In the conference room, Dana tells Jeremy that Don Quixote was a hero of her father's. I can relate; I always looked up to that guy who flew Airwolf. Blah blah blah Dana's dad would like Jeremy because he's very quixotic (rhymes with "idiotic"), but her father would also say Jeremy's a fool. Jeremy says that may be true, but in his own defence, so was Don Quixote. And then, since we're apparently back in a high-school literature class, Dana says, "You like Natalie, don't you?" and for some reason, Jeremy says "me?" and Dana says "yes" and Jeremy says, "Of course I like her," a little confused, and Dana says that isn't what she meant and repeats, "You like Natalie, don't you?" and Jeremy says "me?" again and she says "yes" and he says, "What was the question?" a little nervously and I guess this is pretty funny, but pretty painful. Dana should just write him a note like you'd always get from girls in junior high, the ones that say, "Do you like Brandy (or whoever)? Check one," with a couple of boxes helpfully drawn for you to check off. Dana looks like she could just eat Jeremy up, he's so cute. "It's okay, I'm sure your love has been pure and chaste from afar," she says, and he assures her it has. She lets him in on a little secret: "I think Natalie likes you too." Jeremy says he thinks so too, in a faint, subtle sense. "She's been throwing herself at you," says Dana, which was pretty funny. Dana's advice is that Jeremy should do nothing, because Natalie's life is really turned around and the most important thing she needs is a quiet dinner in a safe place with someone she likes. "Who?" says Jeremy. "Jeremy..." begins Dana. "Me! Right!" realizes Jeremy. Again, funny. She orders him to go take a nap in her office, and he promises to try to sleep. Commercials.
Dana, Danny, and Casey are walking and talking, and the conversation turns to Casey's anal retentiveness, which he hotly denies but which Dana says is true. "You guys need me for this fight?" asks Danny and when they say no, he peels off. Casey wants to know how he's conversationally anal-retentive. "Let me answer that question in four parts with the fourth part first and the third part last..." and Casey rolls his eyes and surrenders. They continue walking, and Casey asks if she asked the sound guys if they have the crash-and-burn sound effect for his Rostankowski thing. Dana says they don't, which really surprises Casey, and they discuss it for ten minutes as they head to the control room. Casey asks Dana if she made the sound for them; she says she did. Then there's a pretty funny bit where Casey makes a sound like screeching tires and an explosion, and when Dana tries to make the noise, she sounds like a whimpering dog followed by a splash. Casey puffs his chest out and struts over to Chris and Will and makes his sound. "Crash and burn," says Will. "Can you do it?" asks Casey. "Fuck yeah," says Chris. And the lesson we have learned here is that Women Can't Make Good Violent Sound Effects. Or something. It can't be we learned that Casey Is A Jackass, because we've learned that many times over already.