Ginger tells Toby there's a woman on the phone doing some sort of skits on the Hill and she wants to know when Albert Anastasia was killed. Toby says he doesn't know, but tells her to hang on a second. Toby goes to his office, opens the door and asks his dad when Albert Anastasia was killed. "October of 1957," he says. Toby passes on the info. He goes into Will's and says the meeting is set for 7:30. Will makes him promise he'll be there. Toby says that when Will goes home that night, he's going to have the overwhelming instinct to drink. "Trust that instinct," Toby says. Toby tells him to manage the pain and not to try to be a hero. What, nothing about making love to a real woman? Will asks who rides a bike to work when there's going to be a foot and a half of snow. "These are all good questions," Toby says and walks out. Will says, by the way, that Toby's dad seems nice and that they were talking before. Will asks if Toby's dad has retired. Yep. He asks what his dad used to do. Toby says he made women's raincoats, and before that, he worked for Murder Incorporated. Here's what FindAGrave.com has to say about Albert Anastasia: "Oragnized [sic] Crime Figure. He was part of 'Murder Incorporated,' a group of professional killers who worked solely for the National Crime Syndicate in the 1930s. The killers received assignments and payments to murder total strangers in the New York area or anywhere in the country, murdering anyone selected by the syndicate board. Murder, Inc. was destroyed when Reles turned informant in 1940." Sorry, you can look up who "Reles" is on your own. There's silence in the office. "Boy, it really is snowing," Toby says, as he walks off.
Back from commercials, Josh is on the phone talking to someone about earthquakes and Turkey, which is somehow keeping people from going and helping to open up that church in Israel. He asks the person on the phone to get back to him. Through the office window, we can see Donna standing next to him. Donna rattles off people who are working on the infant-mortality thing. She says they think they can do it with some offsets, including cutting some early childhood nutrition programs. "The kids'll just die later," Josh says, all incredulous. O&B is exploring a dedicated tax. Josh says that's a tax on poor people because they can't afford medical care. Donna says she wouldn't try to sell it that way. Josh says, "I'll get you there first thing in the morning." Donna asks what Josh meant earlier when he said, "It's not what it looks like." Josh asks if Jack is already down there, by which I guess he means the place Donna was going to stay with her new man. Josh says he'll call and apologize. "What did you mean?" Donna asks. Josh explains that he wasn't trying to keep Donna there on purpose. Donna asks why she would think he was doing that. "I wasn't," Josh says. She asks again why she'd think that. "I don't know. It's just something I said," Josh answers. Josh says it's not a total disaster. C.J. is going to have her staff make gingerbread men and put them on the chairs in the press briefing room. Hee. Josh says after that, he'll get Donna drunk at the bar. Oh yes, let a playa play! Donna says that sounds nice. Josh says he has to go see the president. Now that's a pick-up line.