"We're women," Dana repeats. Casey makes a snarky comment about how there's considerable evidence to support that theory. Dana goes on about women keeping it together when the going gets tough. "That's what we do," she explains. Casey's a little incredulous at this. "Well, we're men. We're petrified. That's what we do," he says, making Natalie smile. Dan says they've found that giving in to their fears has made them stronger. Casey points out that it's also made them pathetic. "But mostly stronger," offers Dan. Then they remind Dana and Natalie that if they're sad or mad or scared, they should say so, because Dan and Casey might be able to say something to make them feel better. "That's the other thing we do," says Casey. Dana and Natalie consider this. "Did you say a lisp?" says Dana. "Yes," says Casey. "Denny Denton was doing Jesus with a lisp?" she says. Casey says yes again. "And that's why someone tried to blow us up." "Yes." "I still hate you, you know." "Yes." "Isaac had a stroke and somebody tried to blow up the building. We're not having our best week, are we?" Casey says "no," then tells her, checking his watch, that they're going to get some good news in about eleven seconds. "Good news? What?" says Dana. "You ready?" says Casey. Then, over the intercom, Elliot: "Three minutes to air, first team to the studio." Dana and Natalie both laugh. Casey says, "Have a good show," and he and Dan smile as they leave the office. Oh, all right. Aw.
Episode Report CardDaniel: B+ | 379 USERS: C+
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