On his first day on the job, the new deputy counsel uncovers a trail of clues to a scandal that will end one person's career.
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First year law student and White House legal office aide, Blair Spoonhour, tells new White House Council Lawyer, Joe Quincy (Matthew Perry), that she is twenty-two whereas actress Kiersten Warren who played her was thirty-seven when this aired in 2003; four years older than Perry. See more
When Joe Quincy is showing C.J. a list of phone calls placed from the White House, all the ones placed by Vice-President John Hoynes to Helen Baldwin are highlighted. However, on page two there is one call placed by Hoynes to Baldwin that is not highlighted, which is pretty sloppy work from a new White House attorney. See more
Helen Baldwin is gonna write a book. She's retained an agent, who sent around a two-page outline and there's a bidding war. Random House has bought it for low seven figures according to Stu Winkle. Could that possibly be his real name?
"Baldwin, long a fixture in D.C. and Manhattan Society, whether for her work on charity boards or her position on the arm of some of Wall Street, Washington and Hollywood's most eligble men, as well as hosting some of the beltways favorite..." ...
References The Birds
West Wing Main Title
Written by W.G. Snuffy Walden
Performed by Pete Anthony See more