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The West Wing (1999-2006)



The West Wing

(1999-2006)

Drama

50 minutes

Created by Aaron Sorkin

Cast:

Martin Sheen as President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet
Allison Janney as Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg  
John Spencer as Leo McGarry 
Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman 
Janel Moloney as Donna Moss 
Richard Schiff as Toby Ziegler  
Dule Hill as Charlie Young  
Nicole Robinson as Margaret Hooper
Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick  
Rob Lowe as Sam Seaborn
Joshua Malina as Will Bailey 
Stockard Channing as Abbey Bartlet 
Kim Webster as Ginger 
Kris Murphy as Katie Witt
Timothy Davis-Reed as Mark O'Donnell 
Mary McCormack as Kate Harper  
William Duffy as Larry 
Peter James Smith as Ed 
Renée Estevez as Nancy
Charles Noland as Reporter Steve
Devika Parikh as Bonnie 
Jimmy Smits as Matthew Santos 
Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott
Lily Tomlin as Deborah Fiderer 
Mindy Seeger as Chris
Kathryn Joosten as Mrs. Landingham
Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon 
Alan Alda as Senator Arnold Vinick 
Ivan Allen as News Anchor Roger Salier 
Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet 
Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner
Moira Kelly as Mandy Hampton
Karis Campbell as Ronna 
John Amos as Percy Fitzwallace
Gary Cole as Vice President Bob Russell
Anna Deavere Smith as Nancy McNally
Randy Brooks as Arthur Leeds
Tim Matheson as Vice President John Hoynes
James Brolin as Governor Robert Ritchie 
William Devane as Secretary of State Lewis Berryhill 
Edward James Olmos as Judge Roberto Mendoza 
Hal Holbrook as Asst. Secretary of State Albie Duncan 
Corbin Bernsen as Henry Shallick 
Gerald McRaney as USAF General Alan Adamle 
Christian Slater as Lt. Cmdr. Jack Reese 
John Goodman as Acting President Glenallen Walken 
Matthew Perry as Joe Quincy
Mark Harmon as Secret Service Agent Simon Donovan  

The West Wing is an American political drama aired on NBC beginning in 1999.  The West Wing takes its title from the west wing of the White House, which is where the Oval Office and the offices of the President's staff are located. 

The plot of The West Wing revolves around political issues of the day and show President Bartlet and his staff dealing with legislative issues and getting them through Congress.  Later seasons deal with issues such as shootings, elections and scandals.

The West Wing received praise from a wide array of critics, including political science teachers and former White House staffers, as well as the usual television critics.  The West Wing won nine Emmy Awards in its first season, which set a record for the most Emmys won by a show its first season. The West Wing would go on to amass a total of 27 Emmy awards, placing the show fourth behind Cheers (28 Emmys), The Mary Tyler Moore Show (29 Emmys) and Fraser (37 Emmys).

154 episodes aired on NBC from September 22, 1999 to May 14, 2006

Season One
 
1.      Pilot 9/22/1999

2.      Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc 9/29/1999

3.      A Proportional Response 10/6/1999

4.      Five Votes Down 10/13/1999

5.      The Crackpots and These Women 10/20/1999

6.      Mr. Willis of Ohio 11/3/1999

7.      The State Dinner 11/10/1999

8.      Enemies 11/17/1999

9.      The Short List 11/24/1999

10.     In Excelsis Deo 12/15/1999

11.     Lord John Marbury 1/5/2000

12.     He Shall, From Time to Time 1/12/2000

13.     Take Out the Trash Day 1/26/2000

14.     Take This Sabbath Day 2/9/2000

15.     Celestial Navigation 2/16/2000

16.     20 Hours in L.A. 2/23/2000

17.     The White House Pro-Am 3/22/2000

18.     Six Meetings Before Lunch 4/5/2000

19.     Let Bartlet Be Bartlet 4/26/2000

20.     Mandatory Minimums 5/3/2000

21.     Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics 5/10/2000

22.     What Kind of Day Has It Been? 5/17/2000

Season Two
 
23.     In the Shadow of Two Gunmen: Part 1 10/4/2000

24.     In the Shadow of Two Gunmen: Part 2 10/4/2000

25.     The Midterms 10/18/2000

26.     In This White House 10/25/2000

27.     And It's Surely to Their Credit 11/1/2000

28.     The Lame Duck Congress 11/8/2000

29.     The Portland Trip 11/15/2000

30.     Shibboleth 11/22/2000

31.     Galileo 11/29/2000

32.     Noël 12/20/2000

33.     The Leadership Breakfast 1/10/2001

34.     The Drop-In 1/24/2001

35.     Bartlet's Third State of the Union 2/7/2001

36.     The War at Home 2/14/2001

37.     Ellie 2/21/2001

38.     Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail 2/28/2001

39.     The Stackhouse Filibuster 3/14/2001

40.     17 People 4/4/2001

41.     Bad Moon Rising 4/25/2001

42.     The Fall's Gonna Kill You 5/2/2001

43.     18th and Potomac 5/9/2001

44.     Two Cathedrals 5/16/2001

Season Three
 
45.     Manchester: Part 1 10/10/2001

46.     Manchester: Part 2 10/17/2001

47.     Ways and Means 10/24/2001

48.     On the Day Before 10/31/2001

49.     War Crimes 11/7/2001

50.     Gone Quiet 11/14/2001

51.     The Indians in the Lobby 11/21/2001

52.     The Women of Qumar 11/28/2001

53.     Bartlet for America 12/12/2001

54.     H. Con-172 1/9/2002

55.     100,000 Airplanes 1/16/2002

56.     The Two Bartlets 1/30/2002

57.     Night Five 2/6/2002

58.     Hartsfield's Landing 2/27/2002

59.     Dead Irish Writers 3/6/2002

60.     The U.S. Poet Laureate 3/27/2002

61.     Stirred 4/3/2002

62.     Enemies Foreign and Domestic 5/1/2002

63.     The Black Vera Wang 5/8/2002

64.     We Killed Yamamoto 5/15/2002

65.     Posse Comitatus 5/22/2002

Season Four
 
66.     20 Hours in America (1) 9/25/2002

67.     20 Hours in America (2) 9/25/2002

68.     College Kids 10/2/2002

69.     The Red Mass 10/9/2002

70.     Debate Camp 10/16/2002

71.     Game On 10/30/2002

72.     Election Night 11/6/2002

73.     Process Stories 11/13/2002

74.     Swiss Diplomacy 11/20/2002

75.     Arctic Radar 11/27/2002

76.     Holy Night 12/11/2002

77.     Guns Not Butter 1/8/2003

78.     The Long Goodbye 1/15/2003

79.     Inauguration: (Part 1) 2/5/2003
 
80.     Inauguration: Over There (Part 2) 2/12/2003

81.     The California 47th 2/19/2003

82.     Red Haven's on Fire 2/26/2003

83.     Privateers 3/26/2003

84.     Angel Maintenance 4/2/2003

85.     Evidence of Things Not Seen 4/23/2003

86.     Life On Mars 4/30/2003

87.     Commencement 5/7/2003

88.     Twenty Five 5/14/2003

Season Five
 
89.     7A WF 83429 9/24/2003

90.     The Dogs of War 10/1/2003

91.     Jefferson Lives 10/8/2003

92.     Han 10/22/2003

93.     Constituency of One 10/29/2003

94.     Disaster Relief 11/5/2003

95.     Separation of Powers 11/12/2003

96.     Shutdown 11/19/2003

97.     Abu el Banat 12/3/2003

98.     The Stormy Present 1/7/2004

99.     The Benign Prerogative 1/14/2004

100.    Slow News Day 2/4/2004

101.    The Warfare of Genghis Khan 2/11/2004

102.    An Khe 2/18/2004

103.    Full Disclosure 2/25/2004

104.    Eppur Si Muove 3/3/2004

105.    The Supremes 3/24/2004

106.    Access 3/31/2004

107.    Talking Points 4/21/2004

108.    No Exit 4/28/2004

109.    Gaza 5/12/2004

110.    Memorial Day 5/19/2004

Season Six
 
111.    NSF Thurmont 10/20/2004

112.    The Birnam Wood 10/27/2004

113.    Third-Day Story 11/3/2004

114.    Liftoff 11/10/2004

115.    The Hubbert Peak 11/17/2004

116.    The Dover Test 11/24/2004

117.    A Change Is Gonna Come 12/1/2004

118.    In the Room 12/8/2004

119.    Impact Winter 12/15/2004

120.    Faith Based Initiative 1/5/2005

121.    Opposition Research 1/12/2005

122.    365 Days 1/19/2005

123.    King Corn 1/26/2005

124.    The Wake Up Call 2/9/2005

125.    Freedonia 2/16/2005

126.    Drought Conditions 2/23/2005

127.    A Good Day 3/2/2005

128.    La Palabra 3/9/2005

129.    Ninety Miles Away 3/16/2005

130.    In God We Trust 3/23/2005

131.    Things Fall Apart 3/30/2005

132.    2162 Votes 4/6/2005

Season Seven
 
133.    The Ticket 9/25/2005

134.    The Mommy Problem 10/2/2005

135.    Message Of The Week 10/9/2005

136.    Mr. Frost 10/16/2005

137.    Here Today 10/23/2005

138.    The Al Smith Dinner 10/30/2005

139.    The Debate 11/6/2005

140.    Undecideds 12/4/2005
 
141.    The Wedding 12/11/2005

142.    Running Mates 1/8/2006

143.    Internal Displacement 1/15/2006

144.    Duck And Cover 1/22/2006

145.    The Cold 3/12/2006

146.    Two Weeks Out 3/19/2006

147.    Welcome to Wherever You Are 3/26/2006

148.    Election Day , Part 1 4/2/2006

149.    Election Day , Part 2 4/9/2006

150.    Requiem 4/16/2006

151.    Transition 4/23/2006

152.    The Last Hurrah 4/30/2006

153.    Institutional Memory 5/7/2006

154.    Tomorrow 5/14/2006




Directors:
Actors: Alan Alda, John Amos, Corbin Bernsen, James Brolin, Stockard Channing, William Devane, John Goodman, Mark Harmon, Hal Holbrook, Rob Lowe, Tim Matheson, Edward James Olmos, Martin Sheen, Christian Slater
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