Again, I thought this episode was extremely well written (with Aaron Sorkin, I would expect no less). But the thing that I enjoyed the most was that it gave some insight into a couple of the lesser characters - Tom and Simon most specifically - and also went over some history. I am really growing to love the character of Tom. It started last week with the lobster costume and continued this week with his parents. Nate Cordry is doing a great job at bringing this character to life. DL Hughley is also doing a terrific job with Simon. I liked seeing more interaction between Matt and Simon.
Overall, I really enjoyed the character development and writing in this episode.