In the wake of his daughter's kidnapping, Bartlet must make a decision between being a father and being President.
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In the DVD commentary it is mentioned that the show had to deal with 12 - 16 real babies and their mothers for the scene in "25" where Toby has a private conversation with his newborn twins. See more
Leo incorrectly states that a 7700 transponder code is radio failure. 7500 is the code for hijack (which is correctly referenced), 7600 is the code for radio failure, 7700 is emergency (which is code the President asks Leo about). See more
[holding his twin babies
I didn't realize babies come with hats. You guys crack me up. You don't have jobs. You can't walk or speak the language. You don't have a dollar in your pockets but you got yourselves a hat so everything's fine. I don't want to alarm you or anything, but I'm Dad. And for you, son - for you - this will be the last time I pass the buck, but I think it should be clear from the get-go that it was Mom who named you Huckleberry. I guess she was feeling like life doesn't ...
Typically West Wing episodes open with a title credit using white lettering on black background. This episode, and the previous episode's ending "created by" credit have black lettering on white background. See more
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Written by W.G. Snuffy Walden
Performed by Pete Anthony See more