Yeah, don't worry about it either way. It's not a big deal.

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VicNicSor

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Amy is inviting the captain to Thanksgiving dinner she's hosting. He says he's coming, since his husband (he's gay) is out of town. She:
-- [extremely excited] Cool! Whatever. [trying to seem indifferent] Yeah, don't worry about it either way. It's not a big deal.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, TV series

1. I'm not sure what "either way" goes with. With what comes before it, or after it? Shouldn't there be a comma after "it"?
2. Does she mean "your coming is not a big deal" or "the dinner is not a big deal"?
Thank you.
 
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