Will walks into C.J.'s office and asks whether the President has signed Toby's pardon. Jed hasn't (as we just saw), and C.J. has no idea if he's going to sign it. When Will asks her opinion about whether Toby should be pardoned, she declines to answer, pointing out that only the President can make that decision. They chat about the train derailment, and Will points out, "You know, we probably witnessed the final act of governance of the Bartlet administration. The President serving as national schoolmarm on a snow day." Josh walks in the door and congratulates Will on the skill with which he announced the pardon of "Granny Ganja." I have got to meet this woman. Josh also asks about the flak jacket note, and when Will says that he's having a little writer's block, Josh tells him, "Okay, just make it funny." Since that just hadn't occurred to Will until that very moment, he rushes off to write the note. On the way out, he asks C.J. to let him know if Jed signs "it," by which he means Toby's pardon. Josh asks what's being signed, and C.J. deflects him, asking why he's there so early. Josh is there because he didn't go to church with Santos and Helen, leaving him with some free time to visit C.J. and try to convince her to stick around for a couple more years. She tells him that she's flying to L.A. the next morning, but appreciates his interest. Josh asks, "Danny?" She does not ask in return, "Donna?" Instead, she tells him that Danny is waiting for her in L.A. "with a tub of sunscreen." They chat about the nomination of Governor Baker for Veep, and then Josh asks her, "You ever stop thinking of this as Leo's office?" She does not. She then tells him that she has something for him, and hands him a wrinkled Post-It note with the letters "WWLD" written on it. Josh, who is as far out of the pop culture loop as my dead grandmother, doesn't get it. C.J. tells him it stands for "What would Leo do?" Josh is left speechless, and she gently tells him, "You're gonna do great, Josh. You don't need me."
Jed and his cane and his old man sweatshirt take a final tour of the West Wing. He greets various people and thanks them for their service, including Carol, Ed, Larry, and some folks we've never met before. When Jed comes to his alternate secretary, Nancy, he asks about her mother, and then tells Nancy, "Tell her I'm looking forward to seeing her again sometime soon, would you please?" Which is funny because Nancy is played by Martin Sheen's daughter, so that was a "secret" shout-out to his own wife. Jed walks into Will's office and asks him if it's true that he's running for Congress from Oregon. Will confirms it, and Jed offers to campaign with him. And then Jed looks through Will's window and sees Charlie at his desk. Jed walks into Charlie's office, and after greetings, asks Charlie, "Have you made a decision about your future?" Charlie has: he's going to attend Georgetown Law School. Which, really, Charlie could do better. I mean, with a recommendation from the President (which he used to apply to Georgetown), he could have gotten in just about anywhere he wanted. But maybe he's got personal reasons to want to stick around D.C. And then Jed, handing a book to Charlie, tells him, "I don't need this anymore. I thought maybe you could get some use out of it." It's the copy of the Constitution that Jed's father gave to him when he was in high school. Jed rambles on about the tie he considered getting Charlie as an alternative present, all while Charlie looks to be near tears. His voice breaking, Charlie thanks Jed, and is thanked in return. Everybody's eyes are a little moist right now. Yes, even yours -- don't deny it.