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Season 3

Isaac and Ishmael

Oct/03/2001
In this special episode, the White House is put on lockdown and the staff tries to help a class of gifted high school students come to grips with the events of September 11th.
Guest Stars: Jeanette Brox as Student | Jonathan Nichols as Agent Cleary | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Ajay Naidu as Raqim Ali |
Co-Guest Stars: William J. Jones as FBI Agent | Willie Gault as Agent #2 | Dan Horton as Agent #1 | Chastity Dotson as Girl #2 | Kristine Woo as Girl #1 | Arjay Smith as Boy #4 | Marcus Toji as Boy #3 | Ben Donovan as Boy #2 | Josh Zuckerman as Boy #1 | Mongo Brownlee as Secret Service Agent | Susie Geiser as Marjorie Mann | Frantz Turner as Agent Greg | Cyd Strittmatter as Joan
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Songs: Buffalo Springfield -- For What It's Worth

Documentary Special

Apr/24/2002
In this documentary special, clips from all three seasons of the series are aired. Former Presidents of the United States, including Bill Clinton, Gerald Ford, and Jimmy Carter, as well as former White House staff are interviewed
Guest Stars: Peggy Noonan as Herself | Leon Panetta as Himself | Karl Rove as Himself | Gene Sperling as Himself | Gerald Ford as Himself | Henry Kissinger as Himself | Davis Gergen (1) as Himself | Marlin Fitzwater as Himself | Ken Duberstein as Himself | Betty Currie as Herself | Dee Dee Myers as Herself | Paul Begala as Himself | Bill Clinton as Himself | Jimmy Carter as Himself

45 :03x01 - Manchester: Part 1

Oct/10/2001
When Bartlet decides to officially announce his plans for re-election, the staff is thrown into a frenzy to prepare a speech. The speech hits a snag when Sam realizes that Bartlet has yet to apologize for not disclosing his MS and then is further delayed when C.J. slips up in a press conference. Meanwhile, Bartlet has to deal with his own problems, including Abbey, who is enraged that he didn't talk to her about his re-election decision, and whether or not to give the orders for a military rescue of the U.S. embassy in Haiti. Elsewhere, Charlie is advised to get is own lawyer before prosecutors look into his possible involvement in the MS cover-up.
Special Guest Stars: Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas | Oliver Platt as Oliver Babish | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli |
Guest Stars: Victor McCay as Peter | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | Glenn Morshower as Mike Chrysler | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Connie Britton as Connie Tate | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Gregory Alan Williams as Robbie Mosley | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Dennis Cockrum as Officer | Earl Boen as Paulson | Jim Beaver as Carl | Evan Handler as Doug Wegland |
Co-Guest Stars: Charles Noland as Steve | Kris Murphy as Katie | John Emmanuel as Agent | Kirk Kinder as One Star General | Doris McMillon as Newscaster | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | J.P. Stevenson as Jonathan | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | William Duffy as Larry | Dayna Devon as Air Force One Reporter #1 | Jill Remez as Reporter #4 | Mark Henderson as Driver | Lois Foraker as Lois | Jacqueline Torres as Sondra | Kim Webster as Ginger | Peter James Smith as Ed
Director: Thomas Schlamme
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

46 :03x02 - Manchester: Part 2

Oct/17/2001
In part two of the season premiere, the staff continues to refine Bartlet's re-election announcement to the American public and call in a political strategist to help them decide whether or not Bartlet should publicly apologize for not disclosing his MS. C.J. continues to deal with the aftermath of her statements of the press conference. Meanwhile, Bartlet continues to make peace with Abbey while contemplating if he should accept the requests of the Haitian leader.
Special Guest Stars: Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas |
Guest Stars: Evan Handler as Doug Wegland | Victor McCay as Peter | Glenn Morshower as Mike Chrysler | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Connie Britton as Connie Tate | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally |
Co-Guest Stars: John Emmanuel as Agent | Kris Arnold as Staffer | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry
Director: Thomas Schlamme
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

47 :03x03 - Ways and Means

Oct/24/2001
Special Prosecutor Clement Rollins begins his investigation into the President's non-disclosure of his illness. The White House staff isn't happy with getting Rollins as the Special Prosecutor, so C.J. shrewdly drops subtle clues to the press that might get the prosecutor replaced with someone more favorable to the staff. Meanwhile, a forest fire rages in Wyoming and the governor rages along with it when Bartlet backs up the forestry departments decision to let the fire burn itself out; Josh and Toby work on the estate tax that has been tied up in Congress; and Donna goes on a date with a Republican.
Special Guest Stars: Oliver Platt as Oliver Babish | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Emily Procter as Ainsley Hayes |
Guest Stars: Nicholas Pryor as Clement Rollins | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Mark Feuerstein as Cliff Calley | Connie Britton as Connie Tate | Evan Handler as Doug Wegland | Miguel Sandoval as Victor Campos | Thom Barry as Mark Richardson | Edmund L. Shaff as Bill Horton |
Co-Guest Stars: Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Charles Noland as Steve | Nadia Axakowsky as Reporter | Stephanie Cantu as Reporter | Lewis Grenville as Reporter | Kim Webster as Ginger | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi | Max Chalawsky as Kinnis | Felix Solis as Hammaker | Tom McCarthy (1) as Senator Randall Thomas | Andrea C. Robinson as Barbara
Director: Alex Graves

48 :03x04 - On the Day Before

Oct/31/2001
With the State Department dinner nearing, Bartlet vetoes the "death tax" bill, throwing the staff into a frenzy when they learn that the House of Representatives will have enough votes to override the veto. Meanwhile, Josh talks to a governor who is debating running against Bartlet in the next Presidential election; Charlie is urged to ask for immunity in the upcoming testimony concerning Bartlet's non-disclosure; and C.J. singles out an entertainment reporter, Sherri Wexler, for retribution.
Guest Stars: Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | H. Richard Greene as Robert Royce | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Mary Mara as Sherri Wexler | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Ana Mercedes as Sally | Scott Michael Campbell as Donald Dolan | Kevin Tighe as Jack Buckland | John F. O'Donohue as Mr. Koveleski | Cliff DeYoung as Rep. Kimball |
Co-Guest Stars: Peter James Smith as Ed | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Tom | Kris Murphy as Katie | Jeff Mooring as Phil | William Duffy as Larry | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | Elizabeth Taheri as Pam Wachtel | Steven J. Levy as Jonathan | Richard Saxton as Alan | Rick Cramer as Officer

49 :03x05 - War Crimes

Nov/07/2001
Testimonies begin in the non-disclosure investigation and Donna is first to give her deposition to the House committee. There she is questioned by none other than Cliff, the Republican she's been dating. Bartlet and Vice President Hoynes argue over gun control when Bartlet asks his Vice President to speak at an anti-gun rally in Texas. Meanwhile, Leo and Alan Adamley, an Air Force General have it out over the War Crimes Tribunal; Sam is perplexed by legislation that would eliminate the use of the penny; and C.J. informs Toby that Will Sawyer, a reporter, overheard one of his comments that doesn't shed good light on the President.
Special Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as John Hoynes | Michael O'Keefe as Will Sawyer | Gerald McRaney as Alan Adamley |
Guest Stars: Mark Feuerstein as Cliff Calley | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Bob Glouberman as Congressman's Aide |
Co-Guest Stars: Charles Noland as Steve | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Kim Webster as Ginger | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Keith Pillow as Klesko | Mary Ostrow as Sharon | Chris Ufland as Benton | Marcy Goldman as Reporter
Director: Alex Graves
Story: Allison Abner | Teleplay: Aaron Sorkin

50 :03x06 - Gone Quiet

Nov/14/2001
When a United States submarine "goes quiet" of the coast of North Korea, Bartlet is forced to decide between contacting the enemy or launching a risky rescue. Meanwhile, Abbey learns that past malpractice suits against her might damage the President's criminal investigation; C.J. is thrilled when a presidential candidate is indecisive while speaking in public; and Toby meets with a committee about Congress' controversial funding of avant-garde artists.
Special Guest Stars: Oliver Platt as Oliver Babish | Hal Holbrook as Albie Duncan | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli |
Guest Stars: Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Gregory Alan Williams as Robbie Mosley | Valerie Mahaffey as Tawny Cryer | Connie Britton as Connie Tate |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | Rick Cramer as Officer | Dennis Cockrum as Officer
Director: Jon Hutman

51 :03x07 - The Indians in the Lobby

Nov/21/2001
On the eve of Thanksgiving day, Bartlet stresses over all things turkey, especially how to best cook a gourmet turkey. C.J. deals with two Native Americans who set up camp in the lobby waiting to meet with an official about public health projects on their reservation, and threaten to start a media bonanza if they don't get their meeting. Meanwhile, Josh tries to get a teenage boy who murdered his teacher extradited back to the U.S. from Italy; Sam works on the new poverty income index that could bring the President serious trouble; and Toby talks to Bartlet about ways to improve his poll numbers.
Special Guest Stars: Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli |
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Gary Farmer as Jack Lone Feather | Dave Hager (1) as Mark Faragut | Georgina Lightning as Maggie Morningstar-Charles | Shashawnee Hall as Russell Angler | Jenny Gago as Bernice Collette | Armando Pucci as Alberto Fedrigotti |
Co-Guest Stars: Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kim Webster as Ginger | Patrick O'Connell (1) as Officer
Director: Paris Barclay

52 :03x08 - The Women of Qumar

Nov/28/2001
C.J. goes up against the rest of the staff, including the President, over whether or not to publicize a mad cow disease outbreak. Later, C.J. takes a negative stance on the administration's decision to renew the air base lease in Qumar, a country known for its poor treatment of women. Meanwhile, Josh works with a women's group lobbyist concerned with the wording of a treaty concerning prostitution; Sam deals with a lawsuit against the administration by a woman angry with Bartlet's remarks about a national seat belt law; and Toby meets with WWII veterans protesting a Pearl Harbor exhibit at the Smithsonian
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner |
Guest Stars: Dinah Lenney as Mary Klein | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Ty Burrell as Tom Starks | Bradley White as James | Bill Erwin as Ronald Kruckshank | Sid Conrad as Ed Ramsey | James Hornbeck (1) as Dr. Bedrosian | Christian Clemenson as Evan Woodkirk | Bruce Kirby as Barney Lang |
Co-Guest Stars: Fort Atkinson as Grant | Stan Sellers as Califf | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Kris Murphy as Katie Witt | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Dean White as Aide | William Duffy as Larry | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Elizabeth Liang as Staffer | Michael Canavan as Flynn | Larry Cox as Aide | Kim Sykes as Secretary | Peter James Smith as Ed | Kim Webster as Ginger
Director: Alex Graves

53 :03x09 - Bartlet for America

Dec/12/2001
The White House is adorned with holiday decorations, but the staff is feeling anything but merry as they deal with threats to firebomb black churches in Tennessee on Christmas Eve. Leo is also lacking the holiday spirit as he prepares to testify to the House committee concerning the non-disclosure of Bartlet's MS issue -- and the $650 an hour he's paying his lawyer doesn't help any. Flashbacks reveal the President's reasons for not disclosing his illness during his time as governor.
Special Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as John Hoynes |
Guest Stars: Joanna Gleason as Jordon Elaine Kendall | Mark Feuerstein as Cliff Calley | Clark Gregg as Special Agent Michael Casper | James Handy as Joseph Bruno | Mark Hutter as Rep. Erickson (R) | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Ashley L. Clark as Alan | Dennis Haskins as CEO | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Steven Gilborn as Paul Dearborn | Doug Ballard as Ed Pratt | Carlos Jacott as Allen | Randy Thompson as CEO Donor | Ellis E. Williams as Algiss Skyler | Todd Waring as Rep. Rathburn |
Co-Guest Stars: David St. James as Darren Gibson | Judy Kain as Event Planner | Joe O'Connor as Rep. Calhoun | Greta Sesheta as Congresswoman | Thomas Carrington as Congressional Staffer
Director: Thomas Schlamme
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

54 :03x10 - H. Con-172

Jan/09/2002
Leo rejects Congressional Oversight Committee's offer that would end the investigation into Bartlet's non-disclosure of his illness. The rest of the staff deals with a revealing book published by a former White House photographer. Meanwhile, Josh plots to meet with Amy Gardner, an attractive women's rights leader; and Bartlet decides to give Charlie a 1709 map of Palestine as a gift, but the staff warns him of the political ramifications of doing so since the map does not include the nation of Israel.
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner |
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Mark Feuerstein as Cliff Calley | Joanna Gleason as Jordon Elaine Kendall |
Co-Guest Stars: Peter James Smith as Ed | Kinga Philipps as Waitress | William Duffy as Larry | Kim Webster as Ginger | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick
Director: Vincent Misiano
Story: Eli Attie | Teleplay: Aaron Sorkin

55 :03x11 - 100,000 Airplanes

Jan/16/2002
As the staff works endlessly on Bartlet's State of the Union address, Bartlet suddenly requests that a section promising to find a cancer cure within 10 years is added. Sam is interviewed for an article in Vanity Fair magazine by a reporter who has a close personal history with him -- they were once engaged. Meanwhile, Josh has a hard time getting Amy Gardner's attention after telling her that her current relationship with a Congressman is only due to political gain; and Joey Lucas studies the poll numbers prior to Bartlet's speech.
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas |
Guest Stars: Brian Baker (2) as John Tandy | Charles Walker as Oncologist | Nicholas Hormann as Bobby | Howard S. Miller as Oncologist | Traylor Howard as Lisa Sherborne | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | Nancy Linehan Charles as Oncologist |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kim Webster as Ginger | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Marcus Eley as Bartender
Director: David Nutter
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

56 :03x12 - The Two Bartlets

Jan/30/2002
While the staff debates on whether or not to counter an attack on Bartlet from a Republican presidential candidate, Josh is forced to postpone his vacation with Amy Gardner in order to deal with a situation at a Navy firing range Puerto Rico. Meanwhile, Sam has a meeting with Robert Engler who believes that gold is missing from Fort Knox; C.J. and Toby square off on affirmative action; and Donna asks Josh to relieve her of jury duty.
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner |
Guest Stars: Sam Lloyd as Bob Engler | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy |
Co-Guest Stars: Tom Porter as Officer | Elizabeth Liang as Staffer | Thomas Knickerbocker as Civilian (as Tom Knickerbocker) | Ted Garcia as TV Reporter | Kim Webster as Ginger
Director: Alex Graves

57 :03x13 - Night Five

Feb/06/2002
Five days after the Iowa caucuses Bartlet is still having trouble sleeping so he consults Dr. Stanley Keyworth for treatment, but it becomes more a sobering wake-up for Bartlet. C.J. lobbies for the release of a White House reporter after the reporter is taken hostage in the Congo. Meanwhile, Toby faces off with his ex-wife over an upcoming foreign policy speech; Sam asks Ainsley to review an act that calls for the U.S. to payback loans to the United Nations; and Donna receives a surprising job offer.
Special Guest Stars: Emily Procter as Ainsley Hayes | Adam Arkin as Stanley Keyworth |
Guest Stars: Paul Fitzgerald as Casey Reed | Basil Wallace as McKonnen Loboko | Nancy Cassaro as Janet Price | Alanna Ubach as Celia Walton | Carmen Argenziano as Leonard Wallace | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | NiCole Robinson as Margaret |
Co-Guest Stars: Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | Kris Murphy as Katie
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

58 :03x14 - Hartsfield's Landing

Feb/27/2002
On the eve of the New Hampshire primary, Bartlet becomes involved in a game of military chess against China after the Chinese threaten to attack Taiwan. Meanwhile, Josh stresses over 42 votes in the small New Hampshire town of Hartsfield's Landing's election that typically predict the winner of the state's primary; and C.J. plays games with Charlie when she hides his copy of the President's daily schedule, leading to a inter-office war of tricks and mind games.
Guest Stars: Gregory Alan Williams as Robbie Mosley | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | James Hong as David | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | James Keane as Registrar of Voters | Dennis Cockrum as Officer | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery |
Co-Guest Stars: Kris Murphy as Katie | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Peter James Smith as Ed | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Jeff Mooring as Phil | Charles Noland as Steve | William Duffy as Larry | Lionel D. Carson as Tommy | Teddy Lane, Jr. as Agent | J.P. Hubbell as Agent | Rick Cramer as Officer | Dan Sachoff as Reporter | Matthew Yang King as Staffer | Jack Choy (1) as Civilian
Director: Vincent Misiano
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

59 :03x15 - Dead Irish Writers

Mar/06/2002
It's Abbey's birthday, but she isn't in the mood to celebrate as the medical board is about to rule on her on involvement in the non-disclosure investigation. But despite her lack of birthday spirit, a party is being thrown in her honor and high-ranking guests including Lord John Marbury are invited. Meanwhile, Sam has a meeting with a Senator who is blocking the funding for a superconductor; Abbey, C.J. and other female staff members sneak away to a closet to drink and gossip; and Donna finds out that she's not technically American.
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Roger Rees as Lord John Marbury | Hector Elizondo as Dr. Dalton Millgate |
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Robin Thomas as Senator Jack Enlow |
Co-Guest Stars: Jerry Lambert as Chuck Kane
Director: Alex Graves
Story: Paul Redford | Teleplay: Aaron Sorkin

60 :03x16 - The U.S. Poet Laureate

Mar/27/2002
After Bartlet's remarks about a potential Republican presidential nominee, C.J. is dispatched to do damage control. Toby meets with the new U.S. poet laureate to try to convince her to not speak out about the United States' non-support for a land-mines treaty. Meanwhile, Sam cuts Ainsley's vacation short when he needs help spinning Bartlet's remarks; Bartlet thinks about saving a failing company; and Josh is intrigued when he finds out he has an Internet fan-site: LemonLyman.com.
Special Guest Stars: Emily Procter as Ainsley Hayes | Laura Dern as Tabatha Fortis |
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | James Eckhouse as Bud Wachtel | Beth Littleford as Leslie | Yolanda Lloyd Delgado as Terry |
Co-Guest Stars: Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Kris Murphy as Katie | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Jeff Mooring as Phil | Jana Lee Hamblin as Bobbi | Kim Webster as Ginger | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | David Gautreaux as Stuart | Christopher Michael as Floor Manager | Diana Morgan as Jesse | Tim Haldeman as Barnett | Jennifer Marley as Student | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick
Story: Laura Glasser | Teleplay: Aaron Sorkin

61 :03x17 - Stirred

Apr/03/2002
A truck carrying uranium fuel crashes in an Idaho tunnel, leaving the staff to prepare for an environmental crisis. Bartlet continues to work out campaign strategy, which may include dropping Vice President Hoynes from the ticket. Meanwhile, unaware of his potential exit from the campaign, Hoynes works on a bill that would provide Internet access to the poor, then attends the same Alcoholics Anonymous meeting as Leo. Elsewhere, Charlie files his taxes on-line after being urged to do so by Bartlet, but immediately regrets taking his advice; and Josh tries to get a presidential proclamation honoring the retirement of Donna's favorite teacher.
Special Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as John Hoynes |
Guest Stars: Jim Jansen as Bill Fisher | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Felton Perry as Friend of Bill W. #3 | Randy Oglesby as Friend of Bill W. #2 | David Dunard as Friend of Bill W. #1 |
Co-Guest Stars: Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Tim Van Pelt as Harry | Kim Webster as Ginger
Director: Jeremy Kagan

62 :03x18 - Enemies Foreign and Domestic

May/01/2002
After making a critical public statement about Saudi Arabia, C.J. receives a serious death thread leading Bartlet to assign Secret Service protection to her. While Sam is busy working out the details of the President's upcoming summit with the new Russian President, satellite photographs show an Iranian nuclear facility built with the help of Russian technology. Meanwhile, Charlie works to find out the source of an encoded letter sent to the President; and Toby debates whether or not to let a controversial Russian reporter attend the upcoming summit.
Special Guest Stars: John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Mark Harmon as Simon Donovan | Ian McShane as Nikolai Ivanovich |
Guest Stars: Peter Scolari as Jake Kimball | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | George Tasudis as George Kowzlowski | Gregory Itzin as State Department Representative | Bill Cobbs as Alan Tatum | Svetlana Efremova as Ludmilla Koss | Mindy Seeger as Chris |
Co-Guest Stars: Lee Faranda as Aide | Kim Webster as Ginger | Jeff Mooring as Phil | Kris Murphy as Katie | Charles Noland as Steve | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Damien Leake as Dr. Tatum | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Valarie Pettiford as Janice | Elizabeth Liang as Staffer
Director: Alex Graves

63 :03x19 - The Black Vera Wang

May/08/2002
While C.J., now code-named "Flamingo", adjusts to being followed by Secret Service Agent Donovan, Bartlet and the staff rush to deal with a predicted terrorist attack. Meanwhile, Toby argues with TV network executives when they threaten to pull coverage of national conventions from their broadcast; Sam gets his hands on a copy of a commercial bashing the President; and Josh, back in Washington after the Helsinki summit, gives Donna a gift from his trip: cured moose meat.
Special Guest Stars: Mark Harmon as Simon Donovan | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace |
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Gerry Becker as Network News Director | Leon Russom as Network News Director | Patrick Breen as Kevin Kahn | Michael Holden (1) as Network News Director | Evan Rachel Wood as Hogan Cregg | Ned Schmidtke as Admiral | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery |
Co-Guest Stars: Ivy Jones as Martha | Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Civilian | David O. Katz as Assistant | David Burtka as Bruce | Penny Griego as TV Reporter | Kate Palmer as Assistant | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | William J. Jones as Jamie Dawson | Richard Saxton as Alan | Steve Tom as General | Maggie Baird as Carney
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

64 :03x20 - We Killed Yamamoto

May/15/2002
As Bartlet, with the help of Leo and Fitzwallace, struggles over deciding whether or not to forfeit diplomatic immunity for a Middle Eastern official known to be plotting terrorist attacks, Josh and Amy square off over a welfare reform bill. Meanwhile, Sam kills environment-friendly legislation for the Everglades; C.J. begins to appreciate her bodyguard even more; Toby advises the President not to attend a fundraiser; and Donna travels to North Dakota as the administration's representative at a meeting to change the state's name.
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Mark Harmon as Simon Donovan |
Guest Stars: Glenn Morshower as Mike Chrysler | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Annika Peterson as Jane | Nicki Micheaux as Muriel | William Thomas, Jr. as David | Juan Garcia as Rick Pintero | Kurt Fuller as Advisor | Bob Morrisey as Harry Conroy | Christopher Curry as Col. Lee |
Co-Guest Stars: Kim Webster as Ginger | Kim Brockington as Agent Thayer | Horward Lockie as Democrat | William Duffy as Larry | Peter James Smith as Ed | Harry S. Murphy as Witness | S.E. Perry as Marine Officer | Kevin Brief as Democrat | Roz Witt as Democrat
Director: Thomas Schlamme
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

65 :03x21 - Posse Comitatus

May/22/2002
Bartlet has a life-or-death decision to make regarding the known foreign diplomat terrorist, and thinks on it while attending a charity event where Governor Robert Ritchie is also in attendance. Meanwhile, C.J. and Donovan come to an understanding regarding their flirtation; Josh and Amy's relationship is threatened when they take opposite stances on a piece of key legislation; and as the search for a replacement for the late Mrs. Landingham continues, Charlie recommends Deborah Fiderer, a former White House secretary.
Guest Stars: Orlando Seale as Young Clifford | Jeanie Hackett (1) as Queen Margaret | Heidi Anderson as Waitress | S.E. Perry as Marine Officer | Charles Noland as Steve | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Kris Murphy as Katie | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Paul Norwood as Bristol | Nate Reese as Cantwell | Douglas Weston as Bedford | Adrian Diamond as Young Boy | Joshua Wolf Coleman as Chorus | James Villani as Thug | Lisa Datz as Agent | Mark Gerald Douglas (1) as Agent | Ted Koch as Reporter | Karen Tsen Lee (1) as Reporter | Glenn Kubota as Grocer | Richard Soto as Chorus | Richard Gould (1) as Chorus | Joshua Fardon as Chorus | Russell Edge as Chrous | Charles Currier as Chorus | Nasser Faris as Translator | Al No' Mani as Abdul Shareef | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Mark Harmon as Simon Donovan | Adam Arkin as Stanley Keyworth | Kurt Fuller as Advisor | Graham Shiels as Chorus | Rob Nagle as Chorus | John David Conti as Howell | Ken Thorley as "No" Vote Man | William Dennis Hunt as Duke of York | James Brolin as Robert Ritchie | Kevin Owers as Chorus | Armin Shimerman as Richard III | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Basil Hoffman as Congressman | Wren T. Brown as A No Vote | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Glenn Morshower as Mike Chrysler | Fred Sanders as Ted | William Thomas, Jr. as David | Andrew McFarlane (2) as Anthony | Renee Estevez as Nancy | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | David Huddleston as Senator Max Lobell | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Songs: Jeff Buckley -- Hallelujah
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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