Back in the Boys office, Casey is getting his coat on and saying "here I go" for all the viewers who dont grasp the subtle connotations of a character getting up and going over to the coat rack and putting on his coat. Dan asks him what hes got for the class. Casey launches into a whole lot of blah-blah about a whole lot of supposedly interesting things, but Dan isnt buying it and browbeats Casey into revealing a loaf of crusty bread wrapped in a dishtowel. Casey says a loaf of Wonderbread would have been ridiculous, that the kids would have seen right through that. Oh, but this bread is unsliced, so itll undoubtedly fool this class of apparently brain-dead ten-year-olds. I dare you to try it, you rectangular pinhead. Dan is trying not to laugh and says, "Youll be fine." Casey says, "I am killing my child." Well, at least you wont have to make any more pree-sentations. As Caseys leaving, Dan says, "You know who looks good today? Sally." Casey, not picking up on that, says, "See you later," and walks halfway out of the building before stopping and coming back to the office. "What did you say?" Danny looks up from his work with a surprised look on his face. Casey starts giving him the business, "Why did you say that?" and "you dont like Sally," and Dan says, "Because she does," and "I kinda do." Casey says he cant because "my life is very confusing right now, sos yours, and you cant like Sally." On the one hand, its kind of rotten for Dan to even consider thinking along those lines, but on the other, Casey should act older than his alleged ten-year-old son. They back-and-forth a little bit, Casey a little flustered, Dan trying to play down what he said. Dan should tell Casey he only brought up Sally to prepare the audience for a later scene with her, since this is what Sports Night does in lieu of "previously on Sports Night" scenes at the top of the show to bring viewers up to speed. Casey says he has to go fake bread now and Dan says its all about misdirection. Whatever. End this scene now.
Episode Report CardDaniel: A- | 696 USERS: B-
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