Meanwhile, back at the Halls of Justice, Dan sits nervously across from the very attractive Bobbi Bernstein and plunges in with a lot of hoo-hah about how she's got him confused with someone else, and Bobbi tries to shrug it off by saying it was a long time ago, et cetera. Dan says it wasn't him. Bobbi slips into Psycho Bitch voice and stare and says, "Let's not play these games," like, why didn't they just have her speak with that demoniacally possessed voice that actors can never lip-synch right? The show goes live, with Bobbi shooting Dan a little stink-eye. When it's her turn on camera, Bobbi uses her sexy voice and flashes a brilliant smile. Casey's right. Dan should have slept with her and called her.
In the control room, Elliot says he just got off the phone with his "guy at LAX" and says to Natalie, "You ready for this?" Shouldn't that be "y'all ready for this?" Elliot's big news is that some guys didn't get on the plane with the rest of the team. "I knew it!" says Jeremy. Natalie turns to Kim and gives her these ridiculously detailed instructions that involve getting a maid at a Vero Beach hotel to go to a particular room and ask the guy there if he wants turn-down service. "Do I wait?" says Kim. "She'll call back," says Natalie. Yes, and for heaven's sake, try to return the Aston Martin in one piece this time, 007. "Let's get this," says Jeremy. I don't see you doing anything, weather boy. Commercials.
Extra-special close-up of martini with double olives. Dana is blasted and going on about how shrimp cocktails are comfort food. Gordon is now laughing and says he's glad she's finally relaxed, which is probably what he says to a lot of drunk women. More drunken babbling from Dana. Gordon goes for the preferred method of including a new person in the conversation, the method where you say something like, "Leeza, tell Casey what that guy said this morning," and they both laugh and she's about to tell us. You know, what that guy said. This morning. However, Casey's full attention is on Dana, and she's reciprocating. Casey's not so drunk, but they're both accusing the other of thinking about the show. Dana refers to Casey's "big blockhead" and Casey says, "Dana's a lot of fun, isn't she?" Luckily, Casey now tries to get Leeza to tell the story -- you remember, the one all about what that guy said -- but Dana keeps interrupting, first to talk about a possible trade and again to talk about what a small town Natalie comes from, complete with exaggerated drunken whispering and facial expressions.