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[[Leo]] ([[John Spencer]]) tries to convince an unenthusiastic [[President Bartlet]] ([[Martin Sheen]]) about the merits of an expensive and errant missile defense system while the chief executive ponders the political benefits of chiding hard-core environmentalists over the actions of eco-terrorists when he addresses their convention. [[Toby]] ([[Richard Schiff]]) pushes hard for chiding them, and drops a condemnation into a speech that [[Sam]] ([[Rob Lowe]]) has been slaving over. He does it without Sam's knowledge and when Sam finds out, he feel deeply betrayed by Toby and also feels that the President sacrificed friends with similar ideals for a miniscule political point.
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[[Leo]] ([[John Spencer]]) tries to convince an unenthusiastic [[President Bartlet]] ([[Martin Sheen]]) about the merits of an expensive and errant missile defense system while the chief executive ponders the political benefits of chiding hard-core environmentalists over the actions of eco-terrorists when he addresses their convention. [[Toby]] ([[Richard Schiff]]) pushes hard for chiding them, and drops a condemnation into a speech that [[Sam]] ([[Rob Lowe]]) has been slaving over. He does it without Sam's knowledge and when Sam finds out, he feel deeply betrayed by Toby and also feels that the President sacrificed friends with similar ideals for a miniscule political point.
   
 
Meanwhile, Bartlet endures the formalities of accepting the appointments of a range of foreign ambassadors but he enjoys one in particular -- the presentation of the charming [[Lord John Marbury]] ([[Roger Rees]]) who returns as Great Britain's new U.S. ambassador. In addition, [[C.J.]] (Allison Janney) treads lightly when she is dispatched to New York to dissuade a comedian, [[Corey Sykes]] ([[Rocky Carroll]]), who once uttered a well-publicized but offensive joke in the President's presence from performing at the annual Will Rogers dinner. What Sykes takes offense to was that at the time, the White House claimed that the President did not laugh at the joke, but Sykes knew that he did.
 
Meanwhile, Bartlet endures the formalities of accepting the appointments of a range of foreign ambassadors but he enjoys one in particular -- the presentation of the charming [[Lord John Marbury]] ([[Roger Rees]]) who returns as Great Britain's new U.S. ambassador. In addition, [[C.J.]] (Allison Janney) treads lightly when she is dispatched to New York to dissuade a comedian, [[Corey Sykes]] ([[Rocky Carroll]]), who once uttered a well-publicized but offensive joke in the President's presence from performing at the annual Will Rogers dinner. What Sykes takes offense to was that at the time, the White House claimed that the President did not laugh at the joke, but Sykes knew that he did.
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*and [[Martin Sheen]] as [[Jed Bartlet]]
 
*and [[Martin Sheen]] as [[Jed Bartlet]]
   
===Special Guest Star===
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===Special Guest Star===
 
*[[Roger Rees]] as [[Lord John Marbury]]
 
*[[Roger Rees]] as [[Lord John Marbury]]
   
===Guest Starring===
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===Guest Starring===
*[[David Graf]] as Colonel [[Mark Chase]]
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*[[David Graf]] as Colonel [[Mark Chase]]
 
*[[Kathryn Joosten]] as [[Mrs. Landingham]]
 
*[[Kathryn Joosten]] as [[Mrs. Landingham]]
 
*[[Renee Estevez]] as [[Nancy]]
 
*[[Renee Estevez]] as [[Nancy]]
 
*[[NiCole Robinson]] as [[Margaret Hooper]]
 
*[[NiCole Robinson]] as [[Margaret Hooper]]
 
*[[Robert Clotworthy]] as [[Tom]]
 
*[[Robert Clotworthy]] as [[Tom]]
*and [[Rocky Carroll]] as [[Corey Sykes]]
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*and [[Rocky Carroll]] as [[Corey Sykes]]
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===Co-Starring===
===Co-Starring===
 
 
*[[Melissa Fitzgerald]] as [[Carol Fitzpatrick]]
 
*[[Melissa Fitzgerald]] as [[Carol Fitzpatrick]]
 
*[[Kim Webster]] as [[Ginger]]
 
*[[Kim Webster]] as [[Ginger]]
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*[[Randolph Brooks]] as [[Arthur Leeds]]
 
*[[Randolph Brooks]] as [[Arthur Leeds]]
 
*[[Timothy Davis-Reed]] as Reporter [[Mark]]
 
*[[Timothy Davis-Reed]] as Reporter [[Mark]]
*[[Eric A. Payne]] as Secret Service Agent
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*[[Eric A. Payne]] as Secret Service Agent
 
*[[Elkin Antoniou]] as [[Alice]]
 
*[[Elkin Antoniou]] as [[Alice]]
*[[Eliott Goretsky]] as Staffer
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*[[Eliott Goretsky]] as Staffer
 
*[[Brian Watt]] as Staffer
 
*[[Brian Watt]] as Staffer
   

Revision as of 14:43, October 10, 2010


Leo (John Spencer) tries to convince an unenthusiastic President Bartlet (Martin Sheen) about the merits of an expensive and errant missile defense system while the chief executive ponders the political benefits of chiding hard-core environmentalists over the actions of eco-terrorists when he addresses their convention. Toby (Richard Schiff) pushes hard for chiding them, and drops a condemnation into a speech that Sam (Rob Lowe) has been slaving over. He does it without Sam's knowledge and when Sam finds out, he feel deeply betrayed by Toby and also feels that the President sacrificed friends with similar ideals for a miniscule political point.

Meanwhile, Bartlet endures the formalities of accepting the appointments of a range of foreign ambassadors but he enjoys one in particular -- the presentation of the charming Lord John Marbury (Roger Rees) who returns as Great Britain's new U.S. ambassador. In addition, C.J. (Allison Janney) treads lightly when she is dispatched to New York to dissuade a comedian, Corey Sykes (Rocky Carroll), who once uttered a well-publicized but offensive joke in the President's presence from performing at the annual Will Rogers dinner. What Sykes takes offense to was that at the time, the White House claimed that the President did not laugh at the joke, but Sykes knew that he did.

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