The pitch to the RNC requires one last push to drive ratings up: Lisa knew Casey Anthony in high school, so Jim and Maggie visit her at work to beg her to appear on the show. The day of the pitch arrives: Will takes the team of Republican presidential hopefuls through a mock debate. Will asks his psychiatrist why he can't forgive Mackenzie; she hits some emotional high notes about both the Anthony coverage and Brian's presence in the newsroom. Flowers are in Will's office; how they got there prompts Mackenzie to tell Jim to gather his rosebuds. Neal, with Sloan's help, hatches a new plan to get his troll license. There's danger in both Jim and Neal's actions.
Did You Know?
In the episode "News Night 2.0", Will states that Neil Armadi Sandpat means "blue jewel". In this episode we see that Neil's hacker handle is *Blue_Jewel*. See more
And he's going to cave on the debate too.
Are you sure about that?
I'm absolutely sure about that.
You know what I like about Will? He's not absolutely sure about anything. He struggles with things. He's never certain he's right, and sometimes he's not, but he tries hard to be. He struggles with things.
[Will hops past in the background, trying to put on his trousers. He falls
Will, are you all right?
Could somebody help Will put his pants on?
References Dancing with the Stars
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
Written by Carole King
and Gerry Goffin
Performed by Amy Winehouse See more