We return from commercial to see those same statues we saw in the montage a few minutes ago, but now instead of flashing on them, we get to see them in their entiretly. It's a group of people standing at a bus stop or train station or something. We're back at the radio station. I think this is the same day as all the radio-station business before. Lindsay talks about what she's going to say on the air as Irene applies pressure to her sinuses and says that her head feels like it's on fire. Janet says that the aspirin isn't helping. In an interview, Irene says that she's never been one to get headaches, and now she is. Irene asks Janet to read some concert calendar, and Janet says no. Irene says that she would rather have Janet do it, and Janet says no again. Way to help your under-the-weather friend there, Janet.
Irene walks down the hall and yawns, and tells Rebecca that she's tired. Rebecca asks whether Irene is sick and needs to go home. Irene yawns for about ten minutes straight and then says no, and whispers to Rebecca, "No, don't say anything." She's probably tired because she's been in that stupid radio station with Lindsay and Janet all day, listening to them yammer on about their stupid radio show, which no one will listen to anyway. Plus, they've been such beeyotches about the whole "prepared preparer" thing thus far, she doesn't want to give them any more ammunition. Lindsay prepares the microphones. Janet and Irene have some sort of disagreement about something, but it's really not clear what they are talking about. In an interview, Janet says that Irene has a headache again, and she "doesn't want anyone at work to know she's sick."
Lindsay and Janet sit in a conference room and discuss Irene's situation. Janet asks Lindsay whether she's being considerate and listening enough. Lindsay assures Janet that she's fine, as long as she keeps kissing Lindsay's ass. Well, that's how I heard it. Janet worries that she's being "uncompassionate." Lindsay replies, "We don't get impatient with each other, you know what I mean? We know we've really got something going on." In other words, we practically lick each other, and Irene is not pretty or cool enough to hang out with us. Come on. You know that's what they are thinking. Janet feels like there is something missing. Lindsay thinks they are "missing her past." Could this conversation be more oblique? Is Lindsay insinuating that Irene has a history of mental illness? Or physical illness? I have no idea.