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The West Wing: Let Bartlet Be Bartlet

Rumors fly when a memo surfaces that outline the weakness of the administration. C.J. soon finds that a reporter has the memo and she tries to persuade him not to publish it. Sam and Toby meet with the military to work out a better policy about gays in the military. Meanwhile, Josh tries to get Democrats nominated when two Federal Election Commission members resign and Leo has issues with the White House’s e-mail system.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x19
Production Number: 225918
Airdate: Wednesday April 26th, 2000


Alternate Airdates:

FR (France 2) Sep 07, 2001

Special Guest Stars
John AmosJohn Amos
As Percy Fitzwallace
Recurring

Guest Stars
Janel MoloneyJanel Moloney
As Donna Moss
Recurring
Paul ProvenzaPaul Provenza
As Steve Onorato
Recurring
Renee EstevezRenee Estevez
As Nancy
Recurring
Timothy BusfieldTimothy Busfield
As Danny Concannon
Recurring
Aaron LustigAaron Lustig
As Jerry Graham
Andy BuckleyAndy Buckley
As Mike Satchel
James DuMontJames DuMont
As Major Thompson
Richard PennRichard Penn
As Blakely
Ted MarcouxTed Marcoux
As Major Tate

Co-Guest Stars
Charles NolandCharles Noland
As Steve
Recurring
Kathryn JoostenKathryn Joosten
As Delores Landingham
Recurring
Kim WebsterKim Webster
As Ginger
Recurring
Kris MurphyKris Murphy
As Katie Witt
Recurring
Melissa FitzgeraldMelissa Fitzgerald
As Carol Fitzpatrick
Recurring
NiCole RobinsonNiCole Robinson
As Margaret
Recurring
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
Rob LoweRob Lowe
As Sam Seaborn
Richard SchiffRichard Schiff
As Toby Ziegler
Dulé HillDulé Hill
As Charlie Young
Moira KellyMoira Kelly
As Mandy Hampton
Episode Notes
This episode, in conjunction with several others from the season, was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series in the 2000 Emmy Awards.

For this episode, and in conjunction with "Five Votes Down", John Spencer (Leo McGarry) won the 2000 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.



Episode Quotes
Leo: Oh Margaret, Margaret -- I'm sorry, I'm going to have to -- I hung in there as long as I could, but you long since passed the point when I stopped caring.

Donna: How'd it go?
Josh: How do you know to be standing here?
Donna: I see you at the window.
Josh: You don't have a window.
Donna: You have a window.
Josh: What are you doing in my office when I'm not there?
Donna: Looking for you at the window.
Josh: Okay.

Bartlet: You didn't know it was raining?
Toby: To our credit, sir, we knew it was raining once it started to rain.

Mrs. Landingham: You're not getting enough ruffage in your diet, you know I'm right about that.
Bartlet: I know I'd like to beat you senseless with a head of cabbabe, I know that for damn sure.
Mrs. Landingham: Once again you display an immaturity about vegetables that I think is not at all presidential.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorAaron Sorkin
Executive ProducerJohn Wells  |  Thomas Schlamme  |  Aaron Sorkin
ProducerKristin Harms  |  Llewellyn Wells
Co-ProducerMichael Hissrich
Production DesignerJon Hutman
EditorChristopher Nelson (1)
CastingBarbara Miller (2)  |  John Levey  |  Kevin Scott (1)
Unit Production ManagerJean Higgins
First Assistant DirectorTony Alder
Second Assistant DirectorBrian Bettwy
MusicW.G. Snuffy Walden
Director of PhotographyThomas Del Ruth
 
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