I almost started singing Mr. Rogers' "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" as part of my intro this morning, but I stopped once I realized you guys wouldn't be able to hear it. It's a shame, though, because I'm a terrible vocalist and you may have appreciated that. Here are your winners from yesterday's contest:
Ryan: "I think I've traded one psychological manifestation who was completely covered in fur for another."
Ryan: "May I pet your beard?"
Doctor: "Does it remind you of Wilfred?"
Ryan: "No, it just looks so soft."
Ryan: "You don't think I'm crazy, do you Doctor?"
Doctor: "Of course not. But I also think I'm a 60-year-old English nanny from Ork, so don't go by me."
Everybody is talking about The Newsroom, one of the elite few whose writer/creator is perhaps more famous than any of the actors involved (well, Jeff Daniels is arguable). Aaron Sorkin has certainly churned out his fair share of hits (The Social Network, The West Wing, A Few Good Men), but he's no stranger to failure, either (Studio 60...). So where will his latest creation fall? We'll find out on Sunday. In Episode 1, newsroom anchor Will McAvoy (Daniels) engages in a very public meltdown, resulting in an overwhelming number of resignation letters from his crew. In the still below, Will (R) exchanges words with his pseudo-nemesis and ex-executive producer Don (L), while the president of the news division, Charlie (center), looks on. Post your best caption ideas in the comments!
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