Donna comes out of C.J.'s office, and walks over to Leonard and C.J. Leonard asks how Janet is doing. Donna says she asked how the money exchange works; Donna told her she didn't know. C.J. states that it's not the money: "It's a promise to honour international sanctions against the export of something called col-tan by the Rwandan Army." Donna asks what that is. C.J. says it's a mineral that's plentiful in the Congo, necessary for making cell phones and pagers and the Rwandans and Ugandans smuggle it. ("Col-tan" refers to columbite-tantalite, and apparently the price for a ton can reach $200,000 USD). Josh comes over to them just then and delivers the bad news: he's had word that Price is dead: "He was killed in an ambush. Embassy Kinshasa's going to get the body." Donna looks stricken. C.J. and Leonard head for her office. Josh walks back to his office, leaving Donna to stand there and watch C.J. and Leonard tell Janet the terrible news. Janet cries out and Leonard and C.J. struggle to support her as she collapses on the couch and sobs. Donna turns and looks back down the hall at Josh standing in his doorway watching, too. He goes into his office. Donna walks back toward her desk, contemplating whether she really wants to leave this workplace in order to comment on it from a distance. Does it make any difference if she's there or not? She doesn't know.
Stanley says it can't be easy being Jed. Jed insists it's not the job. Stanley means it can't be easy being inside Jed's head. Jed wants to know what's wrong with his head. Stanley doesn't know. Jed: "Well, of course not. That would be $385 an hour." Dude, if the price bothers you that much, end the session and find a cheaper shrink. Stanley suggests that they keep moving the goalposts on him: "Get 'A's, good college, Latin honours, get into the London School of Economics, get a good teaching job, Ivy League school, tenure, now you gotta publish, now you gotta go to Stockholm..." Yup, just one big Nobel Prize-winning drag.