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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.

Episode Info

Episode number: 5x18
Production Number: 176068
Airdate: Wednesday March 31st, 2004

Director: Alex Graves
Writer: Lauren Schmidt

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Guest Stars
Charles Noland
As Steve
Clark Gregg
As Special Agent Michael Casper
Hira Ambrosino
As White House Correspondent
Ivan Allen
As Roger Salier
James Ingersoll
As Cable News Pundit
Joyce Guy
As Charlayne
Kris Murphy
As Katie
Melissa Fitzgerald
As Carol Fitzpatrick
Michael Kagan
As George Arnold
Mindy Seeger
As Chris
NiCole Robinson
As Margaret
Rebecca Avery
As Anna
Sam Robards
As Greg Brock
Timothy Davis-Reed
As Mark
Wilson Cruz
As Jack Sosa
Alan Toy
As Franklin
Albie Selznick
As Todd Schumaker
Brian Poth
As Eric Schaeffer
David Castellani
As Reporter On-Site
Harper Roisman
As Herb Morris
Joseph Vassallo
As Renato Mannari
Kellynn Jones (1)
As 2nd On-Site Reporter
Kenneth Schmidt
As Craig Bloom
Kevin Symons
As FBI Press Rep
Lee Oliver Boyd
As Cable Anchor
Michael Gallagher (1)
As Andrew Weltzman
Paul Jenkins
As Martin Sheffield
Sharon Johnston
As Terrance Neighbor
Will Lyman
voiced Narration
Main Cast
Martin Sheen
As President Jed Bartlet
John Spencer
As Leo McGarry
Allison Janney
As Claudia Jean "C.J." Cregg
Bradley Whitford
As Josh Lyman
Janel Moloney
As Donna Moss
Richard Schiff
As Toby Ziegler
Dulé Hill
As Charlie Young
Episode Notes
Stockard Channing (Abbey Bartlet) and Joshua Malina (Will Bailey) does not appear in this episode.

Episode Goofs
At the end of the episode, the narrator claims that C.J. is the only woman to serve two full terms as White House Press Secretary. However, in later episodes, C.J. is promoted to Chief of Staff and doesn't serve the full eight years.

Warning: The West Wing season 5 episode 18 guide may contain spoilers
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