Dag | 2000
Secret Service Agent Daggett is reassigned to guard the First Lady after he makes a mistake during a failed assassination attempt on the President. He struggles to bring some order to the unit where he must contend with Edward Pillows, a tall, handsome guy who fancies himself a great agent, but who can't quite get his act together, and Susan Cole, an overzealous female agent. In addition, Daggett has his hands full with the demanding First Lady, Judith Whitman, with whom he tries to establish a balanced relationship; the First Lady's secretary, Ginger Chin, a former grifter; Sullivan Pope, the power-mad First Lady's Chief of Staff; and the First Family's beautiful teenage daughter, Camilla, the world's biggest security risk.
Daggett's greatest challenge is the First Lady herself -- a larger-than-life character who is brilliant, but kooky; strong, but needy; and self-absorbed, but with an endless wealth of compassion. Her public mask hides a wounded politician's wife who is determined to assert herself and take a more proactive role in the administration -- even if doing so sets up rival camps between her staff and the President's team.