When he was a child he locked his brother in a steamer trunk with various seafood.
By 2001, Jon was in charge of the Bartlet Presidential Library Commission to create the Josiah Bartlet Presidential Library. That year, he had a meeting with Neda Wallin, counsel for the commission, and discovered that their first choice for a site violated the Historic Barn and Bridges Preservation Act. He then sent a fax to his brother for a go ahead on their second choice.
- ↑ "Yes. I remember being locked in a steamer trunk. There were actual steamers in there with me, Charlie. I was in there with seafood." from Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail
- ↑ "Okay. The First Lady and your kids, that's four. The six original doctors and radiologists, that's ten; your brother, that's 11..." from Bad Moon Rising
- ↑ "Does the whole town really have to be together to stone my brother, Jon, for planting different crops side by side?" from The Midterms
- ↑ "Your brother's been speaking with Neda Wallin, counsel to the Bartlet Presidential Library Commission and apparently the site violates the Historic Barn and Bridges Preservation Act." from Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail