Outside, Will asks Charlie if he could get Governor Bartlet's public statements from the New Hampshire State House. Charlie says it's not a problem. He also asks for copies of Bartlet's floor speeches from the House. Charlie offers to send a couple of people to the Library of Congress. Before he can finish, Josh says, "...everything he's ever said out loud in his life?" Yup, that's what Will wants.
Donna knocks on Josh's door saying the tickets came. Josh: "For what?" Donna: "The balls." Josh: "Could you hang onto mine for me until Sunday?" Donna: "Yeah." Bwah! I just exploded with laughter on that one. I wasn't even sure I heard it right at first. I don't know how Brad Whitford and Janel Moloney got through that without smirking themselves silly. Well, they're professionals and all. I think it helps that they were positioned so they didn't have to look at each other while delivering those lines. Also: was that a 'shipper shout-out? Also: Bwah! Donna tells Josh that Jack will be wearing a sabre. Josh: "God, Donna, please tell me that's not the only thing he's going to be wearing." Donna waxes on about Jack's dress blues and the various bits of official bumph, boojum, and brass he'll have all over them, among which are a Purple Heart and a Bronze Cross. Guess she loves a man in uniform. Josh: "I'll be wearing a tuxedo from Gary's." Yeah, but she'd still dump Sparky like so much moldy cheese if you made one clear, unmistakeable move toward her, Josh. Josh wants to know who's been on the phone. Donna says it's people from the State Department. He can't figure out how they know about the change in the speech already. Donna says they want to know why their Public Affairs Director is meeting with Will Bailey. Wait, I thought he was the Communications Director. Josh says that POTUS asked Toby and Will to look at the language, and tells her to keep the President out of it. Then he thinks better of it and tells her to tell them Josh asked them to look at it. Donna mentions as she leaves, "Thirteen buttons on the trousers." Josh, with a cute smile: "I don't want to know how you know that." Except he totally does. Donna smiles flirtatiously and saunters off.