Frodo, the Hobbit charged with destroying a ring full of evil power, collapses in exhaustion. Sam doesn't want to lose his friend to the power of the ring and does everything he can to insure its destruction.
Neal steals documents through his source in order to create a story. Rebecca informs him that he's committed espionage and treason and that no amendments, including the first, can protect an individual for conspiring to commit treason. Rebecca tells Neal more specifically that he has violated sections 641, 793-e, and 1030a of Title 18 of the U.S. Code.
A naive Mr. Smith would like to write a bill for a national boy's camp but does not have any idea of the procedure. Ms. Saunders explains the legislative process in depth to him and answers all of his outstanding questions. She defines several terms, such as committee, Steering Committee, and conference.
Robert and his daughter, Brooke, have an argument about the fraud that the company has committed. Robert argues that the fraud protected the company's investors, while Brooke addresses the legalities of the practice.