Why do people on TV always seem surprised by blizzards?
I think I agree with Scott's side on the article issue with Jane. Obviously I don't know what the full story was about so maybe I'm missing something, but it sounded like Jane was saying that a man should magically know if a woman needs help and not listen to her when she says she's okay? If Scott's mom insisted he go back to school, he shouldn't feel guilty about that. We can't say "no means no" when it comes to sex, but "no means yes" when it comes to other things.
Also, I feel like Jane approached that whole situation in the worst way possible. She is new as as a boss, but hasn't she ever had to give another writer feedback before? I did crack up at Jacqueline giving her advice post-sex though. But Jacqueline's marriage issues are clearly not over.
This is terrible, but I laughed out loud when Kat got fired again. But of course she gets a second chance. At the end, I kind of liked the daughter of the guy she got fired though. I agree with her about wanting to be open to hearing from others, and she doesn't necessarily have all her father's views.
Sutton continues to be the only one who seems to work hard. Good for her, and it was nice seeing that she and Richard are both excited about the baby. Of course, that makes me think they now won't have it......