While on the campaign trail through North Carolina, Gil John blows off a meeting with the governor to visit Ruby Shoals where he becomes re-inspired about his campaign. Robert's pro-fracking visit to a constituent's home in Pennsylvania does not go as planned. Written by
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"May I ask why we're helping Digger's tracker girl?": "Trackers" have become a central part of opposition research, or "oppo". They follow around the opposing candidate to record them saying something embarrassing or politically unwise. The best-known tracker moment came in 2006 when Governor George Allen of Virginia twice used the word "macaca" (a racial slur) in reference to an Indian-American tracker working for James Webb, his opponent in a Senate campaign. The incident led to Allen's defeat in the election. See more
[Referring to picture on the wall
Is that man a friend of yours?
Senator Smits? Why, yes. A good friend. You know him?
He felt me up... in a laundromat.
Oh, well. No worries. He's in prison now.
References Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Written by Jeffrey Steele/Craig Wiseman
Performed by Montgomery Gentry See more