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In "The Wrap Party", Tom's parents drive from Ohio to visit him, and demonstrate their lack of understanding of his work. After attending the Yale School of Drama, and frustrated about parts lost to other prominent black performers (Jamie Foxx, Will Smith and Denzel Washington are named as examples), Simon was recruited to the cast of Studio 60.
In the same episode, Tom mentions that he sent body armor to his younger brother Mark's unit in Afghanistan. He feels limited by his skills as a comedic performer, unable to do "voices".
In the pilot, Jordan is responsible for the hiring of Danny and Matt, knowing of the pair's abrasive history with the show (and Jack).
In "The Cold Open", Jordan proposes a network policy of charging a 20% "cowardice fee" surcharge for advertisers who had acquiesced to boycotts by the Christian right but came back after the boycotted show in question turned out to be successful.
Danny has to complete 18 months of clean drug tests to pass completion bonds as a film director; while this information was confidential, Jordan Mc Deere discovers this via a personal contact and offers Danny a two-year contract of convenience on Studio 60 - "..way, it works out for everybody". Danny claims to be the smarter of the Matt and Danny duo, a contention Matt doesn't argue with.
Danny is apparently largely based on Aaron Sorkin's frequent collaborator and Studio 60 executive producer Thomas Schlamme, (Matthew Perry) is a former head writer for Studio 60 who in the show's pilot episode, is asked to return when executive producer Wes Mendell is fired.
While his frustrations at the re-hiring of Matt and Danny are evident, his main focus of administrative swagger is over Jordan, upon whom he places enormous pressure to succeed.
Jack reports to Wilson White, Chairman of TMG, NBS's parent company.However, later in her confrontation with Matt she confessed to also being upset about the sketch.She received her undergraduate degree from Rutgers University.While his comedic skills and gifts for character parody are acknowledged, he is self-critical and often looks on the Internet at critics' appraisals.
According to the pilot script, "when he's not crafting a joke in his head, he's not sure what he's supposed to be doing".
Harriet's character is based on West Wing alumna Kristin Chenoweth, whom Sorkin once dated.