Back at work, Dan and Casey are walking around, and they figure they can focus now because they have sandwiches. I don't understand it either. These guys act just like I did at university whenever I was procrastinating on starting on a major paper. Casey bitches at Dave to get a ladder out of the way because he's already walked under it seven times and they don't need any more bad luck. I wonder who runs the plantation when Casey's not around. Dave goes to get a grip to help him move it. Dan and Casey head into the editing room where they pledge to "focus," and by "focus" I guess they mean "eat our sandwiches," and I have trouble figuring out why they needed to go to the editing room to do that. Dan says, "Can you believe she sent me flowers right out of the blue?" So much for focusing. Casey says, "Back to the office." They get up. Ha ha! They couldn't focus! They leave the editing room, and a blonde woman in a purple dress says, "Hey Danny, did you get my flowers?" And I have decided there are not nearly enough cute blonde women in purple dresses saying those exact words to me. Dan turns around and is stunned by Rebecca; then he is stunned by a ladder in the back of his head as the grip swings it around. Dan falls over. Oh my God! They killed Danny!
Back from commercials, Dan is sitting in a chair getting fussed over by Tertiary Characters, Lesser Tertiary Characters, and Rebecca. Dan is really acting like a big pussy here -- you'd think he'd been gutshot or something. Casey says hi to Rebecca, and the two of them tell each other how great they look, and Rebecca asks Casey if he's been working out, and he has been. So much for Danny, I guess, who interrupts to re-focus the attention back on him and his "massive head wound." Casey leaves. "So you got my flowers," says Rebecca. Dan pretends not to really recall as he gets up. That's my boy! He says it's six o'clock and he and Casey are having a little focus problem. "Why?" asks Rebecca. Dan says Continental Corp. is being sold. Rebecca knows. "I wasn't sure the west coast office had heard about the news. I knew the east coast office where you used to work heard about it." Whew! To think I was worried Dan might be a little bitter about her leaving with her husband. "I've moved back here," says Rebecca. "I gotta get back to work," says Dan and walks past her. "Steve and I are divorced now," she says. Danny stops and says, "You're actually divorced? I mean, not just in Rebecca-land." Faced with such sweet-talking, Rebecca says, "Would you like to take me to dinner?" and Dan, still not falling for her chutzpah, says, "I just got hit in the head with a ladder, I have to buy you food now?" She says she can help him focus. "That's right," he says, "because you've always had that effect on me." Anyway, the tension between them seems to dissipate and they start walking, Dan to get back to work, Rebecca to go wait in the green room. "Rebecca," says Dan. "You really do look good." "I know," she says, and spins on her heel to go wait until Dan has time for the privilege of taking her to dinner.