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The West Wing/18th and Potomac

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18th and Potomac
Season 2, Episode 21
Airdate May 9, 2001
Production Number 226221
Writer(s) teleplay
Aaron Sorkin
story
Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr.
Director(s) Robert Berlinger
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18th and Potomac is the twenty-first episode of the second season of The West Wing, and the forty-third episode overall.

Starring: Rob Lowe (Sam Seaborn), Dulé Hill (Charlie Young), Allison Janney (C.J. Cregg), Janel Moloney (Donna Moss), Richard Schiff (Toby Ziegler), John Spencer (Leo McGarry), Bradley Whitford (Josh Lyman)

And Martin Sheen (President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet)

Special Guest Stars: Stockard Channing (Abbey Bartlet), Oliver Platt (Oliver Babish)

And Marlee Matlin (Joey Lucas)

Guest Starring: Anna Deavere Smith (Nancy McNally), John Rubinstein (Andy Ritter), Peter Michael Goetz (Paul Hacket), Richard McGonagle (Warren), Robert Walden (Rossitter), Kathryn Joosten (Mrs. Landingham), NiCole Robinson (Margaret Hooper), Gregalan Williams (Robbie Mosley), Victor McCay (Jake Dandridge), Glenn Morshower (Mike Chysler), Bill O'Brien (Kenny Thurman)

Co-Starring: Melissa Fitzgerald (Carol), Devika Parikh (Bonnie), Thomas Spencer (Officer #1), Bradley James (Secret Service Agent), Ana Mercedes (Sally), Roger Ontiveros (Sidney), Kris Murphy (Katie), Mindy Seeger (Chris), Timothy Davis-Reed (Mark), Charles Noland (Steve), Wendy Haines (Abbey's Agent), Eric A. Payne (Agent at Door), Gary Cervantes (Dunn)

Contents

Plot Overview

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes