The District may not be one of the 50 states, but has Hollywood marginalized us even further? First, the Fox network chose to film most scenes from The X Files—whose protagonists work at the Pennsylvania Avenue NW headquarters of the FBI—in far-flung Vancouver. Now comes word that D.C., the WB network’s new capital-city drama, will shoot mainly in Toronto—a decision industry experts quoted in the Washington Business Journal attribute partially to Canada’s friendly exchange rates and local-labor tax credits. There’s no news yet about NBC’s location plans for West Wing, an upcoming drama about White House staffers. But you can bet network bean counters are busy scouring the Winnipeg area for Xando-like outlets in which to film the trials and tribulations of wonky, political heartthrobs.