As C.J. enters the hallway, Carol tags along to tell her Danny wanted to see her for a second. Unbeknownst to C.J., Danny's right behind them. C.J. refuses. Carol starts to object and C.J. tells her, "Stop trying to get us together, okay? If I wanted Danny I could have him. And he's still a jackass from the foreign-ops vote and many other things, so tell him I'm getting my hair done." Danny: "Your hair looks great." It is much improved in this scene. C.J. stops and tells Carol, "There was no way you could tell me he was right behind me? You couldn't fit that in?" She tells Danny to come in her office and Carol takes off with a brief apology.
In her office, Danny tells C.J. his cricket-playing signal agent's missing. C.J.'s all, dude, are you still in my grill about Qumar? Do you not know we have moved on to Kundu? No, no. Danny tells her how he's looked all over for this guy: "The airstrip won't give me information; neither will the landlord, except he just signed a new two-year lease two weeks ago." C.J. wants to know how he knows. Danny: "Because I do." C.J. wants to know, if she helps him to find the cricket player, "Will you consider it a personal favour and not the White House cooperating with your story?" Danny says he would never think the White House was cooperating with him. C.J. thanks him. On his way out, Danny says, "Can I just ask...what is it you'd do exactly to have me?" She smiles and asks if there's anything else. There isn't. He leaves.
Charlie brings Bob Slattery into the Oval Office. Jed asks "Bobby" what's up. Bob says that intelligence outside Bitanga is thin and that the Archbishop's network of clerics is probably as good as it gets. Jed: "The Catholic Church has better intelligence than we do?" Bob says it's a very small embassy -- maybe ten people -- and there's no Agency presence whatsoever. Jed wonders how many are dead right now. Bob says there's no way of knowing. Jed insists on an estimate. Bob: "Could be as many as 5,000." Jed considers that and then states, "Bobby, I don't want to make noise, but I want to see a force depletion report. I want to know how many we'd lose, and I want to do it without going three rounds in the newspaper with Miles Hutchinson. Who do we have at the Pentagon who can do this for us?" Bob immediately mentions Jack Reese. After ascertaining that Bob trusts Jack, Jed asks to see force depletion on a peacekeeping force in Kundu and says they'll do their best to keep it away from the Secretary's office. Bob says that Jack won't need to hear the second part: "You just gave him an order." Jed thanks him, and Bob leaves.