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Dana is concerned that Gordon may be planning to break up with her. On Natalie's advice, she goes to Casey for counsel. Natalie introduces Dan to Rebecca - a girl who works on another floor in the building, but he can't decide whether or not to pursue her. Isaac advises his staff not to worry about an article in tomorrow's Wall Street Journal, causing the staff to worry.
(Dana fears that Gordon might break up with her and is considering what to say to him.)
Dana: The truth is, I have a job that involves me and stimulates me and rewards me and takes up a lot of my time, and I'm not willing to do my job just a little bit. I want to do all of it. It's part of me, and I'm different without it, and that is who I am, and that is who you need to love. -- Except it won't work.
Casey: Yes, it will.
Dana: It won't!
Casey: Say it just like that.
Dana: It won't.
Casey: Dana, any man who hears that and doesn't say, "For a woman like you, for a person - for you, I will take whatever time you can give me and be grateful for that all my life." Any man who hears that and doesn't throw you down on th nearest flat surface is just taking up space for the rest of us. And you shouldn't need Natalie to shove you in here any time you want to talk about something.
Dana: Does 20B have film?
Natalie: The end of the Michigan game?
Natalie: Not yet.
Dana: Jeremy, we don't we have film for the end of the Michigan game?
Dana: Why not?
Jeremy: We're waiting for them to play the end of the Michigan game.