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Sloan Sabbith (Character)
from "The Newsroom" (2012)

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  1. "The Newsroom"
        - Election Night: Part II (2013) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
        - Election Night: Part I (2013) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
        - Red Team III (2013) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
        - One Step Too Many (2013) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
        - News Night with Will McAvoy (2013) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn
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From "The Newsroom: The Greater Fool (#1.10)" (2012)
Sloan Sabbith: Since I'm never going to see you again after Friday, I feel I can tell you something...
Don Keefer: We'll see each other again!
Sloan Sabbith: Maybe not, after I say what I'm going to say.
Don Keefer: ...and you're not leaving.
Sloan Sabbith: I don't know who told you you're a bad guy, but somebody did. Somebody along the way. Somebody or something convinced you of it, because you think you're a bad guy... and you're just not. I'm socially inept, but even I know that. So because you're a bad guy you try to do things you think a good guy would do. Like committing to somebody you like, but maybe don't love. A sweet, smart, wholesome midwestern girl.
Don Keefer: [Stares at her, amazed]
Sloan Sabbith: I could be wrong. I almost always am.
Don Keefer: Why are you single?
Sloan Sabbith: A lot of men are intimidated by my intelligence.
Don Keefer: No, seriously.
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