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“Jerry has committed the crime of not being Jim Harper,” says Don while chewing the fat with Mac. Although I’ve never been a legitimate journalist, more
On The Newsroom this week, Jerry Dantana took " One Step Too Many " in the quest to prove Operation Genoa actually occurred - and his actions could take down everyone at ACN.
Yes, it was finally time for Mac and Jerry to bring in more
This sparkling episode delivered exactly what one hopes for in watching The Newsroom : intelligent discussion and quick-witted asides, all within the context of professionals whose gut decisions based on limited facts could change the world. Read M more
Whose inner self is more hollowed out: Will’s or Jerry’s? We know Will’s affliction — a seemingly unending need to be loved, unless that love is coming from the people he loves himself. That emptiness leaves Will feelin more
The title of this episode, “One Step Too Many” has a negative connotation, so we know right off the bat that it’s about where the News Night team went wrong with Genoa. Who exactly took one step too many, though? Read More...
The ACN team is on the hunt for more information about Genoa. Meanwhile, Will McAvoy worries about ratings, and a Mitt Romney spokesperson is having trouble on the job.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "One Step Too Many," the August 18 episode of HBO's "The Newsroom," in which the 'News Night' staff enjoys a night out before Jerry makes a big edit. Read More...
The Red Team is in action.After several references to it earlier in the current Season 2, "One Step Too Many" -- Sunday's (Aug, 18) Aaron Sorkin-written episode of "The Newsroom" -- marked the official debut of the group assembled more