Completing the challenges and struggles where the last season stops that follows the staff of the West Wing members in the White House, who struggle against balancing between their personal and professional life. In this new season, the team do their best to find a solution for saving Iraq.
Remember Ainsley Hayes?... She disappeared - banished to her basement office, no doubt, so that she wouldn't get in the way of The West Wing's myopic, melodramatic self-righteousness, which seems to deepen with each passing week.
The West Wing seems to have been taking a long, slow, self congratulatory victory lap, coasting on the admittedly considerable charms and talents of its superb cast but essentially sleeping at the wheel.
When it comes down to the wire, Season Two possesses a mythical element that gives it an edge, and it brims with an energy and verve [that] burned brighter than at any other time in the show's seven-year run.