Charlie waits next to Margaret's desk with a grave expression on his face. When Leo arrives, he wordlessly follows him into his office. Leo asks, "What is it?" Charlie doesn't look at him and doesn't say anything. Leo assures him, "Charlie, you can talk to me. What is it?" Charlie still doesn't say anything. Leo's getting a little more impatient, and finally Charlie begins, without looking directly at Leo, "When Zoey and Ellie went to college...when they went to college they would have had to fill out a health form." Leo still doesn't get it. Charlie continues, "On the form they ask for a number of things, including a complete family medical history." Now Leo gets it: "God..." Charlie finally glances at Leo. "Charlie...how did you know he was sick? How did you know that the President was sick?" Charlie doesn't explain, and says instead, "Leo, if you're under eighteen when you start as a freshman...if you're under eighteen you need a parent's signature." Leo looks pretty pale. He says, "Okay...okay..." Charlie starts to apologize, but Leo assures him that he absolutely did the right thing. He says, "Okay...okay...go back to work." Charlie leaves. Leo calls Margaret in and tells her he needs to see all of Zoey Bartlet's admissions paperwork for Georgetown. Margaret doesn't think they'll release that to them. ["Speaking as a registrar's daughter, that's damn right." -- Wing Chun] He instructs her to call Pat Carr, the family lawyer: "And you tell him I want it." Margaret asks whether she may tell him why, and Leo tells her just to get it right now. Margaret's such a nosybody. More commercials.
Now C.J. is questioning Donna about the leak. She's trying to ascertain whether Josh might have spoken to her about the meeting in the Roosevelt Room. Donna's not sure. C.J. says that someone could have overheard them talking. Donna says she'll try to remember, adding, "There's so much to remember," and sighing heavily. C.J. asks whether she's okay. Donna says she'll be fine. C.J. gently asks whether Donna talked to anybody about it. Donna looks down and says nothing. Finally she says, "I can't lie like this anymore." C.J. leans forward, asking, "Are you saying it was you?" Donna starts babbling a confession, saying she called Terry Cashin, and that it doesn't stop there -- that she's a madwoman, and it doesn't stop at the leak. Well, I'll grant her that. C.J. wonders what she's talking about; Donna says she should call the authorities, and send them to her parents' house in Madison. C.J., incredulously: "Why?" Donna: "They'll find the Lindbergh baby in the basement." C.J. slaps the desk in frustration, saying, "All right." Donna adds, "Also some Post-it Notes reminding me where I put Jimmy Hoffa." C.J. orders her to get out. As Donna gets up, she makes some buggy eyes and says, "I framed Roger Rabbit." C.J. keeps ordering her out. At the door, Donna says, "I'm going to the place, you want a salad?" C.J.: "Thanks." She bellows for Carol.