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111 :06x01 - NSF Thurmont

Oct/20/2004
With Donna remaining in critical condition in a hospital in Germany, Palestinian leaders agree to meet with the U.S. and Israel to discuss a peaceful resolution to the pending conflict. As the three nations meet, Donna's condition worsens, Colin begins to question Josh about his true feelings for Donna.
Guest Stars: Michael Kagan as George Arnold | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | Terry O'Quinn as General Nicholas Alexander | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Jason Isaacs as Colin Ayres | Armin Mueller-Stahl as Eli Zahavy | Eli Danker as Doran Mazar | Charlotte Colavin as Sheila Fields | Tim Lounibos as Col. Leahy | Natalija Nogulich as Shira Galit | Marcelo Tubert as Saeb Mukarat |
Co-Guest Stars: Leesa Severyn as AFT Anchor | Ann Ducati as Maya Zahavy | Tom W. Chick as Gordon | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Anneliza Scott as Second Nurse | Novella Nelson as Gail Fitzwallace |
Uncredited: Makram Khoury as Nizar Farad
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: John Wells

112 :06x02 - The Birnam Wood

Oct/27/2004
With bombs falling on terrorist training camps in Syria, Palestine and Israel continue to talk about a resolution to the conflict. Bartlet and Leo continue to clash over the settlement, leaving the two to realize their irreconcilable differences. Meanwhile, Josh returns to Washington and begins questioning Leo's well-being.
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | Terry O'Quinn as General Nicholas Alexander | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Armin Mueller-Stahl as Eli Zahavy | Marcelo Tubert as Saeb Mukarat | Makram Khoury as Nizar Farad | Eli Danker as Doran Mazar | Natalija Nogulich as Shira Galit |
Co-Guest Stars: Kris Murphy as Katie | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Cameron Steele as Capt. Garner | Ann Ducati as Maya Zahavy | Wadi Sadellah as Prayer Leader
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: John Wells

113 :06x03 - Third-Day Story

Nov/03/2004
The staff returns after the Camp David peace settlement to chaos in the White House after Leo has a heart-attack. With Leo in the hospital, Josh and Toby are assigned to get congressional support for the peace accord. C.J. works to gain additional international support from the U.N. Security Council. Meanwhile, Donna returns home from Germany; and Charlie refuses to take a swimming test that would allow him to graduate.
Guest Stars: Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | Sam Robards as Greg Brock | H. Richard Greene as Robert Royce | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Makram Khoury as Nizar Farad | Armin Mueller-Stahl as Eli Zahavy | Richard V. Licata as Rep. Lackey | Pam Bel Anu as Nurse #2 | Blue Deckert as Rep. Borden | Dey Young as Rep. Link | Jamie McShane as Doctor | Jim Abele as Rep. Benoit |
Co-Guest Stars: Jeffry Stein as Steward | Bitsie Tulloch as Intern | Izzy Davis as Staffer | Don Snell as Congressman Briggs | Ben Siegler as George | Deirdre M. Smith as Nurse #1 | Marcie Lynn Ross as Karen Browning | John Colella as Announcer
Writer: Eli Attie

114 :06x04 - Liftoff

Nov/10/2004
While Leo continues to recuperate after his heart attack, C.J. is named Chief of Staff. But her first day on the job isn't made easy when an emissary from the Republic of Georgia comes to the White House to offer the U.S. enriched uranium from a former Soviet reactor. Josh goes to the DCCC for tax cut support and meets Matthew Santos, a congressman and potential Presidential candidate from Texas. Meanwhile, Toby and Donna interview applicants to fill C.J.'s old position.
Guest Stars: Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Eugene Alper as Roman Mindeli | David Shatraw as Ed Merridy | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Andrew Borba as Alan Zwick | David Kelsey as Capt. Keltie |
Co-Guest Stars: Mindy Seeger as Chris | Evan Arnold as Ned | Katherine Disque as Claire Stein | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Armando Valdes-Kennedy as Dave | David Hadinger as Donald Donchick | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Ron Ostrow as John | Bill Birch as Len Segal | Beau Billingslea as Agt. Caswell | Gregory Wagrowski as Dan Edmunds | Wayne Thomas Yorke as Chris Lakely | Terry Bozeman as Gerald Deloit
Director: Alex Graves

115 :06x05 - The Hubbert Peak

Nov/17/2004
When Josh test drives an SUV and accidentally crashes into a hybrid car, Annabeth Schott, the newly named Press Secretary, must deal with the publicity as well as the general opinion that she's too young for the job. Meanwhile, Zoey throws Charlie a graduation party; Leo gives C.J. hints to succeed as Chief of Staff; and Toby worries that Annabeth may be too young to do well in her new position.
Guest Stars: Suleka Mathew as Ms. Chakrabarty | Richard V. Licata as Rep. Lackey | Matt Price as Auto Salesman | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kris Murphy as Katie | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | Charles Noland as Steve | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | John Brantley Cole, Jr. as Roger Quast | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Gregory White as Rep. Auren | Eric Lange as Paul Tyminski | John Short as Riley Sheets | Carol Avery as Rep. Gleason | Bonita Friedericy as Gail Addison | Wallace Langham as Terry Anders | Rachael Harris as Corinne McKenna | Bill Applebaum as Customer | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott
Director: Julie Hébert
Writer: Peter Noah

116 :06x06 - The Dover Test

Nov/24/2004
After a U.S. peacekeeping compound is attacked, resulting in several American soldiers being fatally wounded, the White House struggles to contain the story when a soldier speaks out against the mission. Meanwhile, Congressman Santos attaches a patients' bill of rights to a Republican bill, setting up a strategy to add Democratic elements to a Republican agenda; Leo faces off with his nurse; and Charlie starts his job at the White House.
Guest Stars: Suleka Mathew as Ms. Chakrabarty | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Robert R. Shafer as Cable Pundit | Jill Michelle as Female Soldier | Meera Patwarohan as Chakrabarty Daughter | Thomas Chaney (1) as Wounded Private | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Bruce Gray (1) as Otis | Nick Toth as Second Pundit | David St. James as Darren Gibson | Stephen Markle as Cmdr. Ruiz | Paul Schulze as Terrance Sligh | Dempsey Pappion as Lt. Martinez | Sarah Graham Hayes (1) as Deputy | Armando Valdes-Kennedy as Dave | Jonathan Earl Peck as Mr. Godfrey
Director: Laura Innes
Writer: Carol Flint

117 :06x07 - A Change Is Gonna Come

Dec/01/2004
As the staff finalizes President Bartlet's visit to China, their plans are thrown a curve when Bartlet inadvertently accepts a a flag from the Taiwanese delegation representing the Taiwanese Independence Movement. His accidental action leads the Chinese to mobilize their forces, causing chaos among the White House staff.
Guest Stars: Ed O'Neill as Eric Baker | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Tim Matheson as John Hoynes | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | James Taylor (1) as Himself | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Michael Kostroff as Richard Squire | Kathrin Lautner as Diane Mathers | George Cheung as Ambassador Ling-Po | Katherine Ann McGregor as Suzanne Hoynes | Ming Lo as Yahlin | Paxton Whitehead as Bernard Thatch | Philip Baker Hall as Harrison Hunt | Cheryl Carter as Rep. Haas | Tim Snay as Sen. Harris
Director: Vincent Misiano

118 :06x08 - In the Room

Dec/08/2004
At a Bartlet family birthday party at the White House, guests Penn and Teller burn an American flag, causing a publicity catastrophe for the staff. With Bartlet's second term nearing its end, candidates for President are emerging, including Senator Arnold Vinick, who has managed to impress Josh. Meanwhile, Bartlet experiences an MS episode while aboard Air Force One; and Josh is asked to run the Vice President's campaign for President.
Guest Stars: Teller as Himself | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Kris Murphy as Katie | Elizabeth Karr (1) as Reporter #4 | James Sharpe as Reporter #5 | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Tracey Costello as Agt. Moody | Penn Jillette as Himself | Stanley Kamel as Stanley | Steve Kramer as Deputy Secretary | Paul Rae as Walter | Alan Alda as Arnold Vinick | Mary Kay Place as Dr. Millicent Griffith | Ed O'Neill as Eric Baker | Ben Murray as Curtis Carruthers
Director: Alex Graves

119 :06x09 - Impact Winter

Dec/15/2004
In China, Bartlet is having difficulty sitting through meetings due to his paralyzing MS episode while aboard Air Force One. Back in Washington, NASA warns the staff that an asteroid is heading towards Earth, leaving Josh and Leo to decide how to prepare for the possible collision. Meanwhile, Donna confronts Josh about her future while Josh continues to search for the perfect Democratic candidate for the upcoming Presidential elections.
Guest Stars: Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Mary Kay Place as Dr. Millicent Griffith | Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Kim Webster as Ginger | James Kyson Lee as Chinese Translator | Janette Kim as News Reporter #1 | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Jonathan Brent as White House Photographer | Patrick Fischler as Walter Sprout | David Grant Wright as Edward Austin Kelwick | Cleo King as Marla Whorisky | Ping Wu as Chinese Official | Raymond Ma as President Lian | Willie Gault as Secret Service Agent | William Hootkins as American Translator | Ben Murray as Curtis Carruthers

120 :06x10 - Faith Based Initiative

Jan/05/2005
The press get wind of a rumor that C.J. is a lesbian, and when C.J. refuses to comment on the rumor, the media becomes increasingly suspicious that the rumors are true. While the rumors fly, a Republican candidate attaches a rider to a bill that would ban gay marriages. Meanwhile, Santos tells Josh he'll run for President -- only if Josh will run his campaign; and Abbey, as well as the staff, assess Bartlet's health.
Guest Stars: Reed Diamond as Dr. Mike Gordon | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Ben Siegler as George | Tim Matheson as John Hoynes | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Cleo King as Marla Whorisky | Paul Collins as Senator Sam Wilkinson | Ben Murray as Curtis Carruthers | DeVone Lawson, Jr. as Physical Therapist | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott

121 :06x11 - Opposition Research

Jan/12/2005
Santos begins to work on his Presidential campaign and sets up headquarters with Josh in New Hampshire. Together, they sort out a myriad of problems from setting up their office to the ideals and goals of the campaign. Meanwhile, Donna and Will work on Vice President Russell's campaign, but Donna has a hard time accepting that Josh is gone.
Guest Stars: Karis Campbell as Ronna | Evan Arnold as Ned | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | Joe Egender as Santos Volunteer | Michael Rhoades as Reporter #5 | Martin Doyle as Proprietor | Paulette Sinclair as Woman #1 | Jessica Kelly as Woman #2 | Craig Eldridge as Man #2 | Dan Warry-Smith as Volunteer #1 | Steven Eckholdt as Doug Westin | Sam Robards as Greg Brock | Richard Waugh as Jamie Jardin | Christopher Hoffman as Reporter #3 | Frank Kopyc as State Senator Butler | Krista Sutton as Reporter #4 | Annabeth Gish as Liz Bartlet Westin | Stacey Moseley as Russell Receptionist | John F. Schaffer as Reporter #1 | Quinn Sullivan as Reporter #2 | Kirsten Bishopric as Janice Jardin | Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas
Writer: Eli Attie

122 :06x12 - 365 Days

Jan/19/2005
Its the day after Bartlet's final State of the Union address, but there's no time to rest with a hostage crisis looming in Bolivia that takes the staff's attention away from an agenda meeting set up by Leo. Meanwhile, as Kate works on the Bolivia situation, C.J. monitors the situation in North Korea; Annabeth tutors Abbey on NASCAR etiquette; and Toby focuses his attention the unemployment situation.
Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Peter James Smith as Ed | William Duffy as Larry | Carol Avery as Rep. Gleason | Ursula Burton as Woman | Thomas Spencer as Military Aide | Anthony Holiday as Guard | Alexa Alemanni as Leo's Intern | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Ryan Cutrona as George Rollie | Gregory White as Congressman Auren | Reed Diamond as Dr. Mike Gordon | Aaron Ashmore as Trevor | Kristin Carey as Interviewer | Rafael J. Noble as Congressman Swarthout | Michael Edward Rose as Jonathan Creasy | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott
Writer: Mark Goffman

123 :06x13 - King Corn

Jan/26/2005
Presidential rivals Santos and Vinick meet by chance at an Iowa motel restaurant after a day of campaigning. Earlier in the day, the two candidates, as well as Vice President Russell spoke at the Iowa Corn Growers' Expo, each having to take a stance on ethanol subsidies. By the end of the day, Santos and Vinick come to realize that they both have worthy opponents.
Guest Stars: Kim Fifield as Betty | Brent Schraff (1) as Kid in the Back | Andrew Caple-Shaw as Sean | Scott Wickware as Edgars | Joe Howard as Connors | John Bayliss as Johnson | Doug Sinclair as Farmer | Danny Hart as Banker | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Evan Arnold as Ned | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | Jay Paulson as Roger | Aaron Ashmore as Trevor | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks | Chris Coppola as Howard | Miriam Shor as Christine | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Teri Polo as Helen Santos
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: John Wells
Songs: Ryan Adams (1) -- Desire, Johnny Cash -- Green, Green Grass of Home, Patsy Cline -- Walkin' After Midnight

124 :06x14 - The Wake Up Call

Feb/09/2005
When the staff learns that the Iranian pilot had mistaken the passenger jet for a U.S. spy plane, Bartlet calls in Lord John Marbury for guidance. Meanwhile, Abbey and C.J. argue over the President's rigorous work schedule; Toby and a law professor help work out a constitution with the representatives of Belarus; and the rest of the staff attempt to avoid an appointment with Miss Universe.
Guest Stars: Charles Noland as Steve | Ron Ostrow as John | Tom W. Chick as Gordon | Penny Griego as Newscaster | Derek Coleman as Secret Service | Pamela Salem as P.M. Maureen Graty | Oleg Vidov as Judge Igor Lipecki | Edward Shkolnikov as Helakal | Claudia Lynx as Miss World | Ken Weiler as Officer | Ben Murray as Curtis Carruthers | William Duffy as Larry | Elya Baskin as Mr. Zubatov | Christopher Lloyd (1) as Prof. Lawrence Lessig | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Roger Rees as Lord John Marbury | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Anthony Azizi as Chet | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Peter James Smith as Ed
Director: Laura Innes
Writer: Josh Singer

125 :06x15 - Freedonia

Feb/16/2005
With the New Hampshire primary quickly approaching, Josh has to find a way to get Santos into the local debate between front-runners John Hoynes and Vice President Russell. However, Santos and Josh take a gamble and stage their own debate, bringing in Amy Gardner, Josh’s ex-girlfriend, leading Josh and Santos to clash over the campaign.
Special Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as John Hoynes |
Guest Stars: Michael Rhoades as Reporter #3 | Krista Sutton as Reporter #1 | Saida Pagan as Repoter #5 | Laura DeCarteret as Repoter #6 | Paul Clark (1) as Reporter | Hamish McEwan as Reporter #2 | Erin Gooderham as Reporter #7 | Jonathan Walker as Reporter #8 | Jerry Levitan as TV Producer | Wendy Haller as Woman #1 | Kevin Bundy as Man #1 | Shari Hollett as Woman #2 | Mark John Packer as Technician | Sterling Jarvis as Secret Service Agent | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Evan Arnold as Ned | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Joe Egender as Santos Volunteer | Jay Brazeau as Mackey Lowell | Kevin Hare as Chicken Bob | Wesley Harris as Moderator | Reg Basco Hernandez as Russell Aide | Joe Ochman as News Director | Gabe Cohen as Studio Manager
Writer: Eli Attie

126 :06x16 - Drought Conditions

Feb/23/2005
Now that Vice President Russell appears to be the Democratic nomination front-runner, Josh is becoming increasingly annoyed that Santos is drawing less press coverage despite his strong New Hampshire finish. Josh begins to suspect that the White House is secretly backing a candidate when he finds a link between Senator Rafferty’s health care plan and Bartlet’s original health care plan. Meanwhile, C.J. deals with lobbyists over a Western drought; and Charlie talks with Kate Harper when a man at his gym asks about her.
Guest Stars: Rebecca Avery as Aide | J.F. Davis as Bartender | Kurt Scholler as Guard | Evan Arnold as Ned Carlson | Karis Campbell as Ronna | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Mel Harris as Ricky Rafferty | Sam Robards as Greg Brock | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Mark Feuerstein as Cliff Calley | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott
Director: Alex Graves

127 :06x17 - A Good Day

Mar/02/2005
When the Speaker of the House won't schedule the President's stem cell bill, Santos hatches a plan to pass the bill. Bartlet reluctantly meets with the economist that he split his Nobel prize with, but the meeting doesn't go well since the two are political rivals. Meanwhile, Toby takes interest in a group of middle school children who come to the White House to talk to the staff about voting age; and Kate deals with a Canadian border crisis.
Guest Stars: Cheryl Carter as Younger Congresswoman | Ken Strunk as Republican Congressman | Jonathan Goldstein as Knocking Congressman | Fred Ornstein as Harry Wade | Monica Garcia as Santos Aide | Carol Avery as Maryland Congresswoman | Robert Martin Robinson as Fecteau | Darren Robertson as Congressional Staffer | Mary-Pat Green as Vermont Congresswoman | Ernie Lively as Georgia Congressman | Mindy Seeger as Chris | James Lashly as Canadian Ambassador | Jack Conley as Major | Steven Culp as Jeff Haffley | Mako as Dr. Yosh Takahashi | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Mark Feuerstein as Cliff Calley | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Nathan Brooks Burgess as Junior Arkansas | Seth Adkins as Cody Zucker | Landry Allbright as Elisha | William O'Leary as Deputy
Director: Richard Schiff
Writer: Carol Flint

128 :06x18 - La Palabra

Mar/09/2005
Super Tuesday is approaching, and Santos flies to Sacramento in order to prepare -- if Santos fails to do well in California, his campaign will be over. While in Sacramento, Santos continues to work to push his health care agenda while he receives pressure from the press to take a stance on California's legislation that would provide driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. Meanwhile, Russell decides not to travel to California; Donna tries to figure out why Hoynes refuses to campaign in California, then takes a bigger role in the Russell campaign by becoming the new spokeswoman.
Special Guest Stars: Tim Matheson as John Hoynes |
Guest Stars: Becky Meister as Reporter #6 | Penny Griego as Anchor #3 | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Steven Meek as Reporter #7 | Alex Manette as Reporter #8 | John O'Brien as Reporter #9 | John Ross Clark as Businessman | Darcy Shean as Woman | Edward Escobar as Man | Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds (as Randolph Brooks) | Christine Avila as Reporter #4 | Tom W. Chick as Gordon | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Ray Wise as Governor Tillman | Castulo Guerra as Eddie Garcia | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Larry Cahn as Paul Hickman | Charles Noland as Steve | Dalia Phillips as Reporter #2
Director: Jason Ensler
Writer: Eli Attie

129 :06x19 - Ninety Miles Away

Mar/16/2005
With rumors flying over the U.S.'s connection to Cuba, Bartlet is forced to decide whether he wants to continue talks with the communist dictator or reaffirm the sanctions that would lead to political fallout. Meanwhile, Leo and Kate find a common connection over corrupted elections and drinking habits.
Guest Stars: Kevin West as Randy Wysniewsky | Kris Murphy as Katie | Charles Noland as Steve | Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Manuel Urrego as Civil Man | Michelle Courtney as Lisa Stanhower | P.J. Byrne as David Orbitz | Scott MacDonald as Cyrus Yolander | Mark Feuerstein as Cliff Calley | Brian Dennehy as Senator Rafe Framhagen | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Ryan Cutrona as George Sliger | Alex Fernandez as Andy Lazon
Director: Rod Holcomb

130 :06x20 - In God We Trust

Mar/23/2005
Vinick wins the Republican nomination for presidency and immediately begins working tirelessly on his campaign. He brings in political operative Bruno Gianelli for advice on choosing a vice presidential candidate and the controversy over Vinick's lack of church going. Meanwhile, the Democrats have a three-way race for the nomination with Russell leading Santos and third-place Hoynes; and Bartlet tries to show party unity.
Guest Stars: Annie Morgan as Anne | Kent Shocknek as Anchorman | Ben Siegler as Reporter #6 | Andrew Caple-Shaw as Sean | Paul Webster as Pundit | Livia Trevino as Reporter #2 | Terri Cavanaugh as Reporter #7 | Eric Cazenave as Reporter #3 | Deven Streeton as Tina | Penny Griego as Anchorwoman | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks | H. Richard Greene as Robert Royce | Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | Don S. Davis as Reverend Don Bulter | Brett Cullen as Ray Sullivan

131 :06x21 - Things Fall Apart

Mar/30/2005
With Vinick securing the Republican nomination for president, Russell offers Santos the vice president slot in the Democratic ticket -- but Russell has yet to win the Democratic nomination. While Santos and his staff debate the offer, Bartlet gets Leo to help with the nomination stalemate. Meanwhile, the staff is put to work when a space station begins leaking oxygen and a rescue mission becomes more and more complex; and Bartlet catches Charlie leaving Zoey's bedroom at 1 in the morning.
Guest Stars: Karis Campbell as Ronna | Mindy Seeger as Chris | Charles Noland as Steve | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | David St. James as Darren Gibson | Matt McKenzie (1) as Speaker 2 | Nancy Linari as Speaker 3 | David Grant Wright as Edward Austin Kelwick | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Tim Kelleher as Dylan Clark | Mark L. Taylor as Steve Rorsche | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Ed O'Neill as Eric Baker | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Sam Robards as Greg Brock | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Brett Cullen as Ray Sullivan
Writer: Peter Noah

132 :06x22 - 2162 Votes

Apr/06/2005
The Democratic convention begins and Santos, Russell and Hoyes continue to hunt for votes. The convention will nominate a candidate, but not before the candidates' scheming catches the attention of the nation. Meanwhile, Bartlet has to decide whether or not to launch a rescue mission to save the astronauts trapped in the space shuttle.
Special Guest Stars: Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Tim Matheson as John Hoynes | Ed O'Neill as Eric Baker | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott |
Guest Stars: Karis Campbell as Ronna | Evan Arnold as Ned Carlson | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Tim Kelleher as Dylan Clark | Shannon O'Hurley as Susan Wertz | Vincent Guastaferro as Ernie Gambelli | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet |
Co-Guest Stars: Will MacMillan as David Adams | Petrea Burchard as Chair of CA Delegation | Rebecca Avery as Co-Anchor | Kate Enggren as Dorothy Baker | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Richard Hilton (1) as Convention Secretary
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: John Wells
Songs: Ryan Adams (1) -- Desire
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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