While Bonnie (hi, Bonnie!), Stanley, and Mimi watch, a crew of construction guys prettify the Richmond Farmhouse for the presidential visit. Stanley didn't realize how much he had let the place go. "Oh, I don't know, the glare from the shell casings really makes the window treatments pop," Mimi snarks. Bonnie signs something about new grass, and Mimi scoffs, saying she's still trying to make their wedding registry of vital importance to national security. Stanley can't believe Mimi's already planning the registry, and Mimi consoles him by adding, "And I've already taken off the list luxury items we already have, such as your Star Wars collector glasses." Stanley would TOTALLY have those Star Wars glasses from Burger King! I think the only one my sister and I didn't break is the Darth Vader one from 1977. Sadly, though, Vader's eyes got all etched out by the dishwasher. Stanley says he hopes Mimi's friends are buying the high-ticket items, because none of his invitees can afford an espresso maker. Bonnie glares at her brother as Mimi, thrown off-balance, says that she'll go make sure all the president's men aren't scuffing up their floors. Bonnie smacks her brother and signs, "She doesn't have anyone to invite. Use your head." Stanley groans. By the way? The signing for "Use your head" is now my favorite road rage expression. The fact that no one can see me doing it doesn't lessen my enjoyment in the slightest.
In the Situation-mobile, Beck explains that they are using facial recognition software on the good citizens of Jericho, and checking them against their database. The flagged people won't be allowed anywhere near the Usurper President. Jake squints at the process and wonders, "Since when does a criminal database cross-reference people's voter registrations, DMV files, and library records?" "September 2006," states Beck. He asks Jake to go through the flagged Jerichoians and pull any that Beck needs to be worried about. Like...Jake himself? Jake grabs Beck and sotto voces, "I think I should warn you, I might be in there." Beck scrutinizes him: "You aren't." Which means, of course, that he totally is and Beck totally read up on him. "Have you seen my file?" Jake boggles. "I don't know," Beck sidesteps. "A lot of files come across my desk." Loving him!