The Twittersphere wasn’t kind to “1600 Penn” when NBC dusted off the┬ácomedy in December to serve as a mid-season replacement. The show, co-created by Jon Lovett, a former speechwriter for President Obama, got a high-profile boost this week when it enjoyed a special screening in the real-life White House. Jenna Elfman, who stars as the first lady, tweeted her thanks today for the “overwhelmingly positive response” to the show.

To be fair, a lot of people seem to have enjoyed tonight’s episode, but “overwhelming” might be stretching things a bit. Maybe Elfman is tweeting in character, and as first lady has reviews like these screened out by staff members.

https://twitter.com/CowboyinEurope/status/289912931871760384

https://twitter.com/clayrelwof/status/289904532459225089

https://twitter.com/timschuda/status/289912710387335168

Maybe that’s the reason for the White House screening.

https://twitter.com/lacedsequins/status/289913244661981184

https://twitter.com/Patrick720/status/289913142069317633

https://twitter.com/stevewrightr/status/289906545989394433

How soon until we hear fans outside of NBC chanting, “Four more episodes!”