints it -- that it's not just Casey winning, but that he wanted to win, as though Dan wasn't just as guilty of that as well. "I really can't take it anymore," says Casey, as the two of them get up and take off their mikes, but he's talking about Dana, not Dan. Dan expresses genuine concern at first, but Casey won't tell him what's going on, saying only that it has to do with underwear, so Dan starts going off on Casey cheating on the poll. Casey's not paying attention and moves toward the control room to talk to Dana, then thinks better of it, at least for now. "Whatever," says Dan, summing up the entire episode.
In the control room, Jeremy tells Natalie he has no problem with her writing to his sister. He tells her this about fifty times, protesting too much. Dana banishes him to the sidelines so she can talk to Natalie. Dana wants to know if Casey knows about the panties thing, because he's been acting strangely. Natalie denies it many times before confessing that she told Casey, claiming she did so "accidentally," which is a big fat lie.