It's noon, and the Santos campaign is in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Santos is taking questions, Donna's speaking to someone on the phone, and Lou is yelling at someone else on the phone (trying to pitch a reporter on the story about the Vinick campaign recycling a Santos slogan). Lou and Donna finish their calls at about the same time. Lou is taken aback, because the reporter she was speaking with hung up on her. Donna asks whether it was A.P., and Lou tells her it was Reuters. Donna: "Snotty." Lou: "A little bit." Donna's phone call was with Stu, from The Tonight Show. Santos is supposed to appear, and the show's writers are floating a sketch that would involve him dressing as Robin Hood (complete with tights). Lou asks, "Have you seen Jon?" Donna: "Jon?" Lou: "Bon Jovi." Lou floats a cover story about Santos wanting to thank Bon Jovi for helping to get 60,000 people to show up at the rally. But she's clearly just asking on her own behalf. Lou walks away, but not without making a call to another reporter to pitch the slogan story.
At the side of the bus, Donna arrives to tell the reporters that they can ask one more question. It is, again, about the game, and Santos gives the same answer about Philly and New York both being great teams. Donna leads him onto the bus and introduces him to a Congresswoman who is there. Santos shakes hands with Donald Anspaugh, former Democratic Party Chairman who was last seen trying to get Josh fired by Santos. Santos moves to his personal room at the back of the bus, where Josh is talking to Helen on a phone. Josh hands the phone to Santos as he enters, telling him, "She's pretty riled up." Helen asks Santos exactly why they're sending her to speak at the National Organization of Latinas. Helen thinks that her status as a very, very white woman who "lured a big, gorgeous Latino man" away from all the Latina women who wanted him will not make her very popular. Santos tells Helen she doesn't have to go if she doesn't want to. Helen tells Santos that she doesn't mind going, but that she won't give a speech: "I'll do the intro, let Hinojosa talk about the ex-convict list." While she's speaking, Santos is going over polling numbers with Josh. Apparently, Zogby has them down by four points in Colorado, which is not good news. Helen tells Santos that her mother will be flying the kids up at 4:00, and that they shouldn't be given too much Halloween candy before Helen returns.