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it’s still Monday in my mind.

Posted by eric on November 7, 2006

I watched Studio 60 tonight, as I have since it started. Within the first few minutes, the general plot smacked of “Celestial Navigation” from season one of The West Wing — person of importance is arrested in some tiny town, lots of people go to help, and the whole story is told using flashbacks. Real creative, Sorkin. This seems to be a recurring theme (the plot reuse, that is). Of course, the commentary of the show is classic. I still have a feeling the show won’t make it through the halfway point of the season.

2 Responses to “it’s still Monday in my mind.”

  1. Denise said

    I hate how the characters never talk like real people, but yet I still love what they say. Like when Matt and Harriet talk about her side hating his side because she thinks he thinks she’s stupid, and his side hating hers because he thinks she’s stupid. . .:-P

  2. Brandy said

    I really enjoy Studio 60 but that could be because I never watched West Wing so therfore don’t see the similarities. Plus I could watch Matthew Perry read the phone book and be entranced. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it doesn’t get cancelled.
    Oh btw, found you via NaBloPoMo Randomizer…

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