Toby exits an elevator and runs down the hall until he runs into Leo and Charlie. The Congressional resolution passed, asserting that the President has both the "authority and the imperative" to take action. Charlie is there, and he doesn't think that sounds too bad. Toby tells him, "It's the Oxford Debating Society's way of telling the President to get off his ass and do something, you feckless wimp." I know that Toby was not just calling Charlie a feckless wimp. He can call Jed that all he wants, but he'd better not mess with Charlie. Jed joins their little pedeconferencing coffee klatch, and they inform him of the results. Coat flip #2! As they enter Debbie's office (sans Debbie), they run into Kate. Jed asks her how his tie is, and she tells him she would have gone with the blue. Mr. President, please don't take fashion tips from anyone with those bangs. Jed asks Charlie to get the Prime Minister on the phone, and sends Kate in to the Oval Office, telling her to look unhappy. He also sends Toby off to call members of Congress. When Leo moves to follow Jed into the Office of O., Jed tells him, "Leo, head down to the sit room and tell the generals to keep their pistols in their pockets for the time being. You don't believe in this, Leo, and they're not gonna to want to do it. I can't have them picking up any signals from you that we disagree." And then it happens -- the door slams in Leo's face three times. One slam or one music cue would not have been enough. They had to repeat the slam three times. I suspect they would have put in some more slams if every person in the audience hadn't simultaneously screamed out, "We get it!"
Darkened hospital. I'm serious, is this the wing of the hospital where they treat people with acute sensitivity to light? HP is sitting next to Donna's bed, dozing off, while Josh talks to Toby on his cell phone. They are running down the list of Democrats who voted for the resolution. It's only after they discuss Congress that Toby gets around to asking how Donna is. Dick. Josh tells him that they won't know for a while, and Toby passes this info on to C.J., who has just walked into his office. A nurse gestures toward the "no cell phones" sign and tells him to turn off his phone. Her exact words are "Turn it off now, sir." I think I love her.