Back to Dana and Casey, on their way to the conference room. Dan asks if Casey understands his problem. Casey says no. I think he thought Dan asked if he cared about his problem. Natalie scurries over. "Are you going to call Rebecca?" she asks. Dan says he will, and Natalie squeals that Rebecca can't wait and goes into the conference room. "I can't call Rebecca," says Dan worriedly to Casey, who finally seems to understand. Still, he doesn't have any advice. He just asks loudly if anyone knows what the meeting is about, and Dana curtly says, "Isaac called it." Casey asks if there's any food, and Dana snaps that the caterer called in sick. Casey asks Natalie what Dana's problem is, but Natalie wisely says nothing. Casey then puts his balls in all kinds of danger by leaning forward and asking Dana, "Is it Nature's special time?" She says, "Bite me so hard for that," and she's pretty pissed. Isaac comes in and says this won't take long. He says there's going to be a piece in tomorrow's Wall Street Journal. "Don't worry about it," says Isaac, and makes to leave, drawing protest from the group. "What are you, Agatha Christie?" says Dan. Dana asks what's in the Journal. Isaac says again not to worry about it, and leaves. "Well, that was reassuring," says Casey, and then we get a shot of everybody turning their heads to look at Dana. Commercials.
The next day, Dana is skulking outside Isaac's office, looking like she's trying to listen in. Enter Casey. Dana, in a hushed voice, says that Casey can't go in because Isaac's in there with J.J. Casey, whispering, wants to know what she's doing. Dana says she's waiting for him to be done with J.J. Casey tries to ask a couple more questions, but Dana doesn't feel like answering them. Danny strolls up. Dana tells him that Isaac's in with J.J. Dan says he didn't think it was so bad. "Who do you think the source was on the quote?" asks Dana. Both Casey and Danny think it was Luther. Dana says they're both idiots. Casey wants to know who she thinks it was, then. She says she also thinks it was Luther; she was just saying they're both idiots. The two dingbats now try to come up with a plan to crash the meeting. Dan says Casey should knock on the door and say he's looking for a pencil, but Casey dismisses that as "too obvious" and suggests a staple remover instead. "Staple remover's good!" says Danny. Dana does this little hocus-pocus hand gesture and explains she was hoping they both might burst into flames. I've tried that one a few times myself.