The West Wing 7 Seasons 2001
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1. Isaac and Ishmael The premiere episode of the third season of "The West Wing" deals with some of the questions and issues facing the world in the wake of the tragedies that recently occurred in America.
2. Manchester, Part 1 Bartlet announces that he intends to seek reelection.
3. Manchester, Part 2 Bartlet refines his speech for a major reelection announcement, while his staff works uneasily with a heavyweight political strategist (RON SILVER) on this issue of whether or not Bartlet should include a public apology in his remarks.
4. Ways and Means C.J. cunningly reveals clues to the press that could force Rollins to be ousted and replaced by someone more favorable to the administration.
5. On the Day Before As a State Department dinner nears, Bartlet boldly vetoes the "death tax" bill, but his staff must scramble when they learn that the House of Representatives has enough votes to override the veto.
6. War Crimes After a church shooting, Bartlet asks reluctant Vice President John Hoynes to speak at an antigun rally in Texas, but the uneasy allies confront each other in a starkly frank showdown.
7. Gone Quiet When an American spy submarine suddenly loses contact with the U.S. in hostile North Korean waters, a concerned Bartlet receives advice from Assistant Secretary of State Albie Duncan.
8. The Indians In the Lobby While Bartlet worries about where he will be on Thanksgiving--and how to best cook a gourmet turkey--C.J. meets with two Native Americans, Maggie and Jack, who are camped in the White House lobby.
9. The Women of Qumar At Abbey's urging, Josh meets with a powerful women's caucus over the proposed language of a United Nations treaty banning prostitution.
10. Bartlet for America Leo fears the worst when he testifies in the congressional investigation into Bartlet's lack of public disclosure about his illness.
11. H. Con-172 Leo defiantly rejects the Congressional Oversight Committee's offer of a public censure of Bartlet that would finally bring an end to the investigation.
12. 100,000 Airplanes While the White House staff works intensely on Bartlet's crucial State of the Union speech, Bartlet suddenly demands the inclusion of a passage that promises a crusade to cure cancer.
13. The Two Bartlets Bartlet and his staff ponder whether or not to counter a fast-rising Republican presidential candidate's verbal assault on affirmative action.
14. Night Five Bartlet consults a psychiatrist, Dr. Stanley Keyworth, for a troubling sleep disorder and receives a sobering personal assessment.
15. Hartsfield's Landing Bartlet engages both Sam and Toby in intricate chess matches that mirror the wily game of brinksmanship that Bartlet is playing with the Chinese, who are conducting war games in the Taiwan Strait.
16. Dead Irish Writers As Abbey contemplates the likelihood that her medical license will be taken away the following day, she grumpily attends a big White House party for her birthday.
17. The U.S. Poet Laureate Bartlet makes a disparaging comment about a potential Republican nominee after a television interview, not realizing that he is still being recorded.
18. Stirred When a large truck carrying uranium fuel rods crashes in a remote Idaho tunnel, Bartlet's staff prepares for a potential environmental--or terrorist--crisis.
19. Enemies Foreign and Domestic As Sam finalizes the maddening details of Bartlet's upcoming summit with the Russian president, satellite photographs reveal an Iranian nuclear bomb facility built with Russian technology.
20. The Black Vera Wang Bartlet and his staff rush to deal with an anticipated terrorist attack over a broad area. Meanwhile, C.J. has trouble adjusting to being protected by a handsome and capable Secret Service agent.
21. We Killed Yamamoto Bartlet agonizes over whether or not to forfeit the principle of diplomatic immunity for an important Middle Eastern official who is known to be plotting terrorism.
22. Posse Comitatus In the season finale, Bartlet makes a life-or-death decision regarding a foreign diplomat who is a known terrorist.
23. The West Wing Special Episode "The West Wing" blends drama with reality in this groundbreaking documentary episode that includes interviews with former Presidents and White House figures.
|Starring||Rob Lowe, Stockard Channing|
|Supporting actors||Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, John Spencer, Bradley Whitford, Martin Sheen, Ron Silver, Marlee Matlin, Anna Deavere Smith, Evan Handler, Connie Britton, NiCole Robinson, Bill O'Brien, Glenn Morshower, Victor McCay, Peter James Smith, William Duffy|
|Executive Producer||Neal Ahern Jr.|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Although I don't think this season was as strong as Seasons One and Two, it was still captivating and kept me coming back!
The one star is for Amazon. The series is great, but Amazon took it off of Prime mid-week for no apparent reason. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Wendy M.
This is a great show and cannot curtail why it is gone from Amazon Prime. Amazon needs to do whatever possible to bring this amazing piece of cinematography back to the masses.Published 1 month ago by Jeff Everett
I was really enjoying the series when suddenly i was not able to continue. I could see the names of the episodes but the icon to play them disappeared. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Authry Pegues Jr.
I didn't get to finish it. I ordered it through Amazon Prime and was about 1/3 of the way through the episode entitled "The Two Bartletts" when all of a sudden I was... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carolyn J. Mayer
The show was ahead of its time. I'm watching it now and it's still currant.Published 1 month ago by bradley steffen
Classic, educational and wonderful entertainment all at once. Martin Sheen is everything we wish a president could be. I can watch this over and over... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas J. Peashey IV