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Joey Lucas (Character)
from "The West Wing" (1999)

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"The West Wing: Take This Sabbath Day (#1.14)" (2000)
Josephine "Joey" Lucas: I want to speak to the President!
Josh Lyman: Hey, lunatic lady, trust me when I tell you there is absolutely no way that you are going to see the president.
President Josiah Bartlet: [the President walks through the door] Hey, Josh.
Josh Lyman: Hello, Mr. President. Welcome back.
President Josiah Bartlet: How are you?
Josh Lyman: Well, I'd like this day to be over pretty bad.

Josephine "Joey" Lucas: You should be afraid of me, pal. I can create problems for you you've never even heard of.

"The West Wing: Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics (#1.21)" (2000)
Josh Lyman: When I get back, you're gonna argue with me and we're gonna argue about the things I wanna argue about and you're gonna do your best not to annoy me too much.
Joey Lucas: It's almost hard to believe you're not married.
Josh Lyman: Oh ho! Many have tried.

"The West Wing: Bartlet's Third State of the Union (#2.13)" (2001)
Josh Lyman: Joey? Can I ask you what may be a silly question?
Joey Lucas: Sure.
Josh Lyman: It's not possible, is it, for us to just open up one of these computers with a screwdriver and get the numbers that are in there, right?
Joey Lucas: Why did you think that'd be a silly question?

"The West Wing: The Mommy Problem (#7.2)" (2005)
Joey Lucas: All this attention on the leak story, it's magnifying the inevitable "Mommy Problem."
Ronna: Mommy Problem?
Josh Lyman: When voters want a national daddy: someone to be tough and strong and defend the country, they vote Republican...
Josh Lyman: When they want a mommy: someone to give them jobs, health care - the policy equivalent of motzah ball soup, they vote Democratic.

"The West Wing: The War at Home (#2.14)" (2001)
Joey Lucas: You say that these numbers mean dial it down. I say they mean dial it up. You haven't gotten through. There are people you haven't persuaded yet. These number mean dial it up. Otherwise you're like the French radical, watching the crowd run by and saying, "There go my people. I must find out where they're going so I can lead them."