Toby, humming very quietly, carries Molly to her bed and tucks her in. There are some windchimes in the background, or maybe a music box. It just goes on and on. It's very creepy, and I keep expecting Pennywise to show up. Toby walks over to Huck's bed (which is next to Molly's), and covers up the Orioles cap on the bedpost with a Yankees cap. He whispers to Huck, "Trust me, you'll be happier." Toby bends down and kisses Huck's forehead, and then stands up and just looks at him. Very quietly, we hear Andi call Toby's name. Commercials.
It's 7:00 PM, and the Santos motorcade is speeding along a highway outside Dayton. On the bus, Santos is speaking with someone on the telephone, still spinning the felon voting issue. He hangs up the phone, and we see that Anspaugh is sitting nearby. They discuss all the lawyers the Democratic Party has in key states (including Florida) who are prepared to spring into action on Election Day. There are also briefs drawn up in the event that challenges need to be filed to the preliminary election results. Santos is brammed away from the conversation, and he asks Anspaugh whether he ever "gets nostalgic for the good old days, when there was just a winner and a loser." Anspaugh: "Talk to my Republican friends in Chicago. The good old days weren't, really." And apparently, the future days won't be so hot either.
The bus stops on some suburban street. In the front of the bus, Annabeth and Donna are brainstorming sketch ideas to propose to Leno. Annabeth asks, "How about a top ten list?" Donna points out that that's Letterman's shtick, and Annabeth wistfully says, "He's funny." Bon Jovi is nearby, and he asks if Santos plays an instrument. Everyone thinks they've found their solution, until Santos walks by and, in response to their question, tells them he plays the clarinet.
Santo exits the bus, and Josh (who's got a phone in his ear) tells him, "Don't get into it with the kids in the Vinick mask." And then we hear that he's still holding for Russell. Santos grabs the phone from him and introduces himself to the person on the other end of the call. Whomever he's speaking with seems doubtful that it's really him, so Santos suggests that he or she "turn on CNN and [he'll] wave." Once again, I do not for a million years believe that CNN is doing live coverage of his exit from the bus to trick-or-treat with his kids. Santos asks for Russell and promises to wait while the flunky gets hold of him.