Donna's on the cell phone when Josh comes along barking a lot of orders at her, oblivious to the fact that she's on the phone. She keeps telling him to hang on, and he keeps haranguing her, telling her to get off the phone with whoever she's talking to, until the look she gives him makes it clear she's already doing what he's telling her to do. Maybe this is the year Josh realizes she's quite competent. Or maybe this is the year she changes her name to "Radar O'Reilly," a comparison suggested by Alan Swann in the forums. She hangs up and tells him that there's no trailer car today. Josh: "Good budget cut. Good item." He asks Cathy where the closest cab is. She says it's about 110 miles, "as the crow flies." Criminy, that's even farther than I live from a cab. Donna asks what the best way is for her to get Josh and Toby to Unionville. Cathy says she'll take them. She says it'll give her the chance to show them the soy diesel car. Josh is a little nervous about the car's capabilities. Cathy assures him that it's a regular car. She says it's actually Cap's car, and that he'll come along. She tells them to meet her at the back of the house. As she runs off, Josh asks Donna who Cap is. She doesn't know. Josh shouts for Toby. Man, the credits are just going on and on. Everybody and his or her dog's in this one.
Toby, with coffee and what looks like pie (yay! pie!) in hand, starts making his way over to Josh and Donna, but as an audience member passes him, he stops her and asks if she heard the speech. She did. He asks, "The section on HMOs...did he land it?" The woman isn't sure what to say: "I'm sorry?" Toby: "He didn't, did he?" She replies reassuringly, "I thought he was very good." Toby mutters, "The muddy hole joke?" Josh keeps shouting, and Toby and the woman go their separate ways. As Josh and Donna hustle off, she reminds him: "Never heard from again, Josh."