Daniel has thus far been able to keep Angus' campaign virtually non-existent despite the enthusiasm of Muriel, her fellow residents, Lindsay and the Petes, none who has even yet met Angus. Keeping it low key may be increasingly difficult for Daniel not only due to this enthusiasm, but also because of a nosy Norm, who has his own agenda in wondering why Angus seems to be suppressed, and as Angus truly thinks about Eric Cameron as his political rival and aspiring Prime Minister. Despite stating outwardly that he is on a dating moratorium, Daniel rethinks this choice when Muriel seems to be pushing him and Lindsay together, and as Lindsay too seems interested in him. This part of his life may be difficult to manage as he slowly begins to get sucked back into political life at the national level, especially as George's campaign seems to be falling off the rails at every turn, especially at the very public photo ops. If Daniel does agree to help with George's campaign again, he may also be... Written by
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Written by Randy Bachman
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