Hogan continues to look over the dresses, but then asks Simon what it is he's looking for. Simon responds, "You know it when you see it." Hogan asks for clarification. Simon checks to make sure there's nothing going on with C.J., then walks over toward Hogan and directs her to the central stairwell area. He stands behind her and sort of turns her so that she gets a brief glimpse of the other sections of the store on this particular floor. When he's done, he asks her what she saw. All she can remember is a mother with some kids, a man in a coat, and a checkout counter at which some people are waiting. Simon mentions the man in the coat, and asks Hogan why he would be wearing a coat while out shopping in May. Hogan says she doesn't know. Simon says he doesn't know either, so as long as they're in the store, he's going to be keeping track of that man. He heads back into position. He looks over to the dressing room, which has those half doors you can see underneath. We get to stare at C.J.'s legs for a few seconds, just in case all that discussion about surveillance made you forget that this is also intended to be a romantic subplot.
Hogan goes back to looking through dresses, but eventually asks Simon, "What would it take for you to brandish your weapon?" Simon says, "Excuse me?" Hogan: "What would it take right now to reach in and brandish your weapon?" Simon responds, "Listen, girlie, I'm not Roman Polanski or Woody Allen or any other borderline-pedophile creepy director, so you can go Lolita yourself somewhere else." Actually, Simon responds, "Something pretty extraordinary." Oh, man, did you get that? It would take something "extraordinary" to make him "brandish" his "weapon." I'm surprised C.J. didn't bounce out of the dressing room right then and there to exclaim, "Doesn't this dress look extraordinary?" Hogan asks him how he ended up as a Secret Service agent. He exposits that he went to college on a military scholarship, so he served in the armed forces for a few years. Then he was a police officer in Chicago for a few years (this is some sort of meta-joke about Mark Harmon's role in a short-lived television show called Charlie Grace), and then joined the Secret Service nine years ago. I think that's more than we ever learned about Mandy during her entire stint on the show, so I guess he'll be sticking around for a while. Hogan asks Simon whether he's ever had to "brandish" his weapon. Well, sometimes he gets really lonely and...no, wait. We're done with that metaphor for the moment. He says he has had to brandish and fire his gun before. Hogan ponders under what circumstances a Secret Service agent might have needed to use a weapon, and concludes that Simon was in Rosslyn when Josh and POTUS got shot. Hogan tells Simon that he's a "good guy," then, and pats him on the shoulder. Then she worries that she's not allowed to touch him. Simon says that it's okay. He'll regret saying that when she sticks her hand down his pants. Just then, C.J. comes out in the dress, looking magnificent (as if there could be any question). Hogan wants to spill the beans about Simon being at Rosslyn, but Simon interrupts Hogan and asks her to tell C.J. later. C.J. worries that Simon is bothering Hogan, but Hogan insists that he's not.