Great series - only one problem... It seems the politics of the show got it its own way, notice how Rob Lowe's part gets smaller and smaller when he is one of the best actors on the show. Very disappointing and extremely annoying and disappointing when you find out the 'politics' behind this...
$40???? The star rating is for the price not for the show. The show is full of great acting and is one of the best written shows I've seen. You can watch it free on Netflix as well as a couple of sites online, and its twice as expensive here as new shows that are still airing, that's ridiculous since its been done for years.
What a great show I am a Democrat junkie, but just loved this show. May have missed last 2 seasons cause didn't have TiVo yet n got behind ;)
West Wing Watched this series from start to finish years ago. It is available on NetFlix if you haven't. Fast, witty, fun, moving and intelligently written, one of the best political dramas of all time.
one issue. why can't I buy Full Season for seasons 1,2,3,4,5,6 more than money it is aggravating and tedious having to go in and purchase them all individually. also makes no sense this isv the only TV series this has every happened with. I've bought 1-3, but honestly I may not buy the rest because of this reason.
One of the Best TV Shows Ever. Right to the very last episode, it never got boring or predictable... simply great writing.
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