The West Wing: Season 2, Episode 20

The Fall's Gonna Kill You (2 May 2001)

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White House Counsel Oliver Babbish interviews CJ once she learns of the President's condition. The First Lady learns she may be legally vulnerable. Donna frets over news of a falling satellite.

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White House Counsel Oliver Babbish interviews CJ once she learns of the President's condition. The First Lady learns she may be legally vulnerable. Donna frets over news of a falling satellite.

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The agricultural poll pretense for bringing in Joey Lucas (we're eating more beets) is another tribute to Doonesbury. When USA Today was in its infancy, Doonesbury poked fun at it and its use of graphs and "We're eating more beets!" was a line in one of the strips. It's also the title of the collection in which the series is found. See more »

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Abbey Bartlet: I haven't come in here because it seems that every time I do there's a new White House Counsel. I think Leo keeps them in the basement like those two ladies in Arsenic and Old Lace.
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References Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) See more »

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