The Gallileo V probe is scheduled to land on Mars, and NASA has set up live TV coverage featuring the President. Satellite photographs show a suspicious-looking fire at what the Russians implausibly call an "oil refinery". Leo asks Toby and Josh to decide who should be featured on the next stamp. Sam and C.J. accompany the President to a concert at the Kennedy Center which will also be attended by people they are hoping to avoid for personal reasons. Toby and C.J. disagree over whether a report of the President disliking green beans will turn into a major issue or not. Written by
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President Clinton allowed use of his President's Box at the Kennedy Center for scenes in this episode. See more
White House Speech Writer Sam Seaborn disparages the introduction a NASA public affairs person has written by responding to the man saying "we're both writers" with "if we broaden the definition to those who can spell". Sam then rewrites the introduction and it begins "... you, me, and... are going to..." The correct pronoun is "I" and not "me" (remove the others from the sentence and see if you'd still say "me"). See more
Look, I don't want to step on your toes. You don't want to step on mine. We're both writers.
Yes, I suppose, if we broaden the definition to those who can spell.
[Sam walks away
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Written by W.G. Snuffy Walden
Performed by Pete Anthony See more