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Season 4 was the fourth season of The West Wing. There were twenty-three episodes, the first of which aired on September 25, 2002, and the last on May 14, 2003. The fourth season was be the final season for creator Aaron Sorkin, executive producer/director Thomas Schlamme and actor Rob Lowe, who played Sam Seaborn.
The campaign in full swing, Toby, Josh and Donna are left behind by the motorcade and, through a series of missteps, spend 20 hours getting back to D.C. And that's just the first of many challenges facing Bartlet and his staff.
The ramifications of the Bartlet administration's decision to assassinate Qumari Defense Minister Abdul Sharif start to become apparent, as Qumarseeks to use the death to accuse Israel and instigate hostilites.
Meanwhile, everyone is worried about the campaign, as Gov. Ritchie may wind up winning because the public has such low expectations ofhim, which he can only beat. Bartlet, on the other hand, has the reverse problem. It all comes down to a debate that Bartlet has to win, and win handily.
Sam, on the other hand, has problems of his own. He goes to California to persuade a congressional campaign manager named Will Bailey to end a campaign where the candidate has died. When Will refuses, Sam makes a promise to run should the late candidate win, which seems highly unlikely. Sam isn't counting on Will's brilliance, though, and he finds himself in sticky situation that may force him to leave the West Wing.
Finally, all hell breaks loose as Zoey, about to embark on a trip to France, is abducted by parties unknown. With the nation on high alert in wake of the kidnapping, Bartlet makes the most fateful decision of his presidency, and his fatherhood.
- Rob Lowe as Deputy White House Communications Director Sam Seaborn
- Stockard Channing as First Lady Abigail Bartlet
- Dulé Hill as Charlie Young, Personal Aide to the President of the United States
- Allison Janney as White House Press Secretary C.J. Cregg
- Joshua Malina as Will Bailey
- Janel Moloney as Senior Assistant Donna Moss
- Richard Schiff as White House Communications Director Toby Ziegler
- John Spencer as White House Chief of Staff Leo McGarry
- Bradley Whitford as Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman
- and Martin Sheen as President Josiah Bartlet
- Mary-Louise Parker as Amy Gardner
- Ron Silver as Bruno Gianelli
- Marlee Matlin as Joey Lucas
- Lily Tomlin as Deborah Fiderer
- John Amos as Admiral Percy Fitzwallace
- Adam Arkin as Dr. Stanley Keyworth
- Timothy Busfield as Danny Concannon
- Taye Diggs as Wesley Davis
- John Goodman as Glen Allen Walken (uncredited)
- Tim Matheson as John Hoynes
- Hal Holbrook as Albie Duncan
- James Brolin as Robert Ritchie
- Matthew Perry as Joe Quincy
- Christian Slater as Lieutenant Commander Jack Reese
- Donald Moffat as Talmidge Cregg
- Matthew Modine as Marco Arlens
- Anna Deavere Smith as Dr. Nancy McNally
- Allison Smith as Mallory O'Brien
- Kathleen York as Rep. Andy Wyatt
- Joanna Gleason as Jordon Kendall
- Jerry Adler as Jules Ziegler
- Elisabeth Moss as Zoey Bartlet
- John Diehl as Larry Claypool
- Trent Ford as Jean Paul
- Clark Gregg as Special Agent Michael Casper
- Kathryn Joosten as Mrs. Landingham
- Danica McKellar as Elsie Snuffin
- Geoff Pierson as Senator Triplehorn
- George Coe as Senator Howard Stackhouse
- Amy Adams as Cathy
- Tobin Bell as Colonel Whitcomb
- Andrew McFarlane as Anthony Marcus
- NiCole Robinson as Margaret Hooper
- Renée Estevez as Nancy
- Bill O'Brien as Kenny Thurman
- Harry Groener as Roger Tribbey
- Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson
- Glenn Morshower as Mike Chysler
- Thomas Kopache as Bob Slatterly
- Alan Dale as Mitch Bryce
- Victor McCay as Peter
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