The West Wing: Season 2, Episode 13

Bartlet's Third State of the Union (7 Feb. 2001)

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While a live TV show is broadcast from the West Wing following the State of the Union, the staff must covertly deal with a hostage situation in Colombia. CJ learns that a special guest at ... See full summary »

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While a live TV show is broadcast from the West Wing following the State of the Union, the staff must covertly deal with a hostage situation in Colombia. CJ learns that a special guest at the state of the union has a black mark on his record that could taint the administration. Ainsley Hayes is afraid to meet the President in person. Written by Taigan

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When Charlie interrupts Mrs. Bartlet reviewing the State of the Union on a recording, the last line heard from the speech talks about the "blue ribbon panel". When Charlie leaves and Abby resumes the recording, we hear President Bartlet repeat that same line again even though Abby had not rewound the recording. See more »

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Donna Moss: You have to ask a girl out on a date. You can't just randomly tumble into a girl sideways and hope she breaks up with you soon, the way you always do.
Josh Lyman: Why not?
Donna Moss: Because you can't!
Josh Lyman: You just said I always do.
Donna Moss: Josh, I can help you or I can not help you. It's up to you.
Josh Lyman: Then I absolutely choose not helping me.
Donna Moss: You want me to ask her out for you?
Josh Lyman: Yeah. That's exactly what I want you to do.
Donna Moss: [Joey walks in] Joey...
Josh Lyman: Sit down.
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References The Lone Ranger (1949) See more »

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Performed by Eydie Gormé
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