Josh Lyman: [about Navy pilot Vicky Hilton] I guess also, the thing is, that she isn't just any pilot. She's like Jackie Robinson - she's busted a lot of barriers. She's the first woman at Miramar, first woman to fly the F-14 Tomcat - she teaches on an F-14. I guess, at this point I don't have to give you her resume.
Admiral Percy Fitzwallace: No, but could you tell me more about Jackie Robinson and breaking barriers?
Donna Moss: You have to go back.
Josh Lyman: Why?
Donna Moss: 'Cause he's gonna think I'm flaky.
Josh Lyman: Maybe, but he's not gonna care.
Donna Moss: Why not?
Josh Lyman: Guys'll go out with anybody.
Leo McGarry: Now, please, don't leap into it. Don't...
[Bartlett answers the phone]
President Josiah Bartlet: There are BIG SIGNS. You CAN'T park there. They *should* get towed. I hope they get towed to Queens, and the Triboro is closed, and there's a big craft show at Shea, a flea market or a tractor show.
[Bartlett hangs up]
Charlie Young: Well, that was probably his secretary.
President Josiah Bartlet: Damn it.
Charlie Young: You can bet she'll be parking in a garage though.
Leo McGarry: I've got to keep the knucklehead stuff off his desk, and this is worse. This is actually hot-button knucklehead...
Charlie Young: I don't think you can reasonably ask someone to control who they fall in love with.
President Josiah Bartlet: I don't know what's worse: being stupid, or pretending to be stupid.
Toby Ziegler: [to Leo] You're like the guys who say, "Are you telling me you could only find one African-American speech writer good enough to work at the White House?" I'm amazed I found that many. "Good enough to work at the White House" is a pretty small population to begin with. And guys who can write entire sections of a State of the Union? I'd be as surprised if there were as many as nine of us. Sam was one of them.