Josh walks out, and there's Toby waiting for him in the hall. Toby asks what he was doing. He stops Josh with a hand. "What were you doing?" "Yes, I'm sorry. Yes, I did," Josh says. Do in the who with the what now? Toby says he wishes he hadn't and Josh knew that. "I did," Josh says. Ooh, acting exercise. Now do the mirror. "Yeah," Toby says, and walks away. If this beats The Sopranos next year at the Emmys for writing, I'm going to cry.
Mob Dad is still in Toby's office, looking at newspaper articles framed and hung on the walls. Toby comes into the office. Toby says his dad's flight has been cancelled. The shuttles are cancelled. The train tracks are frozen in Trenton. Toby asks what hotel he's staying at so they can try to get the room a few hours more. Dad says he didn't take a room. Toby asks Ginger to call around at hotels to try to get a room. Dad says he can hang out and be quiet. "You've got some pull in this town, eh?" Mob Dad asks.
Toby walks over to the next room, Sam's old office, where Will is sitting. There are bikes everywhere. Toby says that some of the junior staffers must have moved their bikes into the office in protest. Will says he doesn't care and wants to talk about the notes. Will says he agrees with two of the three notes. "No leading with reform, fix the pipes, don't buy new tool box." Will says you can only talk about the "tool box" at the beginning of an administration. Toby says that if you start out with something like campaign reform and nothing happens, you spent four years doing nothing about campaign reform. Mob Dad watches from the next office. Will says you gotta get on the field and win. Toby says he still thinks POTUS is right and that they'll have a meeting. "With who?" Will asks. With Toby and POTUS. Will says he shouldn't be there for that."You can tell him I said move the bicycles," says Toby. Will tells him to forget about that and that he's not meeting with the president. He doesn't feel comfortable. Toby holds up a hand, says, "Yeah," and walks away.
Toby walks next door and says he's striking out getting a hotel. Man, that was some fast dialing on Ginger's part. Mob Dad says he can just hang out. Toby gets irate that a guy with multiple criminal convictions thinks the secret service will let him walk around unescorted. "You can't," he grouses. "You're a threat to the president." "I'm really not," Mob Dad says sadly. Sad music. Snow outside the window. Toby sits and says he's going to work for a while now. Mob Dad sits down. We go outside to a reverse angle and pan back from the window.