The West Wing: Season 6, Episode 6

The Dover Test (24 Nov. 2004)

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The glow of the Middle East peace deal begins to fade once the hard reality of implementing change begins. Josh becomes involved in the Patient's Bill of Rights, which is becoming a political football as the Vice President and Congressman Santos both try to out-maneuver each other and the Republicans. C.J. continues to be unimpressed with Toby's performance as press secretary when he gets into a difficult position during a briefing. While working to recover from his heart attack, Leo receives a job offer from the corporate world. Written by Murray Chapman

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The title refers to a journalistic means, describing whether or not a war the US is involved in has the support of the public. Dover Air Force Base houses a mortuary center and is one of the landing points for war casualties returning home, whose arrivals have frequently been filmed over the years, to varying public response. See more »

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Josh Lyman: You're too good at this. You can't just walk away.
Matthew Santos: Watch me.
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