Sports Night: And the Crowd Goes Wild

Sports Night: And the Crowd Goes Wild

Movie: Sports Night: And the Crowd Goes Wild
Director: Alex Graves
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Newly broken up, Jeremy and Natalie attempt to go about their work with mixed success. The two continue to bicker as Jeremy tries to get his belongings out of Natalie’s apartment — leaving both of them with misplaced anger and resentment. Elsewhere, Casey returns from an eye exam that left his pupils dilated, thus creating a temporary blindness. Dan takes advantage of Casey’s situation by playing a number of pranks on his cohort. While learning the truth about Jeremy and Natalie, Dana begins to feel a little disappointment about today being Sam’s last day on set and spontaneously asks him to spend some time with her later that night. Having done a report on a riot that broke out at Madison Square Garden the night before, Sports Night receives a subpoena from NYPD for the taped footage of the riot, which Dana and Isaac have no problems complying with but leaves Natalie infuriated until she finally breaks down from the devastation she feels after her split with Jeremy.

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