Jack walks by his office door, but then stops and goes back (see?) when he realizes that there is someone standing in his office. He asks, "Can I help you?" The guy apologizes, and says that there wasn't anyone out front, so he just walked in. He adds that Mr. Barrington always wanted him to feel at home in the office. Jack says, "Well, Jack Turner says don't." First of all, rude much? And second, what with the third person? Kim doesn't like that. The guy makes small talk about the bowl of pistachios on Jack's desk, and then introduces himself as Hal Molloy, head of security for Triple L. He needs to know why Jack wanted the security logs. Jack says he has his reasons. Molloy asks Jack to share them, and Jack asks him to share the logs. Molloy chuckles that it's just procedure. He stands up to leave, but first asks about Senator Turner. Jack says he's fine. Molloy walks back and digs out a huge handful of pistachios without asking, which I guess is the Triple L equivalent of whipping out his dick and pissing on Jack's desk. Molloy tells Jack to tell Senator Turner that he said hello.
Grant gets a sandwich out of a vending machine and hands it to Reggie, who complains that Grant is wearing a $2000 suit, but feeds Reggie a tuna fish sandwich from a vending machine. Of all the possible types of sandwiches I could buy from a vending machine, I think tuna fish or anything containing mayonnaise would be last on the list. Grant says that they are too busy to go out, and his Suddenly Southern accent is back. Reggie thinks that Grant has never missed a meal in his life, and Grant tells him not to count on that. Reggie asks where Grant is from, due to the accent. Grant says that he's from Macon, Georgia. Reggie asks him about Atlanta, but Grant says that he promised never to set foot in Georgia again. Reggie asks why not, and Grant says that he's not interested in his past. Reggie asks if he goes back to see his parents, and Grant says that they died when he was young. Reggie pauses and says that his did, too. Grant balls up a paper towel and throws it at the garbage can. He makes it. Reggie follows suit. He makes it, too, and gives Grant a challenging look. Grant says that the first one to twenty wins. Reggie offers to spot Grant five and still win. Thus begins the male bonding/garbage-can-basketball montage. Then they get in a tickle fight in their underwear. I might have made that last part up.