The West Wing: Season 5, Episode 5

Constituency of One (29 Oct. 2003)

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While Will gets an enticing offer from the new Vice President, Josh finds himself responsible for a crucial mistake that could sorely embarrass the Administration. He isn't the only one on ... See full summary »

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While Will gets an enticing offer from the new Vice President, Josh finds himself responsible for a crucial mistake that could sorely embarrass the Administration. He isn't the only one on the wrong side of the tracks as Amy finds out first hand why she shouldn't handle the First Family. Written by h_berry

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President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet: She
[Abby Bartlet]
President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet: has to be here to want things... and you don't have to be here at all!
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Where's Rip Taylor?
6 December 2012 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

The single most unrelentingly bleak episode of WEST WING, ever. Every character is receiving or dispensing misery. It's all tightly-written and acted, but...if ever we needed a little Rip Taylor, it's now. We do, however, have a little...Skeritt! Tom (M*A*S*H, ALIEN, STEEL MAGNOLIAS) drops in for a one-off as a democratic senator who switches partys. Will's defection to Russell is done, short-shrifting all the potential he had as a member of the inner circle. This move would have felt less clumsy if they'd had a scene of Leo overruling Toby's protests and allowing Will to go because Russell (the second-most important person in the land) needed much more capable handling.


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