Sam asks Josh if he's okay, but Josh brushes it off. Cathy, who I take it is Sam's secretary, tells Sam that she ate his doughnut, and then informs him that the UFO Bob mentioned is still out there. Sam heads into his office, and Josh closes the door behind them. Josh starts out by asking Sam if he's close with Cathy. Sam answers, "I haven't seen her naked, if that's what you're asking." I can't help noting that it is possible to have sex while dressed. Hmm. Josh asks Sam how he felt when they gave him "the card" and didn't give Cathy one. Sam doesn't know what he's talking about. When he realizes that Sam didn't get a card either, Josh stammers a bit and then leaves. Josh, why don't you talk to Leo about it? Leo knows you have a card, so you won't be making any faux pas with him.
C.J. meets with her crackpots -- three conservationists, who are showing her pictures of a wolf named Pluie. They explain that wolves have to travel long distances to breed, because otherwise the packs become inbred and genetically weak. C.J. offers, "That helps explain Buckingham Palace." The conservationists are not amused. I like the way C.J. laughs at her own jokes. The point is that they want an 1800-mile-long roadway for wolves from Yellowstone to the Yukon. C.J. asks how they plan to get the wolves to follow the roadway signs, and they assure her that their scientists are working on it. C.J. points out that ranchers don't like wolves, and that ranchers vote. Conservationist #2, near tears, tells C.J. that "Pluie was shot and killed by a rancher last month." D'oh! C.J. asks how much the roadway would cost, and the answer she gets is that because of grants and corporate sponsorship, the government would only have to chip in $900 million. C.J. cracks up. Conservationist #1 admits, "Sure, there are other thing we could spend the money on..." and C.J. interrupts with a sarcastic, "You think?" Conservationist #2 asks if it would be better to spend the money on a fighter plane, or another Savings & Loan bail-out. C.J. suggests they could build schools with the money. Conservationist #1 says, "Let's move on to the grizzly bear," as a picture of one with the name "Bonnie" superimposed on it appears on the screen behind them.