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"Wingin It: The West Wing Podcast" - Andrea Howat

By Andrea Howat & Sallie Gregory

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Description

Ever wish you had a friend with whom to watch "The West Wing"? Someone to debrief each episode, share fan insights, highlight favorite quips, & revel in its general splendor? Or perhaps you're considering watching it for the first time but you'd like some company (or a geeked out guru guide). Now you have TWO such friends. Meet Andrea & Sallie, two friends who have wit, colorful commentary, and clearly too much time on their hands. Join them as they rewatch the series, episode-by-episode.

Customer Reviews

POTUS would be proud

I'm happy this exists! I love the West Wing and I've been looking for a good podcast about this show for a while now. I only wish you would book some guests! maybe the Gilmore Guys?? #GG4WW

Aptly Named

Two words: Inane and insipid. As a long-time WW fan I've been thrilled to find that TWW is once again appearing on people's radar, thanks no doubt to TWW having been released on Netflix.

I'm a subscriber to this as well as three other WW podcasts and Wingin It is by far my least favorite. I'll continue to listen because of my love for all things WW but this one is hard to stomach, at least for me.

The podcast is aptly named as it seems that the hosts are often--and admittedly--ill-prepared. This is made worse by their seeming lack of knowledge about common cultural references (i.e. Knute Rockne's legendary reputation as a motivator) and vocbulary (i.e. arcane). Perhaps worse still is that by their own admission the hosts aren't sure that they've actually seen every episode of the very show about which they've chosen to podcast.

While their affection and respect for the quality of TWW is apparent throughout, I can't imagine how anyone listening to a WW podcast (obviously a fan) wouldn't find this podcast unworthy of the subject matter.

In short, Wingin It is heavy on fluff and light on expertise or insight. There are better options.

Still Trying...

Still trying to love this podcast. It’s hard for me, as an original ADULT watcher and devotee from the first run of the show, I sometimes find the girls slightly disrespectful and dismissive of the time period (early 00’s) and having NO idea what certain references mean (not knowing who Knute Rockne was REALLY stands out to me as well as not understanding a reference to FDR and big government.)

I was a DEDICATED watcher during the first run of the shows. Wednesday night was sacrosanct and everyone in my life KNEW not to try and call me from 8-9. And when the series was first put on Amazon Prime in the summer of 2012, I spent 2 weeks while living and working on Kauai doing NOTHING but watching WW in my spare time. I’ve since re-watched the entire 7 seasons at MINIMUM of 5 times and the show is like an old friend to me.

And the singing, OH EM GEE, the singing. It can stop anytime, please.

I wish I could give it more stars, but I just can’t. Not yet anyway.

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