The West Wing 7 Seasons 2002
1. 20 Hours in America, Part 1 The reelection campaign of President Josiah Bartlet is underway and moving quickly.
2. 20 Hours in America, Part 2 Leo McGarry and Admiral Fitzwallace become anxious when they learn that the country of Qumar has reopened its investigation into the death of one of its officials.
3. College Kids Bartlet's staff prepares a legal team to deal with the inquiry into Bartlet's involvement in the Qumari assassination.
4. The Red Mass Bartlet ponders the potential consequences of ordering a strike force to overtake a barricaded gang of domestic terrorists in Iowa, one of whom is a noncombatant requiring medical attention.
5. Debate Camp While on a weekend retreat to prepare for the crucial upcoming debates, Bartlet must also deal with an Israeli air attack on Qumar that could cause havoc in the Mideast.
6. Game On One day before a debate between Bartlet and his Republican rival, Governor Robert Ritchie (recurring guest star JAMES BROLIN), even skeptical Toby must admit that Bartlet is ready.
7. Election Night On Election Day, Bartlet and his staff begin counting exit poll votes across the country.
8. Process Stories As the White House staffers rejoice after Bartlet's win, the outcome of a bizarre congressional race in a conservative California district provides them with a surprising idea.
9. Swiss Diplomacy Bartlet ponders the immense political ramifications of honoring a secret request from the uncompromising Iranian Ayatollah to allow his son to be flown to the United States for life-saving surgery.
10. Arctic Radar Sam prepares his California congressional campaign and refers talented campaign manager Will Bailey to Toby for a review of Will's speechwriting skills.
11. Holy Night A winter storm blankets the northeast as a staffer gets a surprising visit from his father, and Bartlet and Leo start to hear the footsteps.
12. Guns Not Butter The staff joins together to fight a losing battle on a foreign aid vote in the Senate.
13. The Long Goodbye C.J. reluctantly returns home to Dayton, Ohio, to speak at her 20th high school class reunion.
14. Inauguration, Part 1 A situation in an unimportant country on the other side of the world has Bartlet and his staff rewriting his address on the eve of his inauguration.
15. Inauguration, Part 2: Over There Preparations for the Presidential inauguration, and the parties that follow, continue as the White House cancels Bartlet's speech and moves closer to a historic military action.
16. The California 47th En route to California to support Sam's troubled campaign for Congress, Bartlet and his staff debate whether to announce a controversial tax plan.
17. Red Haven's On Fire Bartlet waits tensely for the results of a military strike intended to rescue three captive American soldiers in Africa.
18. Privateers Upset because an antiabortion provision has been attached to a foreign aid bill, Abbey asks Amy to secretly help defeat the bill, which was proposed by Bartlet.
19. Angel Maintenance As Air Force One is about to begin its descent into Andrews Air Force Base, a cockpit indicator light leads the crew to believe that the landing gear might not be locked down.
20. Evidence of Things Not Seen After a gunman fires three shots at the White House, the staff remains on lockdown. Meanwhile, Bartlet negotiates the return of a downed spy plane.
21. Life on Mars A seemingly benign press leak begins a journey that lasts for a day and a night and ends with the discovery of a scandal affecting the uppermost levels of the administration.
22. Commencement The U.S. is in a heightened state of alert because suspected terrorists have gone missing.
23. 25 In the season finale, Bartlet confronts a national crisis on the night of his daughter Zoey's graduation from Georgetown University.
|Director||John David Coles|
|Starring||Rob Lowe, Dulé Hill|
|Supporting actors||Allison Janney, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, John Spencer, Bradley Whitford, Martin Sheen, Mary-Louise Parker, Joshua Malina, John Amos, Christian Slater, Vyto Ruginis, Audrey Wasilewski, Renée Estevez, Ron Ostrow, Timothy Davis-Reed, Kris Murphy, Melissa Fitzgerald|
|Producers||Neal Ahern Jr., Kevin Falls, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Mindy Kanaskie, Christopher Misiano, Paul Redford, Thomas Schlamme, Aaron Sorkin, Patrick Ward, John Wells, Llewellyn Wells|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
How you'd hope Washington would work, knowing though that House of Cards is probably more like reality. Even though - I'm voting for Jeb Bartlett for President!Published 28 days ago by Robert Spinks
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The Series is excellent but doubling the price when I was half way through the series is just wrong...Published 2 months ago by Big Walt
Fourth season is said to be the best. No argument here. Character development is great. Rob Lowe still in cast.Published 4 months ago by SusanMerry
One of the best, most well-written and intelligent TV series available. I've watched it twice and am looking forward to seeing it again.Published 7 months ago by A. Holser