i love how much you have to suspend disbelief to accept that even though robin had no idea he was going to die he specifically asked zelena to give regina a feather from his bow. robin, in a sickly whisper, “when i die…..give this feather…….to regina. its from a duck”


A subtle reminder that Rob is the father in real life [for added effect]


“I’m proud of him. And he’s one of those people that doesn’t… He’s not going to be proud of himself so I’m extra proud of him, you know what I mean? Doesn’t brag about things. He just works really hard and believes himself, which is really cool. It’s a good dad for your kids.” -Kaitlin Olson about her husband Rob McElhenney


Ok, so here’s the speech. The zombie thing is a bitch. Your world shrivels down to a dot. You know this. And all you can think about is how to get your next meal and keeping your secret. No one can really know you now. Kissing, touching, sex, love….yelling at someone for stealing the blankets…out the question. Forever….but….


Fifteen years ago, Aaron Sorkin’s The West Wing aired for the first time on American television. The show was an idealized view of liberal American politics that invited viewers inside a White House populated by whip-smart, quixotic and impossibly witty people. It confounded the belief that political dramas didn’t work on television, running for seven years and gaining 26 Emmys along the way. With writing, acting and production of a quality then only found in cinemas, The West Wing did for network television what the Sopranos would simultaneously do for cable, elevating the medium to a different level and paving the way for a new golden era of home entertainment.