Bartlet makes a disparaging comment about a potential Republican nominee after a television interview, apparently not realizing that he is still being recorded. Meanwhile, Toby tries to dissuade the newly named U.S. poet laureate, Tabatha Fortis (Laura Dern), from publicly objecting to the government's lack of support for a treaty on land mines; Sam offers Ainsley Hayes a big promotion; and Josh discovers he has an internet message board following, and interpreting, everything he does - with mixed reactions.

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The West Wing Season 3

# Title Air Date
The West Wing
3:1 Isaac and Ishmael Oct 3, 2001
3:2 Manchester Part I Oct 10, 2001
3:3 Manchester Part II Oct 17, 2001
3:4 Ways and Means Oct 24, 2001
3:5 On the Day Before Oct 31, 2001
3:6 War Crimes Nov 7, 2001
3:7 Gone Quiet Nov 14, 2001
3:8 The Indians in the Lobby Nov 21, 2001
3:9 The Women of Qumar Nov 28, 2001
3:10 Bartlet for America Dec 12, 2001
3:11 H. Con-172 Jan 9, 2002
3:12 100,000 Airplanes Jan 16, 2002
3:13 The Two Bartlets Jan 30, 2002
3:14 Night Five Feb 6, 2002
3:15 Hartsfield's Landing Feb 27, 2002
3:16 Dead Irish Writers Mar 6, 2002
3:17 The U.S. Poet Laureate Mar 27, 2002
3:18 Stirred Apr 3, 2002
3:19 Enemies Foreign and Domestic May 1, 2002
3:20 The Black Vera Wang May 8, 2002
3:21 We Killed Tamamoto May 15, 2002
3:22 Posse Comitatus May 22, 2002

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