After Bartlet gives a campaign speech at an Indiana farm, Josh, Toby and Donna are left behind by the presidential motorcade and must work their way across the state with the help of the farmer's daughter and, later, a teenage campaign volunteer, enduring many setbacks along the way. Josh and Toby obsess and bicker over how best to play the president's intellectualism, viewed by many as snobbery, against Republican opponent Robert Ritchie's "regular guy" persona, while Donna must keep them on track and communicate with the real Americans they encounter along the way. Back at the W.H., the president deals with a terrorist attack at an Iowa college swim meet, meets with Leo, Nancy and Fitzwallace to discuss how to handle the prospect of the U.S. and/or Israel being accused of a conspiracy in the assassination of Qumari defense minister Abdul Shareef, and interviews secretarial candidates, including a second round with Debbie Fiderer; the wandering party finally arrive at a city with an ... Written by
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When Bartlett addresses all of the service personnel at the military base, they would all be called to attention BEFORE he walks out on the stage and he would then tell them, "At Ease," or something to that effect. See more
[quoting a radio show host
"This is another sign that Abbey Bartlet is a liberal elitist feminist."
Elitist feminist? You can't do that to the English language.
References Lost in Space
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Written by W.G. Snuffy Walden
Performed by Pete Anthony See more