Snappy banter? Big themes and equally big personalities? Gilbert & Sullivan? Pedeconferences? Whether it's by way of a television studio or the White House, Aaron Sorkin knows how to bring smart, meaningful stories to the small screen like no other.
Oh, this is bad in... so many ways.
And Honey in the Carcass (PG, 1500 words)
The West Wing Apocalyptothon 2008 entry. A plague of bees.
The Comedy of Errors (PG, 1886 words)
Studio 60/The West Wing crossover. Ted Marcus is holding a fundraiser for President Bartlet, which means a command appearance by Matt and Danny on behalf of NBS. Identity hijinks? Inevitable.
Two Exits Away (G, 759 words)
Studio 60. Matt called Danny from his cell phone to declare an end to the Age of Technology. Immediately pre-series.
Leonard Cohen Was A Poet (G, 338 words)
Studio 60. Matt and Suzanne and lyrics interpretation.
Cards in the Hands of an Angry God (G, 268 words)
Studio 60. Matt is eating it. Blame the Puritans.
This Isn't the Comedy We Intended to Do (G, 1166 words)
Studio 60. If it's Danny's birthday, he's more surprised than anybody. Considering this isn't the actual day of his birth. Like that's going to stop Matt.
Danny is Missing and Josh Thinks Matt's a Republican (G, 356 words)
Studio 60/The West Wing crossover. These things are bound to happen when you recycle actors.
He deserves heaven who makes his companions laugh (G, 205 words)
Studio 60/Supernatural crossover. Everybody loves a clown. Harriet Hayes and Dean Winchester. Set after SPN 2.22, "All Hell Breaks Loose (Part II)."
We've Already Lost Indiana (G, 1410 words)
The West Wing/Supernatural crossover. How Toby Ziegler ruined Dean Winchester's life, and Sam failed to inspire a keystone policy of Josiah Bartlet's re-election platform. Set during The West Wing 4.01, "20 Hours In America (Part II)," and Supernatural, pre-series (August 2002).
Nobody Likes the Exciteable One (PG, 330 words)
Studio 60/Supernatural crossover. Matt has a poltergeist on his hands. Dean would like his hands on something else.