The Lone Gunmen (2001– )
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A baby is introduced in the lives of the Lone Gunmen as a link between a popular senator running a campaign for re-election who was involved with one of his campaign workers who died in a very suspicious accident.

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Jefferson
Randy Becker ...
Busfield
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Brenda Sally
Morgan LaCouvee ...
Baby William Jefferson (as Morgan)
Madisyn LaCouvee ...
Baby William Jefferson (as Madisyn Lacouvee)
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Mustachioed Officer
Patricia Drake ...
Martha Ashley
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A baby is introduced in the lives of the Lone Gunmen as a link between a popular senator running a campaign for re-election who was involved with one of his campaign workers who died in a very suspicious accident.

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The character of "Senator Jefferson" is an obvious reference to President Bill Clinton: he plays saxophone and has an adventure with his assistant. He even proposes to call his son "William Jeffeson". The full name of President Bill Clinton is actually "William Jefferson Clinton". See more »

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Jimmy Bond: Me? I'm with... 60 Minutes!
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Oh Happy Day
Written by Philip Doddridge and Edward F. Rimbault, arranged by Edwin Hawkins
Performed by on-camera band
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