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An aerobics instructor who is supposedly stalking Dan is more troubling to him than his published interview with Esquire Magazine, in which he shares his opinion regarding the legalization of marijuana, which puts him at odds with the top brass at Continental Cable. Meanwhile, Casey is troubled by the general perception that he is no longer "cool". Natalie develops "feelings" for Jeremy who creates his first sports highlights tape.
Casey: How can I be cool again? I'm a newly divorced man. I'm young. I used to be cool. I need to be cool again. Help me be cool again.
Daniel: Well, first I'd have to disabuse you of the notion that you were ever cool before.
Casey: Hey, Isaac?
Casey: You think I'm cool, don't you?
Isaac: Do I look like I'm in the mood to do this now?
Casey: Not really.
Isaac: Then let's assume I'm not.