A pair of skinheads open fire as the President leaves a lecture theater, causing panic, chaos and injury. As the drama at the George Washington Hospital unfolds, C.J. and Leo field questions about exactly who is in charge while the president undergoes surgery, and Toby is asked about Secret Service protection measures. Flashbacks show the birth of the "Bartlett for America" campaign: Josh is courted by Leo; on his way to see Bartlett speak in New Hampshire he stops off to visit Sam at his Manhattan law firm; Toby is drinking at a bar, convinced he will be fired for advice he's given Bartlett. Written by
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The hospital set seen in this episode and part 2 are the same sets used in ER
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While in the Situation Room, Dr. McNally and Leo discuss Section 202 of the National Security Act of 1947 to dispute who is in charge of national security interests in the President's absence. Section 202 was repealed by Section 307 of Public Law 87-651 (Act of September 7, 1962, 76 Stat. 526). See more
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Referenced in Entourage: The Sorkin Notes
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