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"Previously on the West Wing" spoken by Leo
Bartlet must try to hold together a disintegrating situation between China and Russia over oil while his daughter gets married in the White House. Josh struggles with dwindling campaign funds and the necessary ad buys.
- Stockard Channing as Abbey Bartlet
- Kristin Chenoweth as Annabeth Schott
- Allison Janney as C.J. Cregg
- Joshua Malina as Will Bailey
- Mary McCormack as Kate Harper
- Janel Moloney as Donna Moss
- John Spencer as Leo McGarry
- Bradley Whitford as Josh Lyman
- with Jimmy Smits as Matthew Santos
- and Martin Sheen as President Jed Bartlet
Special Guest StarsEdit
- Nina Siemaszko as Ellie Bartlet
- Ben Weber as Vic Faison
- Steve Ryan as Miles Hutchinson
- John Aylward as Barry Goodwin
- Robert Foxworth as Senator George Montgomery
- Matthew Del Negro as Bram Howard
- Diana-Maria Riva as Edie Ortega
- Richard Jenik as Congressman Cooper
- Melissa Fitzgerald as Carol Fitzpatrick
- Jan Devereaux as Shirley
- Ron Ostrow as John
- Joyce Guy as Charlayne
- Dougald Park as Stan Mitchell
- Yvans Jourdain as Bermudian Ambassador
- Linden Goh as Translator
President Bartlett says at one point that "Russia and China are doing their little 'Sharks and Jets' routine in Central Asia." He is referring to the rival gangs in the stage musical and film West Side Story. 
Kristen Chenoweth appears in the church scenes towards the end of the episode, although she does not have a speaking role.
During the episode Ellie Bartlett meets with and receives a wedding gift from the Bermudian Ambassador. Bermuda is not a sovereign nation, but rather a British Overseas Territory. Bermuda therefore does not and has never operated overseas diplomatic missions and sends no ambassadors to any country, not even to the United Nations. Bermuda's international foreign affairs and representation are handled by the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office by British ambassadors. Bermuda does however head a trade office in Washington D.C., headed by a 'Director', this is a non-diplomatic entity and is not covered by any diplomatic protections.