The West Wing: Season 2, Episode 14

The War at Home (14 Feb. 2001)

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President Bartlet is fighting a war on two fronts as he tries to rescue hostages in Colombia and deal with explaining to his wife why he's breaking his word to her by running for a 2nd term.

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President Bartlet is fighting a war on two fronts as he tries to rescue hostages in Colombia and deal with explaining to his wife why he's breaking his word to her by running for a 2nd term.

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Martin Sheen starred in the film The War at Home (1996), which was also directed by his son Emilio Estevez. See more »

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While the President is being briefed about the hostages being moved, a scene shot from behind the President (time index 2:03) shows a photo being passed to a female military officer directly to the President's right. In the next shot the woman is now a man, Mickey. See more »

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President Josiah Bartlet: What are you, my Zen master? Can I be in charge of my own mind?
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