Donna jumps up into the frame and puts her fists in the air. "A-ha!" Josh asks, "What you got there?" Donna says, "Precedent, baby!" Josh: "Precedent?" Donna: "Precedent, the mother's milk of, you know, making your point and being right." Um, okay. She starts to ramble about how the Jewish War Veterans lobbied for a stamp, even though the stamp rules prohibit honouring groups whose primary undertakings are religious. The JWV argued that their primary contributions were fighting for their country. Josh asks what happened; Donna's gleeful expression falls as she reads on and sees that they were denied. She goes on to look for something else, and points out that the luna moth has a stamp, and "you don't see the National Organization of Entomologists freaking out." Josh: "No, but I'd pay good money to see that." She keeps following him and exclaims another big "Aha!" She reads off a list of veteran groups who've been issued stamps. Josh gets a call that the President is back and rushes off.
Nadia is still jawing with Leo about the silo situation. She says that any inspection team has to include mutual representatives; she wants the Finns. He says he'll take it to the State Department but that they're not going to want to accept limitations on the team. They'll agree to notify Russia of the team's entry, but not to wait for approval. She says she's going to insist on notification and approval. She goes on to list several other demands she has, including that photographs and samples and so forth remain under Russian control. POTUS wanders in unheard from the Oval Office. Leo sees him first and stands, as does Nadia. His opening line is, "Your paranoia was a lot sexier back when you guys were communists, Nadia." She claims it's good to see him. He continues, "From where do you get the nerve to try and dictate terms on this? Are you insane? Your missile regiment is in a horrifying state of disrepair. Your best-trained operators have left or died; the ones you've got aren't paid very much when they're paid at all. They don't have enough to train with. Your ICBMs are well beyond their warranty life. Not seven weeks ago you mistook a Norwegian weather rocket for a submarine-launched Trident missile 'cause the Crosstac information never made it to the Russian C&C system. Leo, At the time the SS-19 exploded, it was being drained of its liquid hydrogen in an attempt by deserting soldiers to, wait for it..." He points to Leo. Leo: "Steal the warhead?" POTUS: "Steal the warhead!" He pauses. "When were you gonna tell us about that?" Nadia says that he shouldn't be concerned with the welfare of the Russian people. He says that he is, but that's not what they pay him for: "You guys fall asleep at the switch in Minsk, and I've got a whole hemisphere hiding under the bed. How do you not tell us this is going on? How do you not ask us for help?" Nadia haughtily starts to tell him that they don't need help but POTUS tells her they're sending in NATO inspectors. Nadia says that she and Leo were just discussing the terms. Leo states that the terms are that they're sending in NATO inspectors or POTUS is taking a walk to the Press Room. Nadia looks haughtily peeved. She looks like someone who's killed at least a few people. POTUS starts to go back to his office, and adds, "I really don't know from where you guys get the nerve." She fixes him with a look and says, "From a long, hard winter, Mr. President." He just stares back at her and Leo for a bit, then goes into his office.