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Percy Fitzwallace (Character)
from "The West Wing" (1999)

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Percy Fitzwallace is an Admiral in the United States... See more »

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  1. "The West Wing"
    ... aka "The White House" - Israel (English title), Japan (English title)
        - Gaza (2004) TV episode, Played by John Amos
        - Talking Points (2004) TV episode, Played by John Amos
        - The Dogs of War (2003) TV episode, Played by John Amos
        - 7A WF 83429 (2003) TV episode, Played by John Amos
        - Twenty Five (2003) TV episode, Played by John Amos
          (16 more)

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Quotes:
From "The West Wing: Let Bartlet Be Bartlet (#1.19)" (2000)
Major Tate: Sir, we're not prejudiced toward homosexuals.
Admiral Percy Fitzwallace: You just don't want to see them serving in the Armed Forces?
Major Tate: No sir, I don't.
Admiral Percy Fitzwallace: 'Cause they impose a threat to unit discipline and cohesion.
Major Tate: Yes, sir.
Admiral Percy Fitzwallace: That's what I think, too. I also think the military wasn't designed to be an instrument of social change.
Major Tate: Yes, sir.
Admiral Percy Fitzwallace: The problem with that is that's what they were saying about me 50 years ago - blacks shouldn't serve with whites. It would disrupt the unit. You know what? It did disrupt the unit. The unit got over it. The unit changed. I'm an admiral in the U.S. Navy and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff... Beat that with a stick.
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