"What happened?" Jack asks. Bobby explains that Warren doesn't want to be his friend anymore. Which sucks, although clearly Warren is a first-rate prat. "So you punched him? Where's your inhaler?" Jack asks. Bobby picks it up off the ground and examines it: "It's broken. I'm sorry, Jack." Jack just sighs that they better go home.
Veep Karen from THE FUTURE says that she once asked the President who had the greatest influence on his life. She thought he'd say Grace, but he told her it was his brother.
Oh, God, it's David Paymer. Why won't he leave me alone? At least he seems well cast in this role, as President McCallister's Senior Campaign Strategist from THE FUTURE. He admits that he was worried about McCallister's electability, and yammers on that, in order to win, you have to be "hungry," and McCallister? He was hungry. Now that you mention it, I'm kinda hungry.
McCallister Manor. The Morning After. Grace is trying to fix the kitchen sink, Bobby is telling her about the fight, and Jack is escaping to the place where dreams are made, inside his head. Grace's helpful take on the Warren Affair is that "conflict is inherent in human relations," and that he and Warren are both "ill-equipped to express their feelings." Yes, another practical suggestion from Mom. She then heads out to work, telling Bobby not to worry so much. He just wants people to like him, he sniffles. "What are you talking about? People love you," Grace tells him. Bobby: "Real people. OTHER people. People I'm not related to." Grace rolls her eyes and announces that this conversation "isn't worthy of [Bobby]." She takes a breath and rearranges her paperwork: "If Warren can't see what's special about you, then focus your attention elsewhere." Again, thanks for the hug and the kind words, Ma. In the background, Jack just looks pained. Has Grace ever just said, "Oh, sweetie, I'm sorry."? She tells Bobby that he'll make other friends, and asks him to hustle so they won't be late. Jack looks pained some more and gives his mother a dirty look as he walks past her. "What? He's just sensitive," Grace tells Jack. Yes, and you suck.