Josh walks around outside the campaign bus, and Jon Bon Jovi approaches him and asks for time to pitch some ideas about "volunteerism on the national level." Otto walks up to them and tells Bon Jovi, "Volunteerism is the new black." That's the slogan for a campaign Bon Jovi is running. Otto totally wants to jump his bones. Of course, being Jon Bon Jovi, he's smart enough to know not to ask for time right away. Jon wants a chance to meet with Josh after the election, during the transition. Otto totally checks out Bon Jovi's ass as he walks away. Otto has some Oregon early voter returns for Josh, and also tells him that the Waller call has been rescheduled. Josh has no idea what this call is, and tells Otto to cancel it when he hears that Santos wants to rewrite part of the stump speech. Donna approaches, and there's some chatter about how Helen is late and how Santos is cranky. Josh thinks it's normal at this stage of the campaign, telling her, "Bartlet put his fist through a couple walls the last week of the first campaign." I'm having trouble picturing it. Was he in a Japanese teahouse? Were the walls made of paper? Donna tells Josh the saga of the Robin Hood skit Jay Leno wants Santos to do.
Helen and Annabeth arrive just as Donna's talking about tights. Annabeth thinks the sight of Santos in tights might "lock up the women's vote." Helen is more realistic, telling her, "You've never seen his legs." Why don't you give us a look and let us decide? Helen asks where the kids are, and when she hears they're snarfing down candy in the press van, she sets out for the van with an angry look on her face. About fifteen people shout out her name, and Helen realizes that it's probably not a good time for her to be around the press. She asks someone to check and "make sure [her] kids aren't falling into a diabetic coma." Annabeth offers, which is kind of ironic since the sound of her voice is enough to induce a diabetic coma in a lot of people I know. Helen walks away, and Donna asks Josh for thoughts on the Robin Hood sketch. Josh tells her, "He's already showing the felons the love. We don't need him to dress up like one." Helen tells Donna to come up with something funnier that Leno will want to do instead of Robin Hood.