The West Wing: Season 4, Episode 20

Evidence of Things Not Seen (23 Apr. 2003)

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Trying to participate in a late-night staff poker game proves difficult as news arrives that an unmanned U.S. spy plane has crashed in a remote part of Russia, and Bartlet and Leo have to ... See full summary »

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Trying to participate in a late-night staff poker game proves difficult as news arrives that an unmanned U.S. spy plane has crashed in a remote part of Russia, and Bartlet and Leo have to deal with an incensed Russian President Chagorin and convince him via phone to let the military go in and recover the plane; C.J. obsesses over the fact that on the exact moment of the spring equinox (today), you can stand an egg on end; Toby and Will have a card-flipping contest in the press room, during which someone from the street fires several bullets into the room; Debbie must "crash" the West Wing for the first time when the bullets fly; at the same time, Josh is interviewing associate counsel applicant Joe Quincy, and there's something about the well-qualified lawyer that bothers Josh, which he deduces during the lock down. Written by meebly

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When C.J. responds to Toby's question, "Faith?", she's quotes the Bible, Hebrews 11:1. This episode's title is also taken from this verse. See more »

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Will Bailey speaks of going to Cheyenne Wyoming for Minuteman III issues. He refers to the base "Cheyenne Mountain." Cheyenne Mountain is in Colorado. The base in Cheyenne Wyoming that manages Minuteman IIIs is F.E. Warren AFB. See more »

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Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: The substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen.
Toby Ziegler: Yeah, but I think what he's asking - Bump ten - I think what he's asking is why, on most other nights, do you think the world's going to hell in a hula hoop, but tonight...?
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: We dip twice and eat gefilte fish?
Toby Ziegler: Suzy Creamcheese, do not attempt the Haggadah.
Claudia Jean 'C.J.' Cregg: I know how to bless the soup, too.
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you damn well better look like Ainsley Hayes
29 November 2012 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

Late at night, shots are fired at the White House, which goes into crash mode. Jed is on the phone with the Russian president, talking about a lost spy plane. Josh is interviewing a counsel's office applicant (Matthew Perry - FRIENDS, STUDIO 60) who is being mum about his republican affiliation. Keep your sidelong glances and snide sneers, Matt does an impeccable job. The position he's applying for is Ainsley's...the first time we learn that she's gone. At first, one is quite sad upon hearing this...but when you think about it, did you really want to have her live in a Seaborn-less world? Lily is a delight at the poker table. Plus a lil' Butterfield, a little Zoey...just very nice.


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