The West Wing: Season 1, Episode 18

Six Meetings Before Lunch (5 Apr. 2000)

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The morning after Mendoza's confirmation, various staff members are brought back to earth by difficult meetings.

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The morning after Mendoza's confirmation, various staff members are brought back to earth by difficult meetings.

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Referenced in this episode, General Sherman's "Special Orders Number 15" was issued on January 16th, 1865, providing 40-acre parcels of land and mules to freed slaves. However, President Andrew Johnson effectively revoked the orders four months later, not four years later as the episode mentions, with the "Amnesty Proclamation" on May 29, 1865. See more »

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Jeff Breckenridge says his African ancestors were kidnapped and taken to New Guinea before being shipped to the USA. New Guinea is in the Pacific ocean north of Australia, and he should have said either Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, or Equatorial Guinea, all of which are in Africa. See more »

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Josh Lyman: A panda's what I think it is, right?
Donna Moss: Yes.
Josh Lyman: Little Australian thing, eats the bark off the koala tree?
Donna Moss: That's a koala bear I believe you're describing.
Josh Lyman: The panda's the other one?
Donna Moss: Josh, how can you not know the difference between a panda bear and a koala bear?
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They call her...the jackal
23 October 2012 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

A reporter startles Zoey into lying to cover for a friend. Mallory grills Sam for over an hour, over his school voucher beliefs written in a paper she doesn't realize is opposition research. A transcendent scene in which the appointee for assistant attorney general (Carl Lumbly - ALIAS, M.A.N.T.I.S., CAGNEY & LACEY) argues with Josh that the government owes black people a trillion dollars in slavery reparations. A little Danny, some Jorja, a bit o' Butterfield, Toby and Mandy arguing about pandas...and possibly the most beautiful kiss in show history, as Zoey pins Charlie against a West Wing wall. And the first over-the-top Bartlet jacket donning!


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