Ken Levine (hey Ken) does Sorkin doing baseball. An excerpt:
EXT. KAUFFMAN STADIUM -- NIGHT
THE MANAGER, LEO, TROTS OUT TO THE MOUND TO TALK TO BELEAGURED PITCHER, DANNY (THERE’S ALWAYS A DANNY). THE BASES ARE LOADED. THE CROWD IS GOING NUTS. IT’S GAME SEVEN OF THE WORLD SERIES.
You can’t get a good lobster in this town.
Last I checked we were in Kansas City.
4.6 billion pork ribs sold every year and 18.9 tons of beef consumed annually since 1997 –
They like their beef, what can I tell ya?
But you’d think just for variety’s sake.
I can still throw my curve.
You know how, since you're a baseball fan, this sounds insane? This is exactly how Studio 60 sounds to anyone who's ever written comedy for television. (h/t Lee Goldberg)