The West Wing: Season 2, Episode 12

The Drop In (24 Jan. 2001)

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Sam meticulously prepares a speech for the President to give to the environmental lobby, but Toby wants to sneak in some criticism of their failure to condemn environmental terrorism. Leo ... See full summary »

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Sam meticulously prepares a speech for the President to give to the environmental lobby, but Toby wants to sneak in some criticism of their failure to condemn environmental terrorism. Leo tries to convince the President to support his pet project - a missile defense shield - despite its continued failure to produce results, and the fact that it likely contravenes an anti-ballistic missile treaty. Several countries including Great Britain have sent new ambassadors to Washington to be recognized by the White House. C.J. travels to New York on a delicate mission to ask for a political favor from a comedian. Written by Murray Chapman

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Bartlet gives a speech to the Global Defense Council, a fictional environmental lobby group that was central to the plot of The American President (1995), also written by Aaron Sorkin. See more »

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When President Bartlet accepts Lord John Marbury as Ambassador he is announced as the Ambassador from Great Britain. The correct title would be Ambassador from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. See more »

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Dolores Landingham: You're testing that preposterous contraption again.
Leo McGarry: It's not preposterous, it's not a contraption, and mind your own business.
Dolores Landingham: In my day we knew how to protect ourselves.
Leo McGarry: In your day you could pretty much turn back the Indians with a Daniel Boone musket, couldn't you?
Dolores Landingham: Ah, sarcasm - the grumpy man's wit.
Leo McGarry: Sharpen a pencil, would ya?
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