They get down to the business meeting, but first Dana wants to apologize in advance because she's been forgetting things and losing things. "Anyway, that's all," she says brightly, and leaves the conference room. No one else moves, and Dana scurries back in after remembering they still have a meeting to get through.
Later, Jeremy has some information on cricket that says the baseball equivalent of taking ten wickets in one inning is pitching three perfect games on three consecutive days. Okay, I don't know anything about cricket, but I feel fairly confident in saying that that sounds like a load of crap to me. Then Jeremy, reading further, says, "Wait, not exactly." "Why not exactly?" says Casey. Jeremy says the final four batters scored sixteen runs. Neither of them knows exactly what that means, but they agree that if that happened in a baseball game, it would hardly be construed as a "perfect game." Call me crazy, but I'm pretty sure the rules of baseball differ just a bit from cricket, so maybe they shouldn't exactly mock stupid-sounding aspects of another sport, when both amount mainly to two teams of grown men chasing around a little ball. Casey admits that he's not all that comfortable reporting a story he doesn't understand, but Jeremy tries to assure him that it's not that complicated, explaining that there's a "bowler" and a "batsman." Casey asks who they are, and Jeremy says he has no idea. Um, have these guys even actually ever seen a clip of a cricket match? Because I don't know anything about the sport either, but I could probably take a wild stab at who the bowler and the batsman are. Anyway, Dan comes in, beaming because his new name is "Mr. Happy Guy," because he's meeting Rebecca after the show, and Rebecca is just back in town from -- somewhere, I forget. Jeremy announces that he's discovered something else, and reads out a whole lot of cricket lingo, including confusing phrases like "a humble snorter," "straight to the slips," and "a low snatch." Jeremy's struggling to understand what that means, but says that obviously the snatch was lower than it normally is. I hate that!