DAG

Season 1 Episode 2

Meet Sullivan Pope (a.k.a. Dag's Prison)

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Nov 21, 2000 on NBC
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Meet Sullivan Pope (a.k.a. Dag's Prison)
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Judith puts her foot down with President Whitman when Dag clues her in about the real reason why she still doesn't have a new Chief of Staff three months after the death of her former one. Dag jumps the gun and hires the very first candidate for the position, Sullivan Pope, but soon regrets it once he realizes that Sullivan is a major pain in the neck. Soon, everybody regrets it after Sullivan screws up royally in his efforts to choose a band to perform at a party for President Whitman's contributors. Meanwhile, Ginger ghostwrites Camilla's college application essay.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

    U.S. Bombs

    U.S. Bombs

    KTP [Kill the President]

    Guest Star

    Avner Garbi

    Avner Garbi

    Dignitary

    Guest Star

    David Rasche

    David Rasche

    President Whitman

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      • The rerun on January 2, 2001, the last airing in its original time slot, was seen in its entirety on both coasts.

      • The entire second half of this wasn't shown on the East C
        Coast (and Central time zone) for the original telecast, though it was seen in its entirety on the West. As soon as it was to go to commercial after the first act, NBC News cut into it to run some more so-called breaking coverage of Supreme Court election bloopers, blunders and practical jokes, as ABC News did with The Geena Davis Show. They never came back. That, together with the late and delayed premiere, helped see to it that DAG was DOA.

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