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Sports Night

Season 1 Episode 14

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Jan 26, 1999 on ABC
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Isaac's departure seems imminent after a tease in the Wall Street Journal reports a lunch between Luther Sachs and a man qualified for Isaac's position, and J.J. maneuvers to take advantage of the situation. Meanwhile, Dana worries about her own status with Gordon and Dan has an ego-crushing encounter with a woman he met on the elevator.

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    Robert Mailhouse

    Robert Mailhouse

    J.J.

    Guest Star

    Katie O'Rourke

    Katie O'Rourke

    Judith

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    Teri Polo

    Teri Polo

    Rebecca

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    Kayla Blake

    Kayla Blake

    Kim

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    Greg Baker

    Greg Baker

    Elliott

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Dan: You understand?
        Casey: No.
        Dan: You don't?
        Casey: No.
        Dan: Really?
        Casey: Yes.
        Dan: Can I spread it out for you in a nutshell?
        Casey: No.
        Dan: I can't?
        Casey: No.
        Dan: Why not?
        Casey: Because I'm tired of you mixing your metaphors. "Spread it out for you in a nutshell." How you doin'? I'm a professional writer.

      • Casey: (about a meeting) Anyone know what this is about?
        Dana: Isaac called it.
        Casey: Is there any food?
        Dana: No... cause the caterer called in sick.
        Casey: What's with her?
        Natalie: Nothing.
        Casey: Is it nature's special time?
        Dana: Oh, you know what? Bite me so hard for that.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Sorkin Intersections: Teri Polo recurred on The West Wing.

      • Robert Guillaume suffered a stroke on January 14, 1999. He was 71 years old at the time. After taking his daughter to school, he had his regular breakfast with friends at a local deli. As he was leaving, he began showing symptoms by stumbling but insisted he was fine and drove himself to the studio. There, he fell in his dressing room and couldn't get back up. He was taken to UCLA Medical Center where he had a three-week hospital stay. During that time his wife Donna asked Aaron Sorkin to hold the role for him. Subsequently, Guillaume's stroke was written into the show, and he returned to shoot the first season's finale. He missed a total of six episodes in the first season. It would have been more, but the show's scheduled winter hiatus reduced the number missed.

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