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What Kind of Day Has It Been 

Dawn finally rises after the night from hell with some good news, new beginnings and new additions for some of the cast and crew of the show.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Matt Albie
... Jordan McDeere
... Danny Tripp
... Jack Rudolph
... Simon Stiles
... Harriet Hayes
... Tom Jeter
... Cal Shanley
... Andy Mackinaw
... Lucy Kenwright
... Captain Boyle
... Doctor
... Alex Dwyer
... Dylan Killington
... Suzanne


Dawn finally rises after the night from hell with some good news, new beginnings and new additions for some of the cast and crew of the show.

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Comedy | Drama





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28 June 2007 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Danny Tripp: I just stood in Jack's office and said, "Screw friendship, screw honor, screw patriotism." That's how I talked about myself. And then I added, "We just lost the franchise." That's how I talked about Matt, who would stand in front of a train for any of us, including you while you're screwing Luke. He's been threatened by the Network, compromised by me, brow-beaten by you, heart-broken by Wes, and he's still standing up. Why am I quitting? Cause they're gonna start shooting at him and I'm gonna ...
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References The West Wing: What Kind of Day Has It Been (2000) See more »

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A perfect finale
23 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

Of course it's sad that 'Studio 60' only lasted a year. But whereas as many cancelled shows get left on a cliff-hanger, with the characters left in limbo, the upside of Sorkin knowing the end was nigh is that he could wrap up the show in style.

And he does. Every character gets a final moment, every plot is beautifully wrapped up with all the great dialogue and warmth that marked this show out in the first place.

It's easy to try to point out where the show went wrong. Yes, the move into politics didn't help, but lets just celebrate what a good show this was.

I absolutely loved the final exchange between Matt and Danny. Their relationship was the anchor of the show, and it was the perfect end for them.

Thank you for being brilliant, Studio 60.

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