It's all over but the hand-on-Bible-ing for "The West Wing," but I liked last night's C.J.-heavy episode, even though the flash-forward in the season premiere gave away where both her story and Toby's are going. (Someone over A List of Things Thrown Five Minutes Ago suggested Bartlet might commute Toby's sentence without pardoning him, but the point is, we know he's not in jail and that he's very grateful to Jed for something at the time of Bartlet library opening.) Allison Janney is so good with both Tim Busfield and Richard Schiff, so those last two scenes made me very happy.
The Will subplot didn't do a lot for me. I never warmed to the character, since Aaron didn't get a chance to really define him before he got pushed out the door, and since Wells never knew what to do with him. (His stint as Bingo Bob's lackey was particularly hatable.) And I care even less about Kate. Might've been nice to give the B-story slot to Charlie, who's been around much longer and who's been badly neglected by the writers for far too long. I'm hoping there'll be some kind of tear-inducing scene with him and Jed next week.
Only got a few minutes into "Grey's" so far (just long enough to see a naked Sara Ramirez, which is never a bad thing), and as I said below, I'm afraid to comment on "Veronica" since I've seen the finale and know whodunnit. (If you want to discuss "Happy Go Lucky," you can do it here, and if I can think of something to contribute that won't be colored by my knowledge, I'll chime in.)