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The Crackpots and These Women 

On the series' first "Big Block of Cheese" Day (nicknamed "Total Crackpot Day" by Josh), staffers meet with reps of various organizations causes, e.g., C.J. hosts a group that wants $900 ... See full summary »

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Charlie Young
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Stanley
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Zoey Bartlet
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Cathy
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On the series' first "Big Block of Cheese" Day (nicknamed "Total Crackpot Day" by Josh), staffers meet with reps of various organizations causes, e.g., C.J. hosts a group that wants $900 million for a "wolves only" highway. The president has everyone to the residence for a homemade chili party, we learn about Mrs. Landingham's past, and Zoey is introduced to the group, including Charlie, for whom the intro soon becomes fateful (recurring romantic relationship throughout the series). Written by Anonymous

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20 October 1999 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Zoey Bartlets Secret Service codename was "Bookbag". In Robert Altmans political mockumentary miniseries Tanner '88 the daughter of candidate Tanner is also called "Bookbag" by the Secret Service. See more »

Goofs

When Josh is listening to "Ave Maria" he claims that Schubert was crazy. Medically speaking, this was untrue and it's more than likely that the writers were thinking of composer Robert Schumann, who did in fact end up in an insane asylum towards the end of his life. See more »

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Toby Ziegler: Charlie, guard the new guy.
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References The Godfather (1972) See more »

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