Conference room. I think Margaret needs some remedial math, because there are hardly 218 members of the Congress there. Leo greets several members by name, and tells the one Democrat present that he's "surprised to see [her] running with this crowd." She claims that it's not a partisan issue, and the Speaker tells Leo that they thought a show of unity was important. The Speaker asks Leo and Toby if they've been listening to the radio, and they both try to make with the funny. Leo: "I've been a little busy." Toby: "Oldies radio? Traffic reports?" But it's clear that the Speaker is referring to talk radio, which is apparently in a frenzy over the idea of a peace summit. Just then, Jed walks in, and asks the Speaker if "these [are] the same right-wing turkey basters who said that I faked MS to get the sympathy vote in the last election?" "Turkey basters"? Turkey basters? Where did that come from? That's certainly not a New Hampshire thing, and I don't think it's a generational thing. Maybe John Wells accidentally dipped into his box of "lesbian insults" from the Romano days. The Speaker -- and his Democratic colleague -- point out that members of Congress died, and that they don't believe that a peace summit is the appropriate way to honor their memories. The Speaker tells Jed, "You have to go on national television, admit your mistake, and retract those invitations. You've insulted those men and their memories. You have to put this summit back in the cereal box it came in." Wait, does the cereal box also come with a turkey baster? Is this cereal called "Nutty Crunchy Peaceful Lesbian-Os"? Because I think that would sell pretty well in my neighborhood. Jed tells Leo that he's not there to play games, and starts to walk out. At the door, he tells the Speaker, "I am trying to find a way to make peace. And when I do, you can go on TV and explain why you were against it." Well, Jed, that's a nice line, assuming that you are able to succeed where countless others have failed. I don't think anyone could ever accuse this President of lacking self-confidence.
Ultra-dark hospital corridor. Is there a power shortage in Germany? Is the U.S. government so in debt that it can't afford to pay the electric bill for the hospital? A doctor (or nurse, who can tell in those scrubs) walks up to Josh and HP and tells them that a clot was discovered in Donna's right lung. Didn't we already learn this in the last episode? The doctor says, "She asked if she could see you for a moment before we put her under." HP says, "Me?," and the doc burst his bubble by telling them that it is actually Josh that Donna wants to see.