Bartlet and C.J. are meeting in the Oval. C.J. reports that the cleanup figures for San Andreo are bad, and Bartlet adds that Team Santos will freak out at the Kazakhstan figures as well. I can't help wondering, though, whether Bartlet doesn't have the tiniest amount of apathy since it's not his problem any more, like I am right now at my job, where I only have two days left. Then again, when you're President of the United States, you might be even more emotionally invested than, say, I am. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt on that one, and maybe not use myself as a perfect comparison. C.J. reports that Santos will be by for a Sit-Room meeting on the Kazakhstan situation, and Bartlet tells her to be as helpful as she can be in making the transition; they can be difficult, etc. Bartlet also demands that there be no pranks. "That turned out to be apocryphal," she says. C.J., stop confusing me with five-dollar words! Thank goodness for my handy thesaurus translating West Wing banter to normal-recapper-speak: the tales Bartlet heard about cutting cables turned out to be entirely mythical. Bartlet wants no myths, then: "We're going to leave with some class." She smiles. C.J.'s looking great in a grey suit that makes her look even taller and leaner than she already is. Way to show off the height for tall girls everywhere, C.J.! Debbie comes in to let Bartlet know that Marine One is waiting, but he shuffles papers, and points out, "It's not going anywhere without me." Ah, to be Leader of the Free World.
Obnoxious Driver is back, asking Josh whether he only came out for the day, and commenting on the expense. Josh explains that it's a "frequent flyer thing," and then does what we all do in these cases: makes a phone call. O.D. just blathers that he has clients who come out for a day just for a haircut; Josh needlessly points out that he didn't get one. He starts his phone conversation, and O.D. still goes on, until Josh has to point out that he's on the phone, and seriously? How did this guy get a job driving rich folks around without learning to be respectfully silent? It turns out that Josh is on the phone with Otto, who's sent him a new call sheet that Josh insists consists of people looking for jobs, not really offering congratulations. Otto uses that moment to ask what his own job might be, but Josh brushes him off: "You're on the short list for V.P." Otto's face falls, as Josh goes on to tell him to set up a meeting with Lou.