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133 :07x01 - The Ticket

Sep/25/2005
Political commentators begin to criticize Santos' choice of running mate, but Josh remains sure of Leo as his running mate. The investigation into the leak continues and White House Council Babbish interviews C.J. about the investigation. Meanwhile, Donna approaches Josh for a job.
Special Guest Stars: Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas | Oliver Platt as Oliver Babish | Teri Polo as Helen Santos |
Guest Stars: Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Evan Arnold as Ned | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto |
Co-Guest Stars: Phil Trask, Jr. as Reporter #3 (Kevin) | Paul Keeley as Agent Ellis Taylor | Barbara Lee Bragg as Reporter #1 (Christine) | Burt Bulos as Reporter #2 | Mindy Seeger as Chris
Writer: Debora Cahn

134 :07x02 - The Mommy Problem

Oct/02/2005
When the Grand Jury convenes on the military leak investigation, Santos and Vinick are left to deal with the fallout. Vinick deftly handles the issue, but Santos, bound by party loyalty, is forced to take the same stance as the Bartlet administration.
Special Guest Stars: Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton |
Guest Stars: Karis Campbell as Ronna | Evan Arnold as Ned | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Bill O'Brien (1) as Kenny Thurman | Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Sam Robards as Greg Brock | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | Vivianne Collins as Pebble Beach Reporter |
Co-Guest Stars: Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Rebecca Avery as Reporter #1 | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Ron Ostrow as John | Tom W. Chick as Gordon | Michael McCafferty as Consultant #2 | John Bobek as Bill | Liann Pattison as Consultant #1 | William Charlton as Consultant #3 | Broocks Willich as Naval Base Reporter | David Brownstein as Reporter #3 | Ken Meseroll as Pundit #1
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: Eli Attie

135 :07x03 - Message Of The Week

Oct/09/2005
Weeks into the campaign, Vinick decides to begin targeting immigration - an issue that Santos hasn't yet addressed. Santos pulls a stunt which leads to higher approval ratings and throws off the Vinick campaign. Meanwhile, Vinick has a meeting with Charles Frost.
Special Guest Stars: Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks |
Guest Stars: Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega | Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Peter MacKenzie as George Rohr | Tom Everett as Charles Frost | Brett Cullen as Ray Sullivan | Chris Matthews as Himself | Julian Acosta as Leon Montero | William Russ as Dan |
Co-Guest Stars: Annie Morgan as Anne | Michael Earl Reid as Harley Parker | Ken Michelman as Ted Zukosko | Alicia Lee as Senate Reporter | Gavin Glennon as Secret Service Agent | Becky Meister as TV Reporter | Sumalee Montano as Vinick Reporter #1 | Timothy Davis-Reed as Vinick Reporter #2 | Ben Siegler as Vinick Reporter #3 | Colette O'Connell as Ellen | Kris Murphy as Katie | Phil Trask, Jr. as Kevin

136 :07x04 - Mr. Frost

Oct/16/2005
C.J. has to deal with issues by herself when most of the White House staff is subpoenaed to testify in the leak investigation. A Palestinian leader is assassinated and Bartlet, despite major security issues, decides to attend the funeral. Meanwhile, C.J. is given intelligence information, and the public response to Santos' answer to an intelligent design question bothers Josh, though the rest of the staff is unaffected.
Special Guest Stars: Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer |
Guest Stars: Abigail Kintanar as Matthew Santos Supporter | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Evan Arnold as Ned | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Tom Everett as Charles Frost | John Aylward as Barry Goodwin | Mitch Pileggi as Senator Dresden |
Co-Guest Stars: David Q. Combs as Clifford Reynolds | Tom W. Chick as Gordon | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | James Schendel as Father | Kristin Lindquist as Anchor | David Brownstein as Reporter #2 | Melanie Chapman as Teacher | Trev Broudy as Local Reporter
Writer: Alex Graves

137 :07x05 - Here Today

Oct/23/2005
As the White House copes with the knowledge of the leak, Babish's questioning leads Toby to call his lawyer. Josh, with the persuasion of Lou, decides that the Santos' campaign must clean house, and is forced to make hard decisions about who out of the young, inexperienced staff should go. Meanwhile, Bartlet and Abbey meet Ellie's fiancée, and Kate confronts Frost about his ambush on C.J.
Special Guest Stars: Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Oliver Platt as Oliver Babish |
Guest Stars: Renee Estevez as Nancy | Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Evan Arnold as Ned | Ben Weber as Ellie's Husband | Ryan Cutrona as George Sliger | Benjamin Brown as Mike | Lee Garlington as Alana Waterman | Tom Everett as Charles Frost |
Co-Guest Stars: William Duffy as Larry | Peter James Smith as Ed | Bradley James as Donnie | Lyndsey Gayer as Staffer | Richard Alan Brown as Zeke
Director: Alex Graves
Writer: Peter Noah

138 :07x06 - The Al Smith Dinner

Oct/30/2005
An attack ad on Santos sponsored by a pro-life organization puts both campaigns in a bind when the focus turns to the candidates' stance on abortion. Donna joins the Santos campaign team, but is hired by Lou, not Josh. Meanwhile, Will takes over Toby's old job and is forced to face the press buzz surrounding the leak investigation.
Special Guest Stars: Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli |
Guest Stars: Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Lisa Darr as Becca | Dean Norris as Steve Hodder |
Co-Guest Stars: Charles Noland as Reporter #2 (Steve) | Kristin Lindquist as Anchor | Caroline Duncan (1) as Repoter #3 | Alex Manette as Reporter #1
Writer: Eli Attie

139 :07x07 - The Debate

Nov/06/2005
Santos and Vinick go head-to-head in a live, primetime debate. Two versions, one for the East coast and one for the West coast aired, moderated by Forrest Sawyer and hosted by Ellen Degeneres.
Special Guest Stars: Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks | Forrest Sawyer as Himself - Moderator |
Uncredited: Ellen DeGeneres as Herself - Host
Director: Alex Graves

140 :07x08 - Undecideds

Dec/04/2005
After the boost from the debate, Santos runs into trouble when he visits a Los Angeles community where a young African-American boy was shot and killed by a Latino police officer. Meanwhile, Ellie continues to plan her wedding, and C.J. deals with a crisis between China and Kazakhstan.
Special Guest Stars: Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Teri Polo as Helen Santos |
Guest Stars: Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Ben Weber as Vic Faison | Cress Williams as Lester | Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega | Shelley Robertson as Brenda Burke | Lou Beatty, Jr. as Wilson Burke |
Co-Guest Stars: John Littlefield as Agent | Duane R. Shepard, Sr. as Pastor
Writer: Debora Cahn

141 :07x09 - The Wedding

Dec/11/2005
On the day of Ellie's wedding, Bartlet must try to help an escalating situation between China and Russia regarding oil all while preparing for his daughter wedding at the White House. Meanwhile, as Election day approaches, the Santos campaign begins to question Josh's leadership, threatening his job.
Special Guest Stars: Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton |
Guest Stars: Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Stockard Channing as Abbey Bartlet | Thomas Kopache as Bob Slattery | Richard Jenik as Congressman Cooper | John Aylward as Barry Goodwin | Ben Weber as Vic Faison | Robert Foxworth as Senator George Montgomery | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Jan Devereaux as Shirley | Ron Ostrow as John | Joyce Guy as Charlayne | Dougald Park as Stan Mitchell | Yvans Jourdain as Bermudian Ambassador | Linden Goh as Translator
Director: Max Mayer
Writer: Josh Singer

142 :07x10 - Running Mates

Jan/08/2006
As the staff prepares for Leo's Vice-Presidential debate, they must deal with Internet criticism that Leo is weak and unfocused. Meanwhile, when Santos stops by his home while on the campaign trail, he and Helen must learn to cope with the new security surrounding their home as well as problems that Jorge Santos, Matt's brother, may cause them.
Special Guest Stars: Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks |
Guest Stars: Brett Cullen as Ray Sullivan | Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | David Barrera as Jorge Santos | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Karis Campbell as Ronna |
Co-Guest Stars: Elizabeth Penn Payne as Pundit #1 | Ashlyn Sanchez as Miranda Santos | Amad Jackson as Agent | Charles Noland as Steve | Caroline Duncan (1) as Jane | David A. Kimball as Moderator | Joshua Cabrera as Peter Santos
Director: Paul McCrane
Writer: Peter Noah

143 :07x11 - Internal Displacement

Jan/15/2006
C.J., while in the middle of the China-Russia crisis, must deal with embarrassing information about a Bartlet all while monitoring the conditions in the Sudan. Meanwhile, Josh goes to Will for help with the campaign, and C.J. and Danny go to dinner together.
Special Guest Stars: Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon |
Guest Stars: Annabeth Gish as Liz Bartlet Westin | Steven Eckholdt as Doug Westin | George Cheung as Ambassador Ling-Po | Tim Guinee as Steve Laussen | Ronald Guttman as Franz | François Giroday as Jaques Ornand | NiCole Robinson as Margaret |
Co-Guest Stars: Stacy Hogue as Waitress

144 :07x12 - Duck And Cover

Jan/22/2006
With the possibility of a nuclear reactor exploding in California, the presidential hopefuls struggle try to come up with a strategy to deal with the impending disaster while President Bartlet faces the problem as well. Meanwhile, Kate keeps close watch on Russia and China fighting over Kazakhstan.
Special Guest Stars: Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Teri Polo as Helen Santos |
Guest Stars: Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | J.K. Simmons as Harry Ravitch | Michael Chieffo as Hayes |
Co-Guest Stars: Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark | Adam Shulman as Youth Voter #1 | Vanessa Lee Chester as Youth Voter #2 (Karen) | Matt Corboy as Asst. HHS Sect. Blieden | Peggy Dunne as D.O.E. Spokeswoman | Emil Beheshti as Reporter #1 | Paul Rae as Reporter #2 (Walter) | Caroline Duncan (1) as Reporter #3 (Jane) | Joyce Guy as Santos Reporter #1 | Sumalee Montano as Vinick Reporter #1 | Penny Griego as Anchor #1 | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier, Anchor #2 | John Hemphill as EPA Spokesman
Writer: Eli Attie

145 :07x13 - The Cold

Mar/12/2006
The candidates are surprised at their poll ratings after a close call at the San Andreo nuclear plant. Meanwhile, Bartlet debates whether or not to send U.S. troops to Central Asia to keep the peace between China and Russia in their continuing battle over Kazakhstan.
Special Guest Stars: Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks |
Guest Stars: Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Karis Campbell as Ronna | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | J. Patrick McCormack as Jimmy Wendall | Ron Canada as Theodore Barrow | Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | Dean Norris as Steve Hodder | Melinda McGraw as Jane Braun | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Brett Cullen as Ray Sullivan |
Co-Guest Stars: Annie Morgan as Anne | Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | John L. Curtis (1) as Vinick Aide
Director: Alex Graves

146 :07x14 - Two Weeks Out

Mar/19/2006
As election day nears, the candidates begin to feel the strain of the campaign trail. Despite the lack of sleep and physical ailments, the candidates are forced to make difficult campaign choices. Things take an unexpected turn when Vinick finds an opportunity to hurt the Santos campaign.
Special Guest Stars: Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton |
Guest Stars: Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega | Lily Rains as Santos Aide #1 | Michael Spound as Doctor | Anna Maganini as TV Anchor | Melinda McGraw as Jane Braun |
Co-Guest Stars: Annie Morgan as Anne | Colette O'Connell as Ellen | Ken Michelman as Ted Zukosko | Danny Pudi as Santos Aide #2 | Leith M. Burke as Agent (as Leith Burke) | Sunil Malhotra as Vinick Aide | Matthew J. Willig as Famous Athlete
Director: Laura Innes

147 :07x15 - Welcome to Wherever You Are

Mar/26/2006
Toby is pressured to reveal the source of the shuttle leak; as election day nears, Santos pushes himself to his limit while on the campaign trial.
Special Guest Stars: Jon Bon Jovi as Himself | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton |
Guest Stars: Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Lee Garlington as Alana Waterman | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | David Ramsey as Teddy Wallace | John Aylward as Barry Goodwin | Matt Letscher as Peter Blake |
Co-Guest Stars: Glenda Morgan Brown as Woman | Ashlyn Sanchez as Miranda Santos | Francesca Ferrara as Local Reporter #1 | Daphna Cardinale as Reporter #2 | Eric Christie as Reporter #3 | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Loren Lester as Jarin | Dylan Naber as Huck | Alexis Cardenas as Molly | Kylie Cardenas as Molly | Joshua Cabrera as Peter Santos
Director: Matia Karrell
Writer: Josh Singer

148 :07x16 - Election Day, Part 1

Apr/02/2006
During the night before Election Day, C.J. is faced with choosing between job offers, Josh stresses over the returns, and Annabeth makes a shocking discovery.
Special Guest Stars: Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Foo Fighters as Themselves | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton |
Guest Stars: Karis Campbell as Ronna | Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | Cress Williams as Lester | Melinda McGraw as Jane Braun | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | David Ramsey as Teddy Wallace |
Co-Guest Stars: Jonathan Runyon as Drew | Annie Morgan as Anne | Rebecca Marshall as Carrie Marino | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Paul Moyer as Anchor #2 | Paul Keeley as Agent Ellis Taylor
Director: Mimi Leder
Songs: Foo Fighters -- No Way Back

149 :07x17 - Election Day, Part 2

Apr/09/2006
As the polls close and results begin to trickle in, tensions, as well as emotions, fly. Santos and Josh deal with the loss of the Vice Presidential Candidate, and Vinick argues with his campaign team. Meanwhile, the First Lady and Liz Bartlet-Westin eagerly await the results of Doug's campaign for Congress.
Special Guest Stars: Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks | Foo Fighters as Themselves |
Guest Stars: Karis Campbell as Ronna | Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | David Grohl as Himself | Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | John Aylward as Barry Goodwin | Melinda McGraw as Jane Braun | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Shawn Michael Patrick as Gene | Michael Bofshever as Kagan |
Co-Guest Stars: Mike Kersey as Bruce | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Penny Griego as Anchor #2 | Paul Moyer as Anchor #3
Songs: U2 -- Beautiful Day, Foo Fighters -- Miracle, Stevie Wonder -- My Cherie Amour

150 :07x18 - Requiem

Apr/16/2006
In the wake of Leo's death, the current staff, as well as staff members from the past, join President Bartlet at Leo's funeral. Meanwhile, Santos must deal with the loss of his running mate.
Special Guest Stars: Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas | Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Tim Matheson as John Hoynes | Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet | Emily Procter as Ainsley Hayes | Gary Cole as Bob Russell | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | Annabeth Gish as Liz Bartlet Westin | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer |
Guest Stars: NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | Karis Campbell as Ronna | John Aylward as Barry Goodwin | Chris Ellis (1) as Congressman Tim Fields | John Getz as Congressman Selner | Ken Lerner as Congressman Jim Marino |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | Mitchell Edmonds as Bishop Campbell | Pete Postiglione as Secret Service Agent
Director: Steve Shill

151 :07x19 - Transition

Apr/23/2006
The White House is shocked when the President-Elect calls the President of China, taking a different position on foreign policy than that of President Bartlet. Meanwhile, Josh debates who to choose as deputy Chief of Staff.
Special Guest Stars: Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton |
Guest Stars: Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn | Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | Ramon De Ocampo as Otto | Ashlyn Sanchez as Miranda Santos | Jerry Kernion as Driver |
Co-Guest Stars: Greg Callahan as Man (on airplane) | Chandler Hill as Attorney #1 | Corie Vickers as Attorney #2 | Ken Weiler as Bowman
Writer: Peter Noah

152 :07x20 - The Last Hurrah

Apr/30/2006
While Santos debates who to choose as his Vice President, Helen has to deal with her new duties as First Lady and new issues the First Family are facing. Meanwhile, Vinick has to figure out what to do now that the election is over.
Special Guest Stars: Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner | Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Patricia Richardson as Sheila Brooks | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton |
Guest Stars: Stephen Root as Bob Mayer | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | John Aylward as Barry Goodwin | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | David Clennon as Jim | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Marlene Forte as Linda | Bonita Friedericy as Gail Addison | Adrian Sparks as Dr. Wexler |
Co-Guest Stars: Ashlyn Sanchez as Miranda Santos | Joshua Cabrera as Peter Santos | Annie Morgan as Anne | Paul Keeley as Agent Ellis Taylor | Ivan Allen as Roger Salier | Van Epperson as Curtis Schaefer | Alexandra Ryan as Receptionist | Parvesh Cheena as Barista | Maria Broom as Cathy Holland
Director: Tim Matheson

153 :07x21 - Institutional Memory

May/07/2006
With Santos' inauguration nearing and the Bartlet administration preparing to leave the White House, C.J., as well as the other staff members, has to decide what to do with her future. Meanwhile, Andy asks Bartlet to pardon Toby so he won't be faced with jail time, and C.J. and Danny talk about their relationship.
Special Guest Stars: Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon | Teri Polo as Helen Santos |
Guest Stars: Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Vince Grant as Gil Silverly | Scott Klace as DCCC | Matt Malloy as Herb | David Hornsby as Fred | Xander Berkeley as Franklin "Frank" Hollis |
Co-Guest Stars: Alexandra Ryan as Receptionist
Writer: Debora Cahn

154 :07x22 - Tomorrow

May/14/2006
As the Bartlet administration prepares to make their exit, the staff pauses to look back on their past 8 years working in the West Wing. Meanwhile, the incoming Santos administration nervously awaits the inauguration, and then Santos' staff take their new positions and offices in the White House.
Special Guest Stars: Teri Polo as Helen Santos | Lily Tomlin as Debbie Fiderer | Keb' Mo' as Himself |
Guest Stars: Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn | Janeane Garofalo as Louise "Lou" Thornton | Matthew Del Negro as Bram | NiCole Robinson as Margaret | Karis Campbell as Ronna | Renee Estevez as Nancy | Michael O'Neill as Ron Butterfield | Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien | John Getz as Congressman Selner |
Co-Guest Stars: Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick | William Duffy as Larry | Peter James Smith as Ed | Charles Noland as Steve | Jerry Cerwonka as Cardinal Doherty | Ann Ryerson as Chief Justice | Marco Antonio Martinez as Agent Darryl | John Balma as Cartwright | Kim Webster as Ginger | Kia Glover as Steward | Van Epperson as Curtis Schaefer | Catherine Aselford as Bonnie Kilmer | Chris Bloch as Man |
Uncredited: Aaron Sorkin as An Extra
Writer: John Wells
Songs: Keb' Mo' -- America The Beautiful, Jack's Mannequin -- Dark Blue, Jeff Buckley -- Hallelujah, Charles Brown -- I Want to Go Home, Jaci Velasquez -- The Angel Song
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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