Margaret comes in to order C.J. gently into the Roosevelt Room for her meeting, but C.J. goes on about the memos and tells her to call everyone to get them turned in today. There's some sort-of product placement as she tells Margaret that the waiting headhunter can relax with a Coke until C.J. is ready. This Coke will have to wait, though, since it turns out that it's actually Franklin Hollis himself. Will's impressed, but C.J. is dismissive, since she's sure Margaret is mistaken, which is getting a little old already this hour and we're only nine minutes into the episode. Once Will peeks and confirms that it's Hollis, as Kate walks in to talk about a guy in the other room who looks remarkably like Hollis. Margaret reports, "He just bought an island. And Montana." C.J. is frantically combing her hair as she argues, "He didn't buy Montana. He bought...most of Montana. Will and Kate both want to meet him, but Will points out, "We shouldn't go in together. It would look...not...cool." Never any fear of that, Will. Your coolness is definitely not why I love you. C.J. does a tooth check with Kate -- as all girls will do for one another, no matter what -- and Will is completely disgusted. Fine, Will. That broccoli is staying in your teeth next time we're out.
Hollis is in the room talking with...his staff? I don't even know who these others are, but they look like they're having a business meeting until he tells them that they'll meet up in the lobby. C.J. shakes hands with Frank "Pseudo Bill Gates" Hollis.
Kate and Will wander off. He mentions that he's heading over to meet with the "D-triple-C." She seems surprised that he's getting an offer, but tries out, "Will Bailey, Executive Director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee." She likes the sound of the title, and he likes the idea of being involved with a number of different campaigns. He also admits he likes staying in D.C., which clearly pleases Kate. He admits hat the'd like to see what happened between the two of them, and they both look really sweetly pleased.