Next, Casey is telling Jeremy to check Natalie's shot sheet (except it sounds like he's saying "Chachi") because she got something wrong. "You got something wrong?" says Jeremy, turning to Natalie, who snaps at him and calls him "Wonder Boy" and says after the show she's going to kill herself. Jeremy, it's not too late to climb Everest, you know, if Natalie's all you have holding you back. "Why don't you go play tennis with your friends?" she says, and Jeremy whines, "How many times do you want me to say I'm sorry?" as Natalie flounces on out of there past Elliot. "It's going to be a few more times," says Elliot. "We're having a little thing," says Jeremy to Dana. But Dana can't be bothered to listen to Jeremy: "I've been hearing about it all day," she says curtly, probably because it looks like Jeremy screwed up, so therefore he must be treated with scorn by Dana. "She wanted to go to the movies," says Jeremy. Dana: "I really have been hearing about it all day." Translation: "Your side of the story doesn't interest me, silly male." The only other alternative is that Dana dislikes discussing people's personal lives at work -- and we all know that's not true. Anyway, Isaac pops in to tell Dana he needs to see her outside, where he tells her he's shrinking. "But that's not what I came to tell you," he says. Oh, well, good thing you said that. Now, with any luck, Dana won't endlessly refer to it for the rest of the episode. The real reason Isaac needed to talk to her was to tell her that Peter and Paul, the West Coast update guys, are stuck in Pittsburgh. Dana is disappointed on Danny and Casey's behalf, as we learn that they're supposed to go to Atlantic City. "Not tonight," says Isaac. Dana warns him that Danny and Casey are going to be pretty mad, so he needs to get in there and tell them. He reveals that he's delegating that particular job to her. She does not seem happy about it.