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Overall, Willie Pete merely nudged everything forward an inch. It's a near-nostalgic reminder that Romney never really sounded like he had a plan, but the scene neatly subverts expectations again when fellow press member Hallie calls Jim out on being a smart-arse. Make sure to follow IMDb on Twitter and send your questions now to #IMDbAskDaniel. Don pauses to digest that Sloan got invited to a wedding, but the more important piece of information is that the guy who invited her is Nina Howards book agent. The result? Probably the weakest episode of the new season thus far, and one that strains to reshuffle the deck only to leave everything exactly where it was when it started. I'm pretty sure this will all explode by Mac finding out Will's in love with her, and finding out about Nina, maybe in that order. I dont think gossip columnists know what scandal free is. In real life, Sorkin is a liberal; on the television show Will plays a moderate Republican.
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