Join NYT bestselling author and award-winning podcaster Lani Diane Rich with a new guest every week as they watch an episode of The West Wing and pretend that Jed Bartlet is president of the United States.
JBIMP #13. What’s Next? (S2.01-02)
In this episode of Jed Bartlet is My President, I sit down with Sarah D. Bunting of Previously.tv and Tomato Nation to discuss authoritative mustaches, the flute of doom, and anaphora in The Shadow of Two Gunmen (2.01-02). Download the mp3 here. Subscribe to the show! iTunes • Stitcher • RSS Show notes: Discuss Jed Bartlet is My President on the […]
JBIMP#12. You Feckless Thug (Two Cathedrals, 2.22)
In this episode of Jed Bartlet is My President, I sit down with Matthew Vose, co-host of Pop-Culturally Deprived, to discuss sacred spaces, cranky Sam, ghost Mrs. Landingham, and sarcastic Latin when we talk about Two Cathedrals (2.22).
JBIMP #11. Josh Wrote a Porno (Shutdown, 5.08)
In this episode of Jed Bartlet is My President, I sit down with Kevin Flynn, co-host of Crime Writers On... and These Are Their Stories: A Law and Order Podcast, to discuss government shutdowns, the incredible power of hot girls dispensing garbage, and Josh's private computer folder on Shutdown (5.08).
JBIMP #10. That’s The Point (The Women of Qumar, 3.09)
In this episode of Jed Bartlet is My President, I sit down with Dr. Charisse L'Pree, associate professor at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, to discuss media, race and gender as we dig into the themes in The Women of Qumar (3.09)!
JBIMP #9. Morality Play (Posse Comitatus, 3.23)
In this episode of Jed Bartlet is My President, I sit down with Robbie Hurlocker, co-host of Hamilton: The Podcast, to discuss morality, poetry, tragedy, and Lin Manuel-Miranda as we talk about Posse Comitatus (3.23)!
JBIMP #8. Republican Leslie Knope (And It’s Surely to Their Credit, 2.05)
In this episode of Jed Bartlet is My President, I sit down with high school English and film study teacher, and occasional podcast host at FThisMovie.Net, Rob DiCristino to discuss Gilbert and Sullivan, fantastic writing for female characters, and workplaces with an uncanny command of Gilbert and Sullivan as we examine And It's Surely to Their Credit (2.05)!