Bruno and C.J. split up. As C.J. makes her way through the room, she runs into Donna, and says, "You might want to tell Josh that a few carloads of women..." just as Josh comes shooting through the doors and races toward the Executive Entrance. Donna: "Yeah, he knows." C.J. leaves. As Josh reaches the entrance he hears someone say, "Jawwwsh..." He says, without looking, "Hang on, a couple of people from the Women's Leadership Coalition..." He looks back and sees Amy standing there, bundled up in a coat and scarf. If it's that cold out, wouldn't Jordan and Leo have been pretty chilly on the portico? Josh walks over to Amy and says hello. Amy says hello, and adds, "It's a target-rich environment and I don't want to cramp your style. I just wanted to stash my coat in your office." Josh says sure and gestures toward it; she says, "Come here," and kisses him quickly, on the left cheek, I guess. Hard to tell because the camera's behind his left shoulder.
As Josh and Amy walk toward Josh's office, Amy's rambling about all the elections they apparently bet on and which ones she won and how much he owes her. She's up ninety bucks, but says there's a bond issue in Jasper, Alabama that's going to put her in a new pair of Manolos if it goes her way. Josh, struggling with the lock on his door: "So the guys at Lexington and Concord, they didn't die in vain." He pronounces "Concord" the way it looks, which I'm pretty sure irks a lot of people, especially Bostonians. I believe it's supposed to be pronounced "conquered." Amy says no way. Josh tells her about the Sam thing in the California 47th. She knows; she already heard. Josh rambles on about all the extenuating circumstances as Amy wonders if Josh would like her to open the door. Josh finally does so. Amy mentions that she helped Will Bailey raise money. Josh: "For a dead candidate. Of course you did." He rambles on that Sam's going to have to have the worst conversation of his life with Kay Wilde. Amy says that Sam should run; that's what she came here to tell him. Josh says he'll get killed. Amy says that tomorrow morning, they're going to be dealing with a very angry minority which feels the President didn't do enough to make it the majority. Josh: "Angry House Democrats. I'm shivering. Hold my hand!" He adds that the President's coattails were long enough to get a dead Democrat elected in Orange County: "Any Congressman complaining..." Amy says, "Will be smoothed over if the President sends a top lieutenant, still shining from victory, on a suicide mission to Disney's California Adventure." Josh asks, "You're ahead ninety bucks?" Amy says yes, and reminds him it's early. He tells her to give him his coat. She unwraps her scarf and takes off her coat, revealing a tight, strappy, fairly short red dress. It seems like a little much for what's basically an office party where most people are in business attire. As Josh gawks, she holds out her coat expecting him to take it, instead of throwing it on the chair like a normal person, or you know, hanging it up herself. In a mild dress-induced stupor, he says, "What?" Amy says she didn't say anything. He says her coat will be here. She says she's going to go collect money. He says, "Enjoy," as he watches her go. He hangs up her coat, and paces behind his desk for a while, muttering to himself. He suddenly calls out, "Donna!" She takes half a nanosecond to appear and asks, "How'd you know I was out there?" Josh says he could feel her lurking. He asks her to get Will Bailey on the phone.