The West Wing - Complete Season 7 
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The complete seventh and final season of the award-winning drama series starring Martin Sheen. In this season President Bartlet (Sheen) confronts nuclear saber rattling, and is forced to deal with the untimely death of a close friend and colleague. Episodes comprise: 'The Ticket', 'The Mommy Problem', 'Message of the Week', 'Mr. Frost', 'Here Today', 'The Al Smith Dinner', 'The Debate', 'Undecideds', 'The Wedding', 'Running Mates', 'Internal Displacement', 'Duck and Cover', 'The Cold', 'Two Weeks Out', 'Welcome to Wherever You Are', 'Election Day (Part 1)', 'Election Day (Part 2)', 'Requiem', 'Transition', 'The Last Hurrah', 'Institutional Memory' and 'Tomorrow'.
And so this is it. The seventh series of The West Wing, collected together in this season boxset, marks the final swansong for one of the finest, snappiest American television productions of the last decade. Fortunately, and there are no spoilers here, it does go out with some style.
That said, even the most ardent fan of The West Wing would argue that its finest moments came in the first four or five seasons, at the point where its creator, Aaron Sorkin, was still heavily involved in its day to day running. Yet thats meant that some of the later episodes have, unfairly, been given short shrift, when in fact they more than capably demonstrate the winning blend of character, sharp dialogue and cleverly constructed, relevant plotlines of life in fictional US President Bartlets administration.
That said, though, season seven of The West Wing still doesnt hit the heights that the show has scaled over its run, yet its got enough within it to more than justify a purchase, and for far more reasons than simply completing a collection. Not least is the superb, respectful manner in which actor John Spencers tragic passing was written into the show. When the credits roll for the last time come the final episode, theres a real sense that something quite special has come to an end. --Jon FosterSee all Product description
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Nevertheless, season 7 is (I feel) stronger than season 6. A particular highlight includes the episode, 'The Debate'. Some viewers found this a strange episode, but I felt it lent itself very well in setting up Matt Santos and Arnold Vinick as viable characters. Another excellent episode is 'Running Mates', concentrating on Leo McGarry's VP debate practice. A strong episode, Kristin Chenoweth and John Spencer play very well off each other.
Jimmy Smits clearly plays his role with relish, and Alan Alda's Arnold Vinick never fails to be impressive and almost scene-stealing. Allison Janney has an excellent season, which is good as with the campaign trail the White House storylines are largely redundant; Martin Sheen only does one major plotline all season which is a huge shame, as he's excellent in his role. I like Will Bailey, but I constantly find Mary McCormack's character, Kate Harper, unnecessary, and her and Will have an odd chemistry, slightly uncomfortable to watch.
Finally, Bradley Whitford is excellent in anchoring the White House and the Democratic campaign. His portrayal of Josh is as fantastic as it was in season 1.
In summary, a wonderful addition to The West Wing. But ensure you see season 6 first!
This season has one of my favourite episodes 'the debate' (originally filmed LIVE!!!), my other favourite being the pilot that I watched and knew I was going to enjoy the series. During this season I fell a little bit in love with Jimmy Smitts :) The passing of John Spencer was very sad and handled respectfully in the series.
I was sooo sad to get to the last episode but felt it wrapped everything up nicely. Time to start re-runs :)
Anyway, If you have never seen the West Wing, you must. Starting with the first series you become part of an amazing 'family' and if you are not a true blue Democrat when you have finished (no that's not a contradiction in terms) then you will be by the time you have gotten this far. It is brilliant drama - we loved it. So will you. There is no mention of Health Insurance . . . I promise. (I think). The cult of President is very attractive when presented in this manner.
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Had to buy all sevens series.
On Prime, they take no room up.