It’s The Post…” Later in the night, I fell into a bad habit I have: offering unwanted advice ever so arrogantly on exactly how I can “help” someone. In fact, in the writer’s room, when talking about this story, we call the character ‘Bad Mandy’ (as opposed to real Mandy) because I haven’t named her yet.

I’m about to start writing that episode right now and I’m telling you now as I told you then, THIS CHARACTER IS NOT YOU.

While I usually disagree with them—particularly in the case of Biden—I appreciate thoughtful articulation of the opposing viewpoint.

More importantly, while Sorkin shares the delusion with some many pundits from across the political spectrum that everyone would agree with them on everything if only people were more reasonable, he doesn’t caricature his opponents. While it should be obvious to those watching “A Few Good Men” that Jack Nicholson’s Colonel Nathan Jessup was the bad guy, he came across as so earnest and charismatic that I often see Jessup’s lines quoted non-ironically in support of deference to military professionals.

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The latest project from Aaron Sorkin, the prolific TV creator, screenwriter and film producer behind “The West Wing” and “The Social Network,” has shut down during pre-production.

Variety reports that Amblin Entertainment put a hold on the feature film “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” which had been close to moving into production.

Writers are not supposed to live in front of their words. We didn’t know this before and not pay attention, did we?