The West Wing

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Season 7 | Cast |

The West Wing (1999-2006) is Aaron Sorkin's longest-running and most successful show. Sorkin's fast paced-dialogue, wit and sense of extreme earnestness is perfectly suited to a series following the President of the United States and his staff (if these people screw up especially badly, it really could be the end of the world, rather than just feeling that way). Although the series suffered from Sorkin's departure at the end of Season 4, under John Wells' supervision it continued to produce dramatic, compelling television right up to the end.

Season One

1.1 Pilot
1.2 Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc
1.3 A Proportional Response
1.4 Five Votes Down
1.5 The Crackpots and These Women
1.6 Mr. Willis of Ohio
1.7 The State Dinner
1.8 Enemies
1.9 The Short List
1.10 In Excelsis Deo
1.11 Lord John Marbury
1.12 He Shall, from Time to Time...
1.13 Take Out the Trash Day
1.14 Take This Sabbath Day
1.15 Celestial Navigation
1.16 20 Hours in L.A.
1.17 The White House Pro-Am
1.18 Six Meetings Before Lunch
1.19 Let Bartlet Be Bartlet
1.20 Mandatory Minimums
1.21 Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics
1.22 What Kind of Day Has It Been?

Season Two

2.1 In the Shadow of Two Gunmen, Part 1
2.2 In the Shadow of Two Gunmen, Part 2
2.3 The Midterms
2.4 In This White House
2.5 And It's Surely to Their Credit
2.6 The Lame Duck Congress
2.7 The Portland Trip
2.8 Shibboleth
2.9 Galileo
2.10 Noël
2.11 The Leadership Breakfast
2.12 The Drop-In
2.13 Bartlet's Third State of the Union
2.14 The War at Home
2.15 Ellie
2.16 Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail
2.17 The Stackhouse Filibuster
2.18 17 People
2.19 Bad Moon Rising
2.20 The Fall's Gonna Kill You
2.21 18th and Potomac
2.22 Two Cathedrals

Isaac and Ishmael

Season Three

3.1 Manchester, Part 1
3.2 Manchester, Part 2
3.3 Ways and Means
3.4 On the Day Before
3.5 War Crimes
3.6 Gone Quiet
3.7 The Indians in the Lobby
3.8 The Women of Qumar
3.9 Bartlet for America
3.10 H.Con - 172
3.11 100,000 Airplanes
3.12 The Two Bartlets
3.13 Night Five
3.14 Hartsfield's Landing
3.15 Dead Irish Writers
3.16 The U.S. Poet Laureate
3.17 Stirred
3.18 Enemies Foreign and Domestic
3.19 The Black Vera Wang
3.20 We Killed Yamamoto
3.21 Posse Comitatus

Season Four

4.1 20 Hours in America, Part 1
4.2 20 Hours in America, Part 2
4.3 College Kids
4.4 The Red Mass
4.5 Debate Camp
4.6 Game On
4.7 Election Night
4.8 Process Stories
4.9 Swiss Diplomacy
4.10 Arctic Radar
4.11 Holy Night
4.12 Guns Not Butter
4.13 The Long Goodbye
4.14 Inauguration Part 1
4.15 Inauguration Part 2
4.16 The California 47th
4.17 Red Haven's on Fire
4.18 Privateers
4.19 Angel Maintenance
4.20 Evidence of Things Not Seen
4.21 Life On Mars
4.22 Commencement
4.23 Twenty-Five

Season Five

5.1 7A WF 83429
5.2 The Dogs of War
5.3 Jefferson Lives
5.4 Han
5.5 Constituency of One
5.6 Disaster Relief
5.7 Separation of Powers
5.8 Shutdown
5.9 Abu el Banat
5.10 The Stormy Present
5.11 The Benign Prerogative
5.12 Slow News Day
5.13 The Warfare of Genghis Khan
5.14 An Khe
5.15 Full Disclosure
5.16 Eppur Si Muove
5.17 The Supremes
5.18 Access
5.19 Talking Points
5.20 No Exit
5.21 Gaza
5.22 Memorial Day

Season Six

6.1 NSF Thurmont
6.2 The Birnam Wood
6.3 Third-Day Story
6.4 Liftoff
6.5 The Hubbert Peak
6.6 The Dover Test
6.7 A Change Is Gonna Come
6.8 In The Room
6.9 Impact Winter
6.10 Faith Based Initiative
6.11 Opposition Research
6.12 365 Days
6.13 King Corn
6.14 The Wake Up Call
6.15 Freedonia
6.16 Drought Conditions
6.17 A Good Day
6.18 La Palabra
6.19 Ninety Miles Away
6.20 In God We Trust
6.21 Things Fall Apart
6.22 2162 Votes

Season Seven

7.1 The Ticket
7.2 The Mommy Problem
7.3 Message of the Week
7.4 Mr. Frost
7.5 Here Today
7.6 The Al Smith Dinner
7.7 The Debate
7.8 Undecideds
7.9 The Wedding
7.10 Running Mates
7.11 Internal Displacement
7.12 Duck and Cover
7.13 The Cold
7.14 Two Weeks Out
7.15 Welcome to Wherever You Are
7.16 Election Day Part 1
7.17 Election Day Part 2
7.18 Requiem
7.19 Transition
7.20 The Last Hurrah
7.21 Institutional Memory
7.22 Tomorrow

Cast

Bradley Whitford (Josh Lyman)
Martin Sheen (President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet)
Allison Janney (C.J. Cregg)
John Spencer (Leo McGarry)
Janel Moloney (Donna Moss)
Richard Schiff (Toby Ziegler)
Dulé Hill (Charlie Young)
NiCole Robinson (Margaret Hooper)
Melissa Fitzgerald (Carol Fitzpatrick)
Rob Lowe (Sam Seaborn)
Joshua Malina (Will Bailey)
Stockard Channing (Abbey Bartlet)