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Cameron picks a fight with Joe at the top of the episode.Riddled with guilt for secretly fixing Rover’s algorithm, she refuses to come in and help Joe and Gordon figure out a way forward for Comet. The next morning, Tom shows up unexpectedly with divorce papers in hand.
He pleads with Cameron to meet with Cecil and walk him through the algorithm so they don’t get caught in a lie, but she refuses.Gordon, meanwhile, takes an entire drawer of notepads and unloads them into his fireplace.He smiles as he watches them burn, then walks away.referring to the work at hand, but also a myriad of overwhelming situations: He’s contemplating his oft-contentious partnership with Gordon, and the three years he spent holed up in Cal Nect’s basement trying to get Lone Star off the ground.Whether he knows it or not, he’s also describing his relationship with Cameron, which seems to have everything working against it in “Nowhere Man.” Little does he know that his problems with Cameron hinge on a secret that will come to affect each and every one of our principal characters.(You all remember how she treated the last woman her dad brought home, yes?
) Haley also likes Katie, but is clearly upset when Joe blurts out at work that her father is sleeping with the new hire.
Later that night, Gordon is woken up by a phone call. They discuss how well Haley’s been doing ever since she started working at Comet, then Donna confesses her guilt about Bosworth.
Gordon assures her that Bosworth’s heart attack was not her fault, but a result of the stress he caused himself.
She tells Donna that they had a fight, but when Donna inquires about the reason behind it, she is met with silence.
It’s then that Donna connects the dots and realizes that Cameron fixed the algorithm.
Katie is aware that he has a neurological condition, and that he jots down his pain levels in a notepad.