Josh is screaming in the background, "I can't take working here!" He's under a small covered bridge so his voice echoes a bit. Donna, Tyler and the girls all just watch passively. Toby follows Josh to the bridge and they keep acting out like three-year-olds, screaming about "serving their country" and resetting watches. It's actually incredibly embarrassing. Donna explains, "Okay. This is a whole new thing now. My guys are going to have to walk this off a little bit before they can regroup." Donna tells Kiki and her friends to get their asses back to school. She turns to Tyler, saying that the two of them will come up with a plan to get them to a commercial airport. In the background, Josh is still ranting and raving, and Toby picks up a big stick and whacks a guard rail very hard. Tyler wonders how long Josh and Toby are going to be. Donna says, "A couple more minutes." Wow. Talk about a first-world problem, and a first-world overreaction.
C.J.'s perched on a table on the plane, thinking. About Simon. And about how it's too bad that despite being a highly trained Secret Service agent, he made such a rookie mistake that it cost him his life. And about how she could fall in love with such a dupe. And why she only ever gets interested in guys the writer's going to take away from her. And whether she'll die alone. Yeah, she's thinking all that. Charlie knocks, wondering what it was that C.J. wanted to talk to him about. She explains that Simon was a Big Brother to a kid named Anthony Marcus. Charlie apparently met him a couple of times. C.J. explains that she's been trying to spend a bit of time with Anthony, but that he's not wild about her. Well, he must be the only person in the universe who isn't. Brat. Charlie says that Anthony associates C.J. with Simon's death. Charlie says he did that for a while with some of the cops his mother worked with. For those of you who haven't been with us since Season One, Charlie's mother was a cop killed in the line of duty. C.J. says that Anthony was arrested for stealing his teacher's car. He drove it around for a few hours and left it in front of a strip club. She says that Anthony had a string of shoplifting incidents before he got involved with Simon, and that the ADA sees it as an escalating problem. Charlie gets that it's seen as graduating from a misdemeanour to a felony. C.J. says that the ADA is pushing juvenile detention, but she's willing to reconsider if a White House staffer is willing to play a role in Anthony's life. Charlie's hesitant, to say the least: "God, C.J. I just got Deanna off to school." C.J. knows. Charlie adds that with the campaign, the days are even longer, which he didn't think was possible. C.J. knows. It was a long shot. Charlie just doesn't think he's the right guy for the job. As Charlie apologizes, the reporter who asked her about the aprons and rolling pins sticks his head in to say that he's got an answer about it. C.J. says okay, the reporter disappears, and C.J. tells Charlie she shouldn't have asked him. Charlie says he's glad she did. As she starts to leave, Charlie asks, "Listen, you're not just going to ask the people who look like me, are you? Because a Big Brother's a Big Brother. It doesn't..." C.J. reassures Charlie that Sam's next. I wish she had said something about asking Charlie because she believed he'd be a great role model.