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The West Wing: Faith Based Initiative

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.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 6x10
Production Number: 2T5010
Airdate: Wednesday January 05th, 2005

Guest Stars
Ben MurrayBen Murray
As Curtis Carruthers
Ben SieglerBen Siegler
As George
Cleo KingCleo King
As Marla Whorisky
Gary ColeGary Cole
As Bob Russell
Kristin ChenowethKristin Chenoweth
As Annabeth Schott
Mindy SeegerMindy Seeger
As Chris
NiCole RobinsonNiCole Robinson
As Margaret
Reed DiamondReed Diamond
As Dr. Mike Gordon
Renee EstevezRenee Estevez
As Nancy
Teri PoloTeri Polo
As Helen Santos
Tim MathesonTim Matheson
As John Hoynes
DeVone Lawson, Jr.DeVone Lawson, Jr.
As Physical Therapist
Paul CollinsPaul Collins
As Senator Sam Wilkinson
Main Cast
Martin SheenMartin Sheen
As President Jed Bartlet
John SpencerJohn Spencer
As Leo McGarry
Allison JanneyAllison Janney
As Claudia Jean "C.J." Cregg
Bradley WhitfordBradley Whitford
As Josh Lyman
Janel MoloneyJanel Moloney
As Donna Moss
Richard SchiffRichard Schiff
As Toby Ziegler
Stockard ChanningStockard Channing
As Abbey Bartlet
Dulé HillDulé Hill
As Charlie Young
Joshua MalinaJoshua Malina
As Will Bailey
Jimmy SmitsJimmy Smits
As Matthew Santos
Mary McCormackMary McCormack
As Kate Harper
Episode Notes
This is the last episode in which Josh is the White House Deputy Chief of Staff. For the remainder of the series, Josh serves as campaign manager for Matthew Santos.

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