Next scene, Dana and Isaac are discussing why Dana never goes to church. I promise this: if ABC ever decides to show this episode in its entirety, including some scenes that seem to be missing from this episode, I'll recap this out-of-the-blue two-minute storyline then, OK?
Jeremy comes in, Dana leaves. Jeremy starts explaining about how he thinks he's in love with a porn star. He recaps last week's episode a bit, then reveals that the next day he e-mailed Jenny's website (oh! website! shout-out to MBTV? Ha ha, just kidding) and Isaac says he's not thrilled about the idea of e-mail traffic to the office from porn websites. Jeremy launches into this long-winded explanation of encryptions and servers and stuff, and since Wing Chun and Glark and Sars all know a little (or a lot) about that stuff and watched this episode, they might be able to confirm whether it made any sense, but I don't really care and neither does Isaac, who delivers my favourite line ever from this show: "Does the porn star know you're this much of a dork?" Ha ha! Sad thing is, she does (or maybe that's sweet). Jeremy says it has been two days since he e-mailed her and there's been no reply, like RELAX Jeremy, it's not inconceivable that Jenny receives thousands of e-mails from sad loners like yourself, and even if she has read your e-mail yet, it's possible she has just been too busy to answer it. I mean, two days is not a long time to take to get back to someone. Jeremy asks Isaac if he's crazy for thinking about her this much. Isaac theorizes he's reacting to his breakup with Natalie and romanticizing the time he spend with her. It's a nice theory, but Isaac doesn't know how hot Paula Marshall is.
Back in the newsroom, Dana is reminding Dan about the non-disclosure agreement regarding the track meet and Dan basically says that a) the information wouldn't be hard to get (which is what I said) and b) who cares about a track meet in New Zealand anyway. Then Dana calls Jeremy to the rundown meeting and he says he'll be right there and he checks his e-mail and we hear a computer voice say "Welcome. You got mail." (what is this, ebonics-mail?) only Jeremy stares at the screen like the computer just said "Get out! The call is coming from inside the house!" Commercials.