Then Mackenzie makes me laugh and laugh and I rewind it and laugh and laugh some more. She says that she likes Will because he’s never certain. HAHAHAHAHA. That he struggles with things and…Hohoho, hee hee hee, he’s never certain he’s right. But he tries to be. Phew, that was a good one, Chance
Stop laughing at me!
Unfortunately, they kill the really good joke by having Will pratfall in the pants he was whining about earlier so Mackenzie can ask someone to help Will put his pants on. Unless it’s in my job description, or he’s Nathan Adrian, not going to happen.
Mackenzie tries to get Brian not to write the piece and he’s all “Yeah, not my call,” so Mackenzie can have an epic, and epically unprofessional, freak out on Will in front of the entire staff…and Brian. Rather than drag her into an office to stop shrieking like a banshee, he just hokums about how they threw out the rundown because Jim got the BP story gift wrapped for him. Was that cool?
Mackenzie says yes, but they need to keep compromising all their principles so a stinking rich man can keep his job. But Will’s dick shriveled up when Lisa had more balls than he did so he’s ready to go back to normal. Then Will says “It’s Christmas in May and you get a car, and you get a car,” as he decides to give Sloan two segments on the debt ceiling while Brian can write the truth. Mackenzie smarms at Brian if he got all that because she has no self respect or self awareness.
Sloan’s with Neal to see how the story’s coming. The super sekrit troll website thinks he sucks, too, and won’t let him join their club. Sloan “jokingly” says it’s too bad he isn’t the guy threatening Will and deportable Neal gets a look in his eye like it’s not a bad idea. Sloan reminds him that would be wrong and Neal is all “Yeah, no, of course.” Then she leaves, not at all certain that Neal understands just how bad an idea it is.
Something stupid this way comes.
Mackenzie surveys the awesome awesomeness that is the newsroom then calls Jim over to see how it’s going with Lisa. Jim says he tried but Lisa won’t go out with him, forgetting that they both live in fear of Maggie losing her shit if they ever dated without her express written consent. So Mackenzie tells him to gather his rosebuds while he may, but not until after the show.
Later that night, Maggie’s giving her express, but verbal, consent for Lisa to see Jim and Lisa’s still not sure because that can be revoked. Don’s also there, trying to fix their AC. Why? That’s a question for another day, though, because Jim’s buzzing the intercom.
Don jibber jabbers briefly about just how dumb an idea the mock debate was then Jim’s there. Maggie’s all “good luck” and Don’s all “Hey man,” and trying to casually cockblock. Before Jim can say word one Lisa tells him that Maggie talked her into giving him another chance and somehow manages to miss Jim’s disappointment while Don doesn’t even notice Maggie twitching and vibrating. Then Lisa drags Jim out for a walk, at midnight, so Maggie and Don can be alone.
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