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The West Wing: Drought Conditions

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.

Episode Info


Episode number: 6x16
Production Number: 2T5016
Airdate: Wednesday February 23rd, 2005

Director: Alex Graves
Writer: Debora Cahn


Guest Stars
Evan ArnoldEvan Arnold
As Ned Carlson
Recurring
Karis CampbellKaris Campbell
As Ronna
Recurring
Kristin ChenowethKristin Chenoweth
As Annabeth Schott
Recurring
Lily TomlinLily Tomlin
As Debbie Fiderer
Recurring
Mark FeuersteinMark Feuerstein
As Cliff Calley
Recurring
NiCole RobinsonNiCole Robinson
As Margaret
Recurring
Rebecca AveryRebecca Avery
As Aide
Recurring
Sam RobardsSam Robards
As Greg Brock
Recurring
J.F. DavisJ.F. Davis
As Bartender
Mel HarrisMel Harris
As Ricky Rafferty
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
Dulé HillDulé Hill
As Charlie Young
Joshua MalinaJoshua Malina
As Will Bailey
Alan AldaAlan Alda
As Senator Arnold Vinick
Jimmy SmitsJimmy Smits
As Matthew Santos
Mary McCormackMary McCormack
As Kate Harper
Episode Notes
Stockard Channing (Abbey Bartlet) does not appear in this episode.



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