Down the hall, Tom shows Greg his new office, one that's cluttered with old furniture and garbage cans—basically a medium-sized Hoarders-esque storage room. Greg quickly realizes that this is a punishment for not accepting the company's lawyers.
Tom suggests that they have a joint meeting with a new lawyer about the cruises situation to "make sure we remember it exactly the same way." Greg doesn't fully agree to the meeting, instead, he mentions that Kendall is giving him a watch that night to express his thanks.
On the limo ride to the Committee for the Protection and Welfare of Journalists (CPWJ), they play a few rounds of "Good Tweet, Bad Tweet," where everyone in the limo switches off from reading good and bad tweets about Kendall. It doesn't even seem like a fun game, but between this and Greg's introduction to his new watch, the limo ride is loud, packed, and constantly erupting in laughter.
At the CPWJ, the vibe is much different than that of the limo just before. Kendall and Shiv spot each other and eventually meet up to talk, with Kendall interrupting a rough conversation between her and Nate.
It's actually a fairly nice conversation at first, with Kendall asking about Logan's state and apologizing to Shiv for the way that he acted as Rava's. Shiv notes that they're both pushing for change in the company and that she's hoping to rebuild together with him instead of fighting.
After the hopeful mini-speech that Shiv gave, all Kendall has to say is, "They made you get all dressed up for this?"
Back at the Roy house, Logan brings up Kendall, asking if he'll be showing up at the office and wanting Shiv to tell the truth about him in a public way. Logan then asks her if she trusts him (Logan). She says yes but then wants him to specify. "On all this hullabaloo," he says. She still says she trusts him, but when they start talking about the cruises situation, she pushes on him to tell her what he actually knew, to which he says "nothing."
After the CPWJ, Kendall and his crew from the limo are at an after-party to celebrate...what, exactly? Immersed in the party, it seems like Greg is starting to care less and less about his legal standing in all of this, especially with the allure of the gifted watch that Kendall is dangling in front of his face. But oh, wait—the watch actually isn't a gift, it's just a $40,000 watch. That Greg will have to pay for. With his own money.
"I just said I'd hook you up, dude," Kendall says from across the room.
Greg then goes back and forth with the watch dealer, deciding whether or not $40k is too much for a watch, and whether or not his patina has transferred to the watch already. Despite both of these elements, he buys it.
After hearing that Sophie Iwobi, host of the show, "The Disruption," went after him on her TV show, Kendall broadcasts it at the party for everyone to see. He acts like he's enjoying the negative things she's saying about him, but it seems like a pretty forced reaction. Seeing this gives Kendall the idea to go on her show, even though his assistant is advising against it.
Back at Tom and Shiv's place, Tom tells her that there could be a chance he goes to jail if he's implicated in the investigation into Waystar's cruises issue. Feeling that it could help his case if he offers himself up to Logan as the "beating post," he actually goes through with the plan the next time he's with Logan. Although he's very appreciative of Tom's gesture, Logan tells him that it probably won't be necessary.
Kendall decides to make a surprise visit to the Waystar office in an ugly navy baseball cap, where he has to be let up by Hugo and Karolina, who reluctantly both agree after Kendall refuses to meet in the other building. Upstairs, Kendall's office is practically useless to him as he's locked out of his computer and is literally being frozen out of his office by a blasting air conditioner.
At the Waystar town hall, Shiv heads on stage to address the audience, first discussing the allegations that have been made by Kendall. As she's talking about the importance of corporate responsibility and accountability, "Rape Me" by Nirvana starts blasting over the speakers. She initially tries to talk over the music, but when it gets to be too much and too loud, she stomps off the stage to save face.