The West Wing 7 Seasons 1999
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1. Pilot The senior members of the White House staff are summoned to the office early in the morning to handle difficult situations: Hundreds of Cubans are on their way across the Atlantic Ocean in search of freedom.
2. Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc Leo hires Mandy as a consultant to the President.
3. A Proportional Response When Danny, a reporter, learns about Sam's relationship with a call girl, he doesn't write a story about it because C.J. gives Danny a lead on a much bigger newsworthy item in exchange for his silence
4. Five Votes Down The staff has 72 hours to rescue a gun-control bill that needs five more votes in Congress to pass.
5. The Crackpots and These Women Leo assigns his senior staff the task of conducting private meetings with fringe groups that want attention from the White House.
6. Mr. Willis of Ohio A mentally unbalanced woman with a gun climbs the White House fence.
7. The State Dinner The President and First Lady host a tense dinner at the White House honoring the president of Indonesia and his wife.
8. Enemies The President embarrasses Vice President Hoynes during a cabinet meeting, and Danny finds out. In order to keep the story from print, C.J. arranges a meeting between Danny and the President.
9. The Short List The President confidentially chooses Judge Harrison as his nominee for the Supreme Court.
10. In Excelsis Deo Sam and Josh work on thwarting Congressman Lillienfield's accusation about drug abuse in the White House.
11. Lord John Marbury When India invades Kashmir and Bartlet worries about a nuclear threat to both countries, he asks the colorful, inebriated Lord John Marbury, a former ambassador to New Delhi to help with the crisis.
12. He Shall, From Time to Time? The President and his staff prepare the State of the Union Address, but the President becomes ill.
13. Take out the Trash Day The parents of a brutally murdered gay student are invited to witness the President sign a hate crimes bill into law even though the father doesn't believe that Bartlet expresses a position on gay rts
14. Take this Sabbath Day On a Friday evening, the United States Supreme Court rejects the application for a stay of execution for Simon Cruz.
15. Celestial Navigation Josh lectures to a large group of college students, recounting one day in the life of the harried senior White House staff.
16. 20 Hours in L.A. 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.
17. The White House Pro-Am The First Lady's public comments on a White House appointment create problems for the President because he's afraid of incurring his wife's wrath.
18. Six Meetings Before Lunch The Senate confirms Mendoza's appointment to the Supreme Court.
19. Let Bartlet be Bartlet Two members of the Federal Election Commission resign. Sam and Toby meet with military officers and congressmen to discuss homosexuals serving in the military.
20. Mandatory Minimums Armed with a new resolve to take chances, the Bartlet administration tackles the drug enforcement policy.
21. Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics Bartlet works to reform campaign finance by changing the makeup of the members on the Federal Campaign Commission.
22. What Kind of Day Has it Been? An American Air Force fighter plane gets shot down over Iraq, and, eventually, the pilot is successfully rescued.
|Starring||Rob Lowe, Moira Kelly|
|Supporting actors||Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Richard Schiff, John Spencer, Bradley Whitford, Martin Sheen, Timothy Busfield, Renée Estevez, Charley Lang, Janel Moloney, Allison Smith, Tim Matheson, Kathryn Joosten, NiCole Robinson, Devika Parikh, Jana Lee Hamblin, Robyn Pedretti, Shirley Scott|
|Producers||Rick Cleveland, Robert W. Glass III, Kristin Harms, Julie Herlocker, Michael Hissrich, Ron Osborn, Jeff Reno, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, John Wells, Llewellyn Wells|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Recently bought this 1st season to watch on the treadmill, never saw it before. This is such a great series! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Charlie
I've watched this series from beginning to end 6 or 7 times all the way through. Never gets old.Published 13 days ago by Mark Twain
As I revisit this series I’m reminded of just how excellent it truly was (and remains). Aaron Sorkin’s writing features fast-paced dialogue replete with whip-cracking humor, truly... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Dean
It was fun to go back and revisit the first season. You can see how the pace and the writing got off to a great start. Nothing like it on TV at the time.Published 17 days ago by A. Stobie
As noted in my review of the second season, I really enjoy the West Wing. I hadn't been watching the series in the first season, accidentally came on board with the second season. Read morePublished 18 days ago by pamh