Just then Donna comes over to hustle them off. Cathy tells Toby, "You seem pissed that I brought it up." Toby says he's not, that they're just talking. Donna says that they've really gotta go. She seems a little frenzied about it. Josh explains to Cathy that Donna's nervous, because when they were in Kentucky recently a couple of guys got left behind when the motorcade took off. Donna corrects him, saying it was Tennessee, and that they were never heard from again. Josh: "They took a cab." Cathy doesn't care about all that, and who can blame her? Her family works twenty hours a day for $6000 a year. Josh tells Cathy that whatever definition the Committee had come up with would simply have created more business for the lawyers of big farm corporations. Josh says he wishes they could have had more time to talk. Cathy pleads, "There's no way you guys could stay a little -- meet some people, maybe catch up with the campaign at the next stop?" Josh says they've got another stump in Unionville, and then they get on the plane, because they've got a full schedule in the office. Cathy: "We've got some voters here, Josh. Did you forget?" Josh says he didn't. Toby claims they're voting for Writchie (tm sobell -- I think). Toby says that Indiana is voting for Writchie, and that if there were someone less competent than him, they'd vote for that candidate. Cathy: "Why'd you come out here?" She seems surprisingly comfortable in talking to them this way. Toby would like an answer to that question himself. She says that he can write off Indiana, but that he shouldn't write off small farmers: "It's getting bad out here. It is bad out here." Josh counters, "We paid farmers $67 billion last year." Cathy mutters, "Oh, God," and walks on ahead in disgust.
As they make their way around the buses, Josh tells Toby, "You wanna lighten up a little?" Toby: "I am lightened up. This is me lightened up. You're saying lighter?" Josh: "Yeah." Cathy tries again: "Josh, the $67 billion bought this country the least expensive food and the greatest variety of it in the world...surely that's gotta register." Actually, I think I've read that Canada has the lowest food prices in the world. Donna stops short and looks dismayed: "Hang on..." Josh: "Where is it?" The closed captioning says that Toby says: "Where the hell is it?" But I don't hear that. Josh: "Where's the motorcade?" Some audience members walk toward them, and Josh asks them where the motorcade is. One woman points and says, "Its out there." Josh turns around, sees the convoy of black limos and SUVs leaving, and shouts, "Hey! Hey!" As if they're going to notice and hear him. The woman asks if they need a button: "Bartlet for America?" And credits. Welcome to Season Four. Some new pictures and some old in the credits.