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"The West Wing" Shutdown (TV Episode 2003) Poster

(TV Series)

(2003)

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During the early part of the shutdown Will is looking for coffee and C.J. tells him to "try Swings at 17th & G." M.E. Swing Company (www.swingscoffee.com) is located at that address and is across the street from the OEOB (Old Executive Office Building, part of the White House complex).
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Although this episode and the previous one are not viewed as a two-parter, it picks up where the previous one left off, with the last lines of the previous episode appearing as this episode's first.
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In both The West Wing: Separation of Powers (2003) and "Shutdown", Martin Sheen, as the President, faces off against Steven Culp, as the Speaker of the House. Both actors have portrayed Attorney General Robert F. "Bobby" Kennedy in the past. Martin Sheen played Kennedy in the TV drama The Missiles of October (1974) and Steven Culp played Kennedy on the big screen in Thirteen Days (2000).
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