C.J. opens the curtain to coach, also known as the press section of the plane. The lights are just turning on. She apologizes for waking them, but tells them that Jed has an announcement. Someone starts to wheel Jed down the corridor to the press section, but he says, "No, I'll take it from here." And then with superhuman grit and determination, he wheels himself down the corridor. I join with the many, many people who called bullshit on this scene. I get that they wanted to show how much Jed needed to be seen as being able to take care of himself, but if we're to believe that his right arm is too weak to shake hands, I just don't buy the wheelchair bit. Not to mention that with the IV stuck in the back of his hand, any kind of movement would be extraordinarily painful. In any case, he makes his way to the press section, and we hear C.J. announce, "Ladies and Gentlemen, the President of the United States." Fade to black.
Next week, there's apparently an asteroid headed toward Earth. When did Keckler and I switch shows?