Josh and Donna are working on the stamp project in his office. Josh is not really listening to Donna, and she asks, "Do you want to do this or not?" Josh: "I don't." Donna says, enticingly, "I did index cards." Eighty-seven of them, apparently. Josh tells her to reduce it to three. Donna declares, "Philately's fun, Josh." Josh doesn't quite hear her and she clarifies, "Philately: stamp collecting." He tells her to be careful how she says that word, and Donna cuts him off with, "Can we work?" He asks her to tell him what she knows. This may or may not take a while. Donna: "The process by which a stamp enters into circulation begins with the American public..." Josh: "Well, that's always our first mistake." Donna rambles about the number of proposals submitted annually to the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee, which Josh refers to as the Dork Squad. She then concisely cites chapter and verse on Marcus Aquino's numerous and admirable achievements and suggests, "Let's put him on a stamp." Josh says, not sarcastically, "Let's put you on a stamp." Donna smiles adorably and says, "Okay." Josh suggests that they talk about "the problem."
C.J. peers around the door to the Communications area.