After the commercial, it's Thursday, and...oh God, more snakes. So now it's been two days, and they've had no luck with the ferret yet. Bevo's got a camera on a wire of some sort that he's lowered into the grate, but there's still no sign of the snake. Danny calls to Cal from his balcony perch, and Cal yelps something about an electrical problem. Danny's placated, and thanks Cal for saving him money on the inscrutable fake commercial.
Back upstairs, Danny runs into Matt, who's got a bug up his ass about the Masi Oka promo where Harriet used the dolphin voice. Danny says that it's funny and people like it, but Matt's not crazy about a voice that hasn't even been used in a sketch yet not being kept under wraps. Sweet Jesus, I agree with Matt here. Of course, Danny's already pulled the commercial, and Matt's still bitching about it, so he's annoying again. Whew! Danny's office is being painted, so we're all hanging out in the hallway as Danny says he's waiting to see Jordan so that he can "talk to her." "You know you don't have anything to apologize for," says Matt. Which makes sense because, if you're Matt, being all stalky and possessive toward a girl you like and work with without any regard for her professional or personal well-being is something you never have to apologize for. Repeatedly. Danny asks whether Matt knows who "that guy down there with Cal" is, since he seems familiar.
Never mind: here's Harriet, all dressed up for the dinner. Matt gives her shit for doing the dolphin voice and Harriet -- who's gotten really good at this -- just stops, considers an argument, and opts to ignore Matt. Completing this foursome of unromantic romance is Jordan, who asks Harriet if she's ready to go. Danny asks if he can talk to Jordan for a second, and Jordan gets the "oh crap" look in her eyes. Which Harriet apparently reads as either "go on without me" or "go on without me and then call me with a fake emergency in no more than four minutes before Crazy here drags me off to a chapel in Vegas." We'll soon see it was not the latter. Matt watches Harriet leave, makes sure she's out of sight, and then books it off downstairs so that he can get ready to meet her as her creepy internet date.