The West Wing: The Long Gif Post

That’s right. We’re not going to talk about “The Long Goodbye.” Read More The West Wing: The Long Gif Post

The West Wing: “Enemies Foreign and Domestic” and “The Black Vera Wang”

Oooh, readers, we’ve got two fantastic episodes to talk about today. Read More The West Wing: “Enemies Foreign and Domestic” and “The Black Vera Wang”

Two Questions about The West Wing: Season 3, Episode 19 “Stirred”

Season Three of The West Wing keeps plugging along. There’s a lot of talk about replacing Hoynes as the vice president on the ticket, Donna pushes Josh to make her favorite English teacher’s retirement special, and Charlie finds out he owes money to the IRS. Read More Two Questions about The West Wing: Season 3, Episode 19 “Stirred”

Two Questions about The West Wing: “Night Five” and “Hartsfield Landing”

In these episodes of season three, the Bartlet administration balances running the country with campaigning for a second term as primaries across the country kick off. The president consults a psychologist due to his insomnia, Donna gets a job offer, and a member of the press corps goes missing in the Congo, and a whole lot more happens in these two episodes. Read More Two Questions about The West Wing: “Night Five” and “Hartsfield Landing”

Two Questions about The West Wing: “100,000 Airplanes” and “The Two Bartlets”

We’re in the meaty middle of Season Three, readers. Let’s see what happens after Bartlet’s censure after the cut.  Read More Two Questions about The West Wing: “100,000 Airplanes” and “The Two Bartlets”

Two Questions About the West Wing: 3×07 “The Indians in the Lobby” and 3×08 “The Women of Qumar”

These are two of my favorite episodes from season three: “Indians in the Lobby” serves as season three’s Thanksgiving episode and “The Women of Qumar” made me fall even more in love with our goddess, Ms. CJ Cregg. Read More Two Questions About the West Wing: 3×07 “The Indians in the Lobby” and 3×08 “The Women of Qumar”

Two Questions About The West Wing 3×01 & 3×02: “Manchester Parts 1 and 2”

If the last two episodes of season two, “18th and Potomac” and “Two Cathedrals,” showed how tensions were building among the senior staff, these two episodes show how those tensions came to a head.  Read More Two Questions About The West Wing 3×01 & 3×02: “Manchester Parts 1 and 2”

Retro Recap: The West Wing 5.17 “The Supremes”

After the election, I sent Stephens to learn about some of the men and women who may be considered if the two projected seats open up on the Supreme Court during Obama’s second term. In honor of her posts, one ran yesterday, one will run tomorrow, I thought we might revisit an old friend, The West Wing, and how they handled a similar decision. This recap is, as you might expect, filled with spoilers.  Read More Retro Recap: The West Wing 5.17 “The Supremes”