We return from commercials to find Judiciary Lisa giving orders to an underling as Josh approaches her office. It is "Thursday." She comments as Josh enters that she's now seen him three times in one week, and feels honored. "In some cultures, we'd be married," she says. "Chilling," he says. Heh. Oh, Donna Schmonna. I think I want Josh to go out with Judiciary Lisa. She asks if the nominee is going to be Shelton, and Josh says he's certainly the frontrunner. But Josh wants to shut the door so that they can talk. "I'm going to float an idea here that even I can't believe I'm mentioning, and my colleagues definitely can't believe I'm mentioning, and the president would probably prefer I drop completely." He goes on. "And if I find it in the Washington Post tomorrow morning, I'll march straight out to the press room and tell them the idea came from you. It'll embarrass the crap out of your boss, and you'll be on Hotjobs by nightfall." You tell 'em, you big nutball. I'm so happy somebody gave Josh a week to return to his old pesky idealist roots and get away from being the kind of arrogant punk he's been so often in the last year or two.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: A | 1304 USERS: B-
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