Vinick gets on his plane and sees Jane smugly sipping coffee. How is it that literally every single move this woman makes is done smugly? Does she ever have a moment of downtime? Although I kind of enjoy imagining her waking up, brushing her hair in front of the mirror, and observing, "Damn, I'm good." Vinick dryly observes, "I thought you were going to stay at headquarters." Jane smoothly replies, "I got tired of being ignored." Vinick sends Randomly Now Ubiquitous Staffer Annie to go get "that thing" the doctor gave him for his hand. Jane snottily reports that Santos's plan is working: he's drawing people in by talking about energy and casually mentioning San Andreo. Wow, Jane, even if you are, in fact, right about everything, I can't imagine why people are ignoring you. Nobody likes anything more than being told that they are idiots who are doing their jobs wrong, especially when it's coming from a bitchy brand-new addition to the team. If you're trying to make people do what you want, here's a hint -- don't antagonize them right off the bat, mmmkay? Bob ignores Jane, which I love, and jumps in to go over their schedule, which includes running into Santos in Philadelphia that night. Bruno jumps in to say that no one is supposed to shake Vinick's hand, and when a baffled Annie asks how they're supposed to enforce that, Bruno stutters and shoves it off on the advance team.
Episode Report CardLauren S: C- | 1279 USERS: C+
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