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The West Wing/Angel Maintenance
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Angel Maintenance is the nineteenth episode of the fourth season of The West Wing, and the eighty-fourth episode overall.
Starring: Dulé Hill (Charlie Young), Allison Janney (C.J. Cregg), Joshua Malina (Will Bailey), Janel Moloney (Donna Moss), Richard Schiff (Toby Ziegler), John Spencer (Leo McGarry), Bradley Whitford (Josh Lyman)
Guest Starring: Thom Barry (Congressman Mark Richardson), Matt McCoy (Congressman Tom Landis), James Morrison (Colonel Jessie Weiskopf), NiCole Robinson (Margaret Hooper), George Wyner (Congressman Simmel), Gregory Jbara (Congressman Segal)
Co-Starring: Mindy Seeger (Chris), Charles Noland (Steve), Randolph Brooks (Arthur), Timothy Davis-Reed (Mark), Kris Mutphy (Katie), Ron Ostrow (John), William Duffy (Larry), Peter James Smith (Ed), Aaron Klevin (Bill)
President and crew on AF-1. Leo at WW. Talks to President on phone about Allies on drug war. Columbia rectification.
Problem with landing gear. Flew an F-16 to see indicator is on. Couldn't do it because no moon light. Need to refuel now.
Friendly fire in Kundu. Lost 5 guys.
Toby meets NY congressman, to inform misfire. To talk about moral imperative behind sending troops to Kundu.
Narcotics production up by 200% Extradition offers -- none.
President asks Will to put some notes on the idea of DE-certifying Columbia.
Leo speaks to Josh. Tells environment thing is not going to happen.
Plane lands, Finally.
"I'll make jokes when this bullfight with gravity is over" - Will Bailey. Funny and true.