Charlie flees in order to keep his sanity intact, as Leo arrives to pass along the bad news. He tells Jed about the two American targets, incorrectly placing Fort Myer in Maryland instead of Virginia. He adds that they're considering putting the White House on the list. Jed asks what they're doing. Leo explains that they've got air patrols and are directing air traffic away from D.C. He tells POTUS, "I want you to start getting into a mental place where you can order an unidentified plane shot down." As Jed paces uncomfortably, Leo tells them they're setting up a one-mile perimeter. (Around the White House, I'm guessing. Or possibly the military bases. Or maybe all of the above.) Fitz is going to call him to ask him to put the Coast Guard on alert. Jed asks, "We're leaning on Arab intelligence sources?" No, they got a call from Miss Cleo. Leo says their sources aren't what they used to be. Gee, I wonder if they're upset with the Bartlet administration for some reason. Leo wants to bring up the bunker, but Jed insists that he won't leave the White House and hide. He says it sends a bad message. Leo responds that President Charcoal doesn't look so good either. Actually, he doesn't. Leo does warn Jed that Secret Service isn't actually going to give him a say in the matter. If Ron Butterfield decides that Jed needs to be evacuated, he'll be evacuated whether he likes it or not. Just tell him that Shakespeare would never write a play about a president who got killed during his first term, and I'm sure they'll have no problem getting him to the bunker.
We return to a fancy department store that shopping-savvy forum posters insist is not Barney's. I've never been to a Barney's, so I don't know. The last time I bought clothes, I actually ordered them from the Old Navy website and had them shipped to me. C.J. and Hogan (played by Evan Rachel Wood, a.k.a. Jessie Sammler on Once and Again) are looking through fancy dresses. Simon stands near the central stairwell, scanning the surroundings for trouble. C.J. shows Hogan a dress, but says she doesn't like it because of the taffeta. Hogan looks at a dress, but C.J. insists it's too pink. Ew. I've never seen a pink dress that worked, ever. My sister wore a pink dress to prom, and I thought it was hideous. Hogan asks C.J. to stop looking at all the Vera Wang dresses, because they're too expensive. C.J. insists that she wants to be the "cool aunt" and has to do stuff like that. C.J. can be my cool aunt any time. C.J. pulls out a lovely black silk couture gown. Hogan points out that it's designed for somebody much taller than herself...someone like C.J. Indeed, C.J. picked the dress out for herself, and wanders off to try it on, along with some sheer gray dress that looks ugly on the hanger. Simon follows C.J. over to the dressing room to watch. I mean, from outside. At least, so far.