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89 :05x01 - 7A WF 83429

Sep/24/2003
Seven hours have passed since Zoey’s kidnapping, and all eyes are on the situation as the world waits for news. After Bartlet evoked the 25th Amendment, Speaker of the House Glenallen Walken, now acting president, reviews military options upon receiving a ransom note from the terrorists. For Zoey’s safe return, the terrorists demand that U.S. troops pull out from Saudi Arabia and Qumar as well as the release of Pakistani terrorists. Meanwhile, the staff worries that Walken will order military action against Qumar; Charlie stays with Bartlet instead of serving acting President Walken; Danny threatens to release a story about the assassination of an official from Qumar; Josh continues to search for Vice Presidential candidates for when Bartlet returns to office; and Toby and Will prepare two speeches -- one if Zoey is alive and one if she isn't.
Guest Stars: Geoff Pierson as Sen. Tripplehorn | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Clark Gregg as Special Agent Michael Casper | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Charlotte Colavin as Sheila Fields | Annabeth Gish as Liz Bartlet Westin | Steven Eckholdt as Doug Westin | Bennet Guillory as Rep. Jackson | Zeljko Ivanek as Steve Atwood |
Co-Guest Stars: William Duffy as Larry | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Charles Noland as Steve | Peter James Smith as Ed | Kim Webster as Ginger | John Colella as Reporter #2 | Richard Whiten as Winston | Hira Ambrosino as Reporter #3 | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick |
Uncredited: John Goodman as Glenallen Walken
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: John Wells

90 :05x02 - The Dogs of War

Oct/01/2003
As the kidnapping crisis heightens, acting President Walken orders the bombing of terrorist training camps in Qumar. The kidnappers issue the U.S. a 24-hour deadline for the removal of American troops from Qumar. Meanwhile, Josh is certain that Walken’s aides are going to use the situation to get their conservative agenda though Congress; and Toby visits his newborn twins all while overseeing the writing of two versions of a presidential speech, each dependent on Zoey’s fate.
Guest Stars: Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Clark Gregg as Special Agent Michael Casper | Michael Hyatt as Angela Blake | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Saïd Taghmaoui as Umar Usef | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Steven Eckholdt as Doug Westin | Annabeth Gish as Liz Bartlet Westin | William Devane as Lewis Berryhill | Zeljko Ivanek as Steve Atwood |
Co-Guest Stars: Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Rick Cramer as Colonel | Dan Manning as Agt. Elliott | Esther K. Chae as McKenzie | Shireen Kadivar as Anne Shahrair |
Uncredited: John Goodman as Glenallen Walken | Paul Majors as Secret Service Agent
Writer: John Wells

91 :05x03 - Jefferson Lives

Oct/08/2003
In the wake of kidnapping situation, Bartlet makes his return to the Oval Office and turns his attention to finding a new Vice President. But this proves to be a difficult process when Bartlet has a tough time getting his first choice, secretary of state Lew Berryhill, through the approval process. Meanwhile, the First Lady continues to deal with the trauma of the kidnapping, and things are made worse when the Qumari assassination is exposed. Meanwhile, Josh is upset after being confronted by Amy, and Donna deals with Ryan, the new intern.
Guest Stars: William Devane as Lewis Berryhill | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | H. Richard Greene as Robert Royce | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | J. Patrick McCormack as Jimmy Wendall | Charlotte Colavin as Sheila Fields | Robert Arce as August Adair | H.M. Wynant as Sen. Starkey | Geoff Pierson as Sen. Tripplehorn |
Co-Guest Stars: Marc Antonio Pritchett as Reporter #2 | Tom W. Chick as Gordon | Kris Murphy as Katie | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Rebecca Avery as Reporter #3 | Donald Sage MacKay as Ellis | Margaret Bacon as Young Zoey | Hugh Dane as Judge
Director: Alex Graves
Story: Carol Flint, Debora Cahn | Teleplay: Carol Flint

92 :05x04 - Han

Oct/22/2003
The White House welcomes a world-renowned North Korean pianist for a performance, but Leo worries that the pianist’s wish to defect will interfere with nuclear disarmament talks. The staff works to get Bartlet’s choice for Vice President, Bob Russell, approved by both the House and the Senate, but one “nay” vote could embarrass everyone. Meanwhile, Will and Toby are humiliated when a draft of a speech is accidentally substituted for the final draft of the speech.
Guest Stars: Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Tony Lee (1) as Jai Yung Ahn | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Christopher Cousins as Congressman Thiele | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Benjamin Brown as Mike |
Co-Guest Stars: Kim Webster as Ginger | Ben Siegler as George | William Duffy as Larry | Peter James Smith as Ed | Kris Murphy as Katie | Mary Linda Phillips as Aunt Barbara | Tom Yi as Translator | Sean Smith (1) as Immigration Official | Nathan LeGrand as Commerce Secretary | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Byron Chung as North Korean Handler | Gil Glasgow as Uncle Ted | Ron Marasco as OMB Director

93 :05x05 - Constituency of One

Oct/29/2003
It’s Josh’s birthday, but Will receives a gift instead: an offer to be newly confirmed Vice President Russell’s top aide. C.J. has to deal with Leo’s temper when she doesn’t stick to the administration’s script concerning an EPA report. Amy lands herself in a similar situation when her pushing for funding of the First Lady's agenda on violence prevention evokes the wrath of the President. Meanwhile, Josh is hailed as the "101st Senator" in a newspaper profile, then goes head-to-head with Senator Carrick over the approval of a backlog of military promotions.
Guest Stars: Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Erinn Hayes as Laura | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Tom Skerritt as Chris Carrick |
Co-Guest Stars: Jamie Millhoff as Missy | Eric Lemler as Nat | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | Tom W. Chick as Gordon | William Duffy as Larry | Peter James Smith as Ed | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | David O. Katz as Steve | Becky Meister as Sally | Teresa Huang as Holly | Karen Goberman as Researcher | Matthew Lang as Staff Assistant
Director: Laura Innes

94 :05x06 - Disaster Relief

Nov/05/2003
Josh lands himself in hot water due to his role in Senator Carrick's switch to the Republican Party. Upon seeing this, C.J. talks to Donna about how to look out for Josh now that he’s not the party’s favorite person. Bartlet is preoccupied after a deadly tornado devastates Oklahoma and flies out to Oklahoma to lend his support to the community, but stays longer than he originally planned. Back in Washington, Leo worries about several crises that need the President’s attention, including the capital-gains tax, the chancellor of Germany and escalating hostilities between Greece and Albania.
Guest Stars: Terry O'Quinn as General Nicholas Alexander | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | William Duffy as Larry | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Charles Noland as Steve | Zena Leigh as Researcher | Susan Ziegler as Local Reporter | Michael Hyatt as Angela Blake | Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Steven Anderson (1) as Daniel Rubin | Bill Smillie as Elderly Man | Nick Searcy as Nate Singer | Brooks Almy as Tessa | Kurt Carley as Maitre d' | Lauren Stamile as Layla Cham | Rob Moran as Art Hughes | Bryan Callen as Louis Slater | Jim Moret as Newscaster

95 :05x07 - Separation of Powers

Nov/12/2003
While the staff debates Speaker Haffley over the federal budget, Toby enlists the help of Joe Quincy to persuade Chief Justice Roy Ashland to retire after recent health problems. Meanwhile, Josh watches as the rest of the staff negotiates with Congressional Republicans over the budget; and C.J., as well as President Bartlet, worry about Zoey’s television interview with a reporter who’s known for being able to expose raw emotions.
Guest Stars: Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Michael Hyatt as Angela Blake | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | Milo O'Shea as Roy Ashland | H. Richard Greene as Robert Royce | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Kathrin Lautner as Diane Mathers | Obi Ndefo as Donald | Bobbie Norman as Helen | Kristoffer Ryan Winters as Steve | Steven Pierce as OMB Director | Matthew Perry as Joe Quincy | Amy Stewart as Lisa Zimmer
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: Paul Redford

96 :05x08 - Shutdown

Nov/19/2003
Bartlet and the Speaker of the House continue to disagree about the budget, and the fiscal crisis results in the federal government being shut down. Opinion polls show that Americans blame the Democrats for the halt within the government, damaging the administration’s approval ratings. Josh, Leo, and Toby send the rest of the staff home while Bartlet unfolds a bold plan to challenge the Republicans and get the administration up and running once again. Meanwhile, Abbey emerges from her brief self-imposed hiding for a state dinner that she may have to cook for.
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Devika Parikh as Bonnie | Kris Murphy as Katie | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Steven Pierce as OMB Director | Ben Siegler as George | Brandon Barash as Bret | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | Linda Bisesti as Dem. Pundit | Michael P. Byrne as Husband | H. Richard Greene as Robert Royce | Melissa Marsala as Marina "Rena" | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | Andrew A. Rolfes as Republican Pundit | Billy Mayo as Secret Service Agent | Sarah Benoit as Sen. Lindsay | Paul Mendoza as Rep. Ramirez | Tony Pasqualini as Rep. Jaffe | Michael Mack as Randy | Jane Beard as Tourist | Katya Abelsky as Girl | Joanne McGee as Wife | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Michael Hyatt as Angela Blake
Writer: Mark Goffman

97 :05x09 - Abu el Banat

Dec/03/2003
Christmas spirit has once again returned to the White House, and the entire Bartlet family comes together for the annual White House tree-lighting ceremony. But everyone’s spirits soon fall when Bartlet learns that Christian relief workers have been imprisoned in Islamic northern Sudan. Later, Bartlet is surprised when his son-in-law informs him of his Congressional ambitions. Elsewhere, Toby tries to keep the administration out of a controversial debate when the licenses of some Oregon are suspended after they order drugs in an assisted suicide.
Guest Stars: Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Annabeth Gish as Liz Bartlet Westin | Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet | Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Charles Currie as John | Jonathan Brent as Jim | Bruno Gioiello as Len | Mark Moses as Donald Richter | Jerry Giles as Mover | Steven Eckholdt as Doug Westin | Dylan Baker as Alan Fisk | Michael Krepack as Gus Westin
Writer: Debora Cahn

98 :05x10 - The Stormy Present

Jan/07/2004
Bartlet joins “former president” Glenallen Walken aboard Air Force One to fly to the services for another former president who recently passed away. While at the funeral, Bartlet continues to monitor a building situation in Saudi Arabia as freedom protesters threaten civil war. Back in Washington, Josh mediates between two representatives over a copy of the Bill of Rights, while C.J. meets with a Pentagon scientist about invasive security innovations. Elsewhere, Leo learns that his ex-wife is engaged to be married.
Guest Stars: Terry O'Quinn as General Nicholas Alexander | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kris Murphy as Katie | Devon Michaels as Randal Fierstin | Austin Priester as Secret Service Agent | Mitchell Thomas Gibney as Talking Head | Michael Hyatt as Angela Blake | John Goodman as Glenallen Walken | Ryan Cutrona as George Rollie | Stephen Tobolowsky as Max Milkman | James Cromwell as D. Wire Newman | Don Fischer as Major Castrop | Bellamy Young as Mary Lou Meriwether | Diana Douglas as Libby Lassiter | David Andriole as Ralph Fairfax | Devon Michael (1) as Randall Fierstin | Maz Jobrani as Prince Bitar
Director: Alex Graves

99 :05x11 - The Benign Prerogative

Jan/14/2004
With the State of the Union address nearing, Bartlet goes over a long list of prisoners that qualify for pardons while considering the potential political repercussions due to "the benign prerogative". Charlie meets an attractive woman and shares small, private White House facts, and is horrified to learn that she’s a White House reporter. Meanwhile, Toby and Joey Lucas "mall test" an upcoming presidential speech; Abbey vows to be more pro-active when it comes to influencing Jed; and Bartlet entertains a couple from Colorado.
Guest Stars: Brooke Baumer as Bradenton Pollster | Anthony R. Jones as Mr. Holmes | Will Hall (2) as Other Guest | Chris Gardner (1) as First Guest | Mark Costello as Himself | Margot Rose as Portia Colgrave | Charles C. Stevenson, Jr. as Bradenton Pollster | Doug Hale as Network Host | Stephen Lee (1) as Registered Voter | Charles Howerton as Actor President
Writer: Carol Flint

100 :05x12 - Slow News Day

Feb/04/2004
Toby convinces President Bartlet to sanction a secret mission to “save” Social Security, but the administration is forced to retreat when efforts to recruit a Republican Senator are leaked. Meanwhile, C.J. deals with a reporter who threatens to write a story about the efforts; and the female staffers complain to Josh about the newest employee.
Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Ron Ostrow as John | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Tom W. Chick as Gordon | Joaquim de Almeida as Carlos Carrio | Melissa Marsala as Marina "Rena" | James Ingersoll as Cable News Pundit | Josef Sommer as Steve Gaines | Michael Nouri as Roy Turner | Scott Allan Campbell as Grey Polk | Kate Burton as Sarah Brainerd | John J. Dalesandro as Secret Service Agent
Director: Julie Hébert
Writer: Eli Attie

101 :05x13 - The Warfare of Genghis Khan

Feb/11/2004
A nuclear bomb explodes in the Indian Ocean, but no one in Washington knows who set it off. Bartlet and the staff scramble to figure out which country has nuclear capabilities, and when their thinking leads them to believe it's Iran, Bartlet orders bombers to destroy Iran's uranium-enriched targets. Meanwhile, Josh yells at NASA about the future of their program until he goes stargazing with a female administrator. Elsewhere, C.J. is fuming after being labeled "Chicken of the Week" by a local news station; and Will lobbies for a new "policy focus" for Vice President Russell.
Guest Stars: Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Terry O'Quinn as General Nicholas Alexander | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Charles Noland as Steve | Jay Mohr as Taylor Reid | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Ryan Cutrona as George Rollie | David Bickford as Karl | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Ginger Justin as Swiss Diplomat | Christina Chang as Alex Moreau | Christopher Maher as Iranian Ambassador | Armin Mueller-Stahl as Eli Zahavy
Director: Bill D'Elia
Writer: Peter Noah

102 :05x14 - An Khe

Feb/18/2004
A Navy fighter pilot collides with a North Korean jet and the crew goes missing in hostile North Korean territory. Upon hearing this, Bartlet orders an elite Navy SEAL team on a rescue mission, triggering Leo's memories of being downed as a pilot over North Vietnam. Meanwhile, C.J. decides to go head-to-head on air with the newscaster who labeled her "chicken of the week"; Josh is angry after being undercut by Ryan in a briefing with the President; and Bartlet poses for his official portrait.
Guest Stars: Terry O'Quinn as General Nicholas Alexander | Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Anna Kathryn Holbrook as Sally O'Neal | Dev Johnson as Raven One | Matt Huhn (1) as Raven One Co-Pilot | Dat Phan as NVA Officer | Tang Nguyen as NVA Soldier | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | Roger Hampton as Floor Manager | Carlos Gomez as Admiral McGill | Brian Kerwin as Ben Dryer | Philip Baker Hall as Matt Hunt | Jay Mohr as Taylor Reid | Jeffrey DeMunn as Kenneth Sean "Ken" O'Neal | Brian Catalano as USS Cowpens Officer | Allan Kolman as Mr. Thomas | Mara Casey as Lauren
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: John Wells

103 :05x15 - Full Disclosure

Feb/25/2004
The staff is shocked when John Hoynes is back in the news via a magazine article about how Hoynes is claiming that Bartlet and Leo tried to talk him out of resigning, as well as how he is writing a tell-all book that will embarrass the Bartlet administration. C.J. learns the news from cable talker Taylor Reid, while on Reid's live show, leading to disastrous results. Meanwhile, Toby fights with Union representatives over Chinese trade policy; Josh and Ryan go over military base closures; and D.C. mayor decides that school vouchers would be best for the city.
Guest Stars: Sam Robards as Greg Brock | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Mandy Freund as Claire Huddle | Melissa Marsala as Marina "Rena" | Tim Matheson as John Hoynes | Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | Michael Mantell as Shelly Lukens | Roger Hampton as Floor Manager | Ron Dean as Tom Broderick | Kenneth Kimmins as Gen. Stanley | Jay Mohr as Taylor Reid | James Pickens, Jr. as Mayor | Frank Ashmore as Christopher Finn

104 :05x16 - Eppur Si Muove

Mar/03/2004
Bartlet becomes enraged when a Congresswoman uses her knowledge that Ellie Bartlet is working at a scientist for the National Institute of Health in order to get funding for a controversial medical study. Toby scrambles to find the internal leak who exposed Ellie's position while Josh meets with an old friend who happens to be a judicial nominee that's being held up in committee. Meanwhile, Abbey appears on an episode of Sesame Street, despite C.J.'s political concerns, with Elmo and Big Bird as a doctor who gives Elmo a check up.
Guest Stars: Melissa Marsala as Marina "Rena" | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Cherry Jones as Barbara Layton | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Caroll Spinney as Big Bird | Carmen Osbahr as Rosita | Joey Mazzarino as Muppet Doctor | Paul McGinnis (1) as Elmo's Right Hand | Anthony Giangrande as Gary | Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Doug Tompos as Bentley's Aide | Alice Dinnean as Rosita's Right Hand | Brian Kerwin as Ben Dryer | Michael Gaston as Eric Hayden | John Lafayette as Dr. Louis Foy | Deirdre Lovejoy as Lisa Wolfe | Fran Brill as Zoe | Kevin Clash as Elmo | Penny Griego as Anchor
Director: Llewellyn Wells
Writer: Alexa Junge

105 :05x17 - The Supremes

Mar/24/2004
When a Supreme Court justice dies suddenly, Bartlet and his staff rush to find a nominee to replace the late Republican justice. As the staff go over hundreds of possible candidates, Bartlet begins to think the nominee will be a "political minefield" until Josh comes up with a plan to get a liberal, Evelyn Baker Lang, approved by the Senate. Potential nominees are invited to the White House -- mainly to mislead the press -- but suspicions are heightened when Bartlet meets with a young, controversial judge.
Guest Stars: Melissa Marsala as Marina "Rena" | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Robert Picardo as E. Bradford Shelton | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | William Fichtner as Christopher Mulready | Glenn Close as Evelyn Baker Lang | Deirdre Lovejoy as Lisa Wolfe | Mitchell Ryan as Roland Pierce | Milo O'Shea as Roy Ashland | Saida Pagan as Reporter
Director: Jessica Yu
Writer: Debora Cahn

106 :05x18 - Access

Mar/31/2004
A documentary crew comes to the White House to film a documentary about a day-in-the-life -- their main focus being C.J. However, the constant presence of the crew adds stress to an already stressful FBI-standoff crisis in Washington State that C.J. is trying to keep under-wraps for the time being. During the day, Meanwhile, C.J. and her staff also prepare for Bartlet's upcoming trip to the Vatican to visit the Pope.
Guest Stars: Charles Noland as Steve | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | Kris Murphy as Katie | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Harper Roisman as Herb Morris | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Lee Oliver Boyd as Cable Anchor | David Castellani as Reporter On-Site | Kellynn Jones (1) as 2nd On-Site Reporter | Hira Ambrosino as White House Correspondent | Sharon Johnston as Terrance Neighbor | Will Lyman as Narration | Joseph Vassallo as Renato Mannari | Michael Gallagher (1) as Andrew Weltzman | James Ingersoll as Cable News Pundit | Alan Toy as Franklin | Rebecca Avery as Anna | Michael Kagan as George Arnold | Brian Poth as Eric Schaeffer | Kenneth Schmidt as Craig Bloom | Paul Jenkins as Martin Sheffield | Kevin Symons as FBI Press Rep | Wilson Cruz as Jack Sosa | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Sam Robards as Greg Brock | Clark Gregg as Special Agent Michael Casper | Albie Selznick as Todd Schumaker
Director: Alex Graves

107 :05x19 - Talking Points

Apr/21/2004
The night before Bartlet's trip to Brussels to sign a trade pact, Josh is torn knowing that the pact will reverse Bartlet's stance on outsourcing American jobs to foreign countries. C.J. becomes increasingly frustrated over the FCC's ruling concerning companies increasing ownership of television stations. Meanwhile, Donna confronts Josh about her limited role on his staff; and Kate Harper, the new Deputy National Security Adviser, meets with Bartlet for the first time.
Guest Stars: Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | Sam Robards as Greg Brock | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Ben Siegler as George | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Jesse Bradford as Ryan Pierce | Saida Pagan as Anchor #1 | Brian Kerwin as Ben Dryer | Wendy Schenker as Diane Golden | Wayne Duvall as Bill Parsons | Daniel Hugh Kelly as James Cook | Jim Gleason as Steve Hubbard | Penny Griego as Anchor #2 | Mary McCormack as Kate Harper
Director: Richard Schiff
Writer: Eli Attie

108 :05x20 - No Exit

Apr/28/2004
After a fancy dinner at the White House, President Bartlet and his staff are placed on lock-down when a suspicious substance is detected. While waiting for clearance to leave, the staff are forced to stay in small rooms where they reflect on their past and their relationships with one another. However, the night turns confrontational when Toby accuses Will of being a backstabber to the President. Meanwhile, Debbie and Charlie agree to be inspected; C.J. gives Donna advice; and Josh tries find out why his joke was omitted from a speech.
Guest Stars: Melette LeBlanc-Cabot as Nurse | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Wilson Cruz as Jack Sosa | Mary McCormack as Kate Harper | Brent Huff as Agt. Broder | Beau Billingslea as Agt. Velasquez | Reed Diamond as Dr. Mike Gordon | Jamison Yang as Agt. Lee | Tracey Costello as Agt. Moody
Director: Julie Hébert

109 :05x21 - Gaza

May/12/2004
While on a fact-finding tour in the Gaza Strip, Donna is seriously injured in a terrorist car bombing that leaves three other Americans dead. The staff, as well as the President, find it hard to deal with their emotions while trying to come up with an official response to the attack. In flashbacks, Donna recalls falling for a British photojournalist who photographs deadly and bloody violence.
Guest Stars: Tom W. Chick as Gordon | Charles Noland as Steve | Kris Murphy as Katie | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Elena K. Smith as Eliat Itzhaki | Anthony Batarse as Fatah Translator | Ghassan Mashini as Fatah Official #1 | Sam Aylia Sako as Ashraf Murad | Ken Weiler as Military Aide | Remo J. Braydi as Backgammon Player | Kamel Haddad as CoDel Translator | Andrea Helene as Stewardess | Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Ryan Cutrona as George Rollie | Keith Sellon-Wright as Thomas Korb | Tim Lounibos as Col. Leahy | Traber Burns as Daniel DeSantos | Sayed Badreya as Fatah Official #2 | Novella Nelson as Gail Fitzwallace | David Koff as Yoav Itzhaki | Zina Zaflow as Suicide Bomber | Terry O'Quinn as General Nicholas Alexander | John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace | Mary McCormack as Kate Harper | Zach Cohen as Yossi | Jason Isaacs as Colin Ayres |
Uncredited: Makram Khoury as Nizar Farad
Writer: Peter Noah

110 :05x22 - Memorial Day

May/19/2004
With Donna recovering in a military hospital in Germany, Bartlet struggles to decide what "appropriate" military action to take against the Palestinians. Fears are heightened when Israel launches its own strikes and the President is unable to contact the chairman. Josh, in Germany to see Donna, comes in contact with a mysterious foreign operative. Meanwhile, Bartlet, in a bullet-proof vest and with extra Secret Service protection, throws the ceremonial first pitch of the Major League Baseball season.
Guest Stars: Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Navid Negahban as Maz | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Ron Ostrow as John | Ben Siegler as George | Sonya Leslie as Nurse Parnes | Di Koob as Nurse Rinier | Hira Ambrosino as Commentator | Jake Mailey as Commentator #3 | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Doug Hale as Anchor | Marcelo Tubert as Saeb Mukarat | Gerald McRaney as Alan Adamley | Natalija Nogulich as Shira Galit | John Hartmann as Floor Manager | Dave McGowan as Stadium Announcer | Endre Hules as Maitre d' | Tim Lounibos as Col. Leahy | Mary McCormack as Kate Harper | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Jason Isaacs as Colin Ayres | John Colella as Commentator #2 |
Uncredited: Makram Khoury as Nizar Farad
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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