Toby and Andy leave his office. She pulls on her coat as she says, "I like when you ask for my help, Toby." He's done with that, and says, "Listen, I read in the paper that I'm on the Benefit Committee for the Childhood Leukemia Foundation." She says she saw that too. He wonders if she knows why the paper wrote that. She blithely suggests they must have gotten it from the press release she sent them. Toby says, "I guess they must have. You didn't think it would be a better idea to ask me first?" Andy: "I really didn't." Toby: "Interesting." Andy: "I've found when I skip over that first step and move right to the second step, it becomes a lot harder for people to say no. Listen, you'll have fun, you'll look nice in your tuxedo..." Well, one of out two ain't bad. He'll probably look nice in the tuxedo. She keeps walking, but Toby stops dead in his tracks. She turns and looks at him. "Toby..." He muses, "Skip over the first step and move right to the second." Just then C.J. rushes up, briefly greets Andy, and asks Toby to stop by her office when he has a minute. But Toby has a look of evil genius on his face. C.J. says, "What?" Staring at Andy, Toby tells C.J. he wants her to announce tomorrow morning that Seth Gillette's joined the Blue Ribbon Commission on Social Security: "Make sure the press knows the Senator put the Democratic Party above personal differences, and that he put people above all. Make sure they know that he's a patriot and that when the President asked him to serve, Senator Gillette answered the call." C.J. looks at Toby like he has three heads. Andy looks both chagrined and impressed and a little like she's forgotten why they got divorced. C.J. asks, "Did he?" Toby says, "Yeah, I just saw it at your press briefing tomorrow morning." C.J. looks from Toby to Andy and back again, and kinds of shrugs, saying, "Okay, but this is really the last thing I'm doing before I quit." Toby says, "Okay." Andy doesn't say anything, and Toby continues walking her out.
In a meeting room, a bunch of suits are arguing about warning labels on entertainment products. Sam's standing at the door. An assistant speaks to one of the suits and pulls him out of the meeting. Sam and the guy walk back to Sam's office. I'm guessing this is Morgan Ross. I know I've seen this actor elsewhere, but I can't place him at all. ["He rang no bells for me, and I see a lot of movies and watch a lot of TV." -- Wing Chun] Ross says that the situation is actually getting better, because juvenile crime is down and overall crime is down.