She says it's not Sorkin's soapbox.
"Parts of it to me seemed implausible."
If every element of News Night is based on MacKenzie’s imbecilic Three Is, thus far each episode of The Newsroom is comprised of three As.
Plus: Stephen Colbert picked on Aaron Sorkin, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Guys, yes. Gals, meh.
For one thing, it has to dance off your tongue.
Not a record, but not bad.
He is still irked that so many people believe in angels.
One cannot recap an Aaron Sorkin show without also recapping Aaron Sorkin.
And some other things.
It was hard.
Sorkin's a common-man idealist who wouldn't know "cool" if it ran him over with a truck.
The banter auteur is back on the small screen after a sojourn in Hollywood. And in talking about television, he just can’t contain himself.
He also likens Sony's project to writing a film about the Beatles.
How to write like Sorkin: Repurpose an old speech, throw in some West Wing quotes.
But did he speak Sorkinese?
And not a single West Wing mention!
The most intense yet.
A longer, laugh-ier clip than the teaser.
Will it be as Mark Zuckerberg? Please?
Anchors and the women who love them.
This will be better than Studio 60.
The famously contrarian critic shouted out a few things.
It will be Sorkin's "librettist debut."
And that name is The Newsroom.