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Ever wish you had a friend with whom to watch "The West Wing"? Someone to debrief each episode, share fan insights, highlight favorite quips, & revel in its general splendor? Or perhaps you're considering watching it for the first time but you'd like some company (or a geeked out guru guide). Now you have TWO such friends. Meet Andrea & Sallie, two friends who have wit, colorful commentary, and clearly too much time on their hands. Join them as they rewatch the series, episode-by-episode.
 
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Wow. We can't believe we made it through the entire series. It's been quite a wild ride. Here are our thoughts on the series finale! If you'd like to keep in touch with us for any announcements on new interviews or upcoming projects, sign up for my infrequent email list at AndreaHowat.com. We love you, Wingers. Thanks for listening. Love always, An…
 
It's the CJ Cregg show, and we're not mad about it. We've got brilliant (even non-verbal) scenes with both CJ & Danny and CJ & Toby; if this episode doesn't pull at your heart strings, we don't know what will. Also, it's our second-to-last episode, and we're feeling emotional about it. Join us to commiserate, as we recap, "Institutional Memory."…
 
It's a perfectly fine episode; it tells the story of both our President-Elect and one bathrobe-clad candidate who lost and the unlikely way they may be joining forces. We didn't dislike it, but we're missing out on the stories of so many original cast members, with whom we have so little time left.โดย Andrea Howat
 
Does the President-Elect overstep his boundaries? Is he actually playing a covert game of good-cop / bad-cop with President Bartlet? We'll discuss it in between discussing two major points: the long-awaited Josh & Donna DTR (Define The Relationship) and *THE RETURN OF SAM SEABORN*. We have thoughts and feelings. Perhaps you do too. Join us as we re…
 
There are some really lovely aspects of this episode, aside from its most prominent and depressing storyline. Grab a tissue and join us for the sob-fest that is, "Requiem." We promise it'll be okay.โดย Andrea Howat
 
It's the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. It's the culmination of the Santos campaign and the culmination of a relationship that's seven years in the making. We see the joyful (and #awkwardoboe) moments of new love and the unexpected grief of having to say goodbye to another. Tune in as we discuss it all in our recap of "Election Day" (Part…
 
*We almost didn't post this one because Sallie's mic track is scratchy and we couldn't fix it. But for those adept at tuning that out, we figured we'd release the episode, since we already went ahead and recorded the next episode (ELECTION DAY!). Plus, this episode has Toby in it, so we couldn't very well skip it, now could we?…
 
Does Matt Santos have a fatal flaw? A secret lovechild? Or just a tendency to forget his briefcase? This episode could alternatively be titled, "Everybody Hates Jane" or "More Toby, Please." We're down to single digits, with less than 10 episodes until our big SERIES finale! But before then, join us in the discussion of, "Two Weeks Out."…
 
If you're not here to talk about Josh + Donna, this episode is not for you. But if you're like the 99% of us who ARE here for it, then dive on it. We have lots to talk about. Join us as we finally discuss, "The Cold."โดย Andrea Howat
 
A nuclear plant in California has both The White House and both campaigns walking a delicate tightrope. President Bartlet takes the reins. Donna is given a tenuous assignment. Will Bailey continues to sass the press. Join Andrea along with guest Sarah Johnson (@sarahsj) as they discuss all things, "Duck and Cover."…
 
Inside the world of the show, things are brewing between Will + Kate, while Vice Presidential debate prep puts the Santos team on edge. In the real world, we process the news about John Spencer, in light of his brilliant performance in this Leo-centric episode.โดย Andrea Howat
 
They're trying to replace Josh! Kate asks Will Bailey on a date. Ellie Bartlet is getting married, which means President Bartlet is getting emotional - which means WE're getting emotional. Join us, will you?โดย Sallie Gregory
 
Spoiler alert: we both really like this episode, but we can understand why some of you do not. We'll discuss our favorite moments and the moments we consider to be the worst in The West Wing (ever). Join us as we discuss, "The Debate."โดย Andrea Howat
 
Debate negotiations? Semi interesting. Two pro-choice candidates? Very interesting. DONNA GETS HIRED BY THE SANTOS CAMPAIGN? Now we need to talk. Join us as we recap, "The Al Smith Dinner."โดย Andrea Howat
 
Don’t mind us as we pretend that this episode’s really about them keeping Toby in the Roosevelt Room because they’re planning a surprise party for him. Join us and special co-podcaster Lizzy from The Hamilton West Wing (@TheHamWing) as we discuss our mutual affinity for Lin-Manuel Miranda and the most heartbreaking (but beautifully told), terrible,…
 
The Vinnick Campaign tries to put the Santos campaign on the back foot by speaking out about immigration issues. My how times have changed. Friend of the show Dustin Alexander steps in for Sallie to share thoughts on the episode, which is tied with The Long Goodbye for the least number of original cast members in it. Hope you feel less awkward abou…
 
Matt Santos is the best Mommy we've ever had, and we've got no problem with it. And let's give two cheers for Janeane Garofalo in her first West Wing episode! From electoral math to moments of 50 Shades of Gray, we're here to talk about it all.โดย Andrea Howat
 
Only one more season to go, and we're getting emotional! But we're also emotional because NASA has a leak and Matt Santos gives the perfect speech. Do you have feelings about this episode too? We thought so. Join us as we discuss, "2162 Votes."โดย Andrea Howat
 
**SPOILER ALERT** “It’s all downhill from here” or is it? In this episode we discuss the consistently inconsistent relationships on The West Wing (and Dule’s upcoming wedding in real life!). And we start mourning the Toby storyline we all hate. Tell us all your thoughts on, "Things Fall Apart."โดย Andrea Howat
 
Well, whaddya know, it's The Vinick Show. Surely we're still rooting for Matt Santos but we'll take any episode that gives us a hearty dose of Bartlet being the leader we know and love. Vinick fields questions on his personal religious beliefs and he ends up discussing them with President Bartlet, over multiple tubs of ice cream. It's truly delight…
 
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