If a romance with Charles is what it takes for Liza to finally reveal her age at work, I'm all for it. In fact, if Empirical throws their support behind her, there's a great book in there that's actually perfect for the Millennial imprint. "My Life as a 26-year-old" or somesuch, in which Liza sympathizes with the plight of today's 20-somethings while dropping some feminist life knowledge. Based on all of the interest in her anonymous interview with the psychologist author, buyers of both age groups would eat that up. The show makes a huge deal about her career with Millennial being over if her age was known, but it's not like anyone bats an eye at 35-year-old editors selecting books for 15-year-olds, and she could always move to another part of the company now that her editor bona fides have been established. The contortions the show has to go through to keep the age storyline going (and Josh in the picture) are getting too pretzel-y for me.