Two weeks before the inauguration, CJ and the rest of the Bartlett administration consider what they will do next. CJ examines her relationship with Danny and considers whether or not to suggest to the President pardoning Toby.

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Two weeks before the inauguration, CJ and the rest of the Bartlett administration consider what they will do next. CJ examines her relationship with Danny and considers whether or not to suggest to the President pardoning Toby.

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Will refers to the Department of Education as the DOE. DOE actually refers to the Department of Energy. The Department of Education is the ED. See more »

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Danny Concannon: We're going to get good at new things.
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: You don't know that.
Danny Concannon: I do.
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: Don't make it sound like it's nothing.
Danny Concannon: You didn't miss it.
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: What if I did?
Danny Concannon: You didn't miss it.
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: What if we can't...
Danny Concannon: We'll figure it out. All of it. You can be scared. That's okay. But you're not going to walk away from me because you're scared. I'm not that scary.
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10 January 2013 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

The tempest of C.J.'s life is winding down...or is it, as Santos offers her a job in the new administration? Does she want to slow down? Does she have any idea how? She keeps on saying and doing the wrong thing with Danny. He's patient and understanding, and their story arc becomes the most compelling part of the series' end. The producers could have done more with Charlie & Zoey, or Jed & Abbey, or Will & Kate, or Santos & Josh & Sam, or Toby's trial(s), or Annabeth & Charlie (sorry, my mind wandered there). Any of those might have been fascinating, but i daresay none would have topped C & C. Janney and Busfield can do no wrong. C.J. also has a scene with Toby that almost redeems the crappy season he's had. And she's offered the chance by a charismatic tycoon (Xander Berkeley - POISON IVY II, 24) to take ten billion dollars and fix the world. Brilliant dialogue, in the final episode written by Deborah Cahn.


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