Commander in Chief: Episode First Strike Music & List of Songs
Release date: 11 October 2005
Director: Rod Lurie
Stars: Kyle Secor (Rod Calloway), Jenna Gavigan (Jenny), Anthony Azizi (Vince Taylor), Michael O'Neill (Congressman Wilcox), Donald Sutherland (Nathan Templeton), Leslie Hope (Melanie Blackston), Harry Lennix (Jim Gardner), Steve Tom (Reporter Steve), Robert Michael Lee (Staffer), Julie Ann Emery (Joan Greer), Ned Vaughn (Reporter Charlie), Mary Page Keller (Grace Bridges), Jason Wiles (Alex Williams), Kim Robillard (Principal Stokes), Steven Meek (Reporter #1), Hira Ambrosino (Laura), Kunal Sharma (A.J.), Natasha Henstridge (Jayne Murray), Kate Jennings Grant (Reporter Samantha), Will Lyman (Teddy Bridges), Pamela Dunlap (Gilda Rockwell), Al Brown (General Pollack), David Bridgewater (Charlie Witherspoon), Danny Mora (Juan Duran), Richard Varga (Tour Guide), Hunter Allan (Tommy Bridges), Matt Lanter (Horace Calloway), Caitlin Wachs (Rebecca Calloway), Michael Shiraef (Aide Ryan), Lisa Waltz (Alison Remarque), Peter Coyote (Warren Keaton), Scott Williamson (Ralph Dolan), Travis Aaron Wade (Reporter #3), Ever Carradine (Kelly Ludlow), Jasmine Jessica Anthony (Amy Calloway), Geena Davis (President Mackenzie Allen), Ted Porter (Agent Elderson), Kristen Shaw (Norah Woodruff), J. Scott Shonka (Colonel Wesley), Fred Ortiz (President's Secret Service Agent), Brion Rose (Sam the Butler), Linda Shing (Reporter #2), Stan Kelly (Roman Wolfe) see more...
Faced with her first national crisis - the death of nine DEA agents in Latin America - Mackenzie shows strength and resolve in dealing with a corrupt leader. Meanwhile, Nathan Templeton is approached by an ambitious congressman who served with Mac's Vice Presidential candidate, Warren Keaton, and is eager to divulge potentially damaging info in an effort to derail his nomination. Mac's teenage twins resume public school, only this time it's complete with secret service detail and press spectacle, and while popular Horace welcomes the attention, shy Rebecca finds it overwhelming.