Quotes from Galileo
Scott: Look, I don't want to step on your toes, you don't want to step on mine. We're both writers.
Sam: Yes, I suppose, if you broaden the definition to those who can spell.
Scott: Excuse me?
Bartlet: The planet Mars if 4.6 billion years old.
C.J.: What did I just say?
Bartlet: I knew that one.
C.J.: Nobody likes a know-it-all.
Bartlet: Yes, God forbid, that while talking to 60,000 public school students, the president should appear smart.
Toby: The Milwaukee Journal is quoting an unnamed White House source as saying the president doesn't like green beans?
Josh: That's a pretty slow news day in Milwaukee.
Jsoh: Leo, ask me how long a Martian day is.
Leo: No, I don't think I will.
Leo: You want to mock people or you want to let me talk to Toby?
Josh: I want to mock people.
Leo: What are you smiling at?
Josh: Nothing, I just... Toby got the stamp assignment.
Toby: Leo, I might need some help.
Leo: Take Josh.
Toby: Thanks. Congratulations, you're choosing the next stamp.
Josh: Wow, that happened fast.
Bartlet: I'll give you a thousand dollars if you don't make me go.
Leo: Think of the whales.
Bartlet: Do they vote?
Donna: The process by which a stamp enters into circulation begins with the American public.
Josh: Well, that's always the first mistake.
C.J. Sam, did I tell you not to get a crush on the boss's daughter?
Sam: Yeah. Don't you have a vegetable crisis to fix or something?
Donna: As it stands now 3.8 million American citizens have been relegated to second-class status. That's... that's more people than Mississippi!
Josh: Mississippi's never minded being relegated to second-class status.
Josh: I think we can take 'em.
Donna: That's what we said about the British.
Josh: We took the British.
Donna: You know what I'm saying.
Josh: Hardly ever.
Josh: We think if we hit the ground hard enough we can make it to the center of the planet and find water?
Josh: That's not a theory of physics pretty much disproved by Wile E. Coyote?
Margaret: The Russian ambassador is here. I left her alone 'cause I think I was freaking her out.
Leo: Wouldn't surprise me.
Charlie: Modern music is cool.
Bartlet: Modern music sucks. Anything written after 1860 sucks.
Mallory: Do we really have to go to Mars?
Sam: Because it's next. Because we came out of the cave and we looked over the hill and we saw fire and we crossed the ocean and we pioneered the West and we took to the sky. The history of man is on a timeline of expiration and this is what's next.
Bartlet: Your paranoia was a lot sexier back when you guys were Communist, Nadia.
Bartlet: I really don't know where you guys get the nerve.
Nadia: From a long hard winter, Mr. President.
C.J.: So that leaves us with the televised classroom, the green beans, the stamp, and depending on who those people were that were standing near me, the possibility of a story about me being good in bed.
Toby: Good in bed.
C.J.: Because I am.
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