Sports Night: Season 2, Episode 22

Quo Vadimus (16 May 2000)

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Rebecca returns, Natalie and Jeremy rekindle their relationship, and the network is sold.



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Rebecca returns, Natalie and Jeremy rekindle their relationship, and the network is sold.

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The Stranger: Do you feel responsible for the show failing?
Dana Whitaker: The show didn't fail. The man I work for, a guy named Isaac Jaffee... he took a chance on me, and I didn't rise to meet his... expectations. And there are people who work for me who needed me to be a better field captain. The *show* didn't fail. But I do feel responsible, and that's gonna have to be all right with you.
The Stranger: You know what would make you feel better right now?
Dana Whitaker: Really, nothing.
The Stranger: You don't want to hear what I think would make you feel better?
Dana Whitaker:
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The network goes up for sale, and some loose ends are tied
25 August 2006 | by (Phoenix, AZ) – See all my reviews

I never saw Sports Night when it was on television, but watched the 3-DVD set as fast as I could. The characters are witty and deep; they make mistakes and have anxieties like real people, but with better teeth and hair and comebacks; they make us as viewers wish that they were our own circle of friends. This final episode gave a sense of precariousness, with the network being sold, but also of preciousness of the present and hope for the future. I will watch anything Aaron Sorkin wishes to write, and any production in which these excellent actors appear. This makes me want to see all of the West Wing in a marathon.

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