After Jeremy's gone, Dana starts prattling on about how Isaac's their boss, not their bartender (not that Isaac "the noon-hour slosher" Jaffee isn't qualified to be their bartender) and shouldn't have to listen to personal problems all day long. So you know where this is going. "Gordon stood me up last night," says Dana. "Were you supposed to go out?" asks Isaac, which, for Isaac, is kind of a dumb question. Dana confirms that they were supposed to go out, without pointing out that it would hard for Gordon to stand her up if they didn't have plans. "Ah," says Isaac. Dana asks him if that's all he's got to say. "I'm surprised I could muster up that much," says Isaac. Heh. Dana goes into a tizzy, making excuses for Gordon, who said he had to work late -- he's got an important job, blah blah blah, lots of enabler crap. Isaac says that when he was eleven, he had a fish that died. Dana wants to know what that has to do with her and Gordon. Isaac says he thought she was finished. Again, heh. Isaac tells her to go do her show, so she reluctantly leaves. On her way to the door, we hear someone knocking, but when she opens the door, Casey is just arriving, so I guess in addition to everyone's personal problems, the gang of Sports Night is going to have to contend with a poltergeist wreaking havoc this week. Lousy poltergeist!
Casey asks how last night went and she describes what a wonderful time she had, but doesn't say anything about gettin' bizzay. And Sars is getting on me to quit with the juvenile euphemisms with sex, so I'd like to rephrase that and say that Dana doesn't say anything about, uh, being intimate with Gordon. She leaves, Casey watching her. He asks what that was about, and Isaac starts grumbling about Tuesdays at noon when nobody has any work to do and nothing to keep their minds busy. With Dana gone, Isaac has gone back to work. Casey sits down and asks if everybody's coming to Isaac with their problems. Isaac, thinking he gets to bitch now, starts to say, "As if I care!" but Casey interrupts him to say, "I had sex last week for the first time since Lisa and I split up." Isaac gives up and resumes the same position he had when Jeremy was whining about spending Easter with Natalie's possibly anti-Semitic family. Casey says he's feeling conflicted about it; it was with a woman he hardly knows, and he has to confront some unresolved feelings about Dana. Isaac just looks at him. "Plus I really miss my shirt," says Casey. Isaac gets up. He tells Casey to keep talking, he's just going to start drinking now. Oh, okay, Isaac -- like that's why. Commercials.