The West Wing cast, 1999-2006
“We all came together at a time and in a place with a conception that all of us knew at the time was quite phenomenal.” - Martin Sheen
One in forty American men wear women's clothing and we've had well over forty presidents. I'm just saying, one of these guys was
dancing around the Oval Office in a prom dress. Now let's get to the
bottom of that.
"And if you think this is all starting to sound like a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, I don’t blame you a bit."
Day 16 - A scene that makes you happy
This is magnificently uncreative, but Lord help me it’s all I could think of. Most scenes in The West Wing give me feelings, frequently of the crying variety. Let Bartlet be Bartlet just puts a grin on my face. It’s propulsive and idealistic and fun and the soundtrack is straight out of the 80’s, but in the best possible way. This scene is one of the reasons why I love the show so much—it reminds me what it feels like to have faith in my country’s leaders.
This scene makes me really sad. I think that’s because Australian politics are so disastrous at the moment. I’m actually ashamed to have them as leaders.
Why’d you trod Donna out to guilt me?
Get To Know Me → [3/5] Favourite Relationships: President Jed Bartlet/Everyone (The West Wing)
Dear Mr. President
Come take a walk with me
"Is it still in print?," is what my staff would like to know.
“Oh no I said a thing.” - An Autobiography by Josh Lyman.
you ruin me with your perfection • janel moloney
"At one point in my 20s, I was about to quit acting. I’d had a crappy couple of years and I was depressed. My mom said, ‘Don’t give up! You’ll be so mad at yourself.’"