Season 2 – Episode 2 – “In the Shadow of Two Gunmen (2)”

Episode Summary:

All the President’s (Martin Sheen) men and women scramble in the chaotic wake of an assassination attempt that leaves some victims fighting for their lives. Meanwhile, as a manhunt continues, the wounded drift in and out of surgery recalling how Bartlet’s team came together during the dark months of his longshot primary campaign. Elsewhere, the press department is hounded by the media for details of the shooting while a military crisis looms in Iraq.

Script:

THE WEST WING
'IN THE SHADOW OF TWO GUNMEN PART 2'
WRITTEN BY: AARON SORKIN
DIRECTED BY: THOMAS SCHLAMME

TEASER

FADE IN: EXT. OUTSIDE A DINER - NIGHT

	TUESDAY, 3:28 AM

Somewhere in the middle of not much obviously, the camera pans down from
the hanging sign
of the diner: 'The Dixie Pig Bar-B-Q.' We hear a news reporter on T.V. inside.

T.V. REPORTER [VO]
...that there will be a press conference at the White House at 7:30  Eastern,
that's
about four hours from now. Deputy Chief of Staff Joshua Lyman is currently
undergoing
extensive surgery...

CUT TO: INT. THE DIXIE PIG BAR-B-Q - CONTINUOUS
The signal skinhead -- sans grey baseball cap, but still without hair,
is smoking a
cigarette, watching the news.

T.V. REPORTER [VO]
...to repair a collapsed lung, and remove a bullet that remains lodged in
his thoracic
region. Now, for an update on his condition, let's go live to Lynn Blakely,
who's
standing by at George Washington Hospital. She's got the latest for us.

The camera pans from the T.V. screen down skinhead's head as he turns to
watch a blonde
woman walk in. The camera moves to his hand as he takes the cigarette out
of his mouth
and crushes it in his eggs. We see a swastika, etched on his hand.

T.V. REPORTER [VO]
Wait, we're not going to Lynn just yet. Now, I'm being told that authorities
are
reporting another gunshot victim, a woman who...

CUT TO: EXT. OUTSIDE THE DINER - CONTINUOUS
Skinhead is now walking outside, lighting another cigarette. And then all
hell breaks
loose -- suddenly, a helicopter light comes on above him, pointing straight
at him,
while just being surrounded by four police cars.

POLICEMAN 1
Let me see those hands!

POLICEMAN 2
Hold it right there!

POLICEMAN 3
Get down. Get down on the ground!

The camera pulls away, as the bewildered skinhead -- who still has his unlit
cigarette
in his mouth -- looks around in shock at the gun toting, screaming policemen,
just as
Secret Service Agents pull up and join in. He puts his hands up and gets
down on the
ground, surrounded by agents with really big guns.

SMASH CUT TO: MAIN TITLES.
END TEASER
* * *

ACT ONE

FADE IN: INT. THE WHITE HOUSE BRIEFING ROOM - DAY
C.J. is holding the 7:30 Press Conference.

C.J.
We're confirming now that a suspect is in custody, and is being questioned
by federal
law enforcement. At this time, we cannot, we are not releasing any information
whatsoever
about the suspect.

STEVE
Can you tell us anything, his name, where he's from, his ethnicity, if you
guys suspect
a motive?

C.J.
Yes, Steve, I can tell you those things, because when I said that we weren't
releasing
any information whatsoever, I meant except than his name, his address,
his ethnicity,
and what we think his motives are.

The reporters clamor for C.J.

C.J.
I am releasing the name of Stephanie Abbott, A-B-B-O-T-T, from Silver Spring,
Maryland,
who was in the crowd, and sustained an injury to the left femur, which is
the thighbone.

She begins flinching from the flashbulb lights.

C.J.
The President remains in stable condition in the recovery room, and is
expected to return
home Wednesday. Josh Lyman is in his sixth hour of surgery...

CUT TO: INT. G.W. WAITING ROOM - DAY
C.J. is on the T.V. outside the waiting room. The camera pans into room
itself, where
Toby, Donna, Abbey, Charlie and Sam sit with a few secret service agents,
including
Gina, who's pacing.

C.J. [VO]
...to repair a collapsed lung and a ruptured pulmonary artery. We very likely
will not
have an update on his condition until the procedure is complete, which they
expect will
be in the next 6 or 8 hours. We'll keep you updated in the next hour. Thank
you very much.

SAM
[to Abbey] Ma'am, does the President know they've arrested a suspect?

ABBEY
Yes, I told him. He's pretty groggy after the anesthesia.

An aide bursts in the room.

AIDE
Sam, Toby, you've got a phone call in the other room.

Sam and Toby get up and leave the room.

ABBEY
[to Donna] Donna? Do you want to throw some water on your face?

DONNA
You know, I should ask. Is there anything I'm supposed to be doing right now?

ABBEY
No.

DONNA
I mean, anything that Josh's office is supposed to be doing? Should I be
making sure it's
farmed out?

ABBEY
No, I'm sure it's being covered.

CUT TO: INT. COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE - CONTINUOUS
C.J. walks inside and into Toby's office.

C.J.
[to Bonnie] You got them on the phone?

BONNIE
Yes.

C.J.
[into speakerphone] Guys?

SAM [VO]
Yeah, we're here.

C.J.
Sam, I need you to come back to the White House and speak to Nancy McNally
about a letter
the President was supposed to sign. She'll know what you're talking about.

CUT TO: INT. G.W. HOSPITAL ROOM - CONTINUOUS
Sam and Toby are in a hospital room, listening.

SAM
Yeah, all right.

C.J.
And Toby?

TOBY
Yeah?

C.J.
They're still asking about the tent.

TOBY
Yeah.

C.J.
I'd be more comfortable with the "no comment" coming from the Secret Service,
though...

SAM
[to Toby] What's this?

TOBY
They want to know why the President exited the building in the open air.

SAM
[to C.J.] I'll talk to someone at Treasury.

TOBY
I'll do it.

SAM
No.

C.J.
Well, someone.

SAM
Toby, we were all in that meeting together.

TOBY
Go back to the office.

SAM
Okay. Okay.

Sam exits the room and walks down the hall.

MAN'S VOICE [VO]
Can the ships pass inspection?

CUT TO: INT. GAGE WHITNEY CONFERENCE ROOM - THREE YEARS EARLIER

	GAGE WHITNEY PACE
	MIDTOWN MANHATTAN
	THREE YEARS EARLIER

The camera pans down a long conference table, resting finally on an over
the shoulder
shot of Sam.

FEMALE LAWYER [VO]
The ships will be registered in Libya and Panama, so they won't be subject
to the OPA,
which wouldn't allow an American company to keep a tanker like this in
service very long.

ASSOCIATE
I think 2017.

FEMALE LAWYER
I think 2015, and we'll check that, but you get the idea.

MR. GAGE
I think all that's left, then is to dot the tees.

SAM
Actually. I have a thing. I have a thing I was going to mention, just a
proposal to throw
out there. When I was a congressional aide, we had an expression, 'no idea
was too stupid
to say out loud,' so here it is, bear me out. [beat] Instead of buying these
ships? Don't
buy these ships. Buy other ships. Better ships. That's my idea.

MR. LOCH
[to Mr. Gage] What is he talking about?

MR. GAGE
That's a perfectly fair question. Sam, what the hell are you talking about?

SAM
And the good news is we have a no-penalty clause we can exercise if we pull
out before
the First of December.

MR. CAMERON
But Sam, we want these ships. This is as little as we've ever paid for a
fleet.

SAM
Well, there's a reason why they don't cost a lot of money. They're 20-year
old single
hulled VLCCs that nobody wants. When they hit things, they will break. And
they will
hit things, because they don't have state of the art navigation systems. They
don't
have G3 tank gauging, or EM-5000 engine monitoring, the recommended
staletronic, or
electopneumotronic ballast.

MR. GAGE
[chuckling] And yesterday, he didn't know the difference between a ship and
a boat!

MR. LOCH
Sam, I thought you told us that you covered our liability.

SAM
I did. Strictly speaking, I did. But there's a broader liability to think
about. People
drove past Exxon Stations after the Valdez.

MR. CAMERON
We've got PR firms for PR problems.

SAM
There's a Suez tanker ready to launch in the Koje Island shipyard in
Korea. Chevron just
dropped the option, and it's sitting there in its cradle. Let's go get it.

MR. GAGE
Sam, can I talk you for a second?

Sam follows Mr. Gage out, while still talking to the client.

SAM
308,000 deadweight tons, carries 2.2 million gallons, and you can have it
today for 46
million.

MR. LOCH
46 million dollars?

SAM
That's a good price!

They walk out to the HALLWAY.

MR. GAGE
Sam, what are you doing?

SAM
I think I have an obligation.

MR. GAGE
What are you doing?

SAM
Maybe they want to buy safer boats, but we never gave them the option.

MR. GAGE
Are you trying to get fired?

SAM
Maybe they're really going to thank us for this suggestion.

MR. GAGE
Knock it off, Sam!

SAM
Look...

MR. GAGE
Knock it off!

He storms back inside the conference room.

CUT TO: EXT. MANHATTAN PAY PHONE - DAY
Josh is outside in the rain, back on the pay phone.

JOSH
[into phone] Look, Operator, I'm looking for the number of a law firm in
Manhattan.
Here's the thing, I can't quite remember the name of the firm... no, wait,
wait, wait!
I just came back from New Hampshire, where I saw this guy and now I have
to... look it's
a very famous firm that handles Shearson, you must know... okay, you know
what, I'm just
going to - okay, bye.

He hangs up the phone, runs to the curb -- Remembers! -- then turns back
and runs the
other way.

CUT TO: INT. THE CONFERENCE ROOM - CONTINUOUS
The conference room again.

MR. CAMERON
That's amortized over--?

FEMALE LAWYER
15 years.

MR. CAMERON
Pre-tax?

FEMALE LAWYER
Sam?

SAM
Hmm?

FEMALE LAWYER
15 million pre-tax amortization.

SAM
[to clients, giving it one last shot] 11 million extra dollars.

The female lawyer groans.

MR. GAGE
Sam!

MR. LOCH
We're back to this.

SAM
Money's going to be spent, Mr. Loch, you can spend it now, or you can spend
it later,
but it's cheaper to spend it now.

MR. LOCH
Sam.

SAM
And it's also the right thing to do. Spend 11 million extra dollars.

MR. GAGE
Sam!

SAM
Spend it on a better boat.

MR. GAGE
Damn it!

SAM
The Amoco Cadiz, 68 million gallons of crude oil off of Brittany, France. The
Braer,
a Liberian Tanker 26 million gallons off the Shetland Islands. I just pulled
these off
the internet last night! The Exxon Valdez. The Aegaen Sea. The Argo
Merchant. Look it up!

MR. GAGE
I'm sure they're...

SAM
Spend an extra 11 million dollars!

MR. GAGE
Sam, that's enough!

SAM
You don't want to pay for it? Pass the expense on to us.

FEMALE LAWYER
Sam!

Past her, we can see a very wet Josh walking up the conference room doors.

SAM
Half a penny at the tank. Here's five bucks. A thousand people are on me.

MR. GAGE
Sam!

Josh knocks on the window, causing Sam to look over to him. Josh is pretty
much just
standing there, looking really wet and vaguely... prophetic.

MR. GAGE
Sam.

Sam can't take his eyes off of Josh.

FEMALE LAWYER
Sam, we're in the middle of a meeting.

SAM
Yeah.

MR. LOCH
Sam, we're not indifferent to the concerns of the environmentalists... Excuse
me, Sam?

Josh points to his non-poker-playing face.

SAM
Yeah.

MR. LOCH
It doesn't quite feel like I have your attention.

SAM
Yeah.

Josh is still pointing to his face, smiles and nods slowly, Sam laughs.

SAM
Yeah! Yeah.

He shuffles his papers, then pulling away from them.

SAM
I'm not going to need that.

MR. GAGE
Sam? Sam! Sam, please keep your seat! Sam, where are you going?

Sam gets up from the table and walks to the door. Josh opens the door for him.

SAM
[shouts back] New Hampshire!

FADE OUT.
END ACT ONE
* * *

ACT TWO

FADE IN: INT. HALLWAY - DAY

	TUESDAY, 3:55 AM

C.J. is waiting in a corridor for Sam, who comes walking out a door.

C.J.
Sam!

SAM
Yeah?

C.J.
I wanted to see if...

SAM
How's your head?

C.J.
Oh, it's fine. I wanted to see if you talked to Nancy McNally.

SAM
Yeah, and she talked to the Counsel's office, and they're going to work on
a few things
and see what we like, but I got to tell you we're not going to --

C.J.
Sam, you didn't happen to notice, when the shooting started, you didn't
happen to notice
who pulled me to the ground, did you?

SAM
No.

C.J.
They pulled me down behind the police car, and my necklace came off...

SAM
No.

C.J.
You talked to Nancy McNally?

SAM
Yeah.

C.J.
Okay.

Sam goes off in one direction. Carol catches C.J. as she is going in the
other direction.

CAROL
Oh, C.J.!

C.J.
Yeah.

CAROL
You need to call back Debbie at the Today Show.

C.J.
Why?

CAROL
We said you might be willing to do the morning shows when they go on the
air at 7.

C.J.
No, that's not a good --

CAROL
They just wanted --

C.J.
No, I'm not doing any interviews just yet, I'm not doing it.

CAROL
I'll take care of it.

C.J.
Which one of our people?

CAROL
It was a mistake. I'll take care of it.

C.J. keeps going, and runs into Danny.

DANNY
C.J.?

C.J.
Yeah.

DANNY
I really don't want to be this guy.

C.J.
Somebody around here thought I should do the morning shows.

DANNY
I still don't have an answer.

C.J.
Who was in charge?

DANNY
For the three and a half hours that the President was under anesthesia.

They end up back at C.J.'S OFFICE.

C.J.
Danny, it's a little complicated. There's something called the National
Security Act of
1947. There's the 25th. Nancy McNally, the White House Counsel, Bill
Hutchinson, they're
all working on it right now.

DANNY
Yeah, but they're going to tell me who's supposed to be in charge. I want
to know who was
in charge.

C.J.
And we are working on that information. [on Danny's look] We're working on it.

Danny leaves the office. C.J. sits down, scratching her neck when the phone
rings on her
desk. C.J. reaches for it.

QUICK CUT TO: INT. C.J.'S BEDROOM - THREE YEARS EARLIER
C.J. reaches for the phone from her bed.

C.J.
Hello? [sits up groggily] Yeah? [picks up watch on bedstand] Isobel, it's
6:30 in the
morning! Yeah.

She hangs up the phone and climbs out of bed.

CUT TO: EXT. BEAUTIFUL LOS ANGELES SKYLINE - DAY

	TRITON-DAY PUBLIC RELATIONS
	BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA

We hear an aide knocking on someone's door.

AIDE [VO]
Excuse me. C.J.'s here.

CUT TO: INT. PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE - CONTINUOUS
ROGER BECKER, in sunglasses and an unbelievably garish Hawaiian shirt,
is pacing agitated
in the corner behind the door. ISOBEL is at her desk.

ISOBEL
Thank you.

C.J. walks in and closes the door behind her.

C.J.
Good morning, Isobel. Hi, Roger.

ROGER BECKER
I asked her to be here 45 minutes ago.

C.J.
I'm sorry.

ROGER
I said, I asked her to be here 45 minutes ago.

ISOBEL
Roger...

C.J.
It was 6:30 in the morning, Roger, I wasn't quite ready for work, but I am
now. How can
I help you? [sits]

ROGER
Are you aware that the Golden Globe Nominations were announced this morning?

C.J. looks at Isobel for confirmation. Isobel shrugs.

C.J.
I wasn't. Am I up for something?

ISOBEL
C.J., Atlantis only got two nominations.

ROGER
For the entire studio! Best Comedy Score, and Supporting Actor for the
kid. That's what
$20,000 a month bought us!

C.J.
Roger, I think we put together a very aggressive campaign.

ROGER
Two nominations!

C.J.
That's two nominations more than a lot of people got.

ROGER
Are you aware that the new Premiere Magazine list is coming out Monday?

C.J.
The Hundred Most Powerful People in Hollywood.

ROGER
Yeah.

C.J.
Yes, I am, and I can tell you that you're on it, and uh, congratulations,
and it must,
you know, feel good being that powerful.

ROGER
I went from third to ninth. I dropped to ninth! Do you know how that looks? Do
you know
how many people were ahead of me?

C.J.
Eight?

ROGER
Lady, you're...

C.J.
The movies were bad, Roger, all of them. Even the little kid was bad, but
he was a little
kid, he had a couple of scenes, big eyeglasses, lisp, he's going to the
Golden Globes.
You know why the New Coke marketing campaign failed? Because nobody liked
New Coke.
The movies were bad. If the movies were unknown, I could help you, but they
weren't.
They were just bad!

ISOBEL
Roger, would you excuse us for just a second, please?

Isobel and C.J. step out into the HALLWAY.

C.J.
Sorry I talked to him like that, but did he really think he had "The Maltese
Falcon"
out there?

ISOBEL
The thing is, C.J., he's big business for me.

C.J.
I'll apologize to him, Isobel. I'll find someone to make him Man of the
Year. I'll ask
around in Vegas.

ISOBEL
He wants you fired. He thinks you're a smart mouth.

C.J.
He's going to pull his business unless you fire me?

ISOBEL
This was never what you wanted to be doing, C.J. You've always felt it was
beneath you.

C.J.
It is beneath me!

ISOBEL
C.J.

C.J.
So take me off Film and Television, I don't know anything about it, anyway! We
have
plenty of accounts...

ISOBEL
I need to keep his business. I'm sorry.

C.J.
You're firing me?

ISOBEL
I'm sorry.

C.J.
Out here in the hallway!?

ISOBEL
C.J.

C.J.
[to the room at large] I need someone to call me a cab!

ISOBEL
I'm sorry?

C.J.
I couldn't get my contacts in this morning, and I broke my glasses getting
out of the
car. I can't drive myself home. I need someone to call me a cab.

ISOBEL
[to suit standing in lobby] Could you call a taxi for C.J., please?
[to C.J.] I have to go back in.

Isobel turns around and opens the door to her office, just as she does so,
C.J. yells
after her, with Roger plainly hearing--

C.J.
It was a bad movie, Isobel.

ASSISTANT [VO]
Yes, I need a taxi to Beverly Hills, please.

CUT TO: EXT. A STREET IN HOLLYWOOD HILLS - DAY
A taxi pulls up to C.J.'s house. C.J. gets out with a box of office stuff,
pays the
cabbie, noticing a strange car in her driveway. She walks to the back of
the house and
pushes open the gate.

CUT TO: EXT. C.J.'S BACKYARD - CONTINUOUS
C.J. goes inside her backyard, where there's a nice pool with Mexican
tile. Toby is
sitting on the opposite side of the pool.

C.J.
Hello?

TOBY
Hey, C.J.

C.J.
Who is that?

TOBY
It's me.

C.J. walks closer, following the edge of the pool. Toby waves his arms wildly.

C.J.
Toby?

TOBY
Yeah.

C.J.
What the hell are you --

C.J. slips, missteps, and falls right into the pool. She surfaces, sputtering.

TOBY
C.J., you fell into the pool, there.

C.J.
I can't see!

TOBY
Yeah, well, maybe, kind of, uh, try to feel your way to dry land?

C.J.
Shut up!

Toby puts his hands on his hips. C.J. looks down at herself and then up at
him.

C.J.
Avert your eyes!

TOBY
What?

C.J.
I'm climbing out of the pool, my clothes will be clingy, avert your eyes!

TOBY
[chuckling] C.J., I really didn't come here --

C.J.
Avert your eyes!

TOBY
[cowed] Okay.

He turns around. C.J. straggles out the pool, tries to cover herself with
her wet
clothes, but it's really no use.

C.J.
Oh, turn around.

He does, and C.J. walks up the stairs past him, and reaches into the house
for a towel.

TOBY
I tried calling you at your office. They said you were fired. Were you
stealing things?

C.J.
Roger Becker dropped from third most powerful person in Hollywood to ninth
most powerful
person in Hollywood.

TOBY
Does he still make the playoffs, or is the cutoff line...

C.J.
They take it seriously.

TOBY
C.J., Jed Bartlet is very impressed with you.

C.J. looks up at him, startled.

TOBY
He likes the work that you did with that girl's group with the stupid name.

C.J.
Emily's List?

TOBY
Yes.

C.J.
That girl's group with the stupid name?

TOBY
Yes.

C.J.
Emily's List -- "early money is like yeast".

TOBY
Yeah.

C.J.
"It helps raise the dough".

TOBY
I get it.

C.J.
They raise money for women candidates. 'Early money is like yeast, it helps
raise the
dough.' For the candidates.

TOBY
I really do get it.

C.J.
Bartlet's impressed with me?

TOBY
Very impressed. And one of the big keys to his game plan is bringing you on
as Press
Secretary.

C.J.
He's never heard of me, has he?

TOBY
No.

C.J.
Toby...

TOBY
I'm here on instructions from Leo McGarry.

C.J.
McGarry wants me.

TOBY
Yes. Come join the campaign.

C.J.
How much does it pay?

TOBY
How much were you making before?

C.J.
$550,000 a year.

TOBY
This pays $600 a week.

C.J.
So this would be less.

TOBY
Yes.

C.J.
Toby. Does he know I've only ever worked statewide? Does he know I've never
worked on a
national campaign before?

TOBY
Yes. It's Graduation Day.

C.J.
You really think I can do this?

TOBY
Yeah.

C.J.
Is Jed Bartlet a good man?

TOBY
Yeah.

C.J.
Toby.

TOBY
Yes.

C.J.
Then, let's go into the house so I can change my clothes and we can talk
about it.

C.J. starts walking, still wringing out her hair.

TOBY
C.J.?

C.J.
Yeah?

TOBY
House is over there.

C.J.
Okay.

C.J. turns around, and Toby watches her go.

CUT TO: INT. G.W. HOSPITAL ROOM - PRESENT
In Bartlet's hospital room, Ron Butterfield briefs Bartlet, Abbey and Zoey.

RON
One of them was using 9 millimeter Baretta, the other had a 357 Desert Eagle.

ABBEY
Ron's saying that these were the absolutely wrong weapons to use for a
shooting of this
kind. And that's why the injury count was as low as it was.

BARTLET
We don't know what the injury count is, yet.

ABBEY
Yeah, but his point is --

The door opens. It's Charlie.

CHARLIE
Excuse me, sir, I was told you wanted to see me?

BARTLET
Yeah. Charlie, the guy the Secret Service has in custody is named Carl
Leroy. He gives
a statement in which he says that he and the two shooters were members of
an organization
called West Virginia White Pride.

CHARLIE
They tried to kill the President 'cause Zoey and I are together?

ABBEY
No.

CHARLIE
Then why did --?

RON
Charlie. The President wasn't the target. According to the statement, the
President
wasn't the target.

Charlie tries hard to accept the fact.

CHARLIE
Oh. Okay. Okay, well. Okay. Thank you, Mr. President.

He exits.

ZOEY
Dad, I'm going to --

BARTLET
Go.

Ron exits behind Zoey, closing the door.

BARTLET
[to Abbey] We don't know what the injury count is, yet.

FADE OUT.
END ACT TWO
* * *

ACT THREE

FADE IN: EXT. OVERVIEW OF THE WHITE HOUSE - DAY

	TUESDAY, 6:15AM

CUT TO: INT. LEO'S OFFICE - DAY
Margaret and Leo are inside. Leo is sitting in a chair looking over papers,
while
Margaret stands over him.

MARGARET
He was supposed to sign a letter?

LEO
The President is going under general anesthesia, he usually signs a letter
handing over
executive powers to the Vice President.

MARGARET
And the President didn't sign the letter.

LEO
Nope. We blew that play.

MARGARET
Is there going to be trouble?

LEO
We'll see. To be honest with you, I don't really care right now.

MARGARET
Can I -- can I just say something for the future?

LEO
Yeah.

MARGARET
I can sign the President's name. I have his signature down pretty good.

Leo looks up at her for the first time.

LEO
You can sign the President's name?

MARGARET
Yeah.

LEO
On a document removing him from power and handing it to someone else.

MARGARET
Yeah! [on Leo's look of disbelief] Or... do you think the White House Counsel
would say
that was a bad idea.

LEO
I think the White House Counsel would say it was a coup d'etat!

MARGARET
Well. I'd probably end up doing some time for that.

LEO
I would think.

Margaret tries to beat a hasty retreat, as C.J. enters.

LEO
And what the hell were you doing practicing the President's signature?

MARGARET
It was just for fun.

LEO
We've got separation of powers, checks and balances, and Margaret vetoing
things and
sending them back to the Hill.

C.J.
Leo, who thought it was a good idea for me to do the morning shows?

LEO
I did.

C.J.
Why?

LEO
The President's not ready for cameras. If it's the Vice President, we're
going to look
like we don't have a President, and I'd like the White House to start climbing
out from
behind the bushes.

C.J.
I think it's a bad idea.

LEO
Why?

C.J.
I just... First of all, I think it's inappropriate while Josh, you know,
until --

LEO
What's wrong?

C.J.
Nothing.

LEO
C.J.

C.J.
Nothing. I'd rather not do it, but obviously.

LEO
Have Sam do it.

C.J.
[relieved] Okay. Listen, the letter.

LEO
Yeah.

C.J.
The three and a half hours? I don't know how much longer I can dance around
Danny, and
it's going to be Danny times a hundred by lunchtime.

Toby enters.

LEO
Have him come see me.

C.J.
Yeah?

LEO
Yeah.

C.J.
Okay.

CUT TO: INT. HALLWAY - CONTINUOUS
Leo and Toby walk-and-talk down the corridors.

LEO
She doesn't want to do the morning shows.

TOBY
She says she's been getting a couple of questions about why the President
exited in
the open air. You remember the Secret Service usually constructs a tent or
a canopy.
I'm going to talk to Ron Butterfield.

LEO
He's going to say the Secret Service doesn't comment on procedure.

TOBY
I know. But maybe I can talk him out of it. I should try, anyway.

LEO
You don't have to, Toby.

TOBY
Yeah, I should, though.

Toby watches Leo exit through the front door.

CUT TO: INT. BARTLET'S CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS - THREE YEARS EARLIER
It's a very busy day at the headquarters. As the camera pans over volunteers,
we see
Toby drinking coffee. It stops on Bartlet himself, leaning on a table on
which a taped
news program is also running.

	BARTLET CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS
	MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE

REPORTER [VO]
...won the non-binding straw poll, pulling in 48% of the vote, Senator
William Willey
of Washington State drew a poorer than expected 22% of the vote, but the
story this
morning is the 19% of the vote picked up by former New Hampshire Governor
Jed Bartlet,
who leapfrogged several democratic candidates to finish a surprising third. And
we're
going to go now to Governor Bartlet, who's standing by live... okay, I'm
told we don't
have the Governor at this moment, so we while we try --

C.J. clicks off the tape. Behind her, all facing Bartlet, are several campaign
staffers,
including Sam, Toby, Leo and Josh.

C.J.
Okay, who can tell me what we did wrong there?

BARTLET
I blew it. What's next?

C.J.
We didn't have the candidate. That's right. Anyone who answered "we didn't
have the
candidate" -

BARTLET
What's... next?

JOSH
Toby wants to say something.

BARTLET
Which one is Toby?

TOBY
I am.

BARTLET
[to Josh] And which one are you?

JOSH
I'm Josh.

LEO
[to Toby] What was it you wanted to say?

TOBY
Let's get out of New Hampshire.

LEO
Why?

TOBY
Nothing to win here.

SAM
He's right.

BARTLET
The New Hampshire primary isn't held in New Hampshire anymore?

TOBY
You can't win the New Hampshire primary.

BARTLET
I am going to win the New Hampshire primary.

TOBY
Which is why you can't win it.

JOSH
You're incredibly popular in this state.

SAM
You're a democrat who was elected with 69 percent of the vote. That's unheard
of.

TOBY
There's no way that you can exceed expectations, all you can hope for is an
"as expected", and there's always the possibility that you could embarrass
yourself.

BARTLET
I appreciate that, thanks.

JOSH
Toby meant in the polls.

BARTLET
I know what he meant.

TOBY
So, Hoynes will be in a fight with Wiley for a strong second place finish in
New Hampshire, meantime we're going to be in South Carolina, and we're going
to be the only ones there.

BARTLET
We're not going to beat Hoynes in South Carolina.

TOBY
We don't have to beat Hoynes in South Carolina.

C.J.
We just have to beat Wiley.

BARTLET
[to Leo] Wiley's going to drop out after South Carolina?

LEO
If he doesn't finish higher than third.

BARTLET
Are we going to get his endorsement?

LEO
We're going to get his money, that's for sure.

BARTLET
It's for sure?

LEO
Josh thinks it is.

BARTLET
Which one is Josh?

JOSH
[as Leo points at him] I am.

BARTLET
Okay.

TOBY
So, we finish second in South Carolina, we pick up some steam, some
endorsements,
mostly some money, going into South Dakota, Vermont, Maine --

SAM
Where we come away with a split, maybe better, and now the prohibitive
nominee for the
democratic candidate has lost 3 out of seven contests...

C.J.
And half the actual primaries -

SAM
Leading into Super Tuesday.

JOSH
Hoynes will take the South. We'll take the North and the Pacific Northwest.

TOBY
This race will be decided a week later in Illinois.

C.J.
Illinois will be High Noon.

LEO
Sam, if we win in Illinois, will we have a shot at California and New York?

SAM
If we win in Illinois, we're going to run the table.

BARTLET
Well, that's it, then. And we saved people the trouble of voting. What's next?

JOSH
Our point is that it's --

BARTLET
I understand the point. We're going to South Carolina to set up Illinois. When
I ask,
"What's next?", it means that I'm ready to move on to other things. So,
what's next?

LEO
We're done.

BARTLET
Fantastic.

Bartlet gets up and walks away. Josh walks over to Leo.

JOSH
Well, I feel bathed in the warm embrace of the candidate.

LEO
He's very easy to like, once you get to know him.

JOSH
How many people get that far?

LEO
Not that many.

JOSH
Okay.

CUT TO: INT. BARTLET HEADQUARTERS, JOSH'S OFFICE - CONTINUOUS
Donna is sitting on Josh's desk at the campaign office, consulting his
calendar as she
talks on the phone.

DONNA
[into phone] Josh Lyman. Uh, no, he's not available right now. This
afternoon? Uh, he's
got a media session, and then a five o'clock with finance.

Josh walks into his office, grabs a piece of paper, turns right around to
leave and then
does a double take.

DONNA [CONT.]
I can get your name and number and give Josh the message when he gets
back. Thank you
very much.

She hangs up the phone.

JOSH
Hi.

DONNA
Hi.

JOSH
Who are you?

DONNA
I'm Donna Moss, who are you?

JOSH
I'm Josh Lyman.

DONNA
Ah.

JOSH
Yes.

DONNA
I'm your new assistant.

JOSH
Did I have an old assistant?

DONNA
Maybe not.

JOSH
Who are you?

DONNA
I'm Donna Moss, I came here to volunteer and the woman assigned me to you.

JOSH
Which woman?

DONNA
Becky.

JOSH
You mean Margaret?

DONNA
Yes.

JOSH
Who are you?

DONNA
I'm Donna Moss, I'll be working as your assistant.

JOSH
I'm going to talk to Margaret.

DONNA
[blocking his way] Actually, Josh --

JOSH
Yeah?

DONNA
When I said I was assigned to you?

JOSH
Yeah?

DONNA
I may have been overstating it a little.

JOSH
Who are you?

Josh and Donna walk and talk through the headquarters.

DONNA
I'm Donna Moss, I drove up here from Madison, Wisconsin?

JOSH
When did your boyfriend break up with you?

DONNA
What makes you think that my boyfriend broke up with me?

JOSH
Well, you're too old for your parents to have kicked you out of the house.

DONNA
I'm here because I want to work for Bartlet. I'm a college graduate, with
a degree in
Political Science and Government.

JOSH
Where did you graduate?

DONNA
Hmm?

JOSH
Where did you graduate?

DONNA
Okay, when I said I graduated, I may have been overstating a little?

JOSH
Look --

DONNA
I was a couple of credits short.

JOSH
From where?

DONNA
University of Wisconsin.

JOSH
You majored in Political Science and Government?

DONNA
And, uh, Sociology and Psychology.

JOSH
Uh-huh.

DONNA
And biology for a while, with a minor in French?

JOSH
Okay.

DONNA
And, uh, drama?

JOSH
You had five majors and two minors in four years?

DONNA
Two years.

JOSH
Okay, listen...

DONNA
I had to drop out. I had to drop out.

JOSH
Your boyfriend was older than you?

DONNA
I think that question is of a personal nature?

JOSH
Donna, you were just at my desk, reading my calendar, answering my phone,
and hoping
that I wouldn't notice that I never hired you. Your boyfriend was older?

DONNA
Yes.

JOSH
Law student?

DONNA
Medical student.

JOSH
And the idea was that you'd drop out and pay the bills till he was done with
his
residency.

DONNA
Yes.

They end up back in JOSH'S OFFICE.

JOSH
And why did Dr. Freeloader break up with you.

DONNA
What makes you think he broke up with me?

JOSH
Donna, this is a campaign for the Presidency, and there's nothing I take
more seriously
than that. This can't be a place where people come to find their confidence
and start
over.

DONNA
Why not?

JOSH
I'm sorry?

DONNA
Why can't it be those things?

JOSH
Because --

DONNA
What, is it going to interfere with my typing?

JOSH
Donna, we're picking up today and going to South Carolina. If you want to
stay in the
Manchester office -

DONNA
I want to come to Charleston.

JOSH
I can't carry you, Donna! I got a lot of guys out there not making the trip.

DONNA
I'll pay my own way.

JOSH
With what?

DONNA
I'll sleep on the floor, I'll sell my car. Eventually, you're going to put
me on salary.

JOSH
Donna.

DONNA
Look. I think I might be good at this. I think you might find me valuable.

The phone rings. Josh and Donna stare at each other, his look measuring,
her's
beseeching, through a couple of rings. Finally --

JOSH
Go ahead.

Donna grabs the phone.

DONNA
[into phone] Bartlet for America, Josh Lyman's office. Uh, yes, I think I'm
going to
have someone from the press office get back to you if it's related to --
yes. Uh, yes.

Josh takes his badge holder off his neck and hands it to Donna, who smiles.

DONNA
[into phone] Yes.

FADE TO: INT. G.W. HOSPITAL - PRESENT
A very concerned and teary-eyed Donna watches from outside Josh's operating
room, while
holding her White House badge.

FADE OUT.
END ACT THREE
* * *

ACT FOUR

FADE IN: INT. THE WHITE HOUSE - DAY

	TUESDAY, 8:46 AM

CUT TO: INT. SAM'S OFFICE - CONTINUOUS
Sam is inside as C.J. knocks on the door.

C.J.
Hey, Spanky.

SAM
Oh, God, what did I do?

C.J.
Take a walk with me, would you?

C.J. and Sam walk and talk down the HALLWAY.

C.J.
They're taking him off bypass now.

SAM
Yeah, I just heard. I'm going to head to the hospital.

C.J.
You did well on the morning shows.

SAM
Thanks.

C.J.
I told Leo the reason I didn't want to do it was that it didn't feel right
with Josh
still in surgery.

SAM
Yeah.

C.J.
You know what the real reason was?

SAM
The real reason?

C.J.
Yeah.

SAM
No.

C.J.
I think you do.

SAM
Listen, C.J....

C.J.
[to aide] Suzanne. [to Sam] The real reason I couldn't go on the morning
shows and give
a first-hand account of what happened is that I couldn't remember what
happened.
I remember walking out of the building, I remember somebody knocked me down,
I know my
necklace came off, and I know a police car window exploded over my head. All
night long,
I've been doing my press briefings using notes from other people's
accounts. But it's
morning now, and after listening to you on the morning shows, I know what
happened.

SAM
C.J....

C.J.
Sam. I think you have my necklace.

SAM
I didn't want you to feel beholden to me. I didn't want it to be like an
episode of
"I Dream of Jeannie" where now you have to save my life...

C.J.
Sam.

SAM
...the time-space continuum, where you have to follow me around with coconut
oil and
hot towels...

C.J.
Coconut oil?

SAM
I'm just saying.

C.J.
Sam, I don't feel beholden to you.

SAM
Why not? I saved your life.

C.J.
Can I have my necklace back?

She smiles at him sweetly as he searches his pockets for the necklace and
hands it to her.

C.J.
Thank you.

SAM
I'll be in my office.

C.J.
Sam?

SAM
Yeah.

C.J.
Were you scared?

SAM
[pauses and steadies himself] Yeah.

C.J.
Me too. Thanks.

Sam walks back to his office. C.J. opens a door and steps into the loud and
glare that
is the press room.

C.J. [VO]
I have an update, and I can give you a ballistics report, so let's get
started.

The reporters clamor for C.J.

CUT TO: EXT. OUTSIDE G.W. HOSPITAL - DAY
Ron Butterfield is doing a security check, as Toby walks up to him.

TOBY
Ron.

RON
Hey, Toby. I heard they're about to take him off bypass.

TOBY
Pretty soon, yeah. Listen, can I talk to you for a minute?

RON
Sure. [to cop] Sergeant, I want those people in the corner backed up another
200 feet.

COP
Yes, sir.

RON
And if they move again, then handcuff them to a parking meter.

TOBY
How's your hand?

RON
It's fine.

TOBY
You should be home.

RON
What's on your mind?

TOBY
C.J.'s starting to get some questions about why the President's exit wasn't
covered in
Rosslyn.

RON
The Secret Service doesn't comment on procedure.

TOBY
Yeah. Ron, a few weeks after the President was sworn in, you got a memo
about his
protection.

RON
Yeah.

TOBY
It said he wanted to enter and exit in the open air, and he didn't like the
feeling of
traveling around in an armored tank.

RON
Yeah.

TOBY
Specifically, it said he wouldn't use the tent or the canopy anymore.

RON
Yeah.

TOBY
I wrote that memo, and the President signed it at my urging.

RON
I know.

TOBY
Ron, I don't think it's right that the Secret Service get blamed for what
happened last
night, I want the Treasury Department to hand over my memo to the Press.

RON
No, we can't do that.

TOBY
There are going to be a lot of questions.

RON
There are always a lot of questions.

TOBY
Ron.

RON
Don't worry about it, Toby.

TOBY
It's not right. You're the guys - look at your hand.

RON
My hand is fine.

TOBY
Your hand is not fine.

RON
Toby.

TOBY
Let me go over there and tell them it was my fault.

RON
It wasn't your fault.

TOBY
Ron.

RON
It wasn't your fault. It wasn't Gina's fault, it wasn't Charlie's fault,
it wasn't
anybody's fault, Toby. It was an act of madmen. You think a tent was going
to stop them?
We got the President in the car. We got Zoey in the car. And at 150 yards,
five stories
up, the shooters were down 9.2 seconds after the first shot was fired. I
would never let
you not let me protect the President. You tell us you don't like something,
we figure out
something else. It was an act of madmen. Anyway, the Secret Service doesn't
comment on
procedure.

TOBY
Okay.

Ron walks away.

TOBY
Good job last night.

RON
Thank you.

Toby sits down on a bench and sighs heavily.

CUT TO: INT. THE BRIEFING ROOM - DAY
C.J. is on a TV screen in the back of the pressroom holding another
briefing. The camera
pans up to Leo, who is watching her. He gives the nod to Margaret, who pulls
Danny aside
and directs him over to Leo.

C.J.
The Secret Service Agents carry a weapon called a .357 sig-hauer. The agents
on the roof
shot the two men with .726 caliber rifles that are referred to as JAR,
which believe it
or not, stands for "Just Another Rifle". They are made specifically and
exclusively for
the Secret Service.

Danny approaches Leo in the back of the room.

C.J. [OS]
I wanted to mention...

DANNY
Leo?

LEO
Shh.

C.J.
This is our 5th press briefing since midnight. Obviously, there's one story
that going
dominating news around the world for the next few days, and it would be easy
to think
that President Bartlet, Joshua Lyman, and Stephanie Abbott were the only
victims of a gun
crime last night. They weren't. Mark Davis and Sheila Evans of Philadelphia
were killed
by a gun last night. He was a Biology Teacher and she was a Nursing
student. Tina Bishop
and Linda Larkin were killed with a gun last night. They were 12. There were
36 homicides
last night. 480 sexual assaults, 3,411 robberies, 3,685 aggravated assaults,
all at
gunpoint. And if anyone thinks those crimes could have been prevented if
the victims
themselves had been carrying guns, I'd only remind you that the President
of the United
States himself was shot last night while surrounded by the best trained
armed guards in
the history of the world. Back to the briefing.

C.J. continues the briefing.

DANNY
She's good.

LEO
Yes, she is.

DANNY
Leo...

LEO
I'm going to the hospital. Why don't you ride with me?

Leo exits the Press Room as Danny follows.

CUT TO: INT. A HOTEL ROOM IN CHICAGO - FLASHBACK

	SHERATON CENTRE HOTEL
	CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

The T.V. screen shows the results from the primary. The camera pans across
room, finally
following Sam and Leo as they cross it.

SAM
We're starting to get some good exit polling, at Stark County and Rock Island.

LEO
How good?

SAM
We're running at 53 to 58 with the undecideds, from 72 hours ago, at the
12th,
14th and 15th.

LEO
That's the Money!

SAM
DeWitt County, Cumberland!

JOSH
Yeah!

LEO
Who are you talking to?

JOSH
I'm talking to nobody. There's no one at my house.

LEO
What's going on?

JOSH
Nothing. My dad had his chemo today. These exit polls are going to cheer
him up.

LEO
Sam said that we got the 72 hour undecideds in the 14th and 15th.

Abbey walks up to them.

ABBEY
Leo, is there any food in this room that isn't fried?

LEO
Well, if there is, let's get rid of it.

ABBEY
I'm not kidding.

LEO
Good exits from Stark County and Rock Island.

ABBEY
How good?

LEO
They're good.

BARTLET [VO]
Leo!

Bartlet enters the arm, very grumpy.

BARTLET
What the hell is this?

JOSH
That's Sam's draft of your victory remarks.

BARTLET
"I congratulate my opponent on a well-fought campaign in Illinois"?

LEO
You don't want to congratulate him?

BARTLET
Yes, I want to congratulate him, but I'd like to call him by his name! Are
we back to
this old crap again?

JOSH
Governor, we just--

BARTLET
Leo, I want to go over this whole thing with you.

LEO
Excuse me.

He follows Bartlet out of the room.

BARTLET [VO]
It's the exact same crap all over again! It's amateur hour...!

ABBEY
[to Josh] You can say it, you know. It's not like I haven't heard it before.

JOSH
Your husband's a real son of a bitch, Mrs. Bartlet.

ABBEY
He doesn't like being handled.

JOSH
Well, I think that if he looked around, he'd see that nobody's handling him.

ABBEY
He's not ready yet, Josh. He's terrified.

JOSH
Well, is he going to be ready?

ABBEY
You bet your ass he will. In the meantime, you want to kick something,
kick me.

We switch our view to Sam, Toby and C.J. by the T.V.

SAM
Toby.

C.J.
Here it comes!

T.V. REPORTER
With 17% of the precincts reporting, we are now ready to call the Illinois
primary for
former New Hampshire Governor Jed Bartlet.

Everyone cheers, cheers, cheers all around, and hugs as "Celebration" by
Kool and the
Gang plays.

JOSH
[pointing at Sam] Yes!

Leo enters and gives Josh a big hug.

LEO
Hey, hey, hey! Way to go! Now, let's get to California.

Leo runs away to party.

JOSH
Leo, we've got to replace this music, we've got to replace it with some
Doobie Brothers!

Donna walks up to Josh apprehensively as the others party round.

DONNA
Josh?

JOSH
And Donna, you've got to get happy, Donna, you just won the Illinois Primary,
come dance
with me!

DONNA
No, Josh. No, Josh... your father died.

Josh stares at her, stunned.

FADE TO: INT. CHICAGO AIRPORT - NIGHT
In a T.V. screen at the airplane gate, we see a reporter.

REPORTER
...very happy Bartlet Supporters. We are told the candidate is in the suite,
refining
his remarks, he's due to be down here at any moment. Just over an hour ago...

The camera pulls down to the coolest blocking on television. Two men walk
under the TV,
one right past an oblivious Josh. The first man says something into his
sleeve, and stops
to stand about three feet away from Josh, near the counter. The second man,
earpiece
visible, walks past Josh on the other side of his seat, and stops to stand
near the
windows. Josh doesn't quite realize what's going on until a third man slides
into view
in the front left of the screen. All of a sudden, Bartlet appears, walking
out of the
right side of screen, directly behind Josh.

[Do yourself a favor -- if you've got it on tape, watch it a couple of more
times.
It's the coolest thing ever.]

BARTLET
Josh?

JOSH
[jumping up] Governor!

BARTLET
Your father died, Josh. I can't believe it.

JOSH
Yeah, uh, Governor, you -- you shouldn't be here.

BARTLET
What happened?

Bartlet sits down. Josh also awkwardly sits.

JOSH
He, uh, went for his chemotherapy and he unexpectedly developed a pulmonary
embolism,
it's a --

BARTLET
It's a blood clot.

JOSH
Yeah. It went to his heart and there was cardiac arrest.

BARTLET
Yeah... Yeah.

JOSH
Governor, you should really get back to the ballroom, so that you can get
on a plane and
get to California.

BARTLET
He was a lawyer?

JOSH
Yeah, a litigator.

BARTLET
Did he like that you were in politics?

JOSH
I think he would have liked grandchildren more.

BARTLET
[chuckling] He would've.

JOSH
He liked that I was working for you. He liked that we were starting to do
well.
He would've liked tonight. At least his friends and neighbors will be spared
all the...
you know...

BARTLET
He'd have been doing some bragging?

JOSH
Yeah, and your name wouldn't have come up, by the way. "My son won the
Illinois primary
tonight". Three more hours, and he would have been able to say that. He'd
have been proud.

BARTLET
He was already. Trust me, Josh, I'm a father. He was already.

JOSH
I appreciate that, Governor. You should really get back to the hotel.

BARTLET
Nah, I'm okay.

JOSH
Sir, not that I don't appreciate you coming down here, but there's a ballroom
full of
people waiting for a victory speech.

BARTLET
They'll wait.

JOSH
Yeah, they will, but the people watching television won't.

BARTLET
I've been a real jackass to you, Josh.

JOSH
Well.

BARTLET
To everybody. Toby Ziegler, C.J. Cregg, Sam Seaborn.

JOSH
Yeah.

BARTLET
Don't think I don't know what you gave up to work on this campaign, and
don't think that
I don't know your value. And I'll never make you think I don't again. You
got to be a
little impressed that I got all those names right just now.

Josh chuckles.

FLIGHT ATTENDANT [VO]
Delta Airlines Flight 175 to Kennedy International now boarding...

JOSH
They're calling my flight.

He gets up, and so does Bartlet.

BARTLET
You want me to go with you?

JOSH
[stops] Go with me?

BARTLET
Maybe you want some company on the plane.

He starts to feel all his pockets for his wallet.

BARTLET
I could get a ticket and come with you.

JOSH
Governor! California. You have to go the ballroom and give a Victory speech
in primetime
and go to California.

BARTLET
I guess you're right.

JOSH
[laughing] You guess I'm right? Listen to me, Governor, if you don't lose
this election,
it isn't going to be because you didn't try hard enough. But it was nice of
you to ask.
Thank you, I appreciate.

BARTLET
They're calling your flight.

Josh turns to board the plane, taking one last look at Bartlet, who nods
encouragingly to
him. Josh boards the plane. Leo walks up behind Bartlet.

LEO
Is he going to be all right?

BARTLET
He's going to be fine.

LEO
Good.

Bartlet turns around to face Leo.

BARTLET
Leo?

LEO
Yeah?

BARTLET
I'm ready.

Leo grins in understanding, and then joins Bartlet as they walk out of the
terminal,
several people recognizing Bartlet and stopping to shake his hand, all the
while we hear
Bartlet giving his speech.

BARTLET [VO]
Tonight, what began on the commons in Concord, Massachusetts, as an alliance
of farmers
and workers, of cobbles man and tinsmiths, of statesmen and students, of
mothers and
wives, of men and boys, lives two centuries later as America! My name is
Josiah Bartlet,
and I accept your nomination for the Presidency of the United States!

The speech ends, we hear cheers and applause, but we--

FADE TO WHITE.

DR. HOLBROOK [VO]
Josh? Josh, wake up, it's okay.

FADE TO: INT. HOSPITAL ROOM - PRESENT
The camera is closed in on Josh, lying on his hospital bed, with his eyes
closed.

DR. HOLBROOK [OS]
I want you to wake up.

Josh opens his eyes slowly and looks around, muttering something as the
camera pulls back
from his face. He is surrounded by Leo, the doctors, and Bartlet, who leans
in.

BARTLET
I couldn't hear you, Josh.

Bartlet leans in closer, and then pulls back.

LEO
What did he say?

BARTLET
He said, "What's next?"

Bartlet lays his hand on Josh's head as we --

DISSOLVE TO: END TITLES.
FADE TO BLACK.
THE END
* * *

The West Wing and all its characters are properties of Aaron Sorkin, John
Wells
Production, Warner Brothers Television, and NBC. No copyright infringement
is intended.

Episode 2.2 -- 'In The Shadow Of Two Gunmen part 2'
Original Airdate: October 4, 1999, 10:00 P.M. EST

Transcript By: Camper
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