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The West Wing, Season 2HDClosed Captioning

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After its critically acclaimed freshman season, the Emmy® Award-winning series The West Wing returned for a behind-the-scenes look at another year in the life of the eclectic group of frenzied staffers in the Oval Office. President Josiah Bartlet (Emmy® Award winner Martin Sheen) has been shot, along with his deputy chief of staff, Josh Lyman (Emmy® Award winner Bradley Whitford), leading to many personal and professional crises for them and for Bartlet's administration. This season's premiere, Christmas episode and season finale all won individual Emmy® Awards.

Customer Reviews

Great season...where's the rest

Aaron Sorkin, the creator of West Wing, was so brilliant in the universe that he was able to bring forth. The actors, writers, producers in fact the whole crew worked so well together and that kind of magic on television is very rare. Furthermore, whether you agree with the politics of the “Bartlet administration” or not the education, albeit dramatized quite a bit, on the political process in America with its flaws, party divisions and many times mismanaged aspects is quite amazing. I watched many times in awe at this and all the seasons how they went into very intense questions such as: “Why is an American life worth more than another person’s life?” “Why do we promote democracy in America and dictators abroad?” “How do we clean up the mess of foreign intervention in the past and create dialog among the nations in a post cold war world? “What do we do with the terrorists that we are in part responsible for creating throughout the world? and even a question like “Is the party system really necessary?” This show was truly in a strange way kind of like science fiction, or political science fiction taking us one step further through the looking glass into a reality that is a little bit ahead of the current times. A sort of what would it be like if we just changed THIS or THAT, and we see that if we just unified the world just a bit more, if we were able to stop such and such a problem in a unified effort, if we were able to bring world governments to the table and have just a little more agreement on certain issues we could really change the world…naïve but in some way maybe possible. So what I have to say now is great season...where's 3-7?

Bartlet For President!

The West Wing is hands down the best television show since the invention of the television. God Bless Aaron Sorkin! The show makes me cry just watching it. I'm so in love with this cast. Let us all remember John Spencer in our hearts. He was an amazing actor along with the rest of this explosive cast. SO glad iTunes decided to invest finally! Now let's see the rest of the seasons please! Who's up for protesting the end of the about season 8. The Santos presidency!!!

Season 2

Where is the 1st episode of Season 2????