In working on a story about the mob, Mary comes across some information about a friend, Congressman Brian Nordquist, who is up for reelection, the election in a few day's time. Mary's source told her that Brian's law school education fifteen years earlier was funded by the mob. If true, Brian would lose Mary's personal and political respect. Mary tells Lou of the news, the two who decide to confront Brian with the information so that he can at least defend himself against the allegations. Brian admits that the story is true, but that he accepted the money since he was poor and could not have gotten an education otherwise. He also states that he paid back the money and that even though the mob did ask for favors, he never granted any of them. Brian's explanation satisfies Mary, but Lou still wants to run the story. Feeling that the story would ruin the career of someone she respects, Mary gives Lou an ultimatum: pull the story or else she quits. Regardless of if Brian is telling the ... Written by
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[Ted, still upset about Sue Ann's salary, confronts Lou
Did you read the article? It says Sue Ann makes more money than I do.
You lied, Lou! You went around telling everybody that I was the highest paid person here!
No, Ted, no, you got it wrong. I said you're the most *overpaid* person here!
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