"Oh Shenandoah" Incarcerated for contempt, Will (Jeff Daniels) refuses to reveal the name of Neal's (Dev Patel) government source. Appearing to embrace Pruit's (B.J. Novak) mandate to capture younger viewers, Charlie (Sam Waterston) orders a reluctant Don (Thomas Sadoski) to track down principals in a sexual-abuse case at an elite college. Sloan (Olivia Munn) voices her objection to a new digital site built by Neal's replacement, Bree (Jon Bass). Stranded in a Moscow airport, Jim (John Gallagher, Jr.) and Maggie (Alison Pill) look to land seats for a Cuban-bound plane, hoping to interview one of its high-profile passengers.
"Valerie Is Taken Seriously" Valerie's set up for an exclusive interview by the network's publicity department. Later, Valerie visits Paulie G.'s old writing partner when she's concerned about her current boss.
"The Revolving Admit Door" DiDi (Niecy Nash) struggles to deal with her younger sister Sherrie (Lateefah Holder), who's filling in at Billy Barnes and cozying up to Dawn (Alex Borstein). Jenna (Laurie Metcalf) gets a new look and encounters resistance to her research methods. Patsy (Mel Rodriguez) lets an award go to his head. The staff tries to balance patient flow and has issues discharging a patient they'd hoped never to see again.
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