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 ...
Did You Know?
President Bartlet criticizes a religious fundamentalist radio talk show host named Jenna Jacobs with his detailed knowledge of scripture. The segment was adapted from a famous Internet chain letter allegedly sent to Dr. Laura Schlessinger
, on whom the Jacobs character was based, and several of Bartlet's questions are identical to the questions posed in the letter. See more
President Bartlet says that the Manchester, NH school district has about 1,100 kids in it. That is more appropriately the size of the Manchester, MA school district, a district in a small town that does not even have its own high school. Manchester, NH is the largest city in the state and has 3 public high schools, each school having far more than 1,100 children in it. In fact, the Manchester, NH school district has well over 11,000 students in it. A New Hampshire native, as Bartlet is supposed to be, would definitely know this. See more
You're pissed at me?
I'm saying, I could've used your support in there.
You get my support the same way I get yours: when I agree with what you're saying or when I don't care about what you're saying. This time I disagreed.
Edited into For the Bible Tells Me So
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Written by W.G. Snuffy Walden
Performed by Pete Anthony See more