“Fans say goodbye to the West Wing”
The last season of my best political drama returned on NTV a few Sundays ago, but it’s being aired for the last time in the US in just under 12 hours.
I’m a little of both a Rep and a Dem at heart, so I’m not certain I’ll join either side in reacting to the show’s demise; what I’ll do is that I’ll be among the number that will miss everything good there has been about the show.
I mourned John Spencer as though he was working for me (I was among the fans that rushed to write a tribute to him on the BBC website).
And I watched with keen interest, in my free time during the Democract’s in-house slugfests in 2003 and part of 2004 when I was still across the pond, as Martin Sheen stumped the vote for the liberals.
The plot spoilers I have been getting from the US have not been enough to dampen my interest in the episode that’s currently running on NTV.
I have been waiting to see someone come up with more or less a similar thriller in Kenya…something that will transcend the somewhat faded Reddykyulass and Intrukalass attempt at political comedy.
It is getting painful to laugh at our politics each day the Lord lends me breath.
*Photo credit / BBC Online.
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