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VIDEO: Marry Me, Baby

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Marry Me, Baby
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Length: 21:38
Aired: 3/28/2013

During an interview with Larry King, President Gilchrist (Bill Pullman) inadvertently sheds some insight into his marriage and puts the legitimacy of his nuptials with Emily (Jenna Elfman) into question. Meanwhile, Skip (Josh Gad) looks to help resolve the situation and Becca (Martha MacIsaac) and D.B. (guest star Robbie Amell) are met with some surprising news. watch

VIDEO: Marry Me, Baby

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Length: 22:00
Aired: 3/28/2013

President Gilchrist and first lady Emily's marriage falls into the spotlight. watch

VIDEO: Marry Me, Baby [HD]

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Length: 22:00
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President Gilchrist and first lady Emily's marriage falls into the spotlight. watch

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Roundtable: WH veterans break down 2016
1600 Penn Season 1
1600 Penn Season 1 [HD]
Co Creator and Head Writer Jon Lovett On the Similarities Between 1600 Penn and the Obama White House

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2012 1600 Penn TV Show Series, Co-Creator
2012 1600 Penn TV Show Series, Executive Producer

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The Biz: Jon Lovett Returns To The Beltway In 1600 Penn

Just when Jon Lovett thought he was out of politics, they pulled him back in. The 30-year-old former stand-up comic toiled over speeches for President Obama for three years ­before he quit in September 2011 to pursue comedy writing in Hollywood. "The one thing I didn't want to do was a show about the White House," he says. "I was too close to it." But on January 9, Lovett... read more

1600 Penn Boss: We're Not Worried About Political Correctness

1600 Penn is about the First Family, but it's definitely not about politics.

"It takes a little bit of time, but we do quickly [get] to a show that concentrates more on the family dynamics where the White house is just a back drop," executive producer Mike Royce told reporters at the Television Critics Association winter previews. "That's a product of how we have to launch the stories that occur, but as we go along we're able to turn things more inward which I think is a more interesting place to be."

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