The West Wing: Season 4, Episode 15

Inauguration: Part 2 - Over There (12 Feb. 2003)

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Will struggles to find the words when the Inauguration speech seems to avoid current heart breaking issues.

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Will struggles to find the words when the Inauguration speech seems to avoid current heart breaking issues.

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When CJ is talking to Toby & Will at the Capitol, she says (referring to the music in the background) "That's the U.S. Marine Corps Band right there, The Commandant's Own." The U.S. Marine Corps Band is called "The President's Own" whereas "The Commandant's Own" is the U.S. Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps. They are two separate bands, and it's more likely that "The President's Own" is the band that would be playing at the inauguration. See more »

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Josh Lyman: I'm not talking about fighting two wars at once. I'm not talking about fighting wars. Intervening when there's violence against people who are defenseless...
Toby Ziegler: Fine, but if we go here, that means they can go there. And look, there's more injustice over there.
Josh Lyman: We elect these people. And not for nothing, but if we'd been the world's policeman in the thirties, you and I...
Toby Ziegler: We'd have had a lot more relatives.
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References Babes in Toyland (1934) See more »

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Abbey, the kids are eating sugar.
27 November 2012 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

At Will's spurring (to Toby's great displeasure), Jed is forced to admit that kundunese lives are less important to him than American. This ultimately leads to a re-write of the inauguration speech at the 11th hour, announcing a globe-wide doctrine of intolerance for oppression. Will is promoted from temp to Deputy Communications Director. It's all well done, but not without a little gulp at the realization that Sam is really gone (even though he has a couple more episodes). The flirtation between Josh and Donna on the way to the ball, is more brazen than anything seen before...so bawdy that it feels like something that can't be backtracked (though they manage to for several more seasons). Jill Sobule plays herself.


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