Deborah Fiderer: [briefing Ronna on her duties] Your most important job is keeping track of who's going in and out of the oval office. The first thing you'll need to do is establish who'll have walk-in privileges. Usually it's just the First Lady and the Chief of Staff. At some point the President is going to ask you to take away his wife's walk-in privileges... don't do it. No matter how much he begs.
Representative Matthew Santos: What's next?
[repeating one of President Bartlett's tag lines]
President Josiah Bartlet: [On the Series finale, President Bartlett says goodbye to his staff on his final day in office] Nancy, How's your mother doing?
Nancy: She's fine now, Mr.President.
President Josiah Bartlet: Tell her I'm looking forward to seeing her again soon. Will you Please?
[the actors are father and daughter in real life]
President Josiah Bartlet: Make me proud, Mr. President.
President Matthew Santos: I'll do my best, Mr. President.
Sam Seaborn: [setting foot in the White House for the first time in three years] Home, sweet home.
Margaret Hooper: ...and they've asked that we vacate our parking spots by 2 p.m.
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: Not a problem. I walked today.
Margaret Hooper: Really?
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: Yes, I often walk.
Margaret Hooper: You do?
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: Sometimes I walk. I'm going to walk a lot when I get back to California.
Margaret Hooper: Los Angeles being a pedestrian nirvana.
[after the inauguration, Bartlet's staff is getting ready to leave the West Wing]
Charlie Young: What about see a movie?
Will Bailey: It's two o'clock in the afternoon.
Charlie Young: Got anything better to do?
Kate Harper: No, I guess, we don't.
Will Bailey: Is there a movie theater around here?
Charlie Young: I have no idea.
Deborah Fiderer: Good morning, Mr. President.
President Josiah Bartlet: Morning.
Deborah Fiderer: How do you feel this morning?
President Josiah Bartlet: Unemployed.
Deborah Fiderer: A lot of that going around the building.
Helen Santos: [waiting to step out for the inauguration] Man, I hope Janet Spraegins has her TV on.
President Matthew Santos: Who?
Helen Santos: Senior year. She beat me out for the last varsity spot on the swim team.
President Matthew Santos: Guess what?
Helen Santos: What?
President Matthew Santos: You win.
Helen Santos: [long pause] Though she did get Don Bolland to take her to the prom instead of me.
President Matthew Santos: We'll call it even then.
Helen Santos: Nah, I'm pretty sure Janet had to put out so Don would take her.
[at his desk in the Oval Office, Santos is giving orders to his staff, but stops when he sees Josh's wide smile]
President Matthew Santos: What?
Josh Lyman: You look good back there.