What I'm guessing is Daniels's bachelor apartment. Daniels and Rhonda are in bed, chatting about their day, Rhonda having apparently just finished recapping her conversation with Lester earlier. She says that what really bugs her is that he played her just the way he played the system, like she's part of the problem. Daniels can't help grinning, and if the only good thing to come of this relationship is that it gives Daniels more frequent occasion to smile, it's worth it. Daniels says that Rhonda was going to hold back the subpoenas on Davis and Krawczyk until after the primaries: "And now you feel guilty about it." Rhonda sighs, and Daniels starts cracking up: "Did he do that thing where he stares at you over the top of his reading glasses? You know -- that look that says, 'I'm the father you never had, and I don't want to be disappointed in you ever again.'" Both start giggling at Daniels's quite apt Lester impression, but Rhonda quickly stops herself, claiming that it's not funny and freaking out over the effect the subpoenas are going to have. "But you did it anyway," says Daniels. She smacks him with a throw pillow, and he says he's just glad to see Lester does it to people other than Daniels. Rhonda's still distressed about her career, but Daniels makes it all better with the sex. Oh, it would work on you, too.
Back to the Depo. Bubbles has decided that it's time for a performance review, and tells Sherrod that he's holding them back. Sherrod crabs that he just messed up a sale, and that it's no big deal, but Bubbles explains that if he could trust Sherrod to deal with the money on his own, they could run two carts, and cover twice as much ground. Instead, he has to keep an eye on Sherrod, who's bumping up against the "glass ceiling." Sherrod is not familiar with that expression, so Bubbles just says he needs to step up his math skills. Sherrod exposits that Bubbles took him to a school the previous year, but that there weren't any records for Sherrod, and the department didn't want anything to do with him. Bubbles points out that they put him in a classroom, and Sherrod mopes that the teacher never looked at him. Bubbles says that he quit after that, and asks whom that decision hurt, the teacher or Sherrod. He offers Sherrod a skill-testing question: "What's four times five plus six times seven?" Sherrod's like, "Blue?" Bubbles shakes his head ruefully.