Well, maybe it’s not all that exciting to y’all, but it is to me.
Wow, they looked so much younger then! Pretending to be in the White House really ages you, doesn’t it?
I also note that back then, Bartlet was itching to use military power. In the clip Bryan uses, he and Leo are on opposite sides of the same argument they’re having just before Leo’s heart attack.
Of course, Leo’s right in both instances. Leo’s always right. Leo’s the one who should have been president. As the clip below demonstrates.
Yes, I’m now in the sixth season, and yes, the quality has declined somewhat. But I’m still enjoying it.
One beef, though: You ever notice the way people or plot lines would just evaporate, without a word spoken as to what happened? For instance, what happened to Sam Seaborn? He went West for a very brief special election, expecting to lose, and then… what? He’s been gone for a season or more now.
Seems like they could have made the slight effort to explain his absence…