Jack continues to plead with the judge to bail Tom out of jail before the show airs. Meanwhile, the ones left behind try to write an alternate show in case Tom and Simon don't return in time.

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Jack continues to plead with the judge to bail Tom out of jail before the show airs. Meanwhile, the ones left behind try to write an alternate show in case Tom and Simon don't return in time.

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On the wall in one of the dressing rooms, a "Bartlet for America" sign is visible. This is a reference to the earlier Sorkin/Schlamme collaboration The West Wing (1999) about the goings-on inside the fictional Bartlet White House. See more »

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Matt Albie: I'm Homophobic in the way that makes sense.
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References Hee Haw (1969) See more »

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Ties Of Love
Written by John McCarthy
Performed by Carla Hassett
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A little better but still not Studio 60 at its best
18 September 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I'm not a big fan of the Nevada two parter in 'Studio 60's' one and only season, but this is the better half.

There's less bible bashing from Sorkin and more of a return to the basic concept of people trying to put on a sketch comedy show.

Some nice moments do appear though, and I liked the storyline featuring Dylan not wanting to be himself at the news desk and Matt trying to help him through.

There's also some character development from Jack too, which makes him more rounded ahead of the episodes to come.

As I said though in my review of 'Nevada Day: Part 1' you can quite happily skip these episodes and not have missed anything vital.


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