Jack starts to walk into his office and sees a woman in there. He steps out and asks Daphne what "she" is doing. Daphne says that "she is going through her father's belongings." Jack is surprised that Daphne just let the woman in, and Daphne says it's Barrington's office, so she couldn't keep his daughter out. Jack protests that as his secretary, Daphne has "special stopping powers." Daphne says that she exercises them judiciously. Fired.
Jack walks into his office and says hello to Barrington's daughter, Tara. Hey, it's Daphne from Party of Five! Nice to see her getting some work. ["Actually, Jennifer Aspen gets around, but she's mostly on sitcoms these days. In the past couple of years, I've seen her on Friends, Will & Grace, and The King of Queens." -- Wing Chun] Jack asks if he can help her find anything, and then apologizes for not talking to her more at the funeral. Tara says that she's doing okay, but then corrects herself to say that it's not getting easier. Jack offers to have all of Barrington's belongings sent to her. Tara says that it's all going into storage, but that she's just looking for...and Jack interrupts, "Keepsakes?" She agrees. Does anyone else find it a little weird that it's been at least a week or longer since Barrington's death, and they just left his stuff lying around in his office? Jack offers to leave Tara alone, and starts walking out. Tara walks after him and asks whether her father seemed depressed. Jack says he didn't, and asks what Tara thought. Tara didn't think he was depressed either. She lists off all the reasons why suicide seems unlikely, including the fact that Barrington expanded his life insurance policy recently, and it doesn't pay off in the event of suicide. Jack says that Barrington was a partner for thirty years, so the family has to be in good financial shape. Tara says that there was "substantial debt." Before Jack can ask more questions, Daphne pops in and interrupts. Jack says that they should stay in touch, and Tara asks if they can keep this conversation between them. Jack nods and walks out.