The president asks Dag to steal a document from the first lady.
Dag challenges his father (Charlie Robinson) to a game of putt-putt golf.
Dag earns a promotion for saving the president's life.
The first lady's anti-smoking campaign angers a tobacco lobbyist.
Dag coaches a team for the White House basketball tournament.
Judith loses her cool at a media event honoring an Olympic gymnast.
Near St. Valentine's Day, Dag and Morton consider competing for the affections of the first lady's secretary.
Dag and the first lady try to keep a low profile at Carmilla's prom.
Dag is unpopular with the first lady after Sullivan tattles Dag's off-the-record comments.
Dag takes an important assignment while battling mild hallucinations.
The Secret Service probes Dag's past.
Dag and his estranged wife rekindle their romance.
Dag and Morton act as go-betweens for the feuding president and first lady.
Judith invites the former first lady (Holland Taylor) to help launch a literacy program.
Wrestler The Rock accompanies Daggett to prepare for his next movie.
Daggett convinces the first lady to hire a new chief of staff (Paul F. Tompkins).
A demoted Secret Service agent (David Alan Grier) must protect the first lady (Delta Burke).