The West Wing Weekly

By Joshua Malina & Hrishikesh Hirway

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 Jun 21, 2020

Anna
 Jan 30, 2020
Thoroughly enjoyed reliving The West Wing over the past 4 years!

Laura R
 Jan 28, 2020
I love revisiting West Wing with these guys.. I dont want it to end :(


 Dec 20, 2019


 Jul 11, 2019

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An episode-by-episode discussion of The West Wing, one of television’s most beloved shows, co-hosted by one of its stars, Joshua Malina, along with Hrishikesh Hirway of Song Exploder.


Episode Date
Introducing: Home Cooking
17:31

We want to introduce you to a brand new emergency quarantine podcast mini-series called Home Cooking. It’s from Hrishi and chef Samin Nosrat, author of the award-winning cookbook Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, and host of the Netflix show by the same name. The first episode just came out, and features Josh as the special guest. If you’ve missed hearing Josh and Hrishi in conversation, we thought you’d appreciate this excerpt. The rest of the episode centers around giving people advice about what to cook with whatever they’ve got in the house, and we think you’ll really enjoy it! Listen and subscribe to Home Cooking on your favorite podcast app, or at homecooking.show.

Mar 30, 2020
7.22: Tomorrow (Live with cast and crew of The West Wing)
02:12:24

As the Bartlet administration ends, so does our podcast. We recorded our finale live in Los Angeles, at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel. This episode has two parts: first, we discuss "Tomorrow," with several guests joining us. Then, we take a fond look back at the entire series, along with thirty (30!) guests from the cast and crew, including Aaron Sorkin and Thomas Schlamme. Here’s everyone who was with us on stage:

Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, Martin Sheen, Bradley Whitford, Richard Schiff, Marlee Matlin, Jack Jason, Kathleen York, Allison Smith, Melissa Fitzgerald, Ramon de Ocampo, Evan Arnold, Karis Campbell, Teri Polo, Christopher Misiano, Dylan K. Massin, Matthew Del Negro, Eli Attie, Jimmy Smits, Josh Singer, Mary McCormack, Kevin Falls, Lawrence O'Donnell, Paul Redford, Ron Ostrow, Kim Webster, Peter James Smith, William Duffy, Tim Davis-Reed

Thanks for listening to the podcast. We're very grateful for the experience we’ve had making this over the past four years.

Okay. What's next?

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Jan 29, 2020
7.21: Institutional Memory (with Janet Ashikaga)
01:12:43

CJ & Danny and Will & Kate all ponder what's next, and Josh & Hrishi do, too, as we discuss "Institutional Memory." We're joined by someone who also posseses institutional memory: the fantastic Janet Ashikaga, editor on The West Wing (including this episode), as well as Sports Night and Seinfeld.

Plus: listen to the trailer for Hrishi’s new podcast, Partners, and subscribe to it here.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/721

Jan 22, 2020
7.20: The Last Hurrah (with Mary-Louise Parker and Teri Polo)
01:19:19

We discuss "The Last Hurrah" in this, our antepenultimate hurrah. And what a hurrah it is, with not one, but two great guests: Mary-Louise Parker and Teri Polo. Hurrah!

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Jan 15, 2020
7.19: Transition (Live with Bradley Whitford)
01:17:16

We traveled all the way to London to make a lot of references to "Fiddler on the Roof." Bradley Whitford joined us to record this episode in front of a sold-out crowd at the Hammersmith Apollo.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/719

Jan 08, 2020
0.19: John Wells
01:00:56

For our last episode of the year, we've got a special one with television legend John Wells. We've been talking about him for seven seasons, and now we finally got him to talk to us directly. Our conversation spans the entire history of The West Wing, since John Wells served as Executive Producer for every single episode.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/019

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Dec 17, 2019
7.18: Requiem (with memories of John Spencer from the cast and crew)
01:13:02

In this episode, some thoughts on John Spencer, shared by Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford, Janel Moloney, Rob Lowe, Jimmy Smits, Kristin Chenoweth, Matthew Del Negro, Emily Procter, Eli Attie, Michael Hissrich, and Josh Malina.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/718

Dec 11, 2019
0.18: Small Block of Cheese Day (The West Wing Weekly Forever)
14:31

In the main foyer of our podcast, we have this small block of cheese, there for any and all who might want a snack. We want this block of cheese to stick around forever, and never get moldy, or get thrown out! To do so, we’re hoping you’ll support our wonderful podcast network, Radiotopia, the refrigerator that keeps our show fresh in this increasingly painful metaphor. We’re sharing some stories from you, our lovely listeners, in hopes that you’ll want to chip in and help keep this podcast around forever. Make your mark, go to http://radiotopia.fm to donate today.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/018

Dec 06, 2019
7.17: Election Day, Part 2 (with Jimmy Smits)
01:18:01

As we finish the long arc of the Presidential campaign with this momentous West Wing episode, Jimmy Smits joins us to tell us about his experience playing Matt Santos.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/717

Nov 27, 2019
7.16: Election Day, Part 1 (with Lauren Schmidt Hissrich and Michael Hissrich)
01:13:36

This week’s episode is one of love and loss, but with our guests this week, we’re celebrating the joyful side. Lauren Schmidt Hissrich wrote this episode, and she and her husband, West Wing line producer Michael Hissrich, join us to tell us how their path together mirrored and influenced Josh and Donna’s.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/716

Nov 19, 2019
0.17: Casting the Pilot (with John Levey)
41:17

Before we get to the end, we're going back to the beginning. For this bonus episode, we talk to John Levey, Emmy-winning casting director for the first two seasons of The West Wing, about putting together our renowned ensemble.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/017

Nov 13, 2019
7.15: Welcome to Wherever You Are
51:20

ACROSS

1. Grammy-winning singer and creator of questionable slogans, Bon ____

5. Nights before, like Erevs Yom Kippur

6. What Josh wants when he yells, "I want the numbers!"

7. _____ chunks, like when you eat way too much candy

DOWN

1. POTUS’s rap name, maybe

2. The room where it happens

3. To do this, actually, you stamp it, then sign it

4. The second thing Caesar said he did, in a saying

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Nov 06, 2019
7.14: Two Weeks Out
45:12

We take this episode in our bone-crushing grip and shake it with everything we've got.

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Oct 30, 2019
7.13: The Cold (with Janel Moloney and Bradley Whitford)
01:09:02

Josh and Donna
There on my TV  
K-I-S-S-I-N-G

Let's discuss.

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Oct 23, 2019
7.12: Duck and Cover (with Eli Attie)
55:48

Eli Attie joins us to discuss this tension-filled episode about a potential nuclear disaster.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/712

Oct 16, 2019
7.11: Internal Displacement (with Bradley Whitford and Annabeth Gish)
58:00

Bradley Whitford returns to gleefully tell us about writing this episode and giving Josh the lines, "I can't act. I'm a terrible actor." And Annabeth Gish joins us, too! (How lucky are we?) We talk to her about the complicated character of Liz Bartlet Westin, whom she portrayed so thoughtfully.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/711

Oct 09, 2019
0.16: Annabeth Schott (with Kristin Chenoweth)
40:57

This week, the great Kristin Chenoweth joins us to discuss her role as Annabeth. She's an Emmy and Tony Award winning actress and singer, and we’re so glad she’s finally joining us!

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/016

Oct 02, 2019
7.10: Running Mates (with Matthew Del Negro)
01:09:22

This week, we discuss the beautiful performance by John Spencer in "Running Mates," the first episode of his to air posthumously. We’re also joined by Matthew Del Negro to discuss Bram, telebrams, and more.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/710

Sep 25, 2019
7.09: The Wedding (with Nina Siemaszko)
58:03

Today, we’re talking about "The Wedding" (or The Marriage, or The Espousal, or The Nuptials, or The Union). We’re joined by Nina Siemaszko, who tells us about the twist in this subplot that she didn’t see coming.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/709

Sep 18, 2019
7.08: Undecideds
43:50

In "Undecideds," Santos gives a speech meant to uplift and inspire, but Josh and Hrishi are "Unconvinceds." Plus, we look at Toby’s apartment, Godwin’s Law, and Will’s butt.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/708

Sep 11, 2019
7.07: The Debate (Part II, with Ronald Klain and Beth Myers)
58:25

How did Santos and Vinick do in the debate? To help us judge the candidates on both substance and style, we’ve enlisted the people in charge of debate prep on either side of the 2012 Presidential election. Ronald Klain led President Obama’s debate prep, and Beth Myers was in charge of Senator Mitt Romney’s prep. It was fascinating to speak to both of them together for this bipartisan episode of our podcast.

For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/707-part2

Sep 04, 2019
7.07: The Debate (Part I, with Lawrence O'Donnell)
01:01:07
Aug 28, 2019
7.06: The Al Smith Dinner
51:14
Aug 21, 2019
7.05: Here Today (with Richard Schiff)
01:14:13
Aug 14, 2019
7.04: Mr. Frost
54:16
Aug 07, 2019
0.15: Alex Graves
51:53
Jul 31, 2019
7.03: Message of the Week
39:19
Jul 24, 2019
7.02: The Mommy Problem
54:11
Jul 17, 2019
7.01: The Ticket
56:00
Jul 10, 2019
0.14: Veep (with Gary Cole and David Mandel)
46:53
Jun 26, 2019
6.22: 2162 Votes (Live with Mary McCormack and Lawrence O'Donnell)
01:11:03
Jun 19, 2019
6.21: Things Fall Apart (with Jennifer Palmieri)
01:06:14
Jun 12, 2019
6.20: In God We Trust (with Alan Alda and Rev. Katey Zeh)
01:20:46
Jun 05, 2019
6.19: Ninety Miles Away
43:17
May 29, 2019
0.13: Graphic Design for President! (with Michael Bierut and Leslie Wah)
01:00:07
May 22, 2019
6.18: La Palabra (with Eli Attie and Angelica Salas of CHIRLA)
01:02:16
May 15, 2019
6.17: A Good Day (with Richard Schiff)
59:01
May 08, 2019
6.16: Drought Conditions (with Debora Cahn and Richard Schiff)
01:14:20
May 01, 2019
0.12: How Barack Obama Shaped Matthew Santos (with David Axelrod and Eli Attie)
34:51
Apr 24, 2019
6.15: Freedonia (with Eli Attie)
01:12:23
Apr 17, 2019
6.14: The Wake Up Call (with Lawrence Lessig)
57:35
Apr 10, 2019
6.13: King Corn (with Karis Campbell, Evan Arnold, Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, and Michael Grunwald)
01:20:20
Apr 03, 2019
0.11: Big Block of Cheese Special
38:13
Mar 26, 2019
6.12: 365 Days (with Fmr. Deputy Secretary of State Tony Bslinken)
56:12
Mar 20, 2019
6.11: Opposition Research (with Mayor Pete Buttigieg)
01:05:02
Mar 13, 2019
6.10: Faith Based Initiative (with Bradley Whitford)
55:06
Mar 06, 2019
0.10: In the Writers' Room (with Paul Redford)
45:22
Feb 27, 2019
6.09: Impact Winter (with Ben Murray)
48:42
Feb 19, 2019
6.08: In the Room (with Penn & Teller)
50:31
Feb 13, 2019
6.07: A Change Is Gonna Come (Live with Mary McCormack and Roman Mars)
01:06:54
Feb 06, 2019
0.09: Casting Special (with Tony Sepulveda)
17:00
Jan 30, 2019
6.06: The Dover Test
55:34
Jan 23, 2019
6.05: The Hubbert Peak
56:27
Jan 16, 2019
6.04: Liftoff (with Allison Janney)
01:01:15
Jan 09, 2019
6.03: Third-Day Story
43:25
Dec 19, 2018
6.02: The Birnam Wood (with Fmr. Ambassador Jacob Walles)
56:20
Dec 12, 2018
6.01: NSF Thurmont
51:24
Dec 04, 2018
0.08: Meet the Twwweam (Bonus Mini-Episode)
08:01
Nov 28, 2018
0.07: Parks and Recreation (with Rob Lowe, Adam Scott and Michael Schur)
01:46:09
Nov 21, 2018
5.22: Memorial Day (with Josh Singer)
01:15:58
Nov 14, 2018
5.21: Gaza (with Jason Isaacs and Janel Moloney)
01:13:48
Nov 07, 2018
5.20: No Exit (with Fmr. Senator Tom Daschle, Wilson Cruz, and Eli Attie)
01:07:25
Oct 31, 2018
5.19: Talking Points (with Richard Schiff)
01:21:25
Oct 24, 2018
5.18: Access
46:38
Oct 10, 2018
5.17: The Supremes (with Debora Cahn)
01:08:19
Oct 03, 2018
5.16: Eppur Si Muove (with Dr Muller Fabbri and Jason Zengerle)
01:22:47
Sep 26, 2018
5.15: Full Disclosure (with Lawrence O'Donnell)
01:21:28
Sep 19, 2018
5.14: An Khe
50:47
Sep 12, 2018
5.13: The Warfare of Genghis Khan (with Fmr. Congressman John Tierney and Jacob Keaton)
01:07:23
Sep 05, 2018
5.12: Slow News Day (with Eli Attie and Nancy Altman)
01:19:01
Aug 22, 2018
5.11: The Benign Prerogative (with Janel Moloney)
01:11:31
Aug 15, 2018
5.10: The Stormy Present (with Bellamy Young)
01:00:54
Aug 08, 2018
5.09: Abu el Banat (with Joe Fab)
01:06:41
Jul 31, 2018
5.08: Shutdown (with Gene Sperling)
01:01:59
Jul 25, 2018
5.07: Separation of Powers (with Michael Hyatt)
01:07:14
Jul 18, 2018
5.06: Disaster Relief (with Alexa Junge and Lauren Schmidt Hissrich)
49:23
Jul 11, 2018
5.05: Constituency of One (with Jennifer Palmieri)
01:04:48
Jun 27, 2018
5.04: Han (with Paula Yoo)
01:05:42
Jun 20, 2018
5.03: Jefferson Lives
47:30
Jun 13, 2018
5.02: The Dogs of War
48:48
Jun 06, 2018
5.01: 7A WF 83429 (Live with Bradley Whitford and Ronald Klain)
01:08:27
May 30, 2018
4.24: Season 4 Retrospective (Live with Aaron Sorkin and Emily Procter)
01:24:27
May 16, 2018
4.23: Twenty Five (Live with Thomas Schlamme)
01:21:11
May 09, 2018
4.22: Commencement (Live with Bradley Whitford, Ronald Klain, and Melissa Fitzgerald)
01:07:32
May 03, 2018
4.21: Life on Mars (Live with Richard Schiff, Eli Attie, and The Swingles)
01:25:49
Apr 25, 2018
4.20: Evidence of Things Not Seen (Live with Richard Schiff and Marlee Matlin)
01:10:44
Apr 19, 2018
0.06: Hamilton Special (with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Thomas Kail)
01:10:44
Apr 04, 2018
4.19: Angel Maintenance (with Fmr. Acting Secretary of the Air Force Eric Fanning)
01:02:20
Mar 28, 2018
4.18: Privateers (with Allison Janney, Jeff Perry, Helen Slayton-Hughes, and the DAR)
01:21:16
Mar 21, 2018
4.17: Red Haven’s on Fire (with Senator Tammy Duckworth and Lauren Schmidt Hissrich)
01:16:03
Mar 07, 2018
4.16: The California 47th
53:35
Feb 28, 2018
0.05: Big Block of Cheese Live (with Dulé Hill, The Memory Palace, The Allusionist, and more)
01:09:30
Feb 21, 2018
4.15: Inauguration: Over There (with Gene Sperling)
01:03:37
Feb 14, 2018
4.14: Inauguration: Part 1 (with Danica McKellar)
01:09:55
Feb 07, 2018
4.13: The Long Goodbye (with Jon Robin Baitz and The Alzheimer’s Association)
47:50
Jan 31, 2018
4.12: Guns Not Butter (with MAZON and The ONE Campaign)
01:08:52
Jan 24, 2018
4.11: Holy Night (with The Whiffenpoofs and Robert Malina)
01:13:07
Jan 17, 2018
4.10: Arctic Radar (with Richard Schiff, John David Coles, and Fmr. Cabinet Secretary Chris Lu)
01:30:37
Dec 20, 2017
4.09: Swiss Diplomacy (with Kevin Falls and Eli Attie)
01:14:25
Dec 13, 2017
4.08: Process Stories (with Joanna Gleason)
57:54
Dec 05, 2017
4.07: Election Night (with Clark Gregg)
01:06:48
Nov 21, 2017
4.06: Game On (with Rob Lowe, Bradley Whitford, and Joshua Malina)
01:25:30
Nov 15, 2017
4.05: Debate Camp (with Ronald Klain)
59:01
Nov 07, 2017
4.04: The Red Mass
54:00
Nov 01, 2017
4.03: College Kids (with Aimee Mann and Fmr. Secretary of Education John King, Jr.)
01:14:24
Oct 25, 2017
4.02: 20 Hours in America, Part Two (with Christopher Misiano)
01:23:58
Oct 18, 2017
4.01: 20 Hours in America, Part One (with John Gallagher, Jr.)
01:00:17
Oct 11, 2017
4.00: President Bartlet Special (with Martin Sheen)
01:05:25
Oct 04, 2017
0.04: Big Block of Cheese III (with 99% Invisible)
58:52
Sep 27, 2017
3.22: Posse Comitatus (Live with Aaron Sorkin, Allison Janney, and Melissa Fitzgerald)
01:04:13
Sep 20, 2017
3.21: We Killed Yamamoto
47:32
Sep 13, 2017
3.20: The Black Vera Wang (with Mark Harmon)
01:02:31
Sep 06, 2017
3.19: Enemies Foreign and Domestic
01:00:00
Aug 23, 2017
3.18: Documentary Special (with William Couturié)
34:46
Aug 16, 2017
3.17: Stirred (with Eli Attie and Fmr Deputy Labor Secretary Chris Lu)
01:05:35
Aug 09, 2017
3.16: The U.S. Poet Laureate (with Television Without Pity and David Wade)
01:07:14
Aug 02, 2017
3.15: Dead Irish Writers (with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau)
01:02:29
Jul 26, 2017
3.14: Hartsfield's Landing
59:47
Jul 19, 2017
3.13: Night Five
01:14:05
Jul 12, 2017
3.12: The Two Bartlets (with Blanche Sindelar)
01:05:40
Jun 28, 2017
3.11: 100,000 Airplanes (with Dr. Leo Mascarenhas)
01:01:34
Jun 21, 2017
3.10: H. Con-172
49:38
Jun 14, 2017
3.09: Bartlet for America (with John Spencer)
01:24:47
Jun 07, 2017
3.08: The Women of Qumar (with Allison Janney, Fmr UN Ambassador Sarah Mendelson, and Tim Ballard)
01:29:05
May 31, 2017
3.07: The Indians in the Lobby (with W.G. Snuffy Walden)
01:12:03
May 24, 2017
3.06: Gone Quiet
52:08
May 17, 2017
3.05: War Crimes (with Fmr. UN Ambassador David Pressman)
01:23:49
May 09, 2017
3.04: On The Day Before (with Janel Moloney)
01:05:49
May 03, 2017
3.03: Ways and Means (with Eli Attie)
54:54
Apr 26, 2017
3.02: Manchester, Part II (with Connie Britton)
01:06:49
Apr 19, 2017
3.01: Manchester, Part I
45:20
Apr 11, 2017
3.00: Isaac and Ishmael (with Ajay Naidu and Fmr Press Secretary Mike McCurry)
01:25:09
Apr 05, 2017
2.22: Two Cathedrals (Part II, with Aaron Sorkin and Kirsten Nelson)
01:12:40
Mar 22, 2017
2.22: Two Cathedrals (Part I, with Lawrence O'Donnell and Mary Graham)
46:43
Mar 15, 2017
2.21: 18th and Potomac (with Oliver Platt)
57:58
Mar 08, 2017
2.20: The Fall's Gonna Kill You (with Marlee Matlin)
01:18:52
Mar 01, 2017
2.19: Bad Moon Rising
50:44
Feb 22, 2017
2.18: 17 People (with Richard Schiff, Emily Procter, Rebecca Walker)
01:09:06
Feb 15, 2017
2.17: The Stackhouse Filibuster (Live with Bradley Whitford)
59:08
Feb 08, 2017
2.16: Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail (with Rob Lowe)
01:24:15
Feb 01, 2017
2.15: Ellie (with Nina Siemaszko)
51:35
Jan 25, 2017
2.14: The War At Home
44:19
Jan 18, 2017
What's Next? featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda [clean]
03:51
Jan 16, 2017
What's Next? featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda [explicit]
03:51
Jan 16, 2017
2.13: Bartlet's Third State of the Union (with Don Baer, Fmr. White House Communications Director)
01:08:35
Jan 11, 2017
0.03: Big Block of Cheese II
48:52
Dec 21, 2016
2.12: The Drop In (with Kim Webster)
53:08
Dec 14, 2016
2.11: The Leadership Breakfast
45:21
Dec 06, 2016
2.10: Noël (with Bradley Whitford and Ellen Totleben)
01:12:35
Nov 30, 2016
2.09: Galileo
57:32
Nov 16, 2016
2.08: Shibboleth
52:42
Nov 08, 2016
2.07: The Portland Trip (with Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning, Congressman Brendan Boyle, and Fmr. Congressman Steve Gunderson)
01:07:06
Nov 02, 2016
2.06: The Lame Duck Congress (with Dave Chameides)
51:54
Oct 26, 2016
2.05: And It's Surely to Their Credit
50:19
Oct 19, 2016
2.04: In This White House (with Emily Procter and Ambassador Deborah Birx)
01:15:30
Oct 12, 2016
2.03: The Midterms
43:20
Oct 05, 2016
2.02: In The Shadow of Two Gunmen, Part II (with Bradley Whitford and Michael O'Neill)
01:17:32
Sep 28, 2016
2.01: In The Shadow of Two Gunmen, Part I (with Thomas Schlamme)
01:12:35
Sep 28, 2016
2.00: Special Interim Session (with Aaron Sorkin)
50:19
Sep 20, 2016
1.22: What Kind of Day Has It Been (with Tim Matheson)
53:01
Sep 07, 2016
1.21: Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics (with Bill O'Brien)
01:04:50
Aug 31, 2016
1.20: Mandatory Minimums (with Kathleen York and Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson)
01:09:02
Aug 24, 2016
1.19: Let Bartlet Be Bartlet (with Under Secretary of the Army Patrick Murphy)
56:57
Aug 17, 2016
1.18: Six Meetings Before Lunch
42:19
Aug 10, 2016
1.17: The White House Pro-Am
51:23
Aug 03, 2016
1.16: 20 Hours in L.A.
42:21
Jul 27, 2016
1.15: Celestial Navigation (with Jay Carney)
01:16:49
Jul 20, 2016
0.02: Live with FiveThirtyEight
01:07:57
Jul 13, 2016
1.14: Take This Sabbath Day
01:02:32
Jul 06, 2016
1.13: Take Out the Trash Day (with Senator Bob Casey and Liza Weil)
01:15:58
Jun 29, 2016
1.12: He Shall, from Time to Time…
45:50
Jun 22, 2016
0.01: West Wing Reunion (Live from ATX)
01:42:40
Jun 15, 2016
1.11: Lord John Marbury (With William Duffy and Peter James Smith)
01:02:47
Jun 07, 2016
1.10, continued: Memorial Day Special (with Melissa Fitzgerald)
22:54
May 30, 2016
1.10: In Excelsis Deo (with Richard Schiff)
01:07:27
May 25, 2016
1.09: The Short List (with Ronald Klain)
50:40
May 18, 2016
1.08: Enemies
48:51
May 11, 2016
1.07: The State Dinner (with Lyn Paolo)
50:14
May 04, 2016
1.06: Mr. Willis of Ohio (with Janel Moloney)
01:00:39
Apr 27, 2016
1.05: The Crackpots and These Women (with Eli Attie)
49:04
Apr 20, 2016
1.04: Five Votes Down
31:21
Apr 13, 2016
1.03: A Proportional Response (with Dulé Hill)
51:40
Apr 06, 2016
1.02: "Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc"
33:12
Mar 30, 2016
1.01: Pilot
48:50
Mar 23, 2016
0.00: Cold Open
03:53
Mar 15, 2016