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The Focus Group 

Focus group numbers have some people at the show and at the network up in arms, Matt seems apprehensive about airing skits that make fun of Republicans, and an embarrassing event from Jordan's past comes to light.

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Lucy Kenwright
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Focus group numbers have some people at the show and at the network up in arms, Matt seems apprehensive about airing skits that make fun of Republicans, and an embarrassing event from Jordan's past comes to light.

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In conversation with Jordan, Jack quotes from Stephen Sondheim's 1981 musical, "Merrily We Roll Along": "It's called thieves get rich and saints get shot. It's called God don't answer prayers a lot." The musical is about the fortunes of a writer and a producer in Hollywood. See more »

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Jordan McDeere: I'm sorry about the stupid thing I said in your office... about the drugs.
Danny Tripp: Thirty-thousand died in car fatalities last year. Seventeen-thousand of them weren't wearing seatbelts.
Jordan McDeere: What does that have to do with anything?
Danny Tripp: No, it's just you read it all the time. Two guys in a car, one wearing a seatbelt, the other one isn't, they're doing sixty down Mulholland, they blow into a telephone poll, the guy wearing the seatbelt's got two bruised ribs, a cut on his forehead, and the guy without the ...
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References Wayne's World (1992) See more »

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Will You Love Me Tomorrow
Written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin
Performed by Dave Mason
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A great episode
25 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

The brilliance of these early episodes of 'Studio 60' is quite astounding. From the quality of the acting by Matthew Perry and Bradley Whitford, backed up by such a stellar ensemble cast, combined with the writing of Aaron Sorkin - this show was fantastic.

There are so many great scenes here, but the final sequence at the wrap party with 'Will you still love me?' playing is a personal highlight.

It's testament to both the writing and the acting that the dynamic between Matt and Danny feels so strong when you consider that this is only the third episode of the series.

I'm a huge 'Studio 60' fan, and this is one of my favourite episodes with good reason.


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