There are, it turns out, quite a few occasions of breathtakingly overt sexism throughout the show.
It can be – as it was when I very recently binge-watched the whole lot in about two months – quite a shock to one’s modern feminist sensibilities. Well, there are several, one of which being that even in 1999 it was apparently okay to be colossally misogynist on prime time TV.
Some people might think they are an odd couple, but she likens them to Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller.’She wrote: ‘I think at nearly 50 the basis of any realtionship [sic] should be restraint and pragmatism before the big dramatic tsunami- s**t i wish i knew this at 20….
2005 - 2006Kristin Chenoweth dated screenwriter Aaron Sorkin on and off for a couple of years before finally calling it quits, though the two are still good friends.
Because sometimes, letting Sorkin be Sorkin just isn't good enough.
A source told the website: ‘He is intrigued by Courtney’s wit, while she says Aaron is a great influence on her.
In fact, he even based the character of Harriet Hayes on 'Studio 60' on Chenoweth.
What about all those years progressive firebrand Josh Lyman held his smart but ditzy secretary in employment captivity and disregarded all of her opinions, sometimes for the explicit reason that she was a woman?His entire oeuvre is fat with prehistoric attitudes to women and their place in society.But now it's 2014, he simply isn’t able to get away with it unscrutinised any more.Sources exclusively tell Page Six that Sorkin, 52, and Love, 49, have been seeing each other for a few months while she’s been staying in Los Angeles at the Chateau Marmont.A source tells us: “He is intrigued by Courtney’s wit, while she says Aaron is a great influence on her.