From here on in, almost every campaign scene is insane. There are always at least three people carrying on at least three different conversations, all on top of each other. Also, the camera doesn't necessarily focus in on the person carrying on the most meaningful conversation. It was fun to watch (I think), but it's no fun at all to recap. In a hangar (or factory, or warehouse -- I think it may be just an undressed soundstage), Santos is being grilled by a cluster of reporters. Josh is walking nearby, talking on his cell phone. He's talking to Toby, who suggests that Josh start doing the daily crossword puzzle, because studies have shown that "people who regularly do the crossword are less likely to experience mental decline." Basically, Toby is telling Josh to pay attention to the Miami-Dade voter registration numbers all while a bunch of people clamor for Josh's attention and Josh himself tries to play down Toby's concerns. Josh tells Toby, "You're a killjoy, you know that? You're a doorstep darkener. You darken doorsteps." Toby keeps hammering on the Miami-Dade numbers until Josh gives in and tells him he'll take a look. More quietly, Josh asks, "You, uh, you got another meeting today?" After a pause, Toby confirms that he does. Josh: "Let's make a deal?" Toby: "Or not." Josh tells Toby to let him know how it goes, and then ends the call. Donna (standing right behind Santos) tells the reporters that he'll take one more question. The last question is about which team Santos likes in "the game" this weekend. Santos tells them that Philly and New York are both strong teams, and that he looks forward to the game.
Episode Report CardLTG: A | 1280 USERS: C+
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