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No Exit 

When a bio-hazard alarm goes off in the White House, the staff are locked down where they are - forcing them to have conversations they would have otherwise avoided.

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Abbey Bartlet
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Charlie Young
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C.J. Cregg
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Will Bailey
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Donna Moss
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Toby Ziegler
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Leo McGarry
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Josh Lyman
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President Josiah 'Jed' Bartlet
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Kate Harper
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Secret Service Agent Ron Butterfield
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Dr. Mike Gordon
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Jack Sosa
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Agt. Broder
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When a bio-hazard alarm goes off in the White House, the staff are locked down where they are - forcing them to have conversations they would have otherwise avoided.

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28 April 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The title is a reference to 'Huis Clos', the 1944 existentialist play by Jean-Paul Sartre, which is most often translated into English as "No Exit". The premise of the episode is similar to the play's - in both works, several people are confined to rooms they are unable to leave and as a result have sometimes painful conversations that they would not otherwise have had. Toby and Will's conversation refers to the play without naming it, and Will repeats its famous line "Hell is other people." See more »

Goofs

It is stated that Tularemia is plague. This is slightly misleading. While one of the colloquialisms for Tularemia is Pahvant Valley Plague, it was not the cause of The Plague of the 1300's (aka The Black Death). The Plague was caused by Yersenia pestis. See more »

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References Hogan's Heroes (1965) See more »

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West Wing Suite
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Written by W.G. Snuffy Walden
Performed by Pete Anthony
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