All the secretaries are gathered about in a gossip-fest. It appears that they are arguing over how sure someone is about something. Margaret tries to hush them all as Donna declares, "She just said, she knew it in her heart, which is very different from somebody saying --" "I know it for sure!" insists the secretary tentatively identified as Sheen-spawn. Mrs. Landingham interrupts, "Excuse me." Quickly taking stock of the situation, she says, "You all work for very important people. This is not a place for gossip. You understand me?" Abashed looks from the secretaries. Mrs. L exits, to go schedule her next poker night with Grams Lindley. ["Ha!" -- Wing Chun] Donna refuses to be cowed, and immediately says, "She said she knew it in her heart. You know how many things I've been wrong about in my heart?" Josh suddenly steps out of his office, notes, "Here's a group of federal employees," and goes on his way. Donna rushes after him and asks if she can talk to him in Sam's office. "We'll need to ask Sam, don't you think?" asks Josh. Donna nods, "I need Sam, too." Luckily, Sam is passing by just then and is drafted into their chat. As they head for Sam's office, Donna starts jabbering about the advance man who took a Navy helicopter to go play golf. Sam says that the guy's name is Chad Magrudian. "Didn't he use to work for us?" Josh wonders. Sam says that Chad kept screwing up: "He advanced the Puerto Rico trip and spent a half a day scuba diving. Which was nowhere on the President's itinerary. He advanced the New York trip and got impossible tickets to something the President had no intention of seeing." Josh asks what Donna would like to tell them. "We know who leaked the story," Donna says. Josh closes the door.
C.J. is working her way through the report when Toby stops by, looking dashing in his overcoat. Toby mentions Chad's golf game. C.J. says she heard about it from Danny, who heard about it from a White House source. "Danny gave it to you?" Toby asks. C.J. asks, "Is there a problem with that?" "As long as it wasn't the other way around," Toby says, and then hastily adds, "That was a joke." "It better have been," C.J. says. Next, Toby tells C.J. about Zoey's sociology teacher, and says, "We're going to get her out of the class." This must be a new part of the Prez's platform, where are children are guaranteed an education, unless their teachers have opinions the Prez doesn't like. He tells her that she can dump that story out with the rest of the trash. Giving his best puppy-dog look, Toby adds, "And I was kidding before." C.J. declares that she doesn't leak stories to Danny. Toby, still looking sad, says he believes her, and then asks, "You okay by yourself?" "Why wouldn't I be okay?" says C.J. Toby thinks about that for a second, smiles quickly, and says, "Okay." He says goodnight and leaves.