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The Long Lead Story 

A magazine writer shows up to write a story about the show, but ends up focusing her questions on the hot-and-cold relationship between Matt and Harriet.

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A magazine writer shows up to write a story about the show, but ends up focusing her questions on the hot-and-cold relationship between Matt and Harriet.

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Comedy | Drama

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16 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Guest Host, appearing on screen, Lauren Graham. The Guest Musical Act, appearing on screen, was Sting. See more »

Quotes

Martha O'Dell: How are you different from your mother?
Harriet Hayes: I hope in as few ways as possible.
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References Masterpiece Classic (1971) See more »

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Come again
Written by John Dowland
Performed by Sting
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Beautiful final scene
17 September 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I'm a big 'Studio 60' fan but I find this episode a bit weird. It has a huge iconic moment from across the series as a whole (the Sting singing 'Fields of Gold' with Matt and Harriet on the balcony) but apart from that it's a bit middling.

The whole Martha and Harriet scene in particular feels like it could have done with an edit because it serves only to fill the audience in on Harriet's backstory.

There are lovely moments though, whether that be from Matt and Danny's relationship, to Simon and Tom.

For a key moment in the life of the show though, this episode is a key one.


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