I don't see much to debate here. Most 'uncivilians' camp out with their ideologies, ready to war without rules against anyone who disagrees with their viewpoint.
Each episode gave me succeeding examples why this is so, and caused me to hit my 'pause' button to reflect. Each time I'd come to this moment, I'd tell myself: 'he's right'. I wish more of you would agree with me.
You have to give him this: He's a great writer, regardless how his style of quadruple axles lands on the page. Sure, he has a stable of creative people tossing him ideas, and he gets to pick and use the best of the litter, but it's his words that course through his fingers onto the keyboard. He did this week after week in home run derby fashion.
What is a lessor Sorkin? Someone like me, who loves to write, and wants to put just one or two over the fence like he does, all the time.
I would be happy at that, if I didn't have to contend with the demons which are usually commensurate to enormous talent, and what Mr. Sorkin admits he has to face every day.