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[on how audiences are watching TV in 2012] Audiences are watching at a time other than when the network puts it on. Unlike with a movie or a play, I don't get to experience the audience watching the show. On Sunday night, it feels like I'm the only one watching it. It's hard to imagine anyone else is too.
Sorkin seems to have an affinity for Nobel prize-winning economists. His fictional President in The American President
(1995), "Andrew Shepherd", studied under a Nobel prize-winning economist. His President on The West Wing
(1999), "Jed Bartlet", actually was a Nobel prize-winning economist.
Often uses a legal proceeding as a plot device (trials, depositions, etc.)