Zoey and Leo enter, and are incensed to hear that Roush is polling at 46 percent. Wait, I lied. They don't care. Leo tells the Prez, "Leave Elliot Roush alone; you beat him already." The Prez responds, "He's come back. Like crabgrass pulled from the lawn. Not by the root but by the other thing." "Leaf"? Just a guess. Leo asks how the calls are going, is told that they're going well, and starts to leave, but C.J. gestures at him to wait. The Prez asks if Zoey wants to talk to him, and she says, "Not if you're in this mood." With a sigh, the Prez sets down his orange juice and tries to explain: "This is real. And a man who makes the Spanish Inquisition look like a Barbara Walters special is now polling at 46 percent in your school district, for which I have personally baked things to raise money." C.J., delighted, asks, "You baked things?" The Prez tells her that she can go. She and Leo exit while Zoey chats with her dad. In the hallway, C.J. tells Leo that she's still getting asked about "aftermath stories." Leo says not to do it. C.J. says, "I know that, but I was wondering..." Her beeper interrupts, and she mutters, "This isn't going to be good." Leo asks what she was wondering about, but C.J. tells him not to worry about it. Leo exits, and C.J. picks up a phone.
Toby is harassing Sam in the bullpen. He reads, "Step three: public disclosure of membership and contributor rolls for all organizations on the Attorney General's list of hate groups. This allows the American public to know who these people are, and where their funding is coming from." Sam brings up that pesky right to free association. Which is what allows me to bring up things like crickets while discussing a television program. Doesn't it? Sam points out, "Laws like this were passed in the South during the civil rights movement to root out members of such terrorist organizations as the NAACP." Toby says he knew Sam was going to say that. Sam doesn't care, and goes on to mention that the Supreme Court said such laws were unconstitutional. Toby, who really has lost his mind, says, "That was an ultra-activist Warren Court that struck down those laws, and I think they'd see it differently today." I'm not saying he's wrong, but this is so un-Toby-like that I'm waiting for the rest of the staff to try and peel off his face mask and reveal that Toby has been replaced by an alien impersonator. Sam comes close to that when he shouts, "Toby, you're an ultra-activist!" Toby shouts back, "And I was shot at, and so I'm acting! Right now!" C.J. approaches, and Sam tells her, "He wants everyone to have to register affiliation with the FBI." C.J. asks Toby if he has any problems with the First Amendment. "I'll get around them," Toby grumps as he leaves.