With the midterm elections coming up, Toby looks for a way to stop hate groups; Charlie and Zoey decide whether to continue their relationship; President Bartlet discovers the egg cream and is concerned about an ultra-right-wing candidate running for school board in his old district in New Hampshire; and Sam is asked to put White House help behind an old friend running for Congress. This episode includes the President's confrontation with a right-wing radio talk show host using a famous list of modern applications of Biblical laws. Oh, yes, and psychics at Cal Tech and the Fermi National Accelerator Lab ... Written by
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Right after President Bartlet reels off a list of Bible quotes to Jenna Jacobs to illustrate their inapplicability, Sam Seabourn takes a crab puff from her. This is not an isolated gesture of stealing food; Leviticus 11:10 indicates that shellfish are an "abomination", so Sam's action in effect continues the President's argument. Also, Jacobs is wearing a brooch shaped like a crab on her lapel. See more
When President Bartlet and Toby are talking, the President says that the West Virginia white supremacist group is based in a diner in Blacksburg. There is no Blacksburg, West Virginia; there is a city in Virginia by that name, and it's not too far from the West Virginia state line, but it's unlikely that a West Virginia group would be using a diner in Virginia as its base of operations. See more
Oh, Holy Interruptus, Batman!
Edited into For the Bible Tells Me So
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Written by W.G. Snuffy Walden
Performed by Pete Anthony See more