Happy Friday, my lovely unicorns. Would you like some newsy bits to send you into the weekend? Would you like them with a side of “In CJ Cregg We Trust?” Then let’s get to it:
This year’s TV landscape seems to be littered with bodies. No spoilers, it’s just that shows have killed a lot of people. We have obviously addressed some of these issues already on Persephone. I had a coworker remark that four shows she watched had deaths in one week, in mid-March I believe. Obviously, the grim reaper […]
One of my first freelancing jobs was writing quizzes for Twitter. Terrible, terrible quizzes. I’ve decided to turn those bad memories into good, and I wrote us a West Wing quiz. Enjoy!
The Westeros Wing. Go forth and follow. (h/t PileofMonkeys)
Sometimes, being right is delicious. For those moments when quietly enjoying a personal victory just won’t do, these .gifs can be the cherry on top of your rightness.
The leaves are getting crisp. Giant men are hitting each other for fun. Jam is being made. It is fall, which to me means new TV shows and old TV shows. Well, it means TV in general. One of the best parts of TV shows are their theme songs. I love the intersection of music […]
Since the new television season has started, and Sally J. and I are both on the roster to do new show recaps, we decided to wrap up season four in one fell swoop.
That’s right. We’re not going to talk about “The Long Goodbye.”
With reelection firmly behind us now, The West Wing delves into its traditional holiday episode, always a fine mix of revelry, world issues, and the personal issues of the staff. Oh and music, there’s always some kind of live music. As CJ notes, this year’s accapella group makes you “just want them to take you […]
True to form, the Bartlet White House hit the ground running as they finish the last bit of their first term. There are many side-stories going on and several story lines get pushed on during these rather serious episodes.
Sally J. is back in the co-host seat for Two Questions About The West Wing. Today, we’ll be chatting about “Election Night” and “Process Stories.”
The Bartlet White House is well on its way to election night. What madcap adventures will our ragtag ideologues get into this week?
After Toby, Josh, and Donna finally make it out of Indiana, the consequences of the events at the end of season three begin to play out.
Everything changes in Season Four.
We are wrapping up season three of The West Wing this week, with some light-hearted story lines lighten things up as President Bartlet orchestrates an assassination and what the editors have dubbed, “the worst death in TV history.”