Lord John Marbury (The West Wing)

Infobox Television episode
Title = Lord John Marbury
Series = The West Wing


Caption =
Season = 1
Episode = 11
Airdate = January 52000
Production = 225910
Writer = Aaron Sorkin & Patrick Caddell (teleplay)
Patrick Caddell & Lawrence O'Donnell Jr. (story)
Director = Kevin Rodney Sullivan
Guests = John Amos
Roger Rees
Janel Moloney
Elisabeth Moss
John Diehl
James Hong
Erick Avari
David Doty
Clyde Kusatsu
Iqbal Theba
Episode list = List of "The West Wing" episodes
Season list = Infobox The West Wing season 1 episode list
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"Lord John Marbury" is the 11th episode of "The West Wing". Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright was quoted in "Time" magazine as saying this episode had one of the best expositions on foreign policy she'd seen on TV. [cite web |url=http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,44567,00.html |title=You Could Call It the Wonk Wing |accessdate=2007-10-27 |author=Jay Branegan |date=2000-05-07 |work=Time]

Plot

As a border war between India and Pakistan poses the threat of a nuclear clash, a flamboyant British expert on the region, Lord John Marbury is summoned to the White House, while Charlie asks for the President's permission to date his daughter Zoey. Josh is subpoenaed to testify on his investigation into substance abuse.

Mistakes

Marbury is described as "former British Ambassador to India". Both India and the United Kingdom are members of the Commonwealth of Nations; the diplomatic representative of one Commonwealth nation to another is called "High Commissioner", not "Ambassador".

References

External links

* [http://epguides.com/WestWing/ The West Wing Episode Guide]


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