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The West Wing season 1

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22 episodes (1499 views)

Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Martin Sheen, Dulé Hill, Bradley Whitford, Alan Alda, Allison Janney, Janel Moloney, Jimmy Smits, John Spencer, Joshua Malina, Mary McCormack, Moira Kelly, Richard Schiff, Rob Lowe, Stockard Channing Genre:Drama Channel:NBC Status:Ended

9.4 (98 votes)

The tv series “West Wing” tells us the story about the lives of employees and residents of the White House. We will see working day of president of America and all of its employees. Events of the show slightly open the veil of secrecy about how important person in the country make key decisions for the country and their daily work, which in some cases, not quite bring the expected result. We’ll see how they winnings and losses. “The West Wing” is an American television series created by Aaron Sorkin and who went on TV NBC from 1999 to 2006. On account of the crew and actors “West Wing” – two “Golden Globe” and 26 “Emmy”, including the “Best Drama Series”.

The West Wing season 1 episodes list:

Episode #0: (air date: )
Episode #1: Pilot (air date: 1999-09-22)

In the series premiere, the White House staff is being called into work in the early hours of the morning to the news that the President of the United States has crashed his bicycle into a tree, much to the enjoyment of the press. The staff must run damage control on this and a gaffe by Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman who, after provocation by Christian activist Mary Marsh on a televised debate, quips "Lady, the God you pray to is too busy being indicted for tax fraud." Also, Deputy Communications Director Sam Seaborn meets and spends an evening with Laurie (Lisa Edelstein), not knowing she is a call girl, and then accidentally tells White House Chief of Staff Leo McGarry's daughter, Mallory O'Brien, about it.

Episode #2: Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc (air date: 1999-09-29)

The Vice President refuses to fall in line with Bartlet; Sam discusses the problem of Laurie with Josh and Toby; the plane carrying President Bartlet's doctor, a naval officer, is shot down en route to Jordan; Bartlet hires Mandy as his consultant.

Episode #3: A Proportional Response (air date: 1999-10-06)

Still enraged at Morris's death, Bartlet makes a show of deadly force; C.J. is upset about being kept out of the loop about Laurie; Josh hires Charlie to be Bartlet's new personal assistant.

Episode #4: Five Votes Down (air date: 1999-10-13)

Five votes keep a very important gun-control bill from being passed and the staff has 72 hours to track down the errant congressmen;Toby is accused of manipulating the stock market by having a friend testify to Commerce on internet stocks; Leo's wife gets fed up with his long hours.

Episode #5: The Crackpots and These Women (air date: 1999-10-20)

The staffers spend the day ("Big Block of Cheese day") dealing with private organizations, aka the crackpots. Throughout the day, Sam deals with a UFO nut, CJ gets a proposal to build a wolves-only road, Toby and Bartlet clash over everything, and Josh is overwhelmed by guilt regarding his sister's death.

Episode #6: Mr. Willis of Ohio (air date: 1999-11-03)

Toby and Mandy push for a commerce bill with a census-counting provision, with three votes as the deciding factor; Sam tutors C.J. on the finer points of the census; Josh & Sam take Charlie out for a beer and are joined by Zoey and Mallory. Zoey faces a potentially dangerous situation when she goes out for the evening.

Episode #7: The State Dinner (air date: 1999-11-10)

The president of Indonesia is honored at a state dinner; the staff deals with Hurricane Sarah, a potential teamster strike, and a raid involving children in Idaho; a reporter flirts with C.J.

Episode #8: Enemies (air date: 1999-11-17)

Bartlet and Hoynes argue in front of the Cabinet; C.J. fends off Danny's advances when she suspects he's after a big story; Mallory asks Sam out; the staff leaps hurdles to pass a banking bill.

Episode #9: The Short List (air date: 1999-11-24)

Bartlet struggles to name a nominee to the Supreme Court when the perfect nominee turns out to be not so perfect; A congressman attacks the staff, claiming that 1 in 3 use drugs.

Episode #10: In Excelsis Deo (air date: 1999-12-15)

Toby tries to arrange a proper funeral for a homeless veteran; Josh and Sam try to set up a preemptive strike against Lillienfield, who is attacking Leo because of his prior drug and alcohol problem; CJ tries to get the staff to revisit the hate crimes issue; Bartlet sneaks out to do some last minute shopping.

Episode #11: Lord John Marbury (air date: 2000-01-05)

War breaks out between India and Pakistan and Bartlet consults with Lord John Marbury; Toby accuses C.J. of being too friendly with the press when she objects to being kept in the dark; the staff realizes that Lillienfield's efforts to bring down Leo are going to get ugly when Josh gets a subpoena.

Episode #12: He Shall, from Time to Time (air date: 2000-01-12)

Bartlet collapses before his first State of the Union address; Leo publicly admits to his former alcoholism and drug abuse; things get interesting romantically for both Sam and C.J.; Lord John Marbury helps the staff negotiate an agreement between India and Pakistan.

Episode #13: Take Out the Trash Day (air date: 2000-01-26)

Josh and Sam are able to make a bargain to keep Leo from going through a hearing, at the expense of a new sex education report. Mandy doesn't think a couple should be present at the signing of a new hate crimes bill instigated by the death of their son. Toby contends with some of PBS's detractors.

Episode #14: Take This Sabbath Day (air date: 2000-02-09)

After the Supreme Court refuses to stay the execution of a convicted murderer, Bartlet has forty-eight hours to decide whether or not to commute the sentence; Josh faces off with Joey Lucas about his staff's not backing her candidate as vigorously as she'd like.

Episode #15: Celestial Navigation (air date: 2000-02-16)

Toby and Sam travel to Connecticut to get Roberto Mendoza released from jail; Josh must run a press briefing when C.J. has an emergency root canal.

Episode #16: 20 Hours in L.A. (air date: 2000-02-23)

Bartlet and the senior staff fly to California to attend an important fundraiser; Hoynes must decide whether he will support Bartlet's stance or go with his convictions when the Senate is deadlocked on an ethanol tax bill.

Episode #17: The White House Pro-Am (air date: 2000-03-22)

Abbey keeps the staff busy with the fallout when she leaks her personal preference for a Federal Reserve Board appointment and discusses child labor on a talk show, prompting a Congresswoman to offer an amendment which could shoot down the entire international tariff bill; Charlie's date with Zoey is cancelled because of threats by a white supremacist group.

Episode #18: Six Meetings Before Lunch (air date: 2000-04-05)

Mendoza is confirmed by the Senate; Mandy needs Toby's help to replace a dead panda bear; Sam angers Mallory when she reads a position paper that he wrote supporting school vouchers; Josh meets with Jeff Breckenridge, who is irritating certain Congressmen with his stance on slavery reparations.

Episode #19: Let Bartlet Be Bartlet (air date: 2000-04-26)

Mandy's old memo about Bartlet administration weaknesses surfaces; Josh tries to get administration nominees appointed to the Federal Elections Committee; Sam works to get a better policy on gays in the military.

Episode #20: Mandatory Minimums (air date: 2000-05-03)

Andrea Wyatt insists that mandatory minimums be added to a new drug policy the staff is developing; C.J. makes a mistake and sets them back.

Episode #21: Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics (air date: 2000-05-10)

Bartlet gets closer to making the FEC campaign finance reform-friendly, but his opponents strike back by making Sam's former dalliance with the call girl public knowledge; CJ waits anxiously for the administration's approval rating.

Episode #22: What Kind of Day Has It Been? (air date: 2000-05-17)

The staff deals with the crisis of an American pilot who was shot down in Iraq; Toby's brother is in danger on a space shuttle whose doors won't close; Bartlet and the senior staff walk into trouble as they leave a town meeting.

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