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  1. 'West Wing' Uncensored: POTUS, the Fish and 10 Other Things Left Out of THR's Oral History

    6:00 am 5/15/2014

    The inspiration for the famed walk-and-talk, the laughable network notes, the run-in with Madeleine Albright and other tidbits from "West Wing's" seven-season run.Read more

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  2. 'West Wing' Uncensored: Aaron Sorkin, Rob Lowe, More Look Back on Early Fears, Long Hours, Contract Battles and the Real Reason for Those Departures

    1:30 am 5/13/2014

    Sidney Poitier was the first choice for president; Bill Clinton was a fan; and Sorkin and Tommy Schlamme created a show "about democracy run by a couple of Kim Jong-ils": an oral history of the heady, liberal, poli-sci fantasy, 15 years after NBC greenlighted it.Read more

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  3. 'The West Wing' Cast Reflects on Favorite Episodes

    6:24 pm 5/9/2014

    From the live episode “The Debate” to the Emmy-winning “The Women of Qumar,” the cast selects their most treasured moments from the NBC drama.Read more

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  4. Dule Hill Joins Broadway's 'After Midnight' Cast

    4:47 pm 7/24/2013

    The "West Wing" and "Psych" star will showcase his song and dance skills in the tribute to the Duke Ellington years at Harlem's Cotton Club.Read more

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  5. 'West Wing' President Gives Obama Post-Debate Advice

    9:12 pm 10/6/2012

    Aaron Sorkin penned a script with Martin Sheen's character telling the real-life commander in chief how to get back in the game.Read more

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  6. 'The West Wing' Cast Reunites to 'Walk and Talk' for Michigan Nonpartisan Candidate (Video)

    2:41 pm 9/20/2012

    The videos reunite cast members, including Martin Sheen, Allison Janney and Bradley Whitford, to boost voter turnout and raise nonpartisan ballot awareness in Michigan.Read more

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  7. Hillary Clinton: Aaron Sorkin's 'West Wing' Studied by Burma's New Government (Video)

    5:43 pm 9/19/2012

    The NBC drama was passed around by officials hoping to learn about the workings of democracy; "I think we can do better than that," Clinton says.Read more

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