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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Pilot

Sep/22/1999
The White House staff springs into action when they learn that President Bartlet was injured in a bicycle accident. During the President’s absence, chief of staff Leo McGarry must handle several crises including Cuban refugees trying to escape into Florida and the conservative Christians’ reaction to a comment made by deputy chief of staff Josh Lyman. Meanwhile, Sam learns that the woman he picked up at a bar was actually a call girl and Toby gets into an argument over the Ten Commandments.
Guest Stars: F. William Parker as Al Caldwell | Lisa Edelstein as Laurie | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | Suzy Nakamura as Kathy | Annie Corley as Mary Marsh | Marc Grapey as Bill Kenworthy |
Co-Guest Stars: Ossi Taylor as College Student #1 | Molly Schaffer as Senior Staffer | William Duffy as Larry | Tressa DiFiglia as College Student #2 | Wendy Blair as Flight Attendant #2 | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Elizabeth Greer (1) as Flight Attendant | Marcus Boddie as Police Officer | Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi | Mindy Seeger as Chris | David Sage as John Van Dyke | Marlene Warfield as Ruth | Hamilton Mitchell as Luther | Wendell Wright as Fred | Diane Michelle as Woman | Dean Biasucci as Man | Dafidd McCracken as Mike | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Peter James Smith as Ed
Director: Thomas Schlamme
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Songs: Bif Naked -- Moment of Weakness

2 :01x02 - Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc

Sep/29/1999
Sam, despite the rest of the staff urging him not to, decides to publicly pursue the call girl he spent the night with. C.J. tries to make the best of the ongoing clash between the Vice President and President over a bill. Meanwhile, President Bartlet hires Mandy Hampton as his consultant and the plane carrying Bartlet’s doctor is shot down, leaving a young African-American Navy captain to substitute as the President’s physician.
Special Guest Stars: Ruben Santiago-Hudson as Morris Tolliver |
Guest Stars: Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Suzy Nakamura as Kathy | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Lisa Edelstein as Laurie | Tim Matheson as Vice President John Hoynes | John Bedford Lloyd as Lloyd Russell | Merrin Dungey as Daisy Reese |
Co-Guest Stars: Steven M. Gagnon as Officer #1 | J. August Richards as Billy | Rose Rollins as Suzanne | Gilles Savard as Larouche | Brad Van Grack as Pedestrian | Paul Doherty as Aide #1 | Eric Fleeks as Officer #2 | Tammy Tavares as Woman #1 | Mary Kay Wulf as Janet | Neal Moran as Aide #2 | Bradley James as Donnie | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | William Duffy as Larry | Chris Hendrie as Businessman | Peter James Smith as Ed | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Robyn Pedretti as Candy | Chuti Tiu as Woman #2 | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Victor Love as Mike | Andy Umberger as Stevie | Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi
Director: Thomas Schlamme
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

3 :01x03 - A Proportional Response

Oct/06/1999
Still angry about an American jet being shot down in the Mideast, President Bartlet overrules a plan for a “proportional” military strike put together by the joint chiefs of staff. Bartlett wants a more severe attack, but the type of attack he wants would result in thousands of casualties. While Leo tries to cool Bartlet down, C.J. talks to Sam about the possible ramifications of his ongoing relationship with Laurie, the call girl. Meanwhile, Josh hires an African American teenager as an aide to the President.
Special Guest Stars: John Amos as Admiral Percy Fitzwallace |
Guest Stars: Suzy Nakamura as Kathy | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Renee Estevez as Nancy |
Co-Guest Stars: Kim Webster as Ginger | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Jack Montoya as Floor Manager | Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Victor Love as Mike | George McDaniel as Officer #2 | Christopher Kriesa as Officer #3 | Hunter Von Leer as Officer #4 | Andrew Shaifer as Reporter #4 | Chad McKnight as Staffer #2 | Rose Rollins as Suzanne | Marvin Krueger as Officer #1 |
Uncredited: Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon
Director: Marc Buckland
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

4 :01x04 - Five Votes Down

Oct/13/1999
With only five votes keeping an important bill restricting the sale of automatic weapons, the staff has only 72 hours to find a way to get the five votes. Toby has to testify when he is accused of manipulating the stock market after one of his stock purchases becomes extremely profitable. Meanwhile, President Bartlet accidentally takes the wrong medication for his aching back and Leo’s long hours begin to strain his home life.
Special Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as Vice President John Hoynes |
Guest Stars: Sara Botsford as Jenny McGarry | Jillian Armenante as Leela | Mark Blum as Rep. Katzenmoyer | Michael McGuire as Cal Tillinghouse | Jay Underwood as Christopher Wick | Thom Barry as Mark Richardson | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss |
Co-Guest Stars: Julia Pearlstein as Volunteer | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Mia Tate as Cocktail Waitress | Hanna Cheek as Female Groupie #3 | Paige Taylor Adams as Female Groupie #2 | Cynthia Abeln as Female Groupie #1 | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Bradley James as Donnie Secret Service Agent #1 | Mongo Brownlee as Secret Service Agent #2 | Victor Love as Reporter (Mike) | Sheila Frazier as Newscaster #2 | Jackie Mari Roberts as Janeane | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Ivan Allen as Newscaster #3 (Roger Salier) | Penny Griego as Newscaster #1
Director: Michael Lehmann
Songs: Barbara Streisand -- Happy Days Are Here Again

5 :01x05 - The Crackpots and These Women

Oct/20/1999
The staff must deal with several problems throughout the course of a day, including UFOs and smallpox. The senior staff meets with several interest groups referred to as "the crackpots". Josh becomes shaken when he receives a card that instructs him where to go in case of a nuclear attack. Meanwhile, Toby and President Bartlet clash over plans for a trip to California and Bartlet prepares for a press conference.
Guest Stars: Guy Boyd as Stanley Maxwell | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Suzy Nakamura as Kathy | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Rachel Singer as Marge | Sam Lloyd as Bob Engler | Nick Offerman as Jerry | Nicholas Cascone as Loomis | David Fabrizio as Jonathan Lacey |
Co-Guest Stars: Juwan Howard (1) as Mr. "Rodney Grant" Collins | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Michele Marsh as Economist
Director: Anthony Drazan
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Songs: Marian Anderson -- Ave Maria

6 :01x06 - Mr. Willis of Ohio

Nov/03/1999
Toby and Mandy work together to get a commerce bill with a census counting provision approved. In order to do this, they have to convince Mr. Willis, a congressman who took over his wife’s office after her death. Sam helps C.J. understand what stance the administration is taking on the random census in 2000. Meanwhile, Zoey gets herself into a dangerous situation when she goes to a Georgetown bar and President Bartlet approaches Leo after learning that Leo’s wife left him.
Guest Stars: Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Suzy Nakamura as Kathy | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Al Fann as Joe Willis | Kenneth Tigar as Congressman Gladman | Charley Lang as Matt Skinner |
Co-Guest Stars: Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Bradley James as Secret Service Agent #1 (Donnie) | Blake Shields as Frat Boy #1 | Gathering Marbet as Waitress | Justin Urich as Frat Boy #2 | Greg Wrangler as Secret Service Agent #2 | Juan A. Riojas as Secret Service Agent #3 |
Uncredited: Eric Balfour as Frat Boy #3
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Songs: Foo Fighters -- Learn to Fly

7 :01x07 - The State Dinner

Nov/10/1999
With a state dinner in honor of an Indonesian president drawing closer, President Bartlet must deal with several problems including an FBI hostage standoff, a nearing category 4 hurricane, and a potential teamsters union strike. Meanwhile, the First Lady prepares to host the dinner, a reporter flirts with C.J., and Sam is surprised when he spots his call girl friend in attendance at the dinner.
Special Guest Stars: Stockard Channing as Abbey Bartlet |
Guest Stars: Peter Kors as Rahmadi Sumahidjo Bambang | Jeff Williams (1) as Harold Lewis | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Lisa Edelstein as Laurie | David Rasche as Carl Everett | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | William Lucking as Bobby Russo | Sal Landi as Chafey | Dennis Cockrum as Captain | John Kapelos as Seymour Little | Steve Rankin as FBI Agent #2 |
Co-Guest Stars: Rod Porter as Photographer (Harry) | Tyler Bowe as Gomez | Colin Gray (1) as Bruce, Reporter | Ariono Suriawinata as President of Indonesia (Rahm Siguto) | Bradley James as Secret Service Agent (Donnie) | J.P. Stevenson as Jonathan, Reporter | Nelson Mashita as Minaldi | Jacqueline Torres as Sondra | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi
Director: Thomas Schlamme

8 :01x08 - Enemies

Nov/17/1999
Bartlet’s political rivals attach a land-use rider is to a vital banking bill. C.J. attempts to silence rumors that Bartlet and Vice President Hoynes fought during a Cabinet meeting, despite the rumors being true. Leo isn’t happy when his daughter, Mallory, asks Sam out, and is less enthusiastic when he accepts. Meanwhile, C.J. continues to ignore Danny’s advances when she begins to suspect that he’s only trying to get a lead on a story.
Special Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as John Hoynes |
Guest Stars: Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Charley Lang as Matt Skinner |
Co-Guest Stars: Colin Gray (1) as Bruce, Reporter | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Robyn Pedretti as Candy | Seth Walker as Tony | Shirley Y. Scott as Mildred, Court Stenographer
Director: Alan Taylor

9 :01x09 - The Short List

Nov/24/1999
A current Supreme Court justice retires, giving Bartlet an opportunity to nominate a justice, but his perfect nominee turns out to be less perfect than Bartlet had originally thought. Meanwhile, a congressman accuses White House staff of drug use.
Special Guest Stars: Mason Adams as Joseph Crouch | Ken Howard as Judge Peyton Cabot Harrison III | Edward James Olmos as Roberto Mendoza |
Guest Stars: Holmes Osborne as Peter Lillienfield | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss |
Co-Guest Stars: Peter James Smith as Ed | Charles Noland as Steve, Reporter #2 | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kris Murphy as Reporter #3 | Diana Morgan as Jesse, Reporter #1
Director: Bill D'Elia

10 :01x10 - In Excelsis Deo

Dec/15/1999
As Christmas quickly approaches, President Bartlet sneaks out to finish some last minute shopping. Toby, after learning more about a forgotten Korean War veteran, arranges a funeral for him. C.J. tries to get the staff to focus on the hate crime issue again while continuing to fend off the reporter who keeps asking her out. Sam and Josh plan a strike against Congressman Lillenfield who’s been hinting at Leo’s past involving drug and alcohol abuse.
Guest Stars: Lisa Edelstein as Laurie | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Tom Quinn as John Noonan | Paul Austin as George Huffnagle | Reiner Schöne as Homeless Man | Renee Estevez as Nancy |
Co-Guest Stars: Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Christian Copelin as Jeffrey Lucas | Kim Webster as Ginger | Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi | Bradley James as Donnie | Morina Pierce as Jessica Hodges | Becky Woodley as Aide | Lance Reddick as DC Police Officer | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | NiCole Robinson as Margaret
Director: Alex Graves

11 :01x11 - Lord John Marbury

Jan/05/2000
When India and Pakistan go to war with each other and threaten nuclear war, Bartlet calls British diplomat Lord Marbury for advise on how to handle the crisis. Josh gets subpoenaed to testify in Lillenfield’s investigation of Leo’s prior drug and alcohol abuse. Toby accuses C.J. of being overly friendly with the media and Charlie asks Bartlet permission to date his daughter.
Special Guest Stars: Roger Rees as Lord John Marbury | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace |
Guest Stars: Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Iqbal Theba as Indian Ambassador | Clyde Kusatsu as Joe | David Doty as Military Officer | John Diehl as Claypool | Erick Avari as Ambassador Habib | James Hong as David | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet |
Co-Guest Stars: Christopher Kriesa as Mitch | William Duffy as Larry (as Bill Duffy) | Peter James Smith as Ed | Tom Hall (1) as Officer Mike | Dafidd McCracken as Security Officer Mike | Charles Noland as Reporter #1 (Steve) | Colin Gray (1) as Bruce | J. David Krassner as Jack | Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Tom | Charles Hoyes as Thompson | Roger Ranney as Civilian | Carlos Cervantes as Bobby | Ryan Cutrona as CIA Director Rollie | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Bill Stevenson as Jaworski

12 :01x12 - He Shall, From Time to Time

Jan/12/2000
The White House staff shifts into crisis mode after Bartlet collapses prior to his first State of the Union address. The tension between India and Pakistan heightens when Pakistan gives its commanders control of the nuclear weapons, which leads to the staff once again consulting Lord John Marbury. Meanwhile, Leo publicly discloses his past alcohol abuse and both Sam and C.J. have romantic encounters.
Special Guest Stars: John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Roger Rees as Lord John Marbury | Stockard Channing as Abbey Bartlet |
Guest Stars: Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | Madison Mason as Admiral Hackett | Austin Tichenor as Raymond Burns | Harry Groener as Roger Tribbey | David Spielberg as Congressman |
Co-Guest Stars: Roger Ontiveros as Sidney, Officer #3 | Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Tom | Ronne Troup as Pratt | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier, Newscaster | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Christopher Kriesa as Mitch (as Chris Kriesa) | Marvin Krueger as Officer #1
Director: Arlene Sanford
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

13 :01x13 - Take Out the Trash Day

Jan/26/2000
Josh and Sam meet with the Senate appropriations subcommittee to try to get Leo out of having to attend a hearing over his past alcohol abuse problems. Bartlet and the staff debate what the appropriate response should be to the new sex education study while Mandy believes that a couple shouldn’t attend the signing of a hate crimes bill brought on by the death of their son. Meanwhile, C.J. continues to flirt with a White House reporter, Toby goes up against congressmen holding up the appointments for the Public Broadcasting Corporation, and Bartlet urges Zoey to drop a sociology class when the professor teaches ideas very different from his own.
Guest Stars: Renee Estevez as Nancy | Dakin Matthews as Simon Blye | Suzy Nakamura as Kathy | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Liza Weil as Karen Larsen | Linda Gehringer as Jennifer Lydell | Ray Baker as Jonathan Lydell | James Handy as Joseph Bruno |
Co-Guest Stars: Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi, Reporter #1 | Charles Noland as Steve, Reporter #3 | Kris Murphy as Katie Witt, Reporter #4 | Bradley James as Donnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Sheryl Arenson as Lock | Larry Sullivan as Hamlin (as Larry Sullivan, Jr.) | Jacqueline Torres as Sondra, Reporter #2
Director: Ken Olin
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

14 :01x14 - Take This Sabbath Day

Feb/09/2000
When the Supreme Court fails to stay the execution of a convicted murder, President Bartlet has to decide whether or not to commute his sentence within the next 48 hours. To do so, Bartlet gets advice from Tom Cavanaugh, a childhood priest of Bartlet’s. Meanwhile, Josh goes head to head with Joey Lucas, a campaign manager, when her candidate isn’t being backed strongly backed by the Democratic party.
Special Guest Stars: Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas |
Guest Stars: Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Noah Emmerich as Bobby Zane | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Karl Malden as Tom Cavanaugh | David Proval as Rabbi Glassman | Herb Mitchell as Public Defender | Felton Perry as Jerry |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Richard Gross as Bailiff | Joe Cosgrove as Peter Hayes | Ellen Sugarman as Cantor | Carmela Rioseco as Sophia Cruz |
Uncredited: Juan A. Riojas as Secret Service Agent
Director: Thomas Schlamme

15 :01x15 - Celestial Navigation

Feb/16/2000
Sam and Toby rush to Connecticut when Roberto Mendoza, Bartlet’s Supreme Court nominee, is jailed for drunk driving. There, Sam and Toby try to secure the secret release of the nominee while doing damage control along the way. Meanwhile, Josh does his best as a replacement White House spokesman when C.J. has an emergency root canal.
Special Guest Stars: Edward James Olmos as Roberto Mendoza |
Guest Stars: Robert David Hall as David Nessler | Vaughn Armstrong as Sgt. McNamara | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | CCH Pounder as Debbie O'Leary |
Co-Guest Stars: Kim Webster as Ginger | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Charles Noland as Steve, Reporter #2 | Kelly Fialing as Pretty College Student | J.P. Stevenson as Jonathan | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kris Murphy as Reporter, Katie | Diana Morgan as Jesse, Reporter #3 | Victor Love as Mike | Jacqueline Torres as Sondra, Reporter #1 | Bob Thompson as Billy, Steward | Jason C. Morgan as Peter

16 :01x16 - 20 Hours in L.A.

Feb/23/2000
President Bartlet and the staff travel to Los Angeles for a fundraiser hosted by a wealthy filmmaker. Back in Washington, Leo has to convince the Vice President to support Bartlet’s stance on an ethanol tax bill that is deadlocked in the Senate. Meanwhile, in order to protect his daughter, Bartlet has the Secret Service close down a restaurant where she’s dining.
Special Guest Stars: Veronica Webb as Herself | David Hasselhoff as Himself | Jay Leno as Himself | Tim Matheson as John Hoynes | Bob Balaban as Ted Marcus | Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas |
Guest Stars: Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Jorja Fox as Gina Toscano | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | John de Lancie as Al Kiefer | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Chris Hogan as Mark Miller |
Co-Guest Stars: Peter James Smith as Ed | Giovanni Sirchia as Carmine | Franklin Dennis Jones as Man #3 | Mary Kathleen Gordon as Woman | William Duffy as Larry (as Bill Duffy) | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Bill Bolender as Man #1 | Robert Pine as Greer | Christopher Shea as Man #2 | Bart Braverman as Shapiro | Juan A. Riojas as Secret Service Agent
Director: Alan Taylor
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

17 :01x17 - The White House Pro-Am

Mar/22/2000
The First Lady’s staff is sent into action when her statements about foreign child-labor laws motivate a Congresswoman to suggest an amendment that would end an international tariff bill. The President is also kept busy when the chairman of the Federal Reserve dies and Bartlet must appoint a successor. Meanwhile, Zoey fights with Charlie when she suggests that they don’t go to a club opening again, per the request of the Secret Service after they receive hat letters about their interracial relationship.
Special Guest Stars: Stockard Channing as Abbey Bartlet |
Guest Stars: Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Nadia Dajani as Lilli Mays, First Lady's Chief of Staff | Amy Aquino as Congresswoman Becky Reisman | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Jorja Fox as Gina Toscano | Kathleen Garrett as Congresswoman | Brandon Hammond as Jeffrey Morgan | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Rolonda Watts as Melissa, TV Host | Richard Fancy as Congressman |
Co-Guest Stars: Ivan Allen as Roger Salier, Newscaster | Julie Pop as Aide | Kris Murphy as Katie Witt | Mindy Seeger as Chris, Reporter #2 | Charles Noland as Steve | Laura Henry as Woman #1 | Kim Webster as Ginger | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | David A. Kimball as Intelligence Officer #2 | Joe O'Connor as Rep. Calhoun, Congressman #3 | Roger Eschbacher as Intelligence Officer #1 | Catherine Schreiber as Segment Producer | Valeri Ross as Woman #2 | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham
Director: Ken Olin

18 :01x18 - Six Meetings Before Lunch

Apr/05/2000
When Zoey attends a party where one of her friends is caught using illegal drugs, C.J. tries to keep the story out of the media. The staff celebrates when Supreme Court nominee Mendoza is confirmed by the Senate. Josh meets with Jeff Breckenridge, a nominee for assistant attorney general who believes in slavery reparations. Meanwhile, Sam fights with Mallory over private school vouchers and Mandy works to get two new pandas for the National Zoo.
Special Guest Stars: Carl Lumbly as Jeff Breckenridge |
Guest Stars: Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Suzy Nakamura as Kathy | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | Christopher Wynne as Edgar Drumm | Jorja Fox as Gina Toscano | Lindsay Sloane as Stacy | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon |
Co-Guest Stars: Heather Dawn (1) as College Student #1 | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kenneth Choi as Secret Service Agent #1 Mike | Erin LeShawn Wiley as College Student #2 | Kimiko Gelman as Secret Service Agent Kelly | Todd Sandler as Secret Service Agent #2 |
Uncredited: Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield
Director: Clark Johnson
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

19 :01x19 - Let Bartlet Be Bartlet

Apr/26/2000
Rumors fly when a memo surfaces that outline the weakness of the administration. C.J. soon finds that a reporter has the memo and she tries to persuade him not to publish it. Sam and Toby meet with the military to work out a better policy about gays in the military. Meanwhile, Josh tries to get Democrats nominated when two Federal Election Commission members resign and Leo has issues with the White House’s e-mail system.
Special Guest Stars: John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace |
Guest Stars: Paul Provenza as Steve Onorato | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Andy Buckley as Mike Satchel | Ted Marcoux as Major Tate | James DuMont as Major Thompson | Richard Penn as Blakely | David Brisbin as Ken | Aaron Lustig as Jerry Graham |
Co-Guest Stars: Kris Murphy as Katie Witt | Charles Noland as Steve | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kim Webster as Ginger | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham
Director: Laura Innes

20 :01x20 - Mandatory Minimums

May/03/2000
President Bartlet names two Democrats to the Federal Election Commission, despite threats not to do so. However, the polls show that the public’s reaction the appointments are not good. Toby agrees to meet with his ex-wife to hear her reaction to a new drug policy. Meanwhile, C.J. makes a mistake that sets the staff back and Leo agrees to be the front man for the drug law revisions.
Special Guest Stars: Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas |
Guest Stars: Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Suzy Nakamura as Kathy | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Bruce Weitz as Senate Majority Leader | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | Paul Provenza as Steve Onorato | John de Lancie as Al Kiefer |
Co-Guest Stars: Kim Webster as Ginger | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Charles Noland as Steve | Mindy Seeger as Chris | J.P. Stevenson as Jonathan | Paul Laurence as Aide #2 | Kris Murphy as Katie Witt | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Karolyn Nishioka as Celia | Chris Conner as Jack | Diana Nadeau (1) as Aide | Michael Luckerman as Aide #1 (Stuart) | Diana Morgan as Jesse
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

21 :01x21 - Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics

May/10/2000
While the staff nervously awaits the newest poll results, Bartlet begins to reassign Federal Election Committee members in order to start campaign finance reform. But his plan is delayed when a photographer catches Sam giving a gift to his call girl friend. Meanwhile, C.J. worries that she’s being marginalized for her recent mistakes and Josh clashes with Joey.
Special Guest Stars: Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas |
Guest Stars: Renee Estevez as Nancy | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Thom Gossom, Jr. as Ted Mitchell | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Lisa Edelstein as Laurie | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | David Huddleston as Max Lobell | Reiko Aylesworth as Janine | Lawrence Pressman as Ken Cochran | Austin Pendleton as Barry Haskell |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | William Duffy as Larry | Peter James Smith as Ed | M.G. Mills as Rob Konrad | Kris Murphy as Katie Witt | Kim Webster as Ginger | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Sherry Houston (1) as Dan Larsen | Justin Colvin as Rodney | Conrad Bachmann as Ken Kato | Don Chastain as Reporter #2 | Bruce Wright as Ross Kassenbach
Director: Don Scardino
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

22 :01x22 - What Kind of Day Has It Been?

May/17/2000
Bartlet and the staff prepare for a town meeting with college students while dealing with getting an American pilot, who was shot down in Iraqi territory, home before he’s captured. Toby’s brother is involved in a potential disaster on an orbiting space shuttle. Josh works to convince the Vice President to change his stance on campaign finance reform. Later, as Bartlet and the staff leave the meeting, bullets begin to fly.
Special Guest Stars: John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Tim Matheson as John Hoynes |
Guest Stars: Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Suzy Nakamura as Cathy | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Janel Moloney as Donna Moss | Jorja Fox as Gina Toscano | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon |
Co-Guest Stars: Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Tom | Charles Noland as Steve | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Larry Stahoviak as Steve | George McDaniel as Officer #2 | Steven M. Gagnon as Officer #1 | Derek Triplett as Mikey | Emidio Antonio as Lou | Linda Burden-Williams as Moderator | Christopher Dukes as Phil | Kris Murphy as Katie Witt | Lisa Croisette as Patty
Director: Thomas Schlamme
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Warning: The West Wing guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Politics
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 22, 1999
Ended: May 14, 2006
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