The nuclear accident in California spells bad news for the Vinick campaign, following the revelation of Vinick's prior lobbying for the plant involved in the accident and his support of nuclear power in general. With Vinick having lost his lead in many states, the Republican party recommends a change in staff and message. Meanwhile, amidst a celebratory mood in the Santos campaign Donna and Josh have a "moment" alone. Written by
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John Spencer's final appearance is in this episode (Leo McGarry) before he unexpectedly died of a heart attack at the age of 59. His character's sudden passing was dealt with in the episodes "Election Day" and "Election Day Part II." See more
When Josh is talking to the White House Advanced Scheduling regarding Leo's inability to attend a night meeting, he takes the cell phone from Annabeth and placed the back of the cell phone on his ear. The front face of the cell phone is clearly visible when the camera pans to Josh's left. This is corrected in the next shot. See more
Why is there hugging?
Vinick has a cold.
Well, that's precious.
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Written by W.G. Snuffy Walden
Performed by Pete Anthony See more