Answering my final question: Yes and No. It's terrible in that it's not very accessible, there are many stations that can only be accessed by stairs. Some of the lines run terribly, are often late or delayed. It can also be pretty confusing to those not used to it. It's old (as in the tech and trains haven't been upgraded in a long time, and also one of the oldest systems in the world) and it shows. But it runs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and it's the largest rapid transit system in the world, and is the busiest in the western world. So any time they have to do work, it's a huge inconvenience to a lot of people. It's severely underfunded for what a system of it's size should be. And now for my questions for @Briannakin - How are you doing with all of the social distancing? - Favorite West Wing episode? (And since you let me have more than one, you can too! ) - Favorite current TV show (So currently on air, or very recently released)?