The West Wing 7 Seasons 2003
1. 7A WF 83429 As the White House reels from the kidnapping of Zoey, the youngest daughter of Democratic U.S. President Josiah Edward Bartlet, the government is temporarily passed from the distraught Bartlet to the Republican party.
2. The Dogs of War The international crisis concerning the terrorist abduction of Bartlet's daughter Zoey reaches a critical point as Speaker of the House Glenallen Walken, the acting President, orders the bombardment of Qumari terrorist camps.
3. Jefferson Lives Following a harrowing chapter in the nation's history, the White House celebrates the Fourth of July. Bartlet endures the painful process of nominating a candidate for vice president.
4. Han A renowned North Korean pianist is greeted at the White House for a solo performance, but the formalities change when the musician slips a message to the President stating that he wants to defect.
5. Constituency of One After Josh is hailed as the "101st Senator" in a newspaper profile, he clashes with conservative Senator Carrick, a Democrat from Idaho.
6. Disaster Relief Bartlet is preoccupied with a killer tornado in Oklahoma and flies there to lend his support. But his compassion overrules good judgment, and Bartlet stays longer than planned.
7. Separation of Powers The President's staff wrangles with new Speaker of the House Jeff Haffley over the pending federal budget. Meanwhile, Toby dispatches former Supreme Court clerk and friend Joe Quincy to check on the condition of stricken Chief Justice Roy Ashland.
8. Shutdown A disastrous fiscal crisis looms when the federal government is shut down after the President and the powerful Republican Speaker of the House disagree over an extra two percent in budget reductions that would trim many of Bartlet's key social programs.
9. Abu El Banat The festive Christmas spirit at the annual White House tree-lighting celebration is dimmed when the President learns that Christian relief workers have been jailed in Islamic Northern Sudan.
10. The Stormy Present When a former President of the United States dies, the two remaining ex- Presidents fly on Air Force One with Bartlet to attend the funeral. Onboard, Bartlet's two historic guests partake in a lively debate about their administrations.
11. The Benign Prerogative Toby finishes the State of the Union Address a few weeks early, and a pregnant Joey Lucas polls responses to the speech from everyday people.
12. Slow News Day Toby convinces Bartlet to secretly sanction his solo attempt to make history by reforming Social Security, but Toby's efforts to recruit a Republican senator and a Democratic cohort are publicly divulged.
13. The Warfare of Genghis Khan When the flash of a secret nuclear detonation is detected over the Indian Ocean, Bartlet calls upon his people to investigate which nation now has the atomic bomb.
14. An Khe When five crew members of an airborne Thunderchief are shot down by North Korean jets near the hostile country, President Bartlet dispatches a Navy SEAL team to retrieve them.
15. Full Disclosure The Bartlet administration reels from press leaks that former Vice President Hoynes is preparing a tell-all book that will embarrass the President and Leo as Hoynes plans to become a candidate for President of the United States.
16. Eppur Si Muove Bartlet becomes furious when a rival conservative congresswoman tries to end funding for a controversial National Institute of Health medical study by exposing the fact that Bartlet's daughter Ellie is working at the institute as a scientist.
17. The Supremes When a Republican Supreme Court justice suddenly dies, the Bartlet administration scrambles to find a worthy replacement, and the halls are filled with candidates.
18. Access Producing a program on past and present White House press secretaries, a television documentary crew follows C.J. around to film a "typical" day.
19. Talking Points On the eve of the President's controversial trade summit meeting in Brussels, Josh is troubled when he learns that Bartlet will reverse his position concerning the loss of American jobs to foreign nations.
20. No Exit After attending a formal dinner at another location, Bartlet and his staff return to the White House and experience an emergency quarantine inside the West Wing when the environmental hazard monitor detects a dangerous foreign substance.
21. Gaza Donna and Admiral Fitzwallace travel with a few Congressmen to the hotly disputed Gaza Strip on a fact-finding mission, trying to sort through the rival issues between the Palestinians and Israelis.
22. Memorial Day In the season finale, after the murders of high-ranking U.S. officials in the explosive Gaza Strip, Bartlet weighs appropriate military action.
|Director||Lesli Linka Glatter|
|Starring||Stockard Channing, Dulé Hill|
|Supporting actors||Allison Janney, Joshua Malina, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, John Spencer, Bradley Whitford, Martin Sheen, Lily Tomlin, Dylan Baker, Elisabeth Moss, Annabeth Gish, Steven Eckholdt, Nina Siemaszko, Ron Canada, NiCole Robinson, Mark Moses, Melissa Fitzgerald, Michael Krepack|
|Producers||Neal Ahern Jr., Eli Attie, Carol Flint, Alex Graves, Kristin Harms, Alexa Junge, Mindy Kanaskie, Christopher Misiano, Peter Noah, Lawrence O'Donnell, Paul Redford, Andrew Stearn, Patrick Ward, John Wells, Llewellyn Wells, John Sacret Young|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
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I spend all of my time on the treadmill at home watching DVDs. I am now on this season of WW. I wish I had watched it when it was on! Great cast, and very plausible scenarios. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Orr
love this entire series....aaron sorkin's dialogue is so fast paced and fun...and i love the characters.....Published 1 month ago by bj R
The Series is excellent but doubling the price when I was half way through the series is just wrong...Published 1 month ago by Big Walt
Not as good as the Sorkin-written seasons, but better than the shaky-camera Smits drivel of the next two seasons.Published 1 month ago by Chotty
I love this show. It is one that really holds up even though it has been off the air for many years. Great writing, great cast!Published 2 months ago by Shannon