According to the diploma hanging on her wall, Amy graduated from Yale University.
The country of Kuhndu does not exist.
Leo flew F-105 jets in the Vietnam War.
Newscaster: On what was described as a routine patrol of the perimeter of Bitanga airport, the three reported by radio an attacked by an estimated 50 members of the Kundu National Army.
Kundu is not a real country.
In the final scene with Sam and Toby at the bar discussing Sam's losing the congressional race being inevitable:
Toby orders 2 shots and a beer. The scene before ending with them walking out to go back to work shows two empty shot glasses on the bar but the beer was never brought nor drank. Silly thing to notice but that's how nitpicks go.
Fitzwallace's statement about Delta going in with two RAH-66s and a Blackhawk, and twenty men securing the area is incorrect. The RAH-66 is not in general service, and the UH-60 "Blackhawk" only seats 10. A MH-60 "Nighthawk" is usually used for an op like this.
Aide: Kuhndu is in the midst of a civil war.
Kuhndu is not a real country.
CJ makes a big deal about some miscommunication between AF1 and the CHP, stating Interstate 5 has been closed (presumably for the motorcade) and the CHP thought they would land in Santa Ana when they are supposed to land in Los Alamitos. Despite this comment from CJ, later in the episode Sam mentions airport traffic at John Wayne being on hold, implying AF1 landed there. Also, getting to Newport Beach from Santa Ana or Los Alamitos would not require the 5 Freeway, but the 405 Freeway. There is also mention of people being stuck in Disneyland waiting for the motorcade. We don't know where these people have to go to get home, but the route from either airport to Newport doesn't go anywhere near Disneyland.
Besides the series always being in the off-years from the real presidential elections (the series' presidential elections are held in 2002 and 2006 and stated as such years), the inauguration ceremony/address/parade/balls are held on a Sunday. In reality, if January 20th falls on a Sunday, the president takes the oath of office as constitutionally required, but the ceremonies are held the next day. This happened in reality in 2013 with Barack Obama's second inaugural.
Will: Which is more than you can say for the Kuhndunese.
Kuhndu is a made-up country.
Toby: ...but we're not talking about the President going to Asia or the President going to Rwanda or the President going to Qumar.
Qumar is a made-up country.
According to Toby his office is 63 feet from the Oval Office, so wouldn't the Secret Service come running into the room from the sound of Will shattering a pane of glass?
The expression "Avoid entangling alliances" is incorrectly attributed to Jefferson -- it's from George Washington's Farewell Address.
Continuity error?: Kuhndu was first mentioned in "In this White House" when the president of Kuhndu visited to discuss AIDS medication with the drug companies. In this episode Bartlet states that when he got his briefing memo he had to reach for an atlas. So Kuhndu may be a different country from the Republic of Kuhndu.
Goof: If you look carefully at the teleprompter after President Bartlet says, "We're being candid, at least," the word "obliged" is misspelled "abliged."
The Republic of Equatorial Kundu is a fictional African country.
Donna makes repeated reference to thirteen buttons on Jack Reese's dress blue uniform trousers, which is incorrect. Jack Reese is an officer, and an officer's dress blue and formal dress blue uniforms have one button and a zipper. Only enlisted personnel have a dress blue uniform with thirteen trouser buttons.
C.J. Cregg grew up in Dayton, Ohio as did Allison Janney who portrays her.
This was the third of only three episodes to have not been written or co-written by Aaron Sorkin during his tenure as executive producer, the others being season one's "Enemies" and season four's "Swiss Diplomacy."