Alan Alda Was Surprised by 'West Wing' Following
The star, 70, was a fan of the NBC White House show for many years before he was invited to play Senator Arnold Vinick in 2004, but admits he found it hard to keep up with the program's snappy dialogue.
He says, "They talk too fast - it's so dense. I don't understand how eight million people are so glued to it and could follow it. I was proud of my country that so many people could get into it."
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