POTUS is at his desk writing stuff. Charlie comes in and sits next to the desk. "Sir?" Jed: "Yeah? It's called penmanship, Watson. Something your generation wouldn't know about because of the computers. How many of these things am I doing?" Charlie says sixty. Jed wants to know how many he's done. Charlie says three. Jed's surprised. Charlie: "This is what I'm talking about." Jed complains that Charlie's system is slowing him down. Charlie says he doesn't have a system. Jed: "You're kidding!" I can't tell if he's being sarcastic or is actually surprised. Leo wanders in from the portico and asks if Jed's ready. Jed wants to know if they could have colour coding and priority lists and stickers and so forth: "Can I get a little bureaucracy going here?" I thought he wasn't a big fan of the colour coding. Leo asks what he's doing. Jed says he's doing what the President does: asks people for things, then thanks them for things. Jed gets up and tells Charlie to take the calls to the Mansion, and he'll meet him there after this.
Jed and Leo head down to the Sit Room. On the way, Jed tells a yarn about the cats his kids had when they were younger: Mr. Finch and Mrs. Wilberforce. Or something; he can't remember. Leo says he never really liked human names for animals. Jed: "Really? Well, I can't believe my kids didn't think to ask you what to name the cats. But they used to bring mice into the house and show 'em to me." Who, the kids or the cats? Jed says this is how he's starting to feel about the Swiss. Leo just humours him, as he does with all of Jed's anecdotes and yarns.