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Its nickname on Television Without Pity was "pedeconferencing", which was also picked up by Sorkin and Schlamme, among others. The characters played by Rob Lowe and Moira Kelly never officially left, they merely were never seen again, despite the fact that Lowe in particular was an integral part of the White House social order (and had just had a running plot which gave him a perfect way out).
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