Aaron Sorkin Busted For Plagiarising Aaron Sorkin

What he said. Remember when the Internet discovered that Michael Bay was recycling footage from Pearl Harbor and The Island for use in his Transformers movies? People were pretty upset about it. Welp, those same people are going to be super-cheesed after watching this supercut of Aaron Sorkin reusing the same dialogue across all his projects. Does this mean that he has to give his West Wing money back?

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