Someone knocks. Jed excuses himself. It's Charlie again, saying that Leo needs to see him. Jed: "Okay, anyone else?" Charlie says Toby's after Leo. Jed says, "You're young, Charlie. Don't you want to be having fun right now?" Charlie: "Yes, sir. But I work for you." Hee. Jed: "I get that a lot. Leo!"
Leo comes to the door and tells Jed he looks sharp. He calls out a hello to Abby, who's on the couch with the cushions on her lap again. Leo quietly tells Jed what's happened in Venezuela, and that the Americans in the refinery are safe. He says it's over. Jed: "Yeah, well, we kinda knew it was going to be like this." He asks if Jordan's still there, and wishes Leo a good night. Leo: "You know Toby's lurking out here, right?" Jed does. He calls out to Toby.
Leo leaves and Toby arrives at the door. He greets Jed and glances into the room: "Good evening, Mrs. Bartlet. That's a lovely housecoat you're wearing." I know on the page it looks pretty Eddie Haskell, but it really wasn't, so much. Just a bit. Jed says he's in the middle of something and wonders if it's something that could possibly wait until tomorrow. Toby says it is, and apologizes. Then he adds, "I stopped by 'cause I hadn't told you that Andi's pregnant. It's twins, and of course, I'm the father." Jed: "Well, that's great. Well done. See you tomorrow." Toby says, "Yeah," and Jed shuts the door. Abby makes a sound of exasperation: "Jed!" She gets up and calls out to Toby as she throws on an actual robe. Jed opens the door again and Abby says in a nice way, "Get in here!" As Toby passes Jed, Jed says, "I was this close," gesturing with his thumb and forefinger about an inch apart.
Abby: "Andi's pregnant?" Toby: "Yeah. It's twins. A boy and a, um, uh, a girl." Abby looks excited. She takes Toby's face in her hands, kisses his cheek, and says, "That is the most wonderful news! I'm gonna cry." Jed sternly says, "You should marry that girl, Toby." He takes a taste off something on the cart. Toby: "I'm doing my best, sir." Abby asks how far along Andi is. Toby says she's due at the end of May. He says he has a picture, and pulls out the sonogram. Jed: "Wait a second...end of May?" Abby takes the picture and sits down to look at it all excited. Jed says he's doing math in his head. Jed wants to know why he didn't tell them until now. Abby: "Jed, he doesn't need a reason." Jed, suspiciously: "Yeah, but he's got one." Toby: "The truth is, I don't, sir -- at least, not a good one. I was intimidated by your Catholicism." He smiles kind of sheepishly. Jed: "Really?" Toby says yeah. Jed: "It's my Catholicism, Toby. It works for me." Abby: "And me." Jed: "And her. Did you break any laws?" Toby: "No, sir." Jed: "Then a blessing on your house, young man. Mazel tov!" Little nod to Fiddler there, I believe. Jed raises his glass and drinks. He takes the picture back from Abby. As he leaves, he asks, "Is that caviar there?" Abby sweetly says, "Not really, no." Jed: "Let's go." He lets Toby out.