The West Wing (Season 3) DVD Review
Since it first aired in late 1999, The West Wing has been one of the most popular drama series on TV. Hollywood veteran Martin Sheen plays the lead role of President Jed Bartlet in this show which chronicles daily events in the life of a president. The daily operations of Bartlet's White House are run by varying individuals such as Claudia "C." Cregg (Allison Janney), Sam Seaborn (Rob Lowe), Leo McGarry (John Spencer), Josh Lyman (Bradley Whitford), Toby Ziegler (Richard Schiff), and Charlie Young (Dule Hill). The West Wing focuses on these loyal attendants as they work around-the-clock to keep the White House running smoothly.
In so doing, the stresses of the job and various personal hardships make for a voyeuristic glimpse into what many believe to be an accurate snap-shot of White House working life… The West Wing (Season 3) DVD offers a number of dramatic episodes including the season premiere "Manchester: Part 1" in which C. mistakenly reveals during her press conference that President Bartlet suffers from a medical condition, prompting an onslaught of media attention regarding the president's health. In gearing up to spin the revelation, the staffers discuss whether or not Bartlet should apologize to the nation for failing to reveal the problem. Meanwhile, Abbey is not pleased when she learns that Jed has decided to run for re-election… Other notable episodes from Season 3 include "The Indians in the Lobby" in which a pair of Indians announce their plans to stand in the lobby of the Department of Interior until they receive an answer on their 15-year-old application to buy back lost Indian lands, and "Hartsfield's Landing" in which the staffers begin to execute their presidential primary strategy (beginning in New Hampshire) in their plan to win Bartlet's re-election… Below is a list of episodes included on The West Wing (Season 3) DVD: Episode 45 (Manchester: Part 1) Air Date: 10-17-2001 Episode 46 (Manchester: Part 2) Air Date: 10-24-2001 Episode 47 (Ways and Means) Air Date: 10-31-2001 Episode 48 (On the Day Before) Air Date: 11-07-2001 Episode 49 (War Crimes) Air Date: 11-14-2001 Episode 50 (Gone Quiet) Air Date: 11-21-2001 Episode 51 (The Indians in the Lobby) Air Date: 11-28-2001 Episode 52 (The Women of Qumar) Air Date: 12-12-2001 Episode 53 (Bartlet for America) Air Date: 01-09-2002 Episode 54 (H.
Con-172) Air Date: 01-16-2002 Episode 55 (100,000 Airplanes) Air Date: 01-30-2002 Episode 56 (The Two Bartlets) Air Date: 02-06-2002 Episode 57 (Night Five) Air Date: 02-27-2002 Episode 58 (Hartsfield's Landing) Air Date: 03-06-2002 Episode 59 (Dead Irish Writers) Air Date: 03-27-2002 Episode 60 (The U. Poet Laureate) Air Date: 04-03-2002 Episode 61 (Stirred) Air Date: 05-01-2002 Episode 62 (Enemies Foreign and Domestic) Air Date: 05-08-2002 Episode 63 (The Black Vera Wang) Air Date: 05-15-2002 Episode 64 (We Killed Yamamoto) Air Date: 05-15-2002 Episode 65 (Posse Comitatus) Air Date: 05-22-2002.
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