White-Collar Dramas

No screenwriter has more successfully or thoughtfully plumbed the white-collar American workplace for breathless drama than Aaron Sorkin. Among the milieux he has captured: the cable sports network (Sports Night), the cable news network (The Newsroom), the Internet startup (The Social Network), the executive branch of government (The West Wing), and the baseball front office (Moneyball). But there are so many more workplaces that Sorkin has yet to exploit. Some suggestions:

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