The Newsroom (2012–2014)
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I'll Try to Fix You 

Will's new idealism leads him to be playing into the hands of the tabloid press determined to discredit him.

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Storyline

New Year's Eve, 2010: Don encourages Jim to hang out with Maggie's roommate; Maggie objects. Will, in a tuxedo, decides to be sociable at the station's party, chatting up a visiting columnist. He objects to something she ways, she tosses her glass of Champagne in his face, and a couple days later, a local gossip column accuses him of groping her. A similar event and newspaper report happen a couple days later. What's going on? Then, on Saturday, January 8, by a fluke, everyone's at the station when a major story breaks. Will everyone keep their heads? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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15 July 2012 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In the script, the "Fix You" montage was intended to be accompanied with the specific song by Coldplay. See more »

Goofs

Will McAvoy says, "I only seem liberal because I believe that hurricanes are caused by high barometric pressure and not gay marriage." Hurricanes have low barometric pressure, not high pressure. See more »

Quotes

Nina Howard: Are we gonna go back to flirting, or are you gonna keep putting me down?
Will McAvoy: I'm not putting you down. I'm just saying that what you do is a really bad form of pollution that makes us dumber and meaner and is destroying civilization. I'm saying, with all possible respect, that I would have more respect for you if you were a heroin dealer. And I'm speaking professionally, not personally.
Nina Howard: Ok, Will. I'm speaking personally when I say fuck you. And you just passed up a sure thing.
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References West Side Story (1961) See more »

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Burn from the Rocket
Written and Performed by Alex Nackman
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Wit of the Wild Horses
15 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

What an outstanding episode!! The humor, suspense and relatable human behaviors grips as much as it compels. The emotional jargon between Will McAvoy, Mackenzie MacHale, Jim Harper, Maggie Jordan and her boyfriend Don Keefer reaches a level of honest tension that is refreshingly addictive. An added plus is the show's use of real current events to assist in making this world believable. Aaron Sorkin has really created a gem here and I hope it continues to grow into the valuable vault of watchability it has already become. I believe it will. "I'll Try to Fix You" has sealed the deal for me. "The Newsroom" is by far one of the best new shows on television right now and its subject matter is long overdue.


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