The West Wing (1999–2006)
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Special prosecutor Clem Rollins announces the grand jury subpoenas in the case of president's failure to disclose his MS to the public, and the list includes pretty much every West Wing ... See full summary »

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Charlie Young
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Toby Ziegler
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Connie Tate
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Douglas Wegland
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Clifford Calley
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Victor Campos
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Special prosecutor Clem Rollins announces the grand jury subpoenas in the case of president's failure to disclose his MS to the public, and the list includes pretty much every West Wing staffer and Bartlet family member; Sam and Connie meet with an important Latino activist from Calif. who is considering supporting a primary challenger to Bartlet; C.J. convinces everyone that the special prosecutor is too reasonable, and that the W.H. needs a "better enemy" in the investigation, prompting the staff to provoke a Congressional inquiry. Written by meebly

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24 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Connie tells Sam that she went to Oxford. Rob Lowe played a student at Oxford in Oxford Blues (1984). See more »

Goofs

Considerable attention is paid to the fact that the President had never vetoed a bill before. In The West Wing: In This White House, when Sam and Ainsley meet for the first time on "Capital Beat", Mark Gottfried asks Sam how the education bill the President is signing into law soon is different from the bill he had vetoed the week before. See more »

Quotes

Sam Seaborn: So, listen, there's a fire in Yellowstone Park.
Josh Lyman: Well, put it out.
Sam Seaborn: Technically, I'm not a professional firefighter, though there was a time I wanted to be.
Josh Lyman: When?
Sam Seaborn: When I was four.
Josh Lyman: When I was four, I wanted to be a ballerina.
Sam Seaborn: Yeah?
Josh Lyman: I don't like to talk about it.
Sam Seaborn: Ballerina?
Josh Lyman: I'd kinda like that not to get around.
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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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