(Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images For The Creative Coalition) (Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images For The Creative Coalition)

Hey isn’t that… An impressive rolling credit of actors including Kate Walsh, Tim Daly, Omar Epps, Evan Handler, Lynn Whitfield, Mario Van Peebles and Danielle Panabaker and more having a working dinner with the District’s shadow Senator Paul Strauss at Mari Vanna restaurant in West Hollywood, Calif. Strauss and co. were hashing out plans to support D.C. statehood and voting rights for more than 630,000 Washingtonians.

The senator tells us, “D.C. residents vote for me, but I can’t vote for them. Your rights as an American citizen, should not be determined by your Zip code.”

According to our tipster, the stars at the table were more interested on the issues than Mari Vanna’s impressive list of house-infused vodkas. In fact, after the plates were cleared most of the folks stuck around to chat more. We’re told Bill Prady, executive producer of CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory,” had some big ideas about future PSA’s to end “taxation without representation.” Looks like those bumper stickers might make it to the small screen soon.

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