My review of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
Smug, conceited, and condescending. There's something I felt more in this show than any other Sorkin show -- except for perhaps A Few Good Men, a movie that treated its audience and characters like idiots -- and that's when I am inclined to agree with him on certain, let's say, social issues, I just want to smack him and just generally disagree with him on the principle that his presentation is so unlikeable.
For a fuller takedown on Sorkin's prickitude, read Todd VanDerWerff Walking and talking: the quick wit and false heart of Aaron Sorkin's Studio 60
Otherwise, Bradley Whitford and Matthew Perry were brilliant together and I'll stick around a little longer to watch them work.