Naomi Clark: I have a question.
Miles Cannon: Yes?
Naomi Clark: Hi, Naomi Clark.
Miles Cannon: Hi.
Naomi Clark: So, what happens if I, like you said, "dig deeper, find the journalistic truth", blah blah blah, but it all gets edited out by Navid?
Miles Cannon: Well...
Navid Shirazi: That's because you don't cite your sources.
Naomi Clark: And if I'm protecting my sources?
Navid Shirazi: [scoffing] A friend of a friend of a guy you used to date? No, that's not a credible source.
Miles Cannon: Actually, I do have to agree with Navid on this one. If we can't verify the information, then we shouldn't air it. We're not a tabloid here.
Naomi Clark: [standing up] But we can be.
Erin Silver: [pulling Naomi back down] You ever heard of making a good first impression?
Miles Cannon: Miss Clark, if you'd like me to review any segments you're unhappy with, I'll be glad to give you my honest, unbiased critique. But I'm warning you, I have very high standards.
Naomi Clark: [snorting with laughter] Well, they couldn't be that high, or you'd be working in news and not bossing a bunch of wannabe kids around for what, twenty grand a year?
Miles Cannon: If you're done, I'd like to discuss the next "Blaze" edition.
Naomi Clark: But I'm not.
Miles Cannon: Yes, you are.