In Debbie's office, Babish waits with Toby for a security guard to come take him out of the building. We see tech guys setting up equipment for the President's remarks in the Oval. Babish tells Toby, "Rough in there." Toby thinks it was only to be expected. Babish tells Toby, "I thought he'd thank you for your service." Toby knows that Jed is angry, and it seems pretty clear to me that Toby's feeling angry himself. Babish tells Toby, "Someone should thank you for your service." And then an agent comes, asks Toby for his White House pass, and escorts him from the building. As Toby is being led down the corridors, Jed's remarks informing the nation of Toby's termination begin running on televisions. At one point, we see Toby and his escort walking down a hallway in the background while the foreground is dominated by the lower half of a television on which we can see Jed twisting and wringing his hands while he speaks. We're back to the deep tone and the military-sounding drums as Toby continues his long trip out of the West Wing. Once he's out the doors, we cut to credits.
This episode wasn't perfect by any stretch of the imagination. I loved most of the camera work, but some of it was needlessly complicated. And some of the dialogue was a bit clunky. And the whole Kazakhstan plot could have been dropped. But I can't watch all of the scenes between Richard Schiff, Allison Janney, Oliver Platt, and Martin Sheen without giving this an A-plus. There is simply no finer group of actors on network television today.