In the next scene, Danny and C.J. are in her office. He's letting her know, as a courtesy, that he's going to be asking around about Sam and the call girl. She's trying to convince him that it's "much ado about nothing," but Danny argues that it doesn't look that way. C.J. defends Sam, saying that he knows right from wrong, and while it would make her life easier if Sam weren't friends with this woman, Sam does get to choose his friends. She doesn't get to choose them for him, and neither do Danny's readers. C.J. further asserts, "There's something commendable about Sam's behaviour here. Don't ask me what, but there is. And I'm sticking by him until the President orders me otherwise, and I'm going to look very unfavourably on those who seek only to make us look like fools." Danny tells her that he'll drop it, but warns her that she better get "dee'd up here, because not everybody's a good guy." I have no idea what "dee'd up" means. At first I thought he said "teed up" but being the anal recapping nerd that I am, I listened to it about ten times and it's definitely a "d" sound. Anyway, he figures eventually someone's going to tail Seaborn, and reminds her that he found out about it somehow. C.J. weakly tries to get him to tell her how he found out, but he's not having any of that. He just thinks any opponents who find out will just hang on to the information until the eve of "something big," and then try to use it to blow them out of the water. C.J.'s phone rings and she takes the call; Danny starts to leave but she tells him to hang on; she'll give him a ten-minute head start on something "for being a good guy." When she gets off the phone, she tells him "We're out of Syrian airspace."
Josh is giving Charlie the fifty-cent tour around the White House. "This used to be the White House Counsel's office until Toby and the communications staff conquered and pillaged." Josh points out the Map Room, the Roosevelt Room, the Oval Office, the Chief of Staff's office.