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Abbey Bartlet (Character)
from "The West Wing" (1999)

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The West Wing: Season 7: Episode 22 -- In the series finale, the Bartlet administration prepares to leave the West Wing.

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Biography:
Abigail "Abbey" Bartlet is the First Lady of the United States... See more »
Alternate Names:
Abigail 'Abbey' Bartlet

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  1. "The West Wing"
    ... aka "The White House" - Israel (English title), Japan (English title)
        - Tomorrow (2006) TV episode, Played by Stockard Channing
        - Requiem (2006) TV episode, Played by Stockard Channing
        - The Wedding (2005) TV episode, Played by Stockard Channing
        - Here Today (2005) TV episode, Played by Stockard Channing
        - 2162 Votes (2005) TV episode, Played by Stockard Channing
          (64 more)

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From "The West Wing: The State Dinner (#1.7)" (1999)
C.J. Cregg: I spoke to Peggy about the vermeil - you might get a few questions.
Abbey Bartlet: I'm not embarrassed by the vermeil. It's not as if we spent new money on it.
C.J. Cregg: Yes, but its history...
Abbey Bartlet: It's our history. Better or worse, it's our history. We're not going to lock it in the basement or brush it with a new coat of paint. It's our history.
C.J. Cregg: Well, good answer.
Abbey Bartlet: Well, the truth'll do it almost every time.
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