TV Series | TV-14 | | Drama
In the opening credits, there is a still shot of Martin Sheen's character, President Bartlett leaning on a desk with his head bowed. We see him from the back. This was a direct tribute to the famous photograph of President John F. Kennedy taken during the Cuban... ...
Representative Matthew Santos:
I don't care if it's three Bosnians, an Armenian, and a bus full of party clowns!
First-season scenes shot on location in Washington D.C. show the Washington monument encased in the lighted scaffolding that was part of its renovation process. Aerial views of Washington shown in many of these same episodes (e.g., "Five Votes Down") do not show the scaffolding, indicating that these shots were taken from stock footage dating before the renovation.
Episode titles are usually the first thing shown on screen (after recaps). This is one of the only American series to show episode titles before its opening credits.
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