"God, I'm sorry, I love my country."
- Bartlet: This time of the year there should be a hotline you can call with questions about cooking turkey. A special 800 number where the phones are staffed by experts.
- Charlie: There is.
- Bartlet: What do you mean?
- Charlie: The Butterball hotline.
- Bartlet: [pause, takes off his glasses and stares at Charlie] Butterball has a hotline?
- Charlie: Yeah. It's an 800 number, the phones are staffed by experts.
- Bartlet: Are you kidding me?
- Charlie: No.
- Bartlet: God, I'm sorry, I love my country. Charlie, get me the number for the Butterball hotline.
- C.J.: Charlie, Danny's paper, after savaging us four times in two weeks, would like access for Danny to write a three-part feature.
- Charlie: About what?
- C.J.: About winning a Pulitzer Prize for writing a three-part feature.
- Danny: Look--
- C.J.: See, reporters seldom win a Pulitzer, feature writers do, and the Post has been getting a little outpaced in the hardware department lately.
- Danny: Charlie, you know me here, do you suspect my motives are anything but journalistic?
- Charlie: Yeah, I'd definitely like to be part of this conversation.
"Zoey left Charlie for the Frog" is a sentence from The West Wing that is depressingly reminiscent of my life situation.
- Bartlet: Do you think I could take George Washington?
- Charlie: Take him at what, sir?
- Bartlet: I don't know... a war?
- Charlie: Could you have taken George Washington in a war?
- Bartlet: Yeah.
- Charlie: Well, you'd have the Air Force and he'd have the Minutemen, right?
- Bartlet: The Minutemen were good.
- Charlie: Still, I think you could probably take him.
- Bartlet: Yeah.
The West Wing Feels, Volume 137
- Charlie: It says 'P.R.' I thought I knew them all, but I don't recognize the manufacturer.
- Bartlet: Yeah. This was made for my family by a Boston silversmith named Paul Revere.
Mr. President, you know how you told me not to wake you up unless the building was on fire? Charlie Young (The West Wing Season 2 Episode 11 - “The Leadership Breakfast”)
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