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66 :04x01 - 20 Hours in America (1)

Sep/25/2002
The re-election campaign is in full swing, and moving quickly -- so rapidly, in fact, that Josh, Toby, and Donna are stranded in Indiana when they are left behind by the motorcade carrying the other staff members. Back in Washington, Sam fills in for Josh; Bartlet interviews Debbie Fiderer for the late Mrs. Landingham's job; Abbey creates a buzz when she calls herself "just a wife and mother"; and the Middle East begins to stir over their missing Defense Minister.
Guest Stars: Tori Reid as Aide | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Kris Murphy as Katie | William Duffy as Larry | Peter James Smith as Ed | Kim Webster as Ginger | Marina Palmier as Civilian | S.E. Perry as Marine Officer | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Ron Newell as Store Manager | Rohn Thomas as Sy | Tommy LaFitte as Earl | Danielle Jones as Friend | Jennifer Armour as Friend #2 | Amy K. Harmon as Volunteer | Harry O'Toole as Man at Counter | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Joel Marsh Garland as Cap | Ernestine Jackson as Fiona | Art Chudabala as Peter Lien | Danielle Harris as Kiki | Amy Adams (1) as Cathy | Alan Dale as Mitch Bryce | Larry Cox as Staffer | Valorie Armstrong as Mrs. Harrison | Dan Gerrity as Civilian | Constance Pfeifer as Elderly Woman | Jack Tate as Civilian | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | John Gallagher, Jr. as Tyler | Victor McCay as Peter | Joan MacIntosh as Mrs. Meredith Walker | Renee Estevez as Nancy | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

67 :04x02 - 20 Hours in America (2)

Sep/25/2002
Bartlet interviews Debbie Fiderer for the secretarial position for the second time, and for the second time it doesn't go well. With the Dow continuing to drop and the stress over the Qumaris, Bartlet takes out his frustration on an elderly White House visitor. Meanwhile, General Fitzwallace and Nancy McNally worry about how much the Qumaris know about their missing Defense Minister; Toby, Josh, and Donna continue to make their way back to Washington; and the staff has to deal with a crisis in Iowa when a bomb explodes at a University of Iowa swim meet.
Guest Stars: John Gallagher, Jr. as Tyler | Allan Wasserman as Donald McKittridge | Andrew McFarlane (2) as Anthony | Kim Webster as Ginger | William Duffy as Larry | Kris Murphy as Katie | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Aaron Marcus as Deskman | Jeff Gage as Train Conductor | Susan Allenbach as Driver | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Renee Estevez as Nancy | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Don Perry as Muriel Keith | Thomas Crawford as Bill Lacey | Mary-Pat Green as Sen. Choate | Robert Noble as Butler | Victor McCay as Donald McKittridge | John Fletcher as Photographer | John P. Connolly (1) as Matt Kelley | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Albert Owens as Fred Shuler | David Early (1) as Bartender
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

68 :04x03 - College Kids

Oct/02/2002
Bartlet, worried about his liability in the Qumari matter, has Leo hire him a lawyer. The re-election campaign deals with a setback when a judge rules that debates must be open to all third-party candidates. Meanwhile, Josh gets mad at Amy after she accepts a job interview; Toby and Josh plan out a new idea for college tuition payments; and the approval process for Deborah Fiderer goes slower than expected when new evidence is uncovered.
Guest Stars: Glenn Morshower as Mike Chrysler | S.E. Perry as Marine Officer | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Kris Murphy as Katie | Charles Noland as Steve | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Clark Gregg as Special Agent Michael Casper | Joanna Gleason as Jordon Elaine Kendall | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Mary Kathleen Gordon as Woman | Alex Paez as David | John P. Connolly (1) as Matt Kelley | Larry Cox as Aide | Pamela Shaddock as Jan | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace |
Uncredited: NiCole Robinson as Margaret
Director: Alex Graves

69 :04x04 - The Red Mass

Oct/09/2002
Bartlet debates the consequences of ordering a strike force to breakup a barricaded group of terrorists in Iowa, one of whom needs medical attention. Governor Robert Ritchie, Bartlet's Republican rival wants to have less debates, but the staff attempts to negotiate with the Governor for more debates. Meanwhile, Josh accuses his girlfriend of helping Senator Howard Stackhouse, the liberal third-party candidate, draw votes away from Bartlet; and Leo secretly meets with an Israeli official over strategy in regards to the Qumari assassination.
Guest Stars: Hilary Angelo as Emily | Kim Webster as Ginger | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Andrew McFarlane (2) as Anthony | Kris Murphy as Katie | Becky Meister as Sally | Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Civilian | Joe Marinelli as Morris | Brandon Noll as Staffer | Joe Cosgrove as Peter Hayes | George Coe as Howard Stackhouse | Clark Gregg as Special Agent Michael Casper | Richard Green (1) as Jerry | Malachi Throne as Ben Yosef | Noel Conlon as Jason Weaver | Larry Brandenburg as Michael Jackson | John Cothran, Jr. as Civilian Advisor | Lynn Tufeld as Grace | Deborah May as Janet | Robin Bartlett as Susan Thomas | Helen Duffy as Sen. White | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner
Director: Vincent Misiano
Story: Eli Attie | Teleplay: Aaron Sorkin

70 :04x05 - Debate Camp

Oct/16/2002
The staff goes on a weekend retreat to North Carolina to prepare for the upcoming presidential debates. While preparing, Bartlet must deal with a possible Israeli air attack on Qumar that could light a fire under other Middle Eastern countries. Meanwhile, flashbacks recall Bartlet and the staff's error-filled first days in office; Josh and Donna recall how she almost lost her job over a national security issue; and Toby considers the prospect of parenthood.
Guest Stars: Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | Glenn Morshower as Mike Chrysler | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Jeffrey Pierce as Jeff Johnson | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kim Webster as Ginger | William Duffy as Larry | Kathryn Joosten as Delores Landingham | Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas | John Aniston as Alexander Thompson | Bill Ferrell as Guard | Rick Cramer as Aide | Eyal Podell as Michael Gordon | Bruce French as Bill Stark | Nicole Lyn as Intern | Lance Baldwin as Peter Harlow | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Peter James Smith as Ed
Director: Paris Barclay

71 :04x06 - Game On

Oct/30/2002
On the eve of Bartlet's final debate of his career, Toby is skeptical that Bartlet is prepared to go head to head with his popular Republican rival, Robert Richie. After rehearsal, Toby meets up with his ex-wife, Congresswoman Andy Wyatt, then informs C.J. that Albie Duncan, an old, crazy Republican will help C.J. in "spinning" the even for the White House. Meanwhile, Leo negotiates a settlement in the Qumar-Israel conflict; Sam attempts to get a deceased Democratic candidate removed from the Congressional ballot; and the staff watches as Bartlet easily defeats Richie in the debate.
Guest Stars: Amy Parks as Tammy | Trent Trail as Lawrence | Tomiko Martinez as Staffer | Gia Cross as Girl | Ashley Benson as Girl | Alison Robertson as Carrie | Jason McCune as Jonathan | Stephanie Venditto as June | Anita Dashiell as Joe | Ross Shimabuku as Derek | Mary Beth McDonough as Beth | Scott Facher as Stage Manager | Kim Webster as Ginger | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kris Murphy as Katie | Paige Orr as Karen | Ashleigh Olden as Sharon | John Aniston as Alexander Thompson | Tony Amendola as Ali Nissir | James Brolin as Robert Ritchie | Stacy Reed as Girl in Bar | Michael Raysses as Ted Willard | Steve Stapenhorst as Martin | Nick Jameson as Chet | Tim Van Pelt as Harry | Ted Davis (1) as Bobby | Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Joanna Gleason as Jordon Elaine Kendall | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Joshua Malina as Will Bailey | Hal Holbrook as Albie Duncan | Amy Bruckner as Sally
Director: Alex Graves

72 :04x07 - Election Night

Nov/06/2002
On Election Day, Bartlet leaves Washington to shake hands with the voters, but returns to Manchester after casting his own ballot. There, Charlie begins to notice a change in Bartlet's behavior that makes him worry about Bartlet's health. Meanwhile, the deceased Democratic congressional candidate isn't politically dead; Debbie Fiderer begins setting rules that Josh dislikes; and when Andy discovers she's pregnant, Toby worries about how kids will effect their political careers.
Guest Stars: Christopher Schauble as Anchor | Penny Griego as Anchor | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Richard Saxton as Anahiem Anchor | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Peter James Smith as Ed | Mindy Thomas as Anchor | Ron Ostrow as John | Charles Noland as Steve | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Maria Lozom Hanson as Passerby | Leesa Severyn as Michelle | Kris Murphy as Katie | Ron Morehouse as Bow Tie | Ashleigh Olden as Aide | William Duffy as Larry | Kim Webster as Ginger | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Don Dowe as Technician | Kris Iyer as Andrea's Doctor | Lynette Romero as Anaheim Anchor | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Joshua Malina as Will Bailey | Howard Mann (1) as Senior Citizen | Christian Slater as Jack Reese | Megan Cavanagh as Voting Shortcut | Derek Thompson (2) as Man | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Omar Benson Miller as Orlando Kettles | Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin | Andrew McFarlane (2) as Anthony | Kaarina Aufranc as Ten Dollars |
Uncredited: Michael Mulheren as Statehood Supporter

73 :04x08 - Process Stories

Nov/13/2002
The White House staff celebrates after Bartlet's landslide defeat of Robert Ritchie, but Bartlet wasn't the only winner -- Horton Wilde, the deceased Congressional candidate also won his race. This puts Sam in a bad position since someone leaked that Wilde's widow would be able to take over her late husband's seat. Toby's ex-wife, Andy Wyatt, also won her seat with 85% of the vote, but Toby worries how her pregnancy will affect her career. Meanwhile, a coup is brewing in Venezuela; and Bartlet tries to share a romantic night with Abbey to celebrate his victory.
Guest Stars: Joanna Gleason as Jordon Elaine Kendall | Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Nick Jameson as Martin | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | William Duffy as Larry | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Peter James Smith as Ed | Marc Lynn as Whitaker | Diane Hsu as Campaign Aide | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Joshua Malina as Will Bailey | Tobin Bell as Colonel Whitcomb | Victor Raider-Wexler as Bernie | Christopher May as Tom | Symba Smith as Annette | Gina Hecht as Julie | Christian Slater as Jack Reese | Tim Silva as George | Wendy Braun as Gail Mackee | Rae Ritke as Ashley | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli

74 :04x09 - Swiss Diplomacy

Nov/20/2002
The elections have finally wrapped up, but Hoynes is already planning for the next election, as well as the Senate minority leader, which is plotting to delay the president's legislative agenda. Meanwhile, when the 15 year-old son of an Iranian leader needs a heart and lung transplant and needs to come to the U.S. for the surgery, complicated politics threaten to interfere. Also, Toby tries to repay a Congresswoman whose proposal helped aide Bartlet's victory, but was damaging to the Congresswoman in the polls.
Special Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as John Hoynes |
Guest Stars: Anita Dashiell as Reporter | Lucinda Jenney as Karen Kroft | Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin | Renee Estevez as Nancy | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Emiko Parise as Aide | Kim Webster as Ginger | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Geoff Pierson as Sen. Tripplehorn | Michael Raysses as Ted Willard | Bernard White as Ehsan Mohebi | Joel Anderson as Clark | Jennifer Parsons as Aide | Dennis Neal (1) as Springer | Wolf Muser as Chris Von Rutte | Paul Vincent O'Connor as Laney | Leigh Curran as NASA Aide | Faran Tahir as Manny | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Joshua Malina as Will Bailey

75 :04x10 - Arctic Radar

Nov/27/2002
Sam packs up for California to begin his campaign, leaving Toby without speechwriting help. Sam suggests that Will Bailey, a skilled campaign manager to take over his position. Meanwhile, when a female fighter pilot is dishonorably discharged after having an affair, women's groups, as well as the female staffers, want the President to intervene. Elsewhere, Donna asks Josh to find out if Commander Jack Reese has the hots for her.
Guest Stars: Ron Ostrow as John | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Kris Murphy as Katie | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Audrey Wasilewski as Janice Trumbull | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Joshua Malina as Will Bailey | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Christian Slater as Jack Reese | Vyto Ruginis as Mitch
Story: Gene Sperling | Teleplay: Aaron Sorkin

76 :04x11 - Holy Night

Dec/11/2002
It’s two days before Christmas and a winter storm blankets the northeast with snow while Danny shows up at the White House dressed as St. Nick, but spreads anything but cheer to the staff. Toby’s father also shows up at the White House, who Toby isn’t keen on seeing; and Zoey also returns to the White House with her boyfriend, who Charlie isn’t keen on seeing. Meanwhile, Bartlet decides to throw out the HHS budget, leading to endless work for the staff during the holiday week; and both Bartlet and Leo visit psychiatrist Stanley Keyworth to talk to him about concentration lapses.
Guest Stars: Trent Ford as Jean Paul | Kim Webster as Ginger | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Kris Murphy as Katie | Yale Whiffenpoofs as Themselves (as The Wiffenpoofs) | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | John Diehl as Claypool | Steve Ireland as Ron | Jerry Adler (1) as Jules Ziegler | Harry Karp as Zev | Danny Jacobs (1) as Young Jules | Alex Reznik as Jacob | Adam Arkin as Stanley Keyworth
Director: Thomas Schlamme
Writer: Aaron Sorkin

77 :04x12 - Guns Not Butter

Jan/08/2003
The administration works tirelessly on the foreign-aid bill, but Senate Republicans, as well as Democrats, have different ideas, leaving Josh to get the votes the White House needs. To do so, Josh dispatches Donna to hunt down a freshman senator while Josh deals with a Senator who will only vote with the White House if they agree to fund a medical study on the efficacy of prayer. Meanwhile, Danny continues to get closer to the truth behind the Sharif affair; and Charlie sets out to help a soldier’s family who is in need of food stamps.
Guest Stars: Ron Ostrow as John | Kris Murphy as Katie | John H. Wan as Intern | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Charles Noland as Steve | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Nicole Lyn as Stacy | Kim Webster as Ginger | Maura Claire Barclay as Kelly | Rachel Pearson as Tammy | Bernadette Burgos as Hispanic Woman | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Derek Coleman as Agent | Christina Grandy as Ellen | Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin | Pat Skipper as Jimmy Hoebuck | Jesse Burch as Jay | John Del Regno as Giuseppe | Paul McCarthy-Boyington as Mike | Natsuko Ohama as Gwendolyn Chen | Kiersten Van Horne as Jane Cleary | Gabriel Jarret as Jason | Richard Gross as Beano | Trent Ford as Jean Paul | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Ramon Estevez as Businessman | Megan Ward as Senator's Staffer
Director: Bill D'Elia

78 :04x13 - The Long Goodbye

Jan/15/2003
C.J. reluctantly returns to her hometown of Dayton, Ohio for her 20-year high school reunion, and ends up enjoying herself when she bumps into a handsome former classmate. However, her enjoyment is cut short when C.J. finds herself in the middle of a sad family crisis – her father has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. But as C.J. deals with all the emotion, she constantly feels the need to check up on Toby who’s running the press briefings in her absence.
Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Kris Murphy as Katie | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Matthew Modine as Marco Arlens | Elijah Roberts as Harry | Betsy Aidem as Libby Lapham | Verna Bloom as Molly Lapham | Donald Moffat as Talmidge Cregg | Terry Beaver as Lee Voight
Director: Alex Graves

79 :04x14 - Inauguration: (Part 1)

Feb/05/2003
Bartlet’s second inauguration is only less than a week away, but the staff has to re-write his inauguration address after an escalating genocide in Africa leads Bartlet to consider using force to end it. However, Bartlet’s idea is met with negative responses from both the West Wing and countries from around the world. Meanwhile, C.J. becomes increasingly irritated with Danny while he continues to dig into the Sharif affair; the betrayal of a staff member leaves the administration stunned; and Charlie has trouble finding the Bible for Bartlet’s inauguration.
Guest Stars: Peter James Smith as Ed | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Faran Tahir as Civilian Advisor | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | William Duffy as Larry | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kris Murphy as Katie | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Director #2 | Nicole Lyn as Intern | Timothy Rice as Chief Justice | Victor McCay as Peter | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Joel Anderson as Clark | John Cothran, Jr. as Civilian Advisor | Mark Chaet as Imam | Abdoulaye N'Gom as Zake Kintaka | Gibby Brand as Adam Kent | Paul Kent as Cardinal Patrick | Dan Ziskie as O'Donnell | Dan Gerrity as Director #3 | Geoffrey C. Ewing as Beckwith | Granville Van Dusen as Bryce Lilly | Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin

80 :04x15 - Inauguration: Over There (Part 2)

Feb/12/2003
The staff continues to prepare Bartlet’s inauguration speech and newcomer Will Bailey’s work leaves everyone impressed, especially the foreign policy doctrine it promotes. Meanwhile, Charlie continues to hunt for the Bible for the inauguration; the staff gets ready for possible military action; and Danny’s reporting causes quite a stir.
Guest Stars: Kris Murphy as Katie | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Ron Ostrow as John | Teri Beasley as Presidential Staff | Charles Noland as Steve | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Dave Lankford as Secret Service Agent | Jacqueline Harris (1) as Cynthia

81 :04x16 - The California 47th

Feb/19/2003
While U.S. troops take military action against the genocide in Africa, the President and his staff fly to California to campaign on behalf of Sam. However, Congressional Republicans just announced a tax-cut proposal, leaving the administration to counter with a plan that would increase the tax on the rich – something that won’t go over well in Sam’s affluent Orange County district.
Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Rick Najera as Ivan "Izzy" Perez | Claire Coffee as Cassie Tatum | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Trent Ford as Jean Paul | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Charles Noland as Steve | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Kim Webster as Ginger | Kris Murphy as Katie | Penny Griego as CNN Anchor | Ron Ostrow as John | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin | Matthew Glave as Scott Holcomb | Alex Hyde-White as Andrea's Accostor | Catherine Kwong as Lauren Chin | J. Patrick McCormack as Jimmy Wendall | Lara Phillips as Lauren Romano | Henry G. Sanders as Ambassador Tiki | Rocky McMurray as Officer | Stephen Mendel as Speaker | Kimberlee Peterson as Lauren Shelby | Laura Henry as Betty | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet
Director: Vincent Misiano
Songs: The Stray Cats -- Rock This Town

82 :04x17 - Red Haven's on Fire

Feb/26/2003
News of the hostage situation in Africa cut the President’s California visit short, but Toby decides to say in Orange County to be campaign manager for Sam’s failing campaign. Back in Washington, Josh and the First Lady square off on a budget request involving immunization education; Will Bailey, feeling the pressure of working in the White House, terrorizes his interns; and tensions grow as the staff waits for news on the captured American soldiers.
Guest Stars: Mary Gallagher as Maddy | Michael Leydon Campbell (1) as Max | Elisabeth Rosen as Diane Halley | Claire Coffee as Cassie Tatum | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Madeline Lovejoy as Betty | Karl T. Wright as OMB Aide #2 | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Stephanie Venditto as Reporter | Amy Parks as Bartender | Giselle Fernandez as Anchor | Christopher Schauble as Newscaster | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin | Catherine Kwong as Lauren Chin | Gil Christner as OMB Aide #1 | Lee Garlington as Alana Waterman | Lara Phillips as Lauren Romano | Daniel Zacapa as Steve Hernandez | Rocky McMurray as Taylor | Joy Stevens as Call Girl With Cell Phone | Kimberlee Peterson as Lauren Shelby | Carrie Snodgress as Martha Rowe | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer
Director: Alex Graves

83 :04x18 - Privateers

Mar/26/2003
During Amy’s first day as Abbey’s chief of staff she is given her first task: get the President to veto his own foreign-aid bill now that an anti-abortion rider has been attached to it. Toby finds himself in a legal bind when a former classmate gets into a tough ethical situation involving the E.P.A. Meanwhile, while Zoey is about to be inducted into the Daughters of the American Revolution, Abbey’s membership is threatened when it is uncovered that her ancestors were pirates, not patriots.
Guest Stars: Jeff Perry as Burt Ganz | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Trent Ford as Jean Paul | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | Gregory Linington as Don Novak | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Michael J. London as Usher | Helen Slayton-Hughes as Marion Cotesworth-Haye | Steven Hack as Paul Hendricks | Nathan Anderson as Matt Lambert | Robert Noble as Steward | Christopher Carroll as Mr. Thomas | Benjamin Brown as Mike | Andrea Savage as Heidi Choat | Amanda Carlin as Hillary Toobin
Director: Alex Graves

84 :04x19 - Angel Maintenance

Apr/02/2003
As Air Force One prepares to land at Andrews Air Force Base, a front-wheel light indicator fails to go off, meaning either the light is burnt out or something potentially dangerous. Upon hearing this, C.J. has to keep the news from a plane full of reporters and keep them off their cell phones at the same time while the crew checks out the problem. Tensions begin to rise both in the air and on the ground as people begin to wonder if the plane has been tampered with. Meanwhile, Josh and a Republican Congressman work on a Chesapeake Bay-cleanup bill.
Guest Stars: Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Kris Murphy as Katie | Ron Ostrow as John | William Duffy as Larry | Peter James Smith as Ed | Charles Noland as Steve | Mindy Seeger as Chris | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | James Morrison (1) as Jesse Weiskopf | George Wyner as Rep. Simmel | Matt McCoy as Tom Landis | Gregory Jbara as Rep. Segal | Aaron Kleven as Bill | Thom Barry as Mark Richardson
Director: Jessica Yu

85 :04x20 - Evidence of Things Not Seen

Apr/23/2003
When a gunman opens fire in the press briefing room, the secret service puts the staff on lockdown until the situation is under control. While on lockdown, Josh interviews Joe Quincy, a lawyer who applied for Ainsley Hayes’ old job, and though the interview goes well, Josh has a nagging feeling that something is off with Joe. Meanwhile, poker night also continues despite the lockdown, but Bartlet keeps getting interrupted after a spy plane is shot down over Russia.
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Bradley James as Agent #2 | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | J.P. Hubbell as Agent #1 | Robert Beuth as Translator | Willie Gault as Agent #3 | Jim Moret as Reporter | Penny Griego as News Anchor | Matthew Perry as Joe Quincy

86 :04x21 - Life On Mars

Apr/30/2003
During his first day on the job, Joe Quincy is given three pieces of information and as he pieces them together, he uncovers a scandal that affects the upper-administration. However, the staff, thinking the leak is small and containable, isn’t aware that the leak is only the beginning of a larger, more damaging problem.
Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as John Hoynes | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kris Murphy as Katie | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Jeff Mooring as Phil | Matthew Perry as Joe Quincy | Claire Coffee as Cassie Tatum | Kiersten Warren as Blair Spoonhour | John Apicella as Ralph Gish | Andy Umberger as Stevie | Catherine Kwong as Lauren Chin | Mandy Freund as Claire Huddle | Lara Phillips as Lauren Romano | Andy Milder as Aide #1 | Kimberlee Peterson as Lauren Shelby |
Uncredited: Sam Pancake as Stu Winkle

87 :04x22 - Commencement

May/07/2003
The night before Zoey’s commencement ceremony, Bartlet informs the staff of his role in a covert killing after five alleged terrorists go missing, leading C.J. and Danny to strike up a deal to keep the truth a secret. Meanwhile, Charlie has to decide whether or not to keep a promise he made to Zoey while they were dating; Andy’s water breaks; and Zoey goes missing from the nightclub where she was celebrating her graduation.
Guest Stars: Taye Diggs as Wes Davis | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Trent Ford as Jean Paul | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Civilian | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Keith MacKechnie as Cooper | Arye Gross as Obstetrician | Cliff McMullen as Chancellor | Jennifer Ann Massey as Waitress | Shannon Marshall as Randy Weathers | John Antonini as Jamie Reed | Kimberly Bigsby as Molly O'Connor | Tricia Maio as Aide |
Uncredited: Paul Majors as Secret Service Agent
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Songs: Massive Attack -- Angel

88 :04x23 - Twenty Five

May/14/2003
After Bartlet learns that Zoey’s kidnapping was arranged by Qumari terrorists, Washington D.C. is shut down as the search for his daughter begins. Thinking he may do something impulsive, Bartlet decides to evoke the 25th Amendment to avoid conflict of interest while the staff fears that terrorists might have orchestrated Zoey’s kidnapping. Meanwhile, Toby gets his first taste of fatherhood when Andy gives birth to twins – one boy and one girl. However, the moment proves to be bittersweet as Toby fears for Zoey’s safety and fears that he might not be a good father to his newborn twins.
Guest Stars: Dan Manning as Banks | Sha Bennett as Peggy | Susanne Filkins as Geri | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Charles Noland as Steve | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Kris Murphy as Katie | Laura Gardner as Gwen | John Antonini as Jamie Reed | Shannon Marshall as Randy Weathers | Gary Telles as FBI Agent #1 | Jim Gabriel as Cabinet Member | Diane Badger as Cabinet Member | Keely Jones as Reporter | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Estuardo Rodriguez Minano as Paramedic | Brady Rubin as Judge | Weston Blakesley (1) as Dr. Wellman | Kathryn Klvana as FBI Agent #2 | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kim Webster as Ginger | Lucy Butler as Jill | Jon Van Ness as Andrew | Vernee Watson-Johnson as Nurse | Alan Dale as Mitch Bryce | Harry Groener as Roger Tribbey | Milt Tarver as Jerry | J. Patrick McCormack as Jimmy Wendall | Lance E. Nichols as Jay | Haskell V. Anderson III as Interior Secretary | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Trent Ford as Jean Paul | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Clark Gregg as Special Agent Michael Casper | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Taye Diggs as Wes Davis | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace |
Uncredited: John Goodman as Glenallen Walken
Writer: Aaron Sorkin
Songs: Massive Attack -- Angel
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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