That’ll do Bartlett. That’ll do.

Cromwell Acts Presidential on ‘The West Wing’
LOS ANGELES ( – James Cromwell will bring his considerable presence to the 100th episode of “The West Wing.”
The Oscar and three-time Emmy nominee has signed on to appear in the 100th episode of NBC’s White House drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He’ll play a former president, the last Democrat to hold the office before Jed Bartlet (Martin Sheen).
The role will be at least the third time the 6-foot-4 Cromwell has played a president, following turns as Lyndon Johnson in FX’s movie “RFK” and the fictional President Fowler in the feature “The Sum of All Fears.” He also played a recently ousted U.S. senator in the short-lived CBS drama “Citizen Baines,” which was executive produced by “West Wing” head man John Wells.
Wells and Cromwell also worked together on “ER,” where Cromwell earned one of his Emmy nominations for a guest-starring arc in 2001. The others came for guest work on HBO’s “Six Feet Under” and for his portrayal of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst in the 1999 HBO movie “RKO 281.”
Cromwell’s other credits include “Babe” — for which he earned his Oscar nod — “L.A. Confidential” and “The Green Mile.” He’ll be seen in coming months in HBO’s “Angels in America” and the TNT adaptation of Stephen King’s “Salem’s Lot.”
The 100th episode of “The West Wing” will air later this season. A date hasn’t been set.