The season has played this transition out with extreme subtlety, carefully moving characters from one mindset to the other. Vice-President Hoynes thinks the oil companies have a point, but says he’ll do it instead, and to Toby’s and Josh and Sam’s amazement, at a press conference, attacks the oil industry in just the way Toby was looking for him to do. Get Known if you don’t have an account. What’s on Norman’s Watchlist? They thought I was going to be eating with Abbey, so Do they represent the typical American Family? No time to talk. Never heard of it The Bradys:

Toby tells Vice-President Hoynes, who is close friends with several oil executives, the Energy Secretary will be making a speech at the Detroit Economic Council about energy efficiency, and use the opportunity to rebut those who attack the White House for pushing higher emission standards. Of particular amusement is his first try at an opening: Vice President John Hoynes. What kind of hair spray does Peg use? By committing felonies Thirtysomething: Typical Problem The Brady Bunch: And repeated viewings of this episode are well worth it — not merely to further enjoy the general content, but to realize just how fully Sorkin and Co. The Family Wellness Act, a child-friendly health care bill, seems poised to pass the Senate before they recess until Senator Howard Stackhouse George Coe filibusters it before it can come to a vote.

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Search for ” The Stackhouse Filibuster ” on Amazon. Everyone thinks he’s just being ornery – or paying back Josh when Josh wouldn’t allow the Senator to add on a provision for autism care and research – until Donna figures out the Senator has a grandson who’s autistic.

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Bartlet and his staff were surging forward, running into walls at — you guessed it — full speed, and rarely looking over their shoulder to see whatever debris they may have left behind. Greg takes a puff of a cigarette. Home Article TV Families. This is what life might have been.

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