At the clinic, Kathy walks in and finds Riley making coffee. She asks if he heard what happened to Fenderson, and Riley says it sounds like "suicide by cop." Kathy says he did go to college with Riley, and shows him a newspaper article with the information. Riley reads it, and sees that Fenderson graduated in the same class he did. Riley sighs and asks Kathy what he has that morning. Kathy lists off a hearing and an arraignment. Riley tells her to push them ahead. Kathy protests, and tells Riley that he didn't kill Fenderson. Riley says he didn't help either, and that he needs to find out what else Fenderson said that was true. Kathy asks if he really thinks Fenderson was kidnapped by aliens. Riley tells her just to push his court dates, and Kathy agrees. Riley stands in his office trying to remember what Fenderson said, and comes up with the name Hartzog.
Fineman talks to Charlie and claims that he's the defending champ of the office football pool. Brit rolls up, and Charlie gets all nervous and tries to cover up what they are doing. Brit knows it's the football pool and asks for a form so she can join in. She also tells Charlie to walk with her. Fineman seems surprised that Brit even knows who Charlie is. Brit tells Charlie that the talent agent she told him about passed, and that she thinks his demo tape is the problem. Charlie is disappointed, but says he doesn't really need an agent, because Brit is wired into Consolidated Records and can just get him a deal. Brit asks if he's telling her how to do her job, and says that he has "a sense of entitlement" in his attitude. Charlie stammers and tries to explain, but Brit says that an agent would give him credibility, and right now he has none. Brit says he needs to work harder and dig a little deeper to make himself credible in other people's eyes. Charlie, cowed, just nods.