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President Bartlet's plan to attend his daughter Ellie's White House wedding is jeopardized when Russia and China mobilize troops over growing chaos in Kazakhstan. The Santos campaign has gained ground on Vinick over the last few weeks, but with less than two months until the election it's not clear that the gap can be closed. As Josh obsesses over the electoral math, tracking polls, and decisions on where to spend advertising money, some Democrats are nervous that the election is slipping away, and urge Santos to fire Josh as campaign manager. Written by Murray Chapman

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President Bartlett: Russia and China are doing their little "Sharks and Jets" routine in Central Asia. The Sharks and the Jets were the rival gangs in the West Side Story (1961). See more »

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President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet: [Bartlet slams his fist on the desk and stands] Damn it, Lian, will you shut up already!
[the translator says nothing, indicating that Lian is silent as well]
President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet: Is your daughter married?
Translator: Excuse me, Mr. President?
President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet: Your daughter, the one I met when we were in Beijing, is she married?
Translator: Yes. She was married two years ago, last spring.
President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet: Then you will understand me when I tell you that my daughter's wedding is this afternoon and that she has been waiting for 46 minutes for me to give her away because I ...
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References Father of the Bride (1950) See more »

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La Paix: Largo alla siciliana
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Written by George Frideric Handel
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