There were flashing blue/red lights as Hannibal walked away. The cops got there, just a bit late.
Ronald Guttman was also in a few episodes of Mad Men. He will forever be his Hunt for Red October character to me, though.
There was apparently a bunch of prank-warring on the set of The West Wing, and I wish I'd been able to witness it all. And I desperately wish that Whitford had actually gotten Malina into the In Memoriam reel, because that would probably be a strong contender for Best Prank Ever.
I've watched West Wing so many times that I can basically just listen to these without watching, because I have the episodes memorized.
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This episode still utterly demolishes me every single time I see it. EVERY SINGLE TIME.
Toby's monologue is one of the best pieces of acting I have EVER seen, and it is CRIMINAL that he didn't win an Emmy for it.
I don't think it's explicitly spelled out in this episode or any others, but basically Jean-Paul's dealer didn't give him Ecstasy, he gave him GHB. They didn't get fucked up on both, it was just GHB and Jean-Paul didn't know the difference.
It was my birthday yesterday, so seeing Mark react to this episode is like a belated present.