What Kind of Day Has It Been
Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics
Let Bartlet Be Bartlet
43min - "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 of the United States for his ineffectiveness to make bold decisions due to his timid nature. A lesson contained in the episode and its title – let the politician be himself/politicians must remain true to themselves – captured the series' effort to show how politics and government could work in Washington D.C. The series creators subsequently used the title phrase, "Let Bartlet be Bartlet," as a recurring rallying cry theme of the series. In addition, political commentators took the same lesson from the episode and have applied it since 2001 to politicians in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and other countries.
Six Meetings Before Lunch
43min - The Senate confirms Mendoza's appointment to the Supreme Court.
The White House Pro-Am
20 Hours in L.A.
43min - The President and his staff fly to Los Angeles for a big fund-raiser, but the powerful Hollywood mogul hosting the event threatens to cancel if the President doesn't condemn an anti-gay bill.
Take This Sabbath Day
43min - All the staffers have a moment of conscience when the President is asked to spare a man from execution.Toby speaks to his rabbi, and the President seeks advice from a Quaker and a priest. Marlee Matlin has a guest appearance.
Take Out the Trash Day
He Shall, from Time to Time...
Lord John Marbury
43min - Reilly (Kevin Conway) asks for help after he's ordered to vacate his building, prompting Tommy (Jonathan Tucker) to uncover hidden family history. Meanwhile, Jimmy (Tom Guiry) and Joanie (Betsy Beutler) struggle to situate Whitey's body.
In Excelsis Deo
The Short List
44min - Kate (Molly Schaffer) helps Tommy (Jonathan Tucker) get a job at an art studio. Nicky (Kirk Acevedo) proposes a partnership with the Donnellys, but he'll only deal with Tommy, which infuriates Jimmy (Thomas Guiry).
The State Dinner
43min - La Cena de Estado es el séptimo capítulo de la Serie dramática El Ala Oeste. Es la primera vez que aparece la mujer del Presidente, Abigail Bartlet, interpretada por Stockard Channing.
Mr. Willis of Ohio
44min - El Señor Willis de Ohio es el sexto capítulo de la Serie dramática El Ala Oeste.
The Crackpots and These Women
Five Votes Down
A Proportional Response
43min - After a passenger plane is downed by Syrian forces, the President meets with the Joint Chiefs to determine the best course of action. Sam discusses his recently acquired friend with CJ, who tries to protect him. And Josh interviews a new aide for the President, Charlie. Leo takes 5 minutes to calm the President down prior to his Address to the Nation.
Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc
41min - Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc es el segundo capítulo de la serie dramática El Ala Oeste.
42min - We meet the lead characters: press secretary, etc.The president has injured his ankle in a minor bicycle accident. Sam meets a beautiful woman, not realizing she's a hooker.