Leo fears the worst when he testifies in the congressional investigation into Bartlet's lack of public disclosure about his illness.
Leo fears the worst when he testifies in the congressional investigation into Bartlet's lack of public disclosure about his illness. Flashbacks reveal Bartlet's decision, when he was governor, to not come forward with the damaging information.
While Larry is away, guest host Sandra Bernhard's manager plots to take over the show.
Drew defends himself against charges that his cartoon created a hostile workplace.
After buying a truck from Hayden that promptly breaks down, Luther accuses his friend of knowingly selling him a lemon.
While investigating an armed robbery, Tony goes undercover and hires an escort to get some important information. He is shocked to see his friend Ralph's daughter, who is barely 18, show up, preparing to spend the night with him. Tony convinces her to get out of drugs and prostition and promises not to tell her father, but when tragedy strikes, Tony has no choice.
When the FYI crew goes on a corporate retreat, the call of the wild is drowned out by the whine of unhappy campers.