Danny catches up with C.J. coming out of the briefing. She tries to give him the bum's rush, but he's insistent. Carol says she sent someone to C.J.'s apartment to get clothes. She must have more people rummaging through her closet... I think I'd keep about half my wardrobe at work if I were her. ["Which reminds me of a recent episode of Oprah in which her private office was renovated, including building her a 'closet' that was about 2/3 the size of the ground floor of my house. I wept when I saw it. It was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen." -- Wing Chun] C.J. asks for some food. Danny wants to know if there's a connection between Shareef's assassination and Zoey's kidnapping. C.J. reminds them about the deal they made, giving her three days before he went public with this story. He says that was before Zoey was kidnapped, and in return for an exclusive on the five Bahji sleepers the "FBI just outed to every news outlet in the known universe!" He loudly asks C.J. several hundred more times whether there's a connection between the two. I don't think the assassination is yet public, so why they're shouting about it with her door open is a bit of a mystery. C.J. doesn't know if they're connected and doesn't know what Danny wants from her. He says he's filing the story today. She says it'll get buried. He insists it won't. He asks -- again, quite loudly -- whether the White House wishes to comment on allegations that the President ordered Shareef's assassination. He tells her she has a couple of hours to find out before he posts the story online. I guess that's for the seven people in Borneo who haven't heard them yelling about it yet.
Sit Room. Nancy says the Pakistanis are prepared to stage the release of the prisoners, and film it. She says they'll put it on CNN and send it to Aljazeera. Casper says that this buys them a little more time. Walken arrives, and everyone rises. He tells them to stand down, which is sort of a funny way to tell people to sit down. Everyone looks sort of pained, especially Nancy. Fitz tells Walken that the Washington Carrier group will be in place in three hours.