Isaac's office. Jeremy walks in and proceeds to put my Catholic upbringing to shame by knowing more about Easter than I do. Isaac still isn't interested in listening, but Jeremy presses on with more Jesus babbling, the resurrection, God made flesh, et cetera, because he did a "search" on the word "resurrection." I did a search on "resurrection" too and I got a bunch of crap about video games. So then I did a search on "bootylicious." Anyway, Jeremy has one question: "This relates to the bunny rabbit how?" Isaac's delivery of "get out" is perfect.
Dana and Gordon are snuggling in the control room when Casey hammers on the window and suggests they get a room. He says it jokingly, but they really should. As he comes into the editing room, Dana and Gordon unpeel from each other in a too-late nod to decorum. Casey and Gordon make friendly small talk, and when Casey says, "You're here early," Gordon says, "I like to watch Dana in action," and putting aside the fact he deserves a punch in the nose for the way he said that, I figured Ted McGinley would be the sole cast member who wanted the laugh track cranked even higher and expanded to include the hooting and whistling he'd get after delivering a line like that on Married With Children. Dana decides she should do some work and tells Gordon, "Shout if you need me," and he follows her and says, "I need you," and Dana giggles. At least I think she giggled -- I was too busy groaning at the weeniest way possible a guy could ever tell a woman he needs her. Dana leaves. Casey asks Gordon if he's ever met a woman who works downstairs named Sally. "Really tall?" says Gordon, who then says yes, they've talked a couple of times. "Yeah," says Casey, thoughtfully. Gordon just looks at him. After a moment, Casey starts to walk away, Gordon watching him. Casey stops, pauses, then comes back and says, "Don't take my friendship with Dana for granted." "What do you mean?" says Gordon. Casey explains that it's fine to pretend he's secretly in love with Dana as long as that's all it is -- but he cares about her a lot and would go to certain lengths to keep her from harm. Gordon crosses his arms. "What's on your mind, Casey?" says Gordon. Casey: "You're wearing my shirt, Gordon." I love this scene. I never saw that coming the first time I watched this episode; it completely knocked me on my ass. Anyway. Gordon says, "I was wondering why it felt so tight." Yeah, good one. Your big man act might have been a little more believable were it not for your little "I need you" crap just a minute ago.