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"The West Wing" Tomorrow (TV Episode 2006) Poster

(TV Series)

(2006)

Trivia

The action for the swearing in was actually shot on a small replica of the capitol platform built on a parking lot at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank.
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As the Bartlets prepare to return to "normal" life, Abby asks President Bartlet "When's the last time you drove a car?" to which he replies "It's just like riding a bike, except with more horsepower, right?" The very first episode of "The West Wing" opened with the staff having to react to news of President Bartlet falling off a bicycle.
President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet does a final walk through the West Wing thanking all his staff. At one point he stops and talks with Nancy and, asking about her mother, says, "I hope to see her real soon." Nancy is played by Renée Estevez, Martin Sheen's daughter; Renée Estevez's mother is Martin Sheen's wife, Janet, to whom Sheen has been married since 1961.
Both the season premiere and series finale have the current President asking "What's next?" at or near the end of the episode. President Bartlet to Mrs. Landingham in the premiere and President Santos to Josh Lyman in the finale. The premiere ended with the question, but the finale had one more scene; President and Mrs. Bartlet on the plane.
Along with "Undecideds", one of the only episodes that show the episode title in black lettering on a white background, instead of the opposite way, signifying the change in power and a brighter future.
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One of the names announced while the President-elect and Mrs. Santos are waiting to go out is William Clinton.
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Just before President Bartlet (Martin Sheen) signs Toby Ziegler's (Richard Schiff) letter of pardon, we get a glimpse of the text of the letter.

The final paragraph ends with 'In this District of Columbia, on this twentieth day of January, in the year of Our Lord.'. The year is missing to help keep the continuation of this fictional presidency 'correct' right up to the end of this episode, the last ever in the series.
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Early in the episode Abby Bartlett asks President Bartlett "Who, in his right mind decided that January would be the best time of year to hold an outdoor ceremony North of the equator?". Bartlett responds with the names of some of the founding fathers. Actually, the date of the inauguration was originally set in March. It wasn't moved to January until the 1930's.
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When President Bartlett is doing his final rounds of the west wing, he asks Nancy how her mother is and that he is 'looking forward to seeing her again soon'. Nancy is played by Martin Sheen's daughter Renee Estevez, her real mother Janet Sheen, of course being Martin Sheen's real wife.
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This episode reveals that Presidents Harrison, Kennedy, and Clinton existed in the West Wing universe.
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Last show of the series.
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Allison Smith guest-stars in this episode in her recurring role as Mallory McGarry O'Brien. Smith started in show business at age ten by playing the title role in the Broadway Musical "Annie," in which she performed the song "Tomorrow"; this episode is also called "Tomorrow."
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As President Bartlet says good-bye to various White House staffers, he speaks to "Nancy", one of the assistants, and says, "Nancy, how is your mother doing?" and "Tell her I'm looking forward to seeing her again soon, would you please?" "Nancy" was played by Renee Estevez, Martin Sheen's daughter, with Janet Sheen.
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Aaron Sorkin: one of the White House aides sitting in the stands in the Inauguration scene.

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