Matt has writer block and must deal with a lawyer filing a sexual harassment suit. Harriet continues shooting her movie. Jordan and Danny enter into a contest to see who is the better parent.
Did You Know?
The lawyer representing the studio in a sexual harassment suit is from law firm "Gage-Whitney". This company is also the employer of character Sam Seaborn before he joins the first "Bartlet for America" campaign in another Aaron Sorkin
creation - The West Wing
(1999). See more
When Mary Tate shows Karen Salzburg's complaint to Matt he reads the section where the writers are supposed to have had a discussion on the various ways in which they would have liked to have sex with Harriet. One is supposed to have said that he would like perform a particular act while she was kneeling for Communion and another responds that Baptists (apparently Harriet's religious affiliation) do not go to confession. Of course confession has nothing to do with communion. See more
The first day of work, I said, "You and Harriet, is it gonna be a problem?" You said, "No, Danny, no, it's not gonna be a problem."
Did I say it in the same creepy little voice you just used?