With the election looming Mannion's party seem likely to get in, a subdued Tucker returns to work but starts to rally in the face of Fleming's taunts that he is finished. Nonetheless the TV news is soon rife with news of his resignation - prompting some over-exuberant joy from certain colleagues - as he is head-hunted to host a TV show interviewing other political sacrificial lambs. But another previous adversary, Julius, now Lord, Nicholson comes up with an invitation back into the thick of it. As the department disbands before the election everybody wonders if any of them will be back at their desks after the votes have been counted.
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When the opposition are watching BBC News 24 announce the calling of the election the headline, the TV screen is showing a clip from the previous episode, which relates to Malcolm Tucker's resignation and not the election being called. See more
I have a feeling management style has just gone from touchy-feely to smashy-testes.
References Kill Bill: Vol. 1