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‘Some Sort of Rally’ by Aaron Sorkin

Previously on The Newsroom…

SEPTEMBER 23, 2011

They’re caps, Charlie. Baseball caps. Baseball caps honoring the police, the fire fighters, all the first responders. They should’ve worn them. That’s all I’m saying. Nobody was ever hurt by a cap.

Torre says different.

Torre was wrong, Charlie. Torre was wrong.


Rzepczynski? Who? I’m gonna need […]