C.J. is in her office, teleschmoozing with a Senator, thanking him for his support during the budget process. As they speak, Margaret gestures at the door to ask if C.J. can see Annabeth. Annabeth sits down just as C.J. is wrapping up the call: "Oh, I'm fine. I only use the internet to shop. Thanks for asking." And then, when she hangs up, "Cripes!" Annabeth tells her that she has some interview requests: "The Advocate, Out, The Village Voice, The San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Times, Goddess Monthly, Nantucket Republican, and the NCAA Field Hockey Quarterly." C.J.: "Field hockey?" Annabeth: "No, I just made that one up. As a joke." C.J. thinks that Annabeth is "as perky as all get out." C.J. asks her about the statement: "I just want to make sure this doesn't distract from the business of, say, the government." Annabeth tells C.J., "I've been struggling with this a bit. You want to emphatically deny something you have no problem with, and make it publicly clear this is a private matter?" C.J. looks at her with a completely straight face, and says, "That would be great." Pause. Pause. Pause. Annabeth: "Okie-dokie."
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