Donna is preparing the mutiny offices.
Joe shows up, wondering if he's early. Why did he want to meet here? She didn't. Cameron did.
When the four of them get together, all very excited, they're talking about the World Wide Web and how it will unite everything. Of course, everyone has a different idea of how that will happen.
There is a lot of animosity between Tom and Joe. Tom wants to think http will cause major problems and then digs at Joe because of the release of their code online.
All hell breaks loose and everybody walks away mad.
Cameron goes to see Box. They chat about her games and such.
Donna goes to Gordon's to get one of the kid's retainers. She stays for dinner. They talk about the WWW idea. He's interested even if nobody else shows up again.
Donna asks Gordon about his sex life. In return, Gordon wonders if she's dating anyone. He knows a really great guy. She's shocked.
Cameron tells Tom he doesn't have to go back with her the next day since it seemed like he wasn't having fun. If she's going, he's going. Then she checks his laptop, because she's not so sure he's telling her the truth about why he's using hers.
At the old Mutiny's offices, Joe has covered the white board with thoughts. He's figured out the only thing they need to do is create a browser, a door to the WWW. Exploding through the Holland Tunnel to New York City. Everyone sees the potential but Tom. He wants Cameron to go out with him. Walk away. They get into a physical brawl and Joe falls through the floor.
Cam stays a little longer and Tom leaves early to go see the family. Before leaving, he admits to reading her emails.
Tom tries to apologize to Joe. They both say they're out of line, but it doesn't go much further than that.
Cameron gets inside and says she can't work with Donna. It was from the moment when Donna told her if Cameron can't work with Joe, then they'll get rid of him. It reminded Cam of how easily she tosses people aside.
Donna gets into her car. She's going to be vindictive. She orders a flight to Switzerland and a meeting with CERN.
This project won't be as easy as it would have been.