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Kate Harper (Character)
from "The West Wing" (1999)

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"The West Wing: A Good Day (#6.17)" (2005)
Kate Harper: We have a contingency plan to invade Canada?

Kate Harper: [to the Canadian Ambassador] Ambassador, listen carefully. An hour ago, I reviewed the United States contingency plan to invade your country.
Will Bailey: There's a contingency plan...
Kate Harper: [Interrupting Will] 1789, amended in 1815. The calligraphy is beautiful. And if one more deal is floated in this room, I'm gonna ask DoD to reactive it.

"The West Wing: Running Mates (#7.10)" (2006)
Will Bailey: Can you brief me on this Kazakhstan situation? The press is starting to ask me more questions than I have answers.
Kate Harper: Sure. What do you want to know?
Will Bailey: Has a deal been structured to keep Chinese troops on their side of the border?
Kate Harper: That's classified.
Will Bailey: So if there was a deal, the details would be...?
Kate Harper: Also classified, if there were details
Will Bailey: If there was a deal, which is...
Kate Harper: Classified!
Will Bailey: As you said. Have elections been rescheduled?
Kate Harper: In Kazakhstan?
Will Bailey: That's our subject.
Kate Harper: Also classified, although for the life of me I can't imagine why.
Will Bailey: You're enjoying this, aren't you?
Kate Harper: Not really, no.
Will Bailey: Have the parties agreed to U.N. monitors in this election that may or may not be rescheduled?
Kate Harper: Classified.
Will Bailey: You're just playing with me now!
Kate Harper: Honestly, I'm not.
Will Bailey: Is the subject of monitors being discussed? It's in the papers it is.
Kate Harper: They didn't hear it from us.
Will Bailey: So, it's being considered... debated, negotiated... anywhere, by anyone?
Kate Harper: I'm so sorry.
Will Bailey: It makes you feel powerful. "I am woman, hear me withhold."
Kate Harper: It's not like that.

"The West Wing: Tomorrow (#7.22)" (2006)
[after the inauguration, Bartlet's staff is getting ready to leave the West Wing]
Charlie Young: What about see a movie?
Will Bailey: It's two o'clock in the afternoon.
Charlie Young: Got anything better to do?
Kate Harper: No, I guess, we don't.
Will Bailey: Is there a movie theater around here?
Charlie Young: I have no idea.