Short film made by members of The West Wing cast for the 2000 White House Correspondents Dinner. (Yes, I know, it’s SO three days ago, but I decided I needed my own embed of it.)
Bradley Whitford and the ladies of The West Wing reunite for JDRF (diabetes foundation).
“He was fat back cat cool like a Friday afternoon martini, chillin’ at a quarter after 5. Twist of lime, Coke on the side. The brother loved the high life. Had a Ph.D. in street stride. They called him The Jackal.”
Seeing as how there are so many new fans since it was put on Netflix, I want to make a huge list of everyone who considers themselves a member of TWW Fandom.
You don’t have to have a TWW url, avatar, make gifs or edits or even have seen the whole show yet to be in the fandom; but please reblog this if you consider yourself in the fandom and I will add your URL to a list and post it next week sometime.
"I was introduced to John seven years ago on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank at the read-through for the pilot episode of The West Wing. It was a little daunting because he was one of those seasoned actors with a long background in New York theater. But we became good friends, and acting opposite him became one of my greatest pleasures. Our relationship as C.J. and Leo was so complicated, but in real life it was easy. We’d always travel together from L.A. when our show headed to film in Washington, D.C. We both had a fear of flying, and John was my airplane buddy. He’d hold my hand during the flight and because of that I just knew everything was going to be okay. John was a gentleman. An old-school gentleman."-Allison Janney (via everybodyandtelevision)
“You’re a woman with a lot of options. You’re acting like the world is backing you into a corner.”
Can this be one of those nights where we get sloshed and forget we work together?
To witness Allison is to witness one of the best actors alive. - Alex Graves
Out by the trailers, March 15, 2006.