At the end of the episode, we see a framed photo on a lamp table in the president's private study. It is of Bartlet's father, as portrayed by series producer Lawrence O'Donnell.
Bartlet: It's not good for a person to keep setting goals?
Stanley: It probably is but it's tricky for somebody who's still trying to get his father to stop hitting him.
C.J.: This is a shake down, so tell us how much money and where does it go!
Mr. Loboko: The Congolese government doesn't associate with murderers-
C.J.: The Congolese government is a myth!
Mr. Loboko: (Turns to Leo) I can't talk to this woman.
Leo: Mr. Loboko, how much money and where does it go?
Sam: I also think it's important to make clear that I'm not a sexist.
Charlie: And that I'm all man.
Toby: They'll like us when we win.
Awards and Nominations:
Martin Sheen was nominated in 2002 for the Emmy of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his performance in this episode
Richard Schiff was nominated in 2002 for the Emmy of Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his performance in this episode and in "Hartsfield's Landing"
This episode won the 2002 Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series along with many other from the season (Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, John Wells, Kevin Falls, Alex Graves, Christopher Misiano, Michael Hissrich, Kristin Harms, Llewellyn Wells)
Episode Title: "Night Five" refers to the night Bartlet sees a psychiatrist after not being able to sleep for four consecutive nights.