When the military loses contact with a submarine in hostile waters, the President must choose between risking the lives of the crew and provoking North Korea. CJ relishes the Majority ... See full summary »

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Tawny Cryer, Appropriations Committee
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When the military loses contact with a submarine in hostile waters, the President must choose between risking the lives of the crew and provoking North Korea. CJ relishes the Majority Leader's flubbing of an interview. Babbish informs Abby that she is the weak link in the President's legal defense. Written by Taigan

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Hal Holbrook and Martin Sheen also appeared together in the groundbreaking 1972 television movie That Certain Summer, in which they played lovers. See more »

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On the shot of the President before he bangs his head on the table, he has a red mark on his forehead. It then disappears, then he bangs his head on the table. See more »

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Abbey Bartlet: You should be careful, Oliver. You keep talking like a human being, they're gonna kick you out of the bar.
Oliver Babish: I've been kicked out of bars before.
Abbey Bartlet: I meant...
Oliver Babish: I know what you meant.
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I'm Too Sexy
Performed by Right Said Fred
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C.J.'s too sexy for her podium
16 November 2012 | by (Estero Island) – See all my reviews

When contact with a nuclear sub is lost, Asst. Secretary of State Albie Duncan (national treasure Hal Holbrook - ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN, WALL STREET), a crusty dinosaur whose scolding and pontificating make Jed hide, is called in. Toby defends the N.E.A. from the philistines. He's asked what he thinks about an artist who strips, covers herself in chocolate, and and sings. He replies, "By and large, I'm not wild about musicals". The sparring between Abbey and Babish is priceless. The high point belongs to Bruno, when he talks with disgust over how the word "liberal" has been demonized...and the liberals allowed it to happen. Silver's finest WEST WING moment.


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