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Season 1 Episode 12

America's Sweetheart

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Feb 20, 2001 on NBC
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America's Sweetheart
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Sullivan arranges for Judith to give a speech in honor of Olympic gold medallist, Becky Jo Jensen. The young athlete turns out to be so annoyingly spirited that Judith blows her top at her halfway through the media event. Now that they're both in the same boat, Dag offers Judith tips on what to do to save face with an angry public. Heeding his advice, Judith arranges another event to personally apologize to Becky Jo. But Dag copes with his own problem when he learns that Agent Morton is becoming President Whitman's friend and living the high life he never did. Meanwhile, Camilla begs Judith to let her get a tattoo, while Judith and Sullivan fall mouth-over-heels for Dag's special blend of coffee -- coffee he insists is right out of a bag.moreless

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    David Alan Grier

    David Alan Grier

    Agent Jerome "Dag" Daggett

    Delta Burke

    Delta Burke

    First Lady Judith Whitman

    Lauren Tom

    Lauren Tom

    Ginger Chin

    Emmy Laybourne

    Emmy Laybourne

    Agent Susan Cole

    Stephen Dunham

    Stephen Dunham

    Agent Edward Pillows

    Mel Jackson

    Mel Jackson

    Agent Morton

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      • "Basketball Jones" was originally scheduled to air on this date. "America's Sweetheart" was tentatively scheduled to air on February 27, 2001, but a live presidential speech took over the 9:00-10:00 ET/PT block that night, and NBC bumped Frasier and Three Sisters up an hour so they wouldn't be preempted. Since it's assumed the network would have rather had "America's Sweetheart" air in sweeps than "Basketball Jones," they swapped them. Or maybe they just don't have any reason for why they make last-minute schedule changes every week.

      • This episode, among others, was intended to be aired prior to "Guns and Roses." Because it wasn't, the continuity regarding Ginger going on Survivor is thrown out the window. It appears the producers did some continuity damage control by snipping references to Survivor out of any of the following episodes that had them. But we all know better.

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