Anyway, as Fitz swaggers back to the Oval, giant Presidential balls swinging, Sally sidles up and tells him that she doesn't think he's telling any kind of truth, and he's doing it to get out of his promise to her. Fitz says he's not lying, and then gets really, really close to Sally and says he had Jeannine "six ways to Sunday all over this White House." Fucking gross. I get that Sally is a villain, such as it is, on this show, but Fitz is trying to intimidate her sexually, sort of? Like he's trying to offend her but also getting all up in her bubble. Put it this way: he wouldn't behave this way with another man, not even Cyrus. And I find it gross, even if I'm supposed to hate Sally.
Jeannine walks into Olivia's office and asks why Fitz would say that they slept together when they didn't. Olivia doesn't even answer, just grabs her really expensive bag and walks out, too tired to point out that Jeannine was like five minutes away from saying that she slept with Fitz when she didn't. Abby assures Jeannine that they will set up some press and interviews and make sure she gets a book deal that she can retire on. Are we sure Abby wasn't planning on going on television? Because she is wearing more makeup than anyone else in the room.
Quinn is an idiot who wouldn't stop digging, and she discovered that shortly before Liv and her dad stopped talking, Liv kept asking him about a homeless guy who lived in Union Station who saved her from a mugging. Huck flashes back to the time that Charlie said that he wanted the same deal that Liv got for Huck, and Liv assured him that there was no deal. So Liv lied, and now Huck knows it.
Olivia walks through the dark parking garage to her car. For someone who makes a living pissing off really powerful people, Olivia has terrible personal security habits. She needs to read Gift of Fear. Anyway, Huck sneaks up on her and says that he has two questions. He asks why she lied to him, and Olivia denies it. Huck lays out what Quinn told him, including that B613 has never tried to find him, and right after they brought him back, Olivia stopped talking to her father. Olivia has no explanation, and then Huck grabs her by the face and slams her into her car, demanding to know, "How high up is your father in B613?" I mean, I knew Huck wasn't going to kill Olivia, but this was still pretty scary. Huck is like the definition of a loose cannons. Huck's hands shake uncontrollably and he lets Olivia go, but whispers, "Is your father Command?" and she admits that he is. Huck just walks away, and Olivia is left there, unsure of what she set in motion.