Out in a hallway somewhere, C.J. tracks down Toby to let him know that four stations are going to be carrying the president's Thursday-night press conference instead of one, as originally planned. Man, millions of Survivor viewers are going to be furious. Toby's heading out to go sightseeing with Tabatha, and to try to get the party back on track. C.J. offers to handle it if Toby needs her, but Toby is not about to give up the opportunity to pretend he's on a date with the poet laureate. Toby says he can take care of it: "She's a poet. She's new to things like 'consequences.'" Grr. Just a warning -- there's a huge, nasty rant at the end of this particular storyline, courtesy of yours truly. C.J. begins to ask Toby a question about something, but changes her mind, wishes him luck, and heads off elsewhere.
Subplot of Sorkin's Discontent. Josh is looking at his computer monitor in confusion and shouts out for Donna to come help him. Josh is having problems with LemonLyman.com. Donna is the very picture of "I'm not surprised at all, you moron." Josh says that the folks at the site haven't taken his response "in the spirit in which it was intended." He says that he's confused by the site's forum moderator, "who seems to pride herself in her organizational skills and a certain amount of discipline." Donna responds, "Right. That's what's called a control freak." Because no other form of media on earth requires a leader to keep things organized and disciplined. Josh continues that the moderator's big on scolding, telling posters when they've posted in the wrong threads, or to stop using capital letters (though I'm sure she meant posting in all-caps), and telling people that she doesn't have time to repeat herself constantly, when "clearly she does." But that's not Josh's main problem. The problem is the responses he's gotten from the posters. One reads, "Somebody needs to deal with Josh's planet-sized ego by teaching him Government 101. Who made him overlord of the Democratic party?" Somebody else wrote, "Is Josh delusional? Or is he actively trying to destroy the separation of powers?" After verifying that Josh isn't trying to destroy the separation of powers, Donna tells him to shut off the computer. But no, Josh wants to clarify his remarks. A frustrated Donna begs him to let it drop, reminding him that Josh has been the organizer behind the whole energy initiative in the first place, and that he needs to prepare for the press conference. Josh insists, somewhat angrily, that Donna sit down so that he can dictate a response. Donna looks at him like he's gone around the bend and says, "I think you've gone around the bend." Yeah, and that's probably where he's going to run into me, and my gazebo is fully locked and loaded and about to go off.