DAG

Season 1 Episode 16

Mr. Daggett Goes to Washington

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM May 29, 2001 on NBC
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Mr. Daggett Goes to Washington
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Dag asks Agents Cole and Pillows to lie for him and pretend he's still working for the A-Team, as his father, Russell, is in town and Dag is too ashamed to tell him he's been demoted. The elder Daggett finds out anyway -- and makes Dag feel even more ashamed. Russell, a champion in putt-putt, guilts his son into a match. Which is not too hard since Dag wants to give his over-critical old man something to be proud of. Meanwhile, Judith forces Camilla to redo a term paper she turned in that compared McCarthyism to Felicity and Britney Spears. Of course, the First Lady is unaware at the time that Sullivan wrote it -- and Camilla paid him a hundred dollars for it. And Russell knows a few incriminating things about Ginger from his former career as a beat cop, while Cole can't seem to take the hint that her dad is gay.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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      • Charles Robinson is credited as Charlie Robinson.

      • Originally scheduled to air on March 27, 2001, but replaced with "Basketball Jones."

      • As filmed, "Mr. Daggett Goes to Washington" featured Ginger -- who spent the entire episode behind a desk, as Lauren Tom was very, very pregnant -- talking about how she'd soon be leaving for Survivor. Since she was away on Survivor in "Guns and Roses," that particular dialogue was noticeably absent when this episode was, to put it mildly, eventually broadcast. Not that that's the big issue here, since Dag was, you know, back on the A-Team the last time around.

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