Inside the West Wing: An Unauthorized Look at Television's Smartest Show
For anyone who’s ever wished the American president’s name was Bartlet Since bursting onto the airwaves in 1999, The West Wing has emerged as one of North America’s favourite TV shows — and for good reason. Through its snappy dialogue, Washington-insider references and stellar acting, the show, produced and written by Aaron Sorkin of The American President and A Few Good...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published October 1st 2001 by ECW Press
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This book, or its size, is slightly misleading. Of the 180 pages that come before the bibliography, only 71 are about (describing, explaining, critiquing, etc.) the show -- the next 110 pages are cast bios, character bios, and an episode guide for the first two seasons of the show. In other words, only 70 pages of the author's writing and things that watchers of the show don't already know. Additionally, the longest chapter (21 pages) is about fan sites and the people who run and visit them, so...more