Let Bartlet Be Bartlet
"Let Bartlet Be Bartlet" is the 19th episode of The West Wing and first appeared on television in April 2000. In the episode, a White House insider writes a memo that attacks the fictional President o...
Five Votes Down
"Five Votes Down" is the fourth episode of The West Wing.Presidential chief of staff Leo McGarry needs five more House votes to pass a bill restricting the sale of automatic firearms—but the cost migh...
What Kind of Day Has It Been
"What Kind of Day Has It Been" is the 22nd episode of The West Wing, the season finale of the show's first season. It originally aired on NBC May 17, 2000. Events circle around the attempted rescue of...
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Pilot (The West Wing)
"Pilot" is the first episode of the American serial drama The West Wing.
In the series premiere, the White House staff is being called into work in the early hours of the morning to the news that ...
The West Wing (season 1)
The first season of the American political drama television series The West Wing aired in the United States on NBC from September 22, 1999 to May 17, 2000 and consisted of 22 episodes.
The Crackpots and These Women
"The Crackpots and These Women" is the 5th episode from Season 1 of The West Wing.
The staff participates in "Big Block of Cheese Day", a fictional workday on which White House Chief of Staff Leo ...
He Shall, from Time to Time...
"He Shall, from Time to Time…" is the 12th episode of The West Wing.
During the preparations for President Bartlet's second State of the Union address, crises abound as the President is found unco...
List of The West Wing characters
The television series The West Wing is a political drama series which was originally broadcast on NBC.Many actors noted for work in sitcoms, including John Goodman, John Larroquette, Christopher Lloyd...
In Excelsis Deo
"In Excelsis Deo" is the 10th episode of the first season of The West Wing. It originally aired on NBC December 15, 1999, as the show's Christmas special. Events circle around Toby getting involved in...
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