Danny and Jordan name their baby Rebecca Tripp.
Ratings: 4.20 million viewers
Series star Bradley Whitford steps behind the camera to direct this episode.
Matt: What's her name?
Danny: Baby Girl McDeere
Matt: You're hoping she'll be a stripper?
Jordan: I need you to sign some some papers, and I need you to do it now before anything else.
Danny: What kind of papers?
Jordan: Adoption papers.
Danny: Matthew, don't take this the wrong way, but I love you.
Danny: Did you take it the wrong way?
Matt: I took it to mean you're gay and you want me.
Matt: I love you, too, brother.
Matt: (to the countdown clock) I'm going to make a friend out of you yet.
Simon: You're getting divorced? Why?
Jack: Because I was tired of saying sorry.
Harriet: You kept that from me?
Matt: When you're high, you keep it from everyone. Ow.
Harriet: Never me. I'm the one person.
Harriet: I'm the one person always.
What Kind of Day Has It Been
"What Kind of Day Has It Been" is also the title of a West Wing
episode in which an assassination attempt is made on the President's personal aide. In "What Kind of Day Has It Been?
", Bradley Whitford's, who stars in this series as Danny, character is seriously injured. The same title was used for the first season finale of Sports Night
, another series created by Aaron Sorkin -- "What Kind of Day Has It Been