On their way out, Toby tells Will that every speech POTUS gives on Tuesday has to be about their tax plan. Will says that POTUS is making nine public remarks on Tuesday, and that he can get it done. Toby says he can, because he's going to use the speechwriting staff to help him: "You will tell them what you need, you will expect it. You will tell them how they can do better and they will do it." Will replies, "In theory. On paper, your plan is very sound." It turns out that the staff still resents and dislikes Will. Will wonders what he's done. Toby doesn't know why they don't like him nor does he care. Will: "I made Rice Krispies treats." Aw. ["They must hate him a lot; normally, bringing in sweet carbohydrate-based treats is the best way to win over any office." -- Wing Chun] Toby explains that Will's been here for three minutes and they've been working for the President for years: "They have whiplash." Will mentions the Rice Krispies treats again; Toby barks that he can't believe they haven't come around yet. He tells Will that many of these remarks are the lowest possible priority and that there are better uses of Will's time: "Now instruct your staff!" Will agrees and leaves.
Will turns to Ginger and asks, "Are you by any chance on my staff?" She is. He asks to her to organize a meeting of the speechwriting staff this evening. Ginger: "Are you gonna be there?" Will: "Yes. Yes! The meeting's with me." Ginger: "Yes, sir." Will goes into his office, pauses at the door, and looks like he was going to say something else to her, but then thought better of it.