Inside, C.J. is on the phone, watching the monitor with some dismay as Jed walks out for the press appearance. She apparently asked them to wait before sending him, and then we hear that the person on the other end of the phone is Josh. Where is THAT sound being picked up? Did the White House allow C.J.'s phone to be tapped? Wow, they really are trusting. The documentary camera then swings dizzily to reveal that Josh is actually in his office at the opposite end of the hallway from C.J., pacing around while talking to her. C.J. does her nervous-yammering thing into the phone about the fact that the FBI director said the whole Shaw Island thing would be cleared up an hour ago, and it's not, and now here's Jed, taking questions on TV at the Ugandan event. Jed takes a question about Cuba, though, and he answers it about as you would expect. C.J. allows on the phone with Josh that Jed's answer, while not exactly what she would have said, wasn't bad. Just then, Rickie comes to C.J.'s door and says, "They have it." She hangs up, and Rickie elaborates that somebody just called in to a radio station from Shaw Island and gave up the fact that federal agents were about, and that there was gunfire. Rickie interviews that C.J. is "a great teacher," and that his job is "to protect her...to help her protect the president." Rickie, you are so much too good for this episode.
Back in C.J.'s office, Rickie tells C.J. that he pulled records from "Casey Creek" for her, and she mutters back that the FBI thinks that there will be cameras at Shaw Island shortly, and she's predicting aerial coverage in twenty minutes. As they stroll purposefully down the hallway, she tells him, "Hey, poker face. When it breaks, try to look surprised." He smiles back at her. FNG announces that, twenty-three minutes after C.J.'s prediction, the first aerial coverage of the Shaw Island incident showed up. We move around the bustling press room, where Brock, among others, is working the phones. Do you think I would look good with pigtails? Because I'm looking at a Wizard of Oz poster on my wall and wondering whether I should wear pigtails or, in the alternative, more dresses with aprons attached to them.