C.J., Josh, Sam and Toby burst through a set of doors. C.J. is saying, "We need to be fully stocked -- State department officials, the Pentagon, we'll need the Embassy office..." Josh says they should get McMartin on board, and Adamley at the Pentagon. C.J. says she's got them. Josh asks, "So how do we tell 'em what we know without telling 'em what we know?" C.J.: "Well, we don't know anything so that shouldn't be hard." As C.J. breezes off, she asks Sam to stop by her office at lunch. Sam says sure and then mutters to Toby, "Think she knows?" Toby: "Yeah." Sam: "Why?" Toby: "'Cause she told me she knows." Sam asks if they can talk, and Toby tells him they can, and that he'll be right back. He's looking at something off-screen ahead of him. A secretary is whipping by (I believe it's the elusive Renee Estevez playing Nancy), and he tells her to hold on and stay there. She stops and waits as Toby walks toward the small clutch of people who caught his eye. Most of them are holding notebooks. One guy asks Toby whether he heard what Bertram Coles said on the radio. Toby says, "Yeah." Another reporter says, "And...?" Toby replies, "The Secret Service investigates all threats made against the President. It's White House policy not to comment on those investigations." The first guy says, "So you're telling me there's going to be a criminal investigation?" Toby, satisfied that he's stirred things up sufficiently, regards them very seriously and says, "I really can't comment on that right now. Damn, I gotta get back to my office." He walks away, back toward Nancy, and hands her the file he was carrying as he mouths the words "Thank you." I'm not entirely sure why he needed her to stand there, unless it was to make it seem like they'd interrupted him, and not like he deliberately went over to them, which of course, he did. Because Toby rules. Also, if that is Renee Estevez, she's got her Dad's eyes, and she sure looks like she could be Emilio's sister. Unlike Emilio, she doesn't look too dissipated; then again, to cut Emilio some slack, she hasn't been married to Demi Moore.
Episode Report CardDeborah: B+ | 766 USERS: B-
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