When another senator dies unexpectedly, Gil John is asked to organize the funeral arrangements. Louis wins the Nevada primary but Robert has to face off in a Pennsylvania debate to cool the competition.
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Walking into the church, pallbearers Gil-John and Louis find their way is blocked by schmoozers handing out business cards, attempting to book guests for TV shows and otherwise paying little mind to the deceased. In his 2013 bestseller "This Town," author Mark Leibovich
explains how Washington funerals have become places to network and try to book guests. See more
[after watching a campaign ad by his opponent Clemont 'Cappy' Castles that morphs the image of President Obama into Senator Bettencourt
So, I'm Obama now?
It's uncanny. I never noticed it before.
And this stuff works?
It's doing well in the free media. They love Cappy. They think he's a hoot.
And I gotta debate this clown?
Uh, yes. But he'll be surrounded by fellow clowns. They'll distract him. All you have to do is occasionally duck.
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach See more