- What Kind of Day Has It Been (disambiguation)
What Kind of Day Has It Been" is the last episode of Season 1 of " The West Wing".
What Kind of Day Has It Been may also refer to:
* "What Kind of Day Has It Been", the last episode of Season 1 of "Sports Night".
* "What Kind of Day Has It Been", the last episode of the only season of "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip".
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