Charlie comes to the portico door of the Oval Office, where C.J. and Jed are waiting for Gus to show up for the throwing of the light switch. This story of this kid's reticence to throw the damn switch could probably be less engaging, but I'm not sure how. Charlie says that Liz says they should have rehearsed. Uh, weren't they waiting around all damn day for this planned rehearsal? God, stick the kid in front of his Playstation 2 already and forget about him. Let's get on with it. Jed thinks he should go up and see the reluctant moppet. C.J. reminds him that seven thousand people are waiting in the cold to see some lights go on. Zoey comes in, reporting that there's been a lot of noise, and "somebody's in a time-out." Jed: "Gus, or Doug?" Zoey volunteers to go. Jed asks her Secret Service guy if it's okay. He says it is. Jed says it's cold out there, and wonders if she has a coat. Charlie gives Zoey his coat and she says in an offhand way, "You're a prince." Aw. You're damn right he is. Also: frog...prince...get it? Jed puts his arm around her, and they go outside, as the Secret Service guy narrates that "Eagle" and "Bookbag" are moving, and "Bookbag" is replacing "Tonka" (Gus), warning various units to prepare for a possible surge. C.J. remarks to Charlie as they walk behind Jed and Zoey, "She's good." We end up watching Jed and Zoey on a monitor inside the White House, through a French door.
Will comes into his office to find a crew of men assessing what boxes and equipment are needed to move him out. He's told that he's being moved into his new place in the OEOB. He says he doesn't have a place over there. Next door, Toby shuts his door very firmly as he enters his office, just barely glancing in Will's direction. I think he should have just spray-painted "Don't Fuck With Me" on the glass between their offices. Will signs the form he's supposed to and glances toward Toby. Bye, Will.