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I find it interesting that someone as politically apathetic as I am… 
Oct-13th-2005 02:34 pm
I find it interesting that someone as politically apathetic as I am can get so completely immersed in "The West Wing".
Oct-13th-2005 10:15 pm (UTC)
Not surprising - before Aaron Sorkin was kicked from the show, it was one of the best shows around.

(It also broke a couple of news stories, oddly, going into detail about government things that the media couldn't or wouldn't explain. The episode where Sam talks CJ through the US Census - why we do it, what we get from it, issues surrounding it - was entertaining and educational.)
Oct-13th-2005 10:53 pm (UTC)
both are true.

i've watched pretty much the entire show on reruns on bravo. they this week started showing season 6, and i have to say, the shuffling of jobs on the show really fucked things up for me.

on the bartlett4america.org website, they have a "don't save our show" petition that i guess they put out when sorkin left. that entertained me.
Oct-14th-2005 06:29 am (UTC)
Ever seen SPORTS NIGHT? The show Sorkin did before and during THE WEST WING. Just as you don't have to be a politics junkie to dig THE WEST WING, you don't have to like sports to love SPORTS NIGHT. Great show (and, to my eyes, a better one that THE WEST WING).
Oct-14th-2005 06:43 am (UTC)
i remember seeing sports night i think. if and when i did, it wasn't much, and i don't think i was all that invested in it.

was it in reruns on comedy central? i remember soemthing on comedy central late at night about working in a tv studio on sports.
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