1 00:00:13,040 --> 00:00:15,032 (REPORTER SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY) 2 00:00:17,720 --> 00:00:18,856 (MUSIC PLAYS) 3 00:00:18,880 --> 00:00:21,016 ANNOUNCER: We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming 4 00:00:21,040 --> 00:00:23,475 to bring you the following report from NBC News. 5 00:00:23,800 --> 00:00:25,280 Here now is Tom Brokaw. 6 00:00:26,280 --> 00:00:28,736 BROKAW: Good evening from Des Moines, Iowa, tonight. 7 00:00:28,760 --> 00:00:32,136 The Democratic caucuses in the state of Iowa now are underway, 8 00:00:32,160 --> 00:00:34,470 and the first results have just been reported. 9 00:00:35,040 --> 00:00:36,696 The NBC News projection 10 00:00:36,720 --> 00:00:39,474 is that Walter Mondale will be the winner. 11 00:00:39,960 --> 00:00:42,136 About half of those attending the caucuses tonight 12 00:00:42,160 --> 00:00:44,336 who expressed a preference for a candidate 13 00:00:44,360 --> 00:00:45,714 are for Mondale. 14 00:00:46,080 --> 00:00:48,736 All the other candidates are far behind. 15 00:00:48,760 --> 00:00:52,056 It does appear, however, that Senator John Glenn 16 00:00:52,080 --> 00:00:53,594 will not finish second. 17 00:00:54,040 --> 00:00:56,456 And it appears that there's a very good chance tonight 18 00:00:56,480 --> 00:00:59,376 that Gary Hart will be second in the preferences 19 00:00:59,400 --> 00:01:02,256 of those attending the Iowa caucuses tonight. 20 00:01:02,280 --> 00:01:03,696 MAN: Let some of the other... 21 00:01:03,720 --> 00:01:05,598 (TAPE REWINDING) 22 00:01:06,800 --> 00:01:08,792 (MUSIC PLAYING) 23 00:01:14,800 --> 00:01:16,016 PRODUCER: His hair looks like shit. 24 00:01:16,040 --> 00:01:18,509 When is he getting it cut? That is the new cut. 25 00:01:18,640 --> 00:01:20,256 We can't get a clear line. 26 00:01:20,280 --> 00:01:22,670 PRODUCER: What? Are we at full stick? 27 00:01:23,560 --> 00:01:26,439 Jesus. Did you have to park so close to the building? 28 00:01:27,680 --> 00:01:28,830 Okay, go, Steve! 29 00:01:29,320 --> 00:01:31,096 STEVE: Yes, we learned just a few minutes ago 30 00:01:31,120 --> 00:01:33,856 that Senator Hart will soon leave this hotel, 31 00:01:33,880 --> 00:01:37,096 head back to the convention hall, where he will concede. 32 00:01:37,120 --> 00:01:40,670 Yes, he will concede to former vice president Walter Mondale. 33 00:01:41,320 --> 00:01:45,256 Hart went into the primaries a relative unknown, 34 00:01:45,280 --> 00:01:46,856 eclipsed by challengers like John Glenn... 35 00:01:46,880 --> 00:01:48,473 STRATTON: I'm on my hands and knees, 36 00:01:49,440 --> 00:01:51,875 fiddling with these wires behind the accelerator. 37 00:01:52,360 --> 00:01:53,416 I'm trying to get a... 38 00:01:53,440 --> 00:01:55,477 (CROWD CLAMORING EXCITEDLY) 39 00:01:56,160 --> 00:01:57,230 STRATTON: Congratulations. 40 00:01:58,760 --> 00:02:00,656 I'm fooling with the wires behind the accelerator 41 00:02:00,680 --> 00:02:02,136 trying to jump-start the damn thing, but... 42 00:02:02,160 --> 00:02:04,776 You know how to do that? Well, golf carts are easy 43 00:02:04,800 --> 00:02:06,096 to jump-start, you got to get the right wires together. 44 00:02:06,120 --> 00:02:08,496 REPORTER: Say he's been making phone calls and thanking supporters 45 00:02:08,520 --> 00:02:12,150 and asking them to back Walter Mondale's campaign. 46 00:02:12,560 --> 00:02:13,976 Okay, let's try another one. In three... 47 00:02:14,000 --> 00:02:15,776 Hey, asshole, you're walking through my shot! 48 00:02:15,800 --> 00:02:17,536 Yeah, sorry. Sorry. Come on! 49 00:02:17,560 --> 00:02:19,776 Hart won every state west of the Mississippi 50 00:02:19,800 --> 00:02:21,976 in his fight for the Democratic nomination, 51 00:02:22,000 --> 00:02:23,416 but in the end, 52 00:02:23,440 --> 00:02:27,616 it was a question taken from a Wendy's advertisement 53 00:02:27,640 --> 00:02:30,416 that dogged his insurgent campaign. 54 00:02:30,440 --> 00:02:31,590 Roll tape. Go. 55 00:02:33,480 --> 00:02:35,176 MONDALE: (ON TV) When... When I hear... When I... When I hear... 56 00:02:35,200 --> 00:02:36,616 REPORTER: There are some specific ways to do that. 57 00:02:36,640 --> 00:02:38,256 MONDALE: When I hear your new ideas, 58 00:02:38,280 --> 00:02:41,056 I'm reminded of that ad, "Where's the beef?" 59 00:02:41,080 --> 00:02:42,480 REPORTER: Yeah? Okay, go, Steve. 60 00:02:43,000 --> 00:02:44,216 STEVE: Hart will take to the stage 61 00:02:44,240 --> 00:02:45,616 later this evening... Wait. Hold it, Steve. Hold it. 62 00:02:45,640 --> 00:02:47,296 To share his thoughts... We lost the signal. 63 00:02:47,320 --> 00:02:48,696 PRODUCER: Are we facing south? (STEVE CONTINUES SPEAKING) 64 00:02:48,720 --> 00:02:50,656 I think we're facing south. Steve, would you shut up? 65 00:02:50,680 --> 00:02:52,080 We lost the signal again. 66 00:02:52,760 --> 00:02:54,976 Well, maybe you should invest in a goddamn compass. 67 00:02:55,000 --> 00:02:56,336 Would someone tell... Steve, shut up! 68 00:02:56,360 --> 00:02:58,160 STEVE: When he took the New Hampshire primary. 69 00:02:58,600 --> 00:02:59,816 PRODUCER: Okay, no one's listening to me. 70 00:02:59,840 --> 00:03:01,176 At that point, it was anyone's game. 71 00:03:01,200 --> 00:03:04,376 This news tonight resets the playing field. 72 00:03:04,400 --> 00:03:07,376 Insiders of both camps say the challenge now, 73 00:03:07,400 --> 00:03:10,336 heading into the fall campaign, will be to unify 74 00:03:10,360 --> 00:03:12,576 this very divided Democratic Party. 75 00:03:12,600 --> 00:03:14,736 The long fight between Mondale and Hart... 76 00:03:14,760 --> 00:03:16,991 (STEVE'S VOICE FADES) (LIVELY CHATTER CONTINUES) 77 00:03:18,080 --> 00:03:19,480 (MUSIC PLAYING) 78 00:03:21,560 --> 00:03:23,517 (TV REPORTER SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY) 79 00:03:23,800 --> 00:03:25,176 What's the plan for after? 80 00:03:25,200 --> 00:03:27,336 The body's still warm. You want to talk about '88? 81 00:03:27,360 --> 00:03:29,616 I mean drinks. Oh, that Hawaiian place. 82 00:03:29,640 --> 00:03:30,790 Polynesian. 83 00:03:32,520 --> 00:03:33,656 MAN: I don't know what he was talking about, 84 00:03:33,680 --> 00:03:35,637 but he was in that... Carter's White House... 85 00:03:36,040 --> 00:03:38,856 WILSON: So, can you use it? I lost all feeling above the knuckle. 86 00:03:38,880 --> 00:03:40,776 I could always tell when it's about to rain. 87 00:03:40,800 --> 00:03:42,576 No, really? Yeah. 88 00:03:42,600 --> 00:03:44,056 (TV NEWS REPORTER CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY) 89 00:03:44,080 --> 00:03:45,309 Mmm-hmm. 90 00:03:46,320 --> 00:03:48,471 (SIGHS, CLEARS THROAT SOFTLY) Yeah, okay. 91 00:03:49,480 --> 00:03:50,550 I appreciate it, Walter. 92 00:03:54,200 --> 00:03:55,793 I'll come with you back to Denver. 93 00:03:55,920 --> 00:03:57,216 You should stay. 94 00:03:57,240 --> 00:03:58,416 STRATTON: Senator, it's time. 95 00:03:58,440 --> 00:04:00,096 WILSON: Remember to hit homelessness, sir. 96 00:04:00,120 --> 00:04:02,216 I don't want you to fly alone. I'll be fine. 97 00:04:02,240 --> 00:04:05,056 I'll take the kids. You need to be in D.C. 98 00:04:05,080 --> 00:04:07,754 I don't need to be anywhere. Yeah, you do. 99 00:04:07,880 --> 00:04:09,678 STRATTON: Senator, we need to roll. 100 00:04:11,560 --> 00:04:12,960 (MUSIC PLAYING) 101 00:04:17,760 --> 00:04:19,416 McDANIEL: Are you really gonna follow Mondale around 102 00:04:19,440 --> 00:04:22,096 for another six months? My apartment is grim. 103 00:04:22,120 --> 00:04:23,216 I'll take the free meals, though. 104 00:04:23,240 --> 00:04:24,776 DIXON: Maybe they'd like your job, Quinn. 105 00:04:24,800 --> 00:04:27,416 MAN: Ah, it's a good plan. Well, it was a good plan. 106 00:04:27,440 --> 00:04:29,656 They light the damn thing on fire, don't they? 107 00:04:29,680 --> 00:04:30,936 (MEN LAUGHING) 108 00:04:30,960 --> 00:04:32,576 BRODER: Uh, there's no weapons allowed at the table. 109 00:04:32,600 --> 00:04:34,796 The only shot I want's whiskey. 110 00:04:34,920 --> 00:04:38,016 HART: To the wisdom of the framers. Jefferson and his slaves. 111 00:04:38,040 --> 00:04:39,240 Ah, leave Jefferson out of it. 112 00:04:41,440 --> 00:04:43,557 Gentlemen. DIXON: Oh, hey, Bob. 113 00:04:45,920 --> 00:04:46,956 Hmm. 114 00:04:47,920 --> 00:04:49,816 Of course, they don't even have a straw big enough 115 00:04:49,840 --> 00:04:52,136 to reach down the bottom... You want a real drink? 116 00:04:52,160 --> 00:04:53,216 Huh? You want a real drink? 117 00:04:53,240 --> 00:04:54,469 No, that is a real drink. 118 00:04:56,720 --> 00:04:59,096 GERALDINE FERRARO: (ON TV) America is the land 119 00:04:59,120 --> 00:05:03,056 where dreams can come true for all of us. 120 00:05:03,080 --> 00:05:05,072 (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE ON TV) 121 00:05:06,480 --> 00:05:08,656 (SONG PLAYING) Thinking of you... 122 00:05:08,680 --> 00:05:10,797 FERRARO: Ladies and gentlemen of the convention... 123 00:05:11,400 --> 00:05:12,536 Thinking of going swimming? 124 00:05:12,560 --> 00:05:14,776 (ON TV) My name is Geraldine Ferraro. 125 00:05:14,800 --> 00:05:16,439 (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE ON TV) 126 00:05:18,360 --> 00:05:20,397 Remember our first trip to New Hampshire? 127 00:05:21,200 --> 00:05:23,032 Come home in a Carter motorcade? 128 00:05:23,880 --> 00:05:26,496 And those two vans, you know, that time we won the primary. 129 00:05:26,520 --> 00:05:28,273 Think Mondale's got a chance? 130 00:05:28,400 --> 00:05:30,357 Mondale? No. Reagan's gonna crush him. 131 00:05:31,400 --> 00:05:33,256 In four years, they won't have an answer for us, 132 00:05:33,280 --> 00:05:35,376 for our ideas. George Bush might. 133 00:05:35,400 --> 00:05:36,720 (HART CHUCKLES) 134 00:05:37,280 --> 00:05:39,749 You think young people are gonna vote for George Bush? 135 00:05:40,760 --> 00:05:42,399 If the economy keeps up. 136 00:05:43,480 --> 00:05:45,312 (CHEERING AND WHISTLING ON TV) 137 00:05:47,600 --> 00:05:50,593 The world changes when young people give a damn, Billy. 138 00:05:52,680 --> 00:05:54,416 We're the only ones who'll give a damn about them. 139 00:05:54,440 --> 00:05:55,715 We should have won. 140 00:05:57,400 --> 00:05:58,993 That's not what this was about. 141 00:06:00,800 --> 00:06:01,995 Then what was it about? 142 00:06:04,040 --> 00:06:05,360 Now they know who we are. 143 00:06:09,120 --> 00:06:10,190 (GLASSES CLINK) 144 00:06:16,080 --> 00:06:18,256 MAN: The circus. WOMAN: Uh, Jim, I would like to say, 145 00:06:18,280 --> 00:06:20,816 we do miss home, and four months ago, we left, 146 00:06:20,840 --> 00:06:22,456 and I have not walked into my house, 147 00:06:22,480 --> 00:06:25,096 have not seen my puppies and my kittens and all those things 148 00:06:25,120 --> 00:06:27,136 and our dear friends that we love so much since. 149 00:06:27,160 --> 00:06:29,117 And so, to the people at home, we love you, 150 00:06:29,240 --> 00:06:30,720 we miss you and... JIM: Yes. 151 00:06:31,080 --> 00:06:34,517 And we hope all of the people we love so much will forgive us. 152 00:07:00,160 --> 00:07:01,216 BOB DOLE: Give the president a little credit. 153 00:07:01,240 --> 00:07:02,296 HART: No... 154 00:07:02,320 --> 00:07:04,056 DOLE: One could argue he's trying to keep us safe. 155 00:07:04,080 --> 00:07:06,456 No, President Reagan has allowed our cities to decay, 156 00:07:06,480 --> 00:07:07,696 while he buys enough warheads 157 00:07:07,720 --> 00:07:09,598 to destroy this planet 30 times over. 158 00:07:10,400 --> 00:07:13,176 I mean, imagine if every school could have a computer, 159 00:07:13,200 --> 00:07:14,656 every library, every home. That is... 160 00:07:14,680 --> 00:07:16,911 Well, why don't we just buy everyone a microwave? 161 00:07:17,640 --> 00:07:19,216 And a television set, while we're at it. 162 00:07:19,240 --> 00:07:20,576 (LAUGHTER) HART: I'm interested in educating 163 00:07:20,600 --> 00:07:22,536 the next generation, not entertaining them. 164 00:07:22,560 --> 00:07:24,936 MODERATOR: You know, gentlemen, this is beginning to sound 165 00:07:24,960 --> 00:07:26,456 something like a campaign debate. 166 00:07:26,480 --> 00:07:27,896 Mr. Billy Shore, what's the story? 167 00:07:27,920 --> 00:07:29,296 MODERATOR: Do either of you have anything to announce? 168 00:07:29,320 --> 00:07:30,456 It's not gonna happen today, Alan, okay? 169 00:07:30,480 --> 00:07:32,096 DOLE: After you, Senator. But keep asking. 170 00:07:32,120 --> 00:07:33,176 (HART LAUGHS) 171 00:07:33,200 --> 00:07:34,776 You and your younger Democratic colleagues 172 00:07:34,800 --> 00:07:36,696 have been called the "Atari Democrats." 173 00:07:36,720 --> 00:07:38,376 I've heard. I didn't coin that. 174 00:07:38,400 --> 00:07:40,471 Have you ever played Atari? Uh, yes, 175 00:07:40,600 --> 00:07:42,910 I've tried Asteroids a few times with my son. 176 00:07:43,080 --> 00:07:46,056 Uh, I mostly drifted around getting pelted with rocks. 177 00:07:46,080 --> 00:07:48,276 (LAUGHTER) Felt like my first term in the Senate. 178 00:07:49,440 --> 00:07:51,056 Did you see what Bono announced? 179 00:07:51,080 --> 00:07:52,816 He's running for mayor of Palm Springs. 180 00:07:52,840 --> 00:07:54,752 Oh, come on. 181 00:07:55,520 --> 00:07:57,656 I can certainly guess his campaign slogan. 182 00:07:57,680 --> 00:07:59,536 BOTH: "He's got you, babe." 183 00:07:59,560 --> 00:08:01,256 He looks good. Yeah. 184 00:08:01,280 --> 00:08:02,656 MODERATOR: I've read your spy novel. HART: Well, thank you. 185 00:08:02,680 --> 00:08:04,696 Hey, you guys be careful. Let's put that inside right here. 186 00:08:04,720 --> 00:08:07,016 DIXON: Now, these other candidates are all decent guys. 187 00:08:07,040 --> 00:08:08,856 They all want what's best for this country. 188 00:08:08,880 --> 00:08:10,056 But they're not gonna win. 189 00:08:10,080 --> 00:08:13,835 You know it, they know it. More importantly, George Bush knows it. 190 00:08:14,280 --> 00:08:16,511 That's why they're all gunning for us. 191 00:08:17,440 --> 00:08:19,816 We lose this primary, that's it, 192 00:08:19,840 --> 00:08:21,672 we can kiss the White House good-bye. 193 00:08:21,880 --> 00:08:23,936 And kiss your future good-bye, because... 194 00:08:23,960 --> 00:08:26,236 Will somebody pay the pizza guy? 195 00:08:28,000 --> 00:08:29,056 How much is it? 196 00:08:29,080 --> 00:08:30,136 $17.99. (PHONE RINGING) 197 00:08:30,160 --> 00:08:32,776 If line three rings, don't pick up. That's the fax. 198 00:08:32,800 --> 00:08:34,536 What if line one and two are busy, though? 199 00:08:34,560 --> 00:08:36,016 Use line four. 200 00:08:36,040 --> 00:08:37,394 WILSON: It's amazing. 201 00:08:37,680 --> 00:08:40,096 We have a rusting industrial base. 202 00:08:40,120 --> 00:08:41,696 How does he look that good? 203 00:08:41,720 --> 00:08:43,056 Genetics. 204 00:08:43,080 --> 00:08:45,056 Whose? Don Johnson's? 205 00:08:45,080 --> 00:08:46,799 Yeah. That's why I look like this. 206 00:08:46,920 --> 00:08:48,479 What if line four is busy? 207 00:08:48,840 --> 00:08:51,216 Who the fuck did this? DIXON: So, when you're exhausted 208 00:08:51,240 --> 00:08:53,296 and your feet hurt and your fingers are frozen 209 00:08:53,320 --> 00:08:56,313 from knocking on doors in Nashua for 12 hours straight, 210 00:08:56,760 --> 00:08:59,416 you miss your boyfriend, your girlfriend, your 211 00:08:59,440 --> 00:09:00,590 kids... 212 00:09:02,400 --> 00:09:04,536 You're tired of eating fast food and 213 00:09:04,560 --> 00:09:07,280 leftovers because we don't pay you jack shit... 214 00:09:08,280 --> 00:09:09,896 I want you to think about the opportunity 215 00:09:09,920 --> 00:09:12,799 that we have right here, right now. 216 00:09:14,120 --> 00:09:17,716 And the cost to this great country 217 00:09:17,960 --> 00:09:19,679 if we squander it. 218 00:09:21,120 --> 00:09:22,793 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) (PHONE RINGING) 219 00:09:23,160 --> 00:09:26,976 BRADLEE: Anyway, let's assume Cranston's out. Who are we missing? 220 00:09:27,000 --> 00:09:28,776 BRODER: Well, if Cranston doesn't know he's out, 221 00:09:28,800 --> 00:09:30,576 somebody better tell him. Gore's looking at it. 222 00:09:30,600 --> 00:09:32,296 What, Al Gore? Is he old enough? 223 00:09:32,320 --> 00:09:35,136 He's 38, I think. His daddy could win him the South. 224 00:09:35,160 --> 00:09:37,416 Have you seen the wife, Tipper? Thanks. 225 00:09:37,440 --> 00:09:39,496 That's her name. There's Dukakis, maybe. 226 00:09:39,520 --> 00:09:42,216 Who? The Governor of Massachusetts. 227 00:09:42,240 --> 00:09:45,016 "Dukakis"? That's not gonna look good on a campaign poster. 228 00:09:45,040 --> 00:09:47,336 Yeah, add a "K," he could win the South. 229 00:09:47,360 --> 00:09:49,536 Gallup's got Hart beating Bush by 12. 230 00:09:49,560 --> 00:09:50,656 By 12? Uh-huh. 231 00:09:50,680 --> 00:09:52,096 Jesus. 232 00:09:52,120 --> 00:09:53,776 Woodward, you know the guy. 233 00:09:53,800 --> 00:09:55,120 What do you think? 234 00:09:55,480 --> 00:09:57,896 Gary Hart? He could win it. 235 00:09:57,920 --> 00:09:59,456 I mean, he's got the hair. 236 00:09:59,480 --> 00:10:01,376 How many points do you think the hair is worth? 237 00:10:01,400 --> 00:10:03,536 Six points. Four, if it's windy. 238 00:10:03,560 --> 00:10:04,914 (ALL CHUCKLING) 239 00:10:05,320 --> 00:10:06,936 DOLE: (ON TV) I think it's a little lofty 240 00:10:06,960 --> 00:10:10,936 for Senator Hart to be discussing our grand future 241 00:10:10,960 --> 00:10:12,376 without crediting President Reagan... 242 00:10:12,400 --> 00:10:13,720 Come on, I'm not gonna credit... 243 00:10:13,840 --> 00:10:15,096 ...for the reforms we're seeing 244 00:10:15,120 --> 00:10:17,216 in the Soviet Union. We did not bankrupt the Soviets. 245 00:10:17,240 --> 00:10:20,256 Communism bankrupted itself morally and economically. 246 00:10:20,280 --> 00:10:22,336 You do not get credit for kicking down a door 247 00:10:22,360 --> 00:10:23,816 that's already open. Well... 248 00:10:23,840 --> 00:10:24,896 (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) 249 00:10:24,920 --> 00:10:26,036 HART: I mean... 250 00:10:26,600 --> 00:10:28,336 Uh, ribbon-cutting at the end of the week 251 00:10:28,360 --> 00:10:30,696 and then a run-through of the grand announcement 252 00:10:30,720 --> 00:10:34,576 6,000 feet above sea level at Red Rocks. 253 00:10:34,600 --> 00:10:37,696 Has anybody been able to get him off this weird mountain man thing? 254 00:10:37,720 --> 00:10:40,360 It's... EMERSON: No. He is entrenched. 255 00:10:40,920 --> 00:10:43,296 Uh, technically, I don't think he can be entrenched 256 00:10:43,320 --> 00:10:44,456 if he's on top of a mountain. 257 00:10:44,480 --> 00:10:47,616 Okay, thanks, Doug. There is a long, storied history 258 00:10:47,640 --> 00:10:51,616 of announcing one's candidacy from a drab, shit-colored ballroom with, 259 00:10:51,640 --> 00:10:54,056 you know, electricity and lights. 260 00:10:54,080 --> 00:10:55,416 SWEENEY: And elevators. 261 00:10:55,440 --> 00:10:57,016 IRENE: Oh, has anybody told him we can't drop balloons from a mountain? 262 00:10:57,040 --> 00:10:58,536 STRATTON: Maybe we could rent a plane. 263 00:10:58,560 --> 00:11:00,552 ...not just this quarter's bottom line. 264 00:11:00,680 --> 00:11:03,176 WILSON: We did not prep any of this. He's just shooting from the hip. 265 00:11:03,200 --> 00:11:04,256 It's unbelievable. 266 00:11:04,280 --> 00:11:06,456 SWEENEY: Yo, we're gonna need water for the press. 267 00:11:06,480 --> 00:11:09,016 Maybe oxygen, too. STRATTON: I moved here two weeks ago, 268 00:11:09,040 --> 00:11:10,536 I still can't find a decent package store. 269 00:11:10,560 --> 00:11:12,216 DIXON: Okay, maybe stop that, and focus on... 270 00:11:12,240 --> 00:11:13,816 She's not the one who gets the coffee, by the way. 271 00:11:13,840 --> 00:11:15,416 Downtime in Miami... You haven't found the one on Wynkoop? 272 00:11:15,440 --> 00:11:16,496 It's right around the corner. 273 00:11:16,520 --> 00:11:17,696 Doesn't it close at, like, 5:00? 274 00:11:17,720 --> 00:11:19,736 Can we... Can we just focus? EMERSON: I'll put together 275 00:11:19,760 --> 00:11:21,576 some local party leaders out of Fort Lauderdale. 276 00:11:21,600 --> 00:11:23,576 DIXON: Yeah, no, we're not doing that. 277 00:11:23,600 --> 00:11:24,696 We're not getting endorsements? 278 00:11:24,720 --> 00:11:26,736 We're not filling up a photo album with people 279 00:11:26,760 --> 00:11:28,558 who are gonna think we owe them something. 280 00:11:30,280 --> 00:11:31,696 Anything else we're not doing? 281 00:11:31,720 --> 00:11:33,120 DIXON: Yeah. No barbecues. 282 00:11:33,720 --> 00:11:35,096 I love barbecues! SWEENEY: Dix, the road 283 00:11:35,120 --> 00:11:37,216 to the presidency goes through the Iowa State Fair. 284 00:11:37,240 --> 00:11:39,096 What about the steak fry, Dix? DIXON: Not this year. 285 00:11:39,120 --> 00:11:40,896 SWEENEY: The steak fry? Oh, my God, calm down 286 00:11:40,920 --> 00:11:42,832 about the barbecues. It's not happening. 287 00:11:43,880 --> 00:11:45,296 Okay, we're gonna talk about this. 288 00:11:45,320 --> 00:11:47,176 No, we won't. Who's staffing Miami? 289 00:11:47,200 --> 00:11:48,395 Billy's there all weekend. 290 00:11:48,760 --> 00:11:51,256 You're going to Miami? Billy B. Broadhurst, not... 291 00:11:51,280 --> 00:11:53,056 STRATTON: How about I get a down week in Miami? 292 00:11:53,080 --> 00:11:54,896 SWEENEY: Jesus, there's a lot of Billys around here, right? 293 00:11:54,920 --> 00:11:56,896 Well, I'm Bill, right? 294 00:11:56,920 --> 00:11:58,656 Only an 8-year-old should be called Billy. 295 00:11:58,680 --> 00:12:01,416 So, I'm not sure if I'm supposed to ask this question, 296 00:12:01,440 --> 00:12:04,336 but what exactly is Billy B.'s position on this campaign? 297 00:12:04,360 --> 00:12:06,033 Well, he's a Louisiana lobbyist, 298 00:12:06,160 --> 00:12:09,136 so his chief contributions to the political process 299 00:12:09,160 --> 00:12:11,136 seem to be gumbo and bourbon. 300 00:12:11,160 --> 00:12:12,736 And dirty jokes. 301 00:12:12,760 --> 00:12:15,416 He makes the senator laugh, so... All right, going back. 302 00:12:15,440 --> 00:12:17,750 Last week in April, we kick off and hit the road, 303 00:12:17,880 --> 00:12:19,678 starting with a grip-and-greet in Kansas. 304 00:12:19,800 --> 00:12:21,056 SWEENEY: Kansas is a go? 305 00:12:21,080 --> 00:12:23,096 DIXON: Yeah, we think Kansas is a go. 306 00:12:23,120 --> 00:12:24,856 He'll actually talk about his parents? 307 00:12:24,880 --> 00:12:26,896 DIXON: No. He finds that irrelevant. Right. 308 00:12:26,920 --> 00:12:30,936 How? Everyone has parents. It's relatable. 309 00:12:30,960 --> 00:12:33,096 So, what's relatable? That he was born? 310 00:12:33,120 --> 00:12:34,176 WILSON: Okay. 311 00:12:34,200 --> 00:12:35,296 SWEENEY: It's not four years ago, though. 312 00:12:35,320 --> 00:12:37,936 He is up 12 points. People are gonna want to get to know him. 313 00:12:37,960 --> 00:12:40,656 WILSON: Yeah, Dix. How do we get the senator to open up? 314 00:12:40,680 --> 00:12:42,776 DIXON: We don't, okay? We just don't. 315 00:12:42,800 --> 00:12:46,896 I've never known a guy more talented at untangling the bullshit of politics 316 00:12:46,920 --> 00:12:48,856 so that anyone can understand. 317 00:12:48,880 --> 00:12:50,896 It is a gift, 318 00:12:50,920 --> 00:12:53,480 and he wants to share that with people. 319 00:12:54,360 --> 00:12:58,195 And all anybody wants is for him to take a stupid photo. 320 00:12:59,440 --> 00:13:01,272 He will never understand that. 321 00:13:01,720 --> 00:13:02,856 HART: (ON TV) The danger is this. 322 00:13:02,880 --> 00:13:05,296 Will America, in the year 2000, 323 00:13:05,320 --> 00:13:08,336 wake up to a future as a second-rate power? 324 00:13:08,360 --> 00:13:11,000 This is the key test of American leadership. 325 00:13:11,360 --> 00:13:12,976 What about his marriage? 326 00:13:13,000 --> 00:13:14,776 KAISER: I heard she looks the other way. 327 00:13:14,800 --> 00:13:16,256 Must be a limited field of view. 328 00:13:16,280 --> 00:13:17,736 Sounds pretty ideal to me. 329 00:13:17,760 --> 00:13:19,256 No, sounds like a zipper story. 330 00:13:19,280 --> 00:13:21,296 DEVROY: What is the candidate's position on zippers? 331 00:13:21,320 --> 00:13:22,856 WOODWARD: He prefers them open. 332 00:13:22,880 --> 00:13:24,616 Bob, you and he were roommates for a while? 333 00:13:24,640 --> 00:13:26,376 Yeah, when Lee kicked him out a few years ago, 334 00:13:26,400 --> 00:13:28,056 he crashed on my couch. DEVROY: And? 335 00:13:28,080 --> 00:13:31,198 And anything that happens on my sectional sofa is irrelevant. 336 00:13:31,600 --> 00:13:34,416 A.J. says the trail reporters are obsessed with it. 337 00:13:34,440 --> 00:13:37,296 Mr. Parker, is this so? No, just some stories circulating. 338 00:13:37,320 --> 00:13:38,416 Such as? 339 00:13:38,440 --> 00:13:40,416 Oh, well, I heard one when I was in Dallas. 340 00:13:40,440 --> 00:13:42,856 Someone said they saw Hart go into his hotel room 341 00:13:42,880 --> 00:13:43,976 with a blonde heiress after a fundraiser. 342 00:13:44,000 --> 00:13:45,056 (ALL SIGH) 343 00:13:45,080 --> 00:13:47,136 DEVROY: Original. Well, when I was on trail, 344 00:13:47,160 --> 00:13:48,856 we fucked each other, we didn't write about it. 345 00:13:48,880 --> 00:13:50,976 Well, I'm married. Good luck with that. 346 00:13:51,000 --> 00:13:52,096 Should we follow up? 347 00:13:52,120 --> 00:13:53,696 BRADLEE: You know how many members of Congress... 348 00:13:53,720 --> 00:13:55,936 We'd have to expel half the Senate. 349 00:13:55,960 --> 00:13:57,896 And you wouldn't be thrilled with who was left. 350 00:13:57,920 --> 00:13:59,115 I'm not thrilled now. 351 00:14:00,040 --> 00:14:02,760 Why do they need three hours to take a picture? 352 00:14:03,400 --> 00:14:05,376 It's the cover of People. It's just what they do. 353 00:14:05,400 --> 00:14:07,696 And they want Gary and Lee, right? 354 00:14:07,720 --> 00:14:09,456 WILSON: That's right. They call me every single day. 355 00:14:09,480 --> 00:14:11,816 They're not the only ones, either. I need to know what the plan is. 356 00:14:11,840 --> 00:14:13,274 DIXON: As in? 357 00:14:13,400 --> 00:14:14,550 SWEENEY: Uh... 358 00:14:15,720 --> 00:14:17,256 (STAMMERS) As in... 359 00:14:17,280 --> 00:14:19,920 I don't think that it would hurt us 360 00:14:20,920 --> 00:14:24,197 to put them both out there. 361 00:14:24,520 --> 00:14:26,016 Okay, okay, what are you talking about? 362 00:14:26,040 --> 00:14:27,315 The state of things. 363 00:14:28,240 --> 00:14:30,816 There's a ton of interest 364 00:14:30,840 --> 00:14:32,856 in the separations, in the getting-back-togethers. 365 00:14:32,880 --> 00:14:35,016 It wouldn't hurt us to... (SIGHS) 366 00:14:35,040 --> 00:14:36,096 What? I think that... 367 00:14:36,120 --> 00:14:37,696 I think that people want to get to know the Harts. 368 00:14:37,720 --> 00:14:40,280 I think that they want to see them out, walking their dog, 369 00:14:40,400 --> 00:14:42,416 pumping their gas, being regular people. 370 00:14:42,440 --> 00:14:44,216 (LAUGHS) He's not a regular person... 371 00:14:44,240 --> 00:14:47,551 He's the next fucking president of the United fucking States! 372 00:14:48,960 --> 00:14:50,456 (APPLAUSE) 373 00:14:50,480 --> 00:14:52,472 (PIANO PLAYING) 374 00:14:57,440 --> 00:14:58,840 (MUSIC PLAYING) 375 00:15:12,240 --> 00:15:13,435 (MUSIC PLAYING) 376 00:15:26,000 --> 00:15:27,195 (MUSIC PLAYING) 377 00:15:38,080 --> 00:15:39,116 (PIANO STOPS PLAYING) 378 00:15:39,320 --> 00:15:40,880 HART: Nope, it's not up for discussion. 379 00:15:41,000 --> 00:15:42,496 Your husband won't move off announcing at Red Rocks. 380 00:15:42,520 --> 00:15:44,136 HART: It's a powerful backdrop, Billy. 381 00:15:44,160 --> 00:15:46,376 You're gonna have to distribute oxygen tanks to the press. 382 00:15:46,400 --> 00:15:48,216 LEE: Perhaps they'll conserve energy by not asking questions. 383 00:15:48,240 --> 00:15:49,276 (HART CHUCKLES) 384 00:15:49,480 --> 00:15:51,376 Billy wants us to pose for People magazine. 385 00:15:51,400 --> 00:15:52,576 SHORE: Millions of people read People. 386 00:15:52,600 --> 00:15:54,536 Oh, it has words? LEE: Oh, don't be fooled. 387 00:15:54,560 --> 00:15:57,336 Gary loves People. (CHUCKLES) That is slander. 388 00:15:57,360 --> 00:15:59,176 You should have told him it was for Popular Science. 389 00:15:59,200 --> 00:16:00,316 Hey, Andrea. Hey. 390 00:16:00,480 --> 00:16:01,816 You know, people want to feel like they know you, 391 00:16:01,840 --> 00:16:03,736 and this is a good forum for that. 392 00:16:03,760 --> 00:16:07,136 Come on, if I do a photo shoot, uh, today, what's tomorrow, 393 00:16:07,160 --> 00:16:09,416 swimsuit competition, talent show? 394 00:16:09,440 --> 00:16:10,496 SHORE: Okay. 395 00:16:10,520 --> 00:16:12,896 LEE: Well, there will be photographers in Kansas. 396 00:16:12,920 --> 00:16:14,616 Yeah, and I will be smiling like 397 00:16:14,640 --> 00:16:16,016 some sort of game show host. I love drinking Robitussin 398 00:16:16,040 --> 00:16:17,256 to fall asleep every night. 399 00:16:17,280 --> 00:16:21,056 What do you think? This time next year, you might be living at the White House. 400 00:16:21,080 --> 00:16:22,176 HART: Ah. 401 00:16:22,200 --> 00:16:24,336 Just think what my chores will be. Just think what your rent will be. 402 00:16:24,360 --> 00:16:27,671 How are the applications coming? Utterly fascinating. 403 00:16:28,560 --> 00:16:30,199 This is really good. 404 00:16:30,320 --> 00:16:33,896 But I just don't think you need the paragraph about the iguanas. 405 00:16:33,920 --> 00:16:36,256 It's kind of making light of everything else you're saying about yourself. 406 00:16:36,280 --> 00:16:37,736 It says I have a sense of humor. 407 00:16:37,760 --> 00:16:39,399 Yeah, I don't think they care. 408 00:16:39,800 --> 00:16:41,056 (CHUCKLES) 409 00:16:41,080 --> 00:16:42,912 (POP MUSIC PLAYING FAINTLY) 410 00:16:43,640 --> 00:16:45,120 So, Red Rocks? 411 00:16:47,680 --> 00:16:49,976 Yeah. I mean, if you're gonna reframe the debate, 412 00:16:50,000 --> 00:16:51,376 you got to reframe the location. 413 00:16:51,400 --> 00:16:53,153 I know that. Dad, I really like it. 414 00:16:57,560 --> 00:16:58,676 Thanks. 415 00:17:01,400 --> 00:17:02,595 (LAUGHS SOFTLY) 416 00:17:04,200 --> 00:17:06,560 I'm still getting a hard time about the road trip with Kate. 417 00:17:08,480 --> 00:17:10,790 Well, we're your parents. We're supposed to, you know... 418 00:17:11,440 --> 00:17:14,000 Just, uh, stay on the main roads and call us every night. 419 00:17:15,440 --> 00:17:17,016 It's Kate's dad. 420 00:17:17,040 --> 00:17:19,016 He doesn't like that we're sharing a room. 421 00:17:19,040 --> 00:17:20,679 He's uncomfortable about it. 422 00:17:23,560 --> 00:17:24,914 One bed or two? 423 00:17:34,800 --> 00:17:36,393 (SIGHS, CLEARS THROAT) 424 00:17:36,640 --> 00:17:38,438 Make an economics argument. 425 00:17:40,200 --> 00:17:41,554 Hotel rooms aren't cheap. 426 00:17:41,840 --> 00:17:43,069 (MUSIC PLAYING) 427 00:17:44,520 --> 00:17:45,715 (CHUCKLES) 428 00:17:47,680 --> 00:17:49,336 HART: It's a little bit farther. 429 00:17:49,360 --> 00:17:51,416 DIXON: Seriously, was Everest not available? 430 00:17:51,440 --> 00:17:53,416 WILSON: Uh, we should hit Enlightened Engagement 431 00:17:53,440 --> 00:17:55,536 before the three E's, I think. 432 00:17:55,560 --> 00:17:57,136 DIXON: You're calling it "the three E's"? 433 00:17:57,160 --> 00:17:59,176 WILSON: Economy, education, environment. 434 00:17:59,200 --> 00:18:00,475 HART: You forgot ethics. 435 00:18:01,080 --> 00:18:02,656 WILSON: Huh? DIXON: So there's four "E's"? 436 00:18:02,680 --> 00:18:03,896 LEE: Gary'll need some water. HART: What's that? 437 00:18:03,920 --> 00:18:05,354 LEE: You're gonna need some water. 438 00:18:05,480 --> 00:18:07,616 STRATTON: We'll have water, Mrs. Hart. EMERSON: And beer. 439 00:18:07,640 --> 00:18:10,056 STRATTON: The straight-down light's gonna make brutal shadows. 440 00:18:10,080 --> 00:18:12,231 EMERSON: Mrs. Hart, you okay with the climb? 441 00:18:12,360 --> 00:18:13,576 LEE: Are you? 442 00:18:13,600 --> 00:18:16,136 WILSON: Uh, no, it's gotta be three "E's," linguistically. 443 00:18:16,160 --> 00:18:18,016 DIXON: Ah, so we're losing an "E"? Which one? 444 00:18:18,040 --> 00:18:19,536 HART: Environment, education or economy? 445 00:18:19,560 --> 00:18:21,696 Which do you suggest? DIXON: Add an "E." Who gives a fuck? 446 00:18:21,720 --> 00:18:23,136 STRATTON: Can we get some music? 447 00:18:23,160 --> 00:18:24,576 Like, a high school marching band or something? 448 00:18:24,600 --> 00:18:26,376 HART: No band. STRATTON: No? Music is important. 449 00:18:26,400 --> 00:18:27,736 It sets a tone. 450 00:18:27,760 --> 00:18:29,576 DIXON: What, are we opening a Stater Bros.? 451 00:18:29,600 --> 00:18:30,896 HART: Where's Bill? DIXON: I'm right here. 452 00:18:30,920 --> 00:18:32,176 HART: No, not you. Shore. 453 00:18:32,200 --> 00:18:33,919 DIXON: He's Billy. I'm Bill. 454 00:18:34,400 --> 00:18:35,675 HART: Oh, hey. 455 00:18:35,800 --> 00:18:37,856 STRATTON: Senator, how would you react to a tent? 456 00:18:37,880 --> 00:18:39,936 IRENE: Lee. (CHUCKLES) HART: Poorly. 457 00:18:39,960 --> 00:18:41,776 DIXON: Can we run this much cable? 458 00:18:41,800 --> 00:18:43,256 STRATTON: We'll use a mult box. IRENE: All right, 459 00:18:43,280 --> 00:18:46,216 you'll be standing over here. LEE: Okay. 460 00:18:46,240 --> 00:18:48,296 IRENE: With Andrea. And I think you'll want to wear 461 00:18:48,320 --> 00:18:51,176 something dark, maybe a blue. LEE: Dark? In nature? 462 00:18:51,200 --> 00:18:52,616 IRENE: Yeah. 463 00:18:52,640 --> 00:18:53,976 LEE: I... I don't know, I've already bought something. 464 00:18:54,000 --> 00:18:55,176 IRENE: What'd you buy? 465 00:18:55,200 --> 00:18:57,080 DIXON: Can we, uh... (INDISTINCT CHATTERING) 466 00:18:57,760 --> 00:18:59,656 Excuse me, I'm sorry. Can we just have a minute? 467 00:18:59,680 --> 00:19:01,416 Have you talked to Andrea? Uh, yeah. Remind me later. 468 00:19:01,440 --> 00:19:02,590 Okay. Sorry. 469 00:19:02,920 --> 00:19:04,376 Really? Is this necessary? 470 00:19:04,400 --> 00:19:06,496 The Brown Palace has a perfectly lovely ballroom. 471 00:19:06,520 --> 00:19:09,256 Dixon, Dixon, Dixon. You know what brought me to Colorado originally? 472 00:19:09,280 --> 00:19:10,816 The railroad. 473 00:19:10,840 --> 00:19:13,912 I spent a summer hammering railroad ties. Can you imagine? 474 00:19:14,320 --> 00:19:15,515 I actually can, yeah. 475 00:19:16,080 --> 00:19:18,720 You know the last time a Democratic president came out of the West? 476 00:19:19,840 --> 00:19:21,416 Never. Exactly. 477 00:19:21,440 --> 00:19:24,478 The West is the future. Always has been. Still is. 478 00:19:25,000 --> 00:19:26,400 (SIGHS) 479 00:19:29,040 --> 00:19:30,235 (DIXON EXHALES) 480 00:19:30,640 --> 00:19:32,518 Uh, oh, yeah. Remind me later. 481 00:19:34,000 --> 00:19:37,056 NEWSMAN: The announcement was originally scheduled to begin exactly at noon, 482 00:19:37,080 --> 00:19:40,152 but now they say that Gary Hart is going to be a few minutes late. 483 00:19:40,280 --> 00:19:41,656 Senator Hart will be out any moment. 484 00:19:41,680 --> 00:19:43,296 Please take a step back. He's gonna be going here. 485 00:19:43,320 --> 00:19:44,776 Everybody needs to be behind that line. 486 00:19:44,800 --> 00:19:46,536 What are you thinking? I'm leaning towards the red. 487 00:19:46,560 --> 00:19:48,376 I feel like the red's gonna pop for camera. 488 00:19:48,400 --> 00:19:50,256 Why are you asking me? I'm not sure. Hey, Grace, 489 00:19:50,280 --> 00:19:52,736 I feel like the red. Let's get the red ribbon up, please. Nice and taut. 490 00:19:52,760 --> 00:19:54,256 I'm just gonna make it go the other way. 491 00:19:54,280 --> 00:19:55,280 Mmm-hmm. 492 00:19:59,120 --> 00:20:00,496 You ready? DIXON: Senator. 493 00:20:00,520 --> 00:20:01,976 Okay. You all right? Sir? 494 00:20:02,000 --> 00:20:04,056 Yes? Yes? Here you go. 495 00:20:04,080 --> 00:20:05,639 Wow. Couldn't find the big ones? 496 00:20:07,720 --> 00:20:10,599 NEWSMAN: Gary Hart's been a United States senator for 10 years. 497 00:20:10,720 --> 00:20:13,076 NEWSWOMAN: At 46, he's one of the youngest candidates. 498 00:20:13,240 --> 00:20:14,696 You've built up quite a lead. 499 00:20:14,720 --> 00:20:16,096 Do you already have your eyes on the general election? 500 00:20:16,120 --> 00:20:17,296 You know what, don't shoot the fucking desk. 501 00:20:17,320 --> 00:20:19,056 We've got, like, policy papers and... Senator Hart... 502 00:20:19,080 --> 00:20:20,840 Senator Hart is taking... Senator Hart... 503 00:20:21,040 --> 00:20:24,776 NEWSWOMAN: The Democratic Party has been in the dumps psychologically, 504 00:20:24,800 --> 00:20:27,336 and in disarray ideologically. 505 00:20:27,360 --> 00:20:28,536 DIXON: Bill Martin, Senator. 506 00:20:28,560 --> 00:20:29,936 Bill. Really proud to be 507 00:20:29,960 --> 00:20:32,456 here with you. Excited to have you on my team. 508 00:20:32,480 --> 00:20:33,696 Thank you. Thank you very much. 509 00:20:33,720 --> 00:20:34,936 Joe Trippi, part of our press team. 510 00:20:34,960 --> 00:20:36,296 Joe, how are you? Senator. Nice to meet you. 511 00:20:36,320 --> 00:20:37,936 Senator, Ginny Terrazo. Hi, Ginny. 512 00:20:37,960 --> 00:20:39,456 I'm sorry? Uh, press team. 513 00:20:39,480 --> 00:20:40,816 What was your name? Ginny Terzano. 514 00:20:40,840 --> 00:20:42,296 Ginny. Yeah. DIXON: These guys you know. 515 00:20:42,320 --> 00:20:43,496 HART: Gentlemen. Hi. 516 00:20:43,520 --> 00:20:44,976 Hi, Billy. How are you? How are you? 517 00:20:45,000 --> 00:20:47,016 Hi, hi. This is Tom Fiedler from the Miami Herald. 518 00:20:47,040 --> 00:20:48,976 Miami. Yes, I can tell by your tie. Oh. (CHUCKLES) 519 00:20:49,000 --> 00:20:50,798 That's Miami, all right. (LAUGHS) 520 00:20:50,920 --> 00:20:53,096 Thank you. Really appreciate it. Thank you. 521 00:20:53,120 --> 00:20:54,456 NEWSMAN: A small army of reporters and photographers... 522 00:20:54,480 --> 00:20:56,136 NEWSMAN 2: At least 20 or 30 cameras 523 00:20:56,160 --> 00:20:57,576 or 50 or 60 reporters. NEWSWOMAN: Three, two, one. 524 00:20:57,600 --> 00:21:01,435 HART: I intend, as I always have, to run a campaign of ideas. 525 00:21:02,000 --> 00:21:03,150 Ideas have power. 526 00:21:03,880 --> 00:21:05,856 Ideas are what governing is all about, 527 00:21:05,880 --> 00:21:09,078 and governing is what this election is all about. 528 00:21:09,360 --> 00:21:12,456 NEWSMAN: Standing before the snow-capped Rocky Mountains in Colorado, 529 00:21:12,480 --> 00:21:14,456 Gary Hart announced for the presidency. 530 00:21:14,480 --> 00:21:16,816 NEWSWOMAN: Nowhere is Hart as much a front runner 531 00:21:16,840 --> 00:21:20,896 as he is in his own hometown, Ottawa, Kansas. 532 00:21:20,920 --> 00:21:22,576 The former senator from Colorado 533 00:21:22,600 --> 00:21:24,616 arrived at the airport just about an hour and a half ago. 534 00:21:24,640 --> 00:21:26,836 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) (CAMERAS CLICKING) 535 00:21:27,200 --> 00:21:28,296 MAN: Now, we're rolling here. 536 00:21:28,320 --> 00:21:29,754 (MUSIC PLAYING) 537 00:21:32,960 --> 00:21:36,536 In an era of great change, challenge and opportunity, 538 00:21:36,560 --> 00:21:38,056 it's less important that our... 539 00:21:38,080 --> 00:21:40,536 DIXON: So we flew to Ottawa fucking Kansas to give a policy speech? 540 00:21:40,560 --> 00:21:41,896 I thought he was gonna get personal. 541 00:21:41,920 --> 00:21:43,736 Personal is not a comfort zone. 542 00:21:43,760 --> 00:21:47,037 If it's any consolation, he is hitting all four of the "E's." 543 00:21:47,480 --> 00:21:48,994 We added an "E"? 544 00:21:50,720 --> 00:21:53,376 NEWSMAN: Gary Hart, known as the voice of a new generation, 545 00:21:53,400 --> 00:21:56,016 continues to inspire voters both young and old, 546 00:21:56,040 --> 00:21:58,376 who say this Colorado senator has both the presence 547 00:21:58,400 --> 00:22:00,136 and idealism of a Kennedy. 548 00:22:00,160 --> 00:22:02,200 REPORTER: Senator, how does it feel to be back home? 549 00:22:03,000 --> 00:22:04,354 Well, uh... 550 00:22:04,600 --> 00:22:05,776 (CHUCKLES) 551 00:22:05,800 --> 00:22:06,995 (MUSIC PLAYING) 552 00:22:08,520 --> 00:22:10,696 Are we gonna swing through the South or not? 553 00:22:10,720 --> 00:22:12,296 Why waste the money? 554 00:22:12,320 --> 00:22:14,440 Carter won the South. DIXON: Carter was the South. 555 00:22:14,560 --> 00:22:16,216 Trust me, it's already gone. 556 00:22:16,240 --> 00:22:17,976 Irene's right. I'm not writing off the South. 557 00:22:18,000 --> 00:22:21,118 If my ideas make sense in Youngstown, they'll make sense in Mobile. 558 00:22:22,560 --> 00:22:24,313 Then we get to go to Alabama. 559 00:22:24,720 --> 00:22:28,077 NEWSMAN: Gary Hart prepares for another busy day on the campaign trail. 560 00:22:28,200 --> 00:22:31,671 NEWSWOMAN: No matter what the most hardened political cynics may say, 561 00:22:32,160 --> 00:22:33,376 Gary Hart's speech here 562 00:22:33,400 --> 00:22:37,416 was not simply about furthering his own presidential ambitions. 563 00:22:37,440 --> 00:22:38,635 Take two. 564 00:22:38,840 --> 00:22:40,797 Gary Hart was campaigning in New England today... 565 00:22:40,920 --> 00:22:43,416 Gary Hart is back in the race and back in New Hampshire... 566 00:22:43,440 --> 00:22:45,656 NEWSMAN: It was typical of what you might see 567 00:22:45,680 --> 00:22:47,056 with the visit of a front runner. 568 00:22:47,080 --> 00:22:49,595 Gary Hart's campaign circus... ...is in Fort Wayne tonight. 569 00:22:49,720 --> 00:22:52,736 Why don't we invest in their enterprise, in their industry, 570 00:22:52,760 --> 00:22:55,296 create opportunities for Mexicans in Mexico. 571 00:22:55,320 --> 00:22:57,536 Instead of stealing your jobs, they'll buy your chairs. 572 00:22:57,560 --> 00:22:59,256 They're not very good chairs. (LAUGHTER) 573 00:22:59,280 --> 00:23:00,656 Can't really help you with that. 574 00:23:00,680 --> 00:23:03,096 Let's forget about jobs for a second. Let's talk about security. 575 00:23:03,120 --> 00:23:06,536 Gary Hart is running far ahead of the pack of contenders. 576 00:23:06,560 --> 00:23:08,736 MAN: Give me another take. REPORTER: Serious campaigning aside, 577 00:23:08,760 --> 00:23:10,080 Hart's mood in recent days... 578 00:23:10,200 --> 00:23:13,016 NEWSMAN: This week's issue of Newsweek magazine profiles Hart. 579 00:23:13,040 --> 00:23:14,616 NEWSMAN 2:...considered to be the leading contender 580 00:23:14,640 --> 00:23:16,176 for the Democratic presidential nomination. 581 00:23:16,200 --> 00:23:17,873 NEWSWOMAN: Hart spoke at four schools, 582 00:23:18,000 --> 00:23:20,336 was interviewed by the editors of two newspapers... 583 00:23:20,360 --> 00:23:21,736 NEWSMAN 3: After a blistering first week, 584 00:23:21,760 --> 00:23:24,559 Senator Hart is taking a break from the campaign trail. 585 00:23:31,360 --> 00:23:32,794 (SEABIRDS SQUAWKING IN DISTANCE) 586 00:23:39,480 --> 00:23:40,856 BROADHURST: (LAUGHING) So, he comes to me, he says, 587 00:23:40,880 --> 00:23:43,776 "Hey, Mr. B.B., if I go for that deal, 588 00:23:43,800 --> 00:23:46,056 "I will trade you the car and the crawfish." 589 00:23:46,080 --> 00:23:47,976 So I took that deal. (LAUGHS) 590 00:23:48,000 --> 00:23:49,536 I took that goddamn deal. 591 00:23:49,560 --> 00:23:52,816 There it is there. Oh, is it anybody I know? 592 00:23:52,840 --> 00:23:54,696 You know, friends are for dinner parties, 593 00:23:54,720 --> 00:23:56,296 yachts are for new acquaintances, Hart. 594 00:23:56,320 --> 00:23:57,936 Quite a boat, Billy. 595 00:23:57,960 --> 00:24:00,056 Well, belongs to a man named Soffer. 596 00:24:00,080 --> 00:24:04,074 Good fella. Nice guy. Owns a shit-ton of real estate around up in here. 597 00:24:04,480 --> 00:24:07,456 Hi, B.B. Hey, darling. How are you? 598 00:24:07,480 --> 00:24:10,279 I'm good. Told you it was a friendly crowd. 599 00:24:11,160 --> 00:24:12,296 (FOREPLAY/LONG TIME BY BOSTON PLAYING) 600 00:24:12,320 --> 00:24:13,754 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 601 00:24:16,520 --> 00:24:18,136 HART: Hey. This is Gary. 602 00:24:18,160 --> 00:24:21,896 MAN: (SINGING) Well, I'm taking my time I'm just moving along 603 00:24:21,920 --> 00:24:23,718 I can't hear. What? 604 00:24:23,840 --> 00:24:26,536 You're a senator? No, recently retired. 605 00:24:26,560 --> 00:24:28,136 (SONG CONTINUES) And I take what I find 606 00:24:28,160 --> 00:24:30,629 I don't want no more 607 00:24:30,760 --> 00:24:32,080 Oh, yeah. 608 00:24:34,600 --> 00:24:35,750 Gary. 609 00:24:35,920 --> 00:24:37,400 Yeah 610 00:24:39,000 --> 00:24:41,576 It's been such a long time 611 00:24:41,600 --> 00:24:44,957 It's been such a long time... 612 00:24:46,560 --> 00:24:47,994 (MUSIC PLAYING) 613 00:24:54,040 --> 00:24:55,536 Hi. I'm Donna. 614 00:24:55,560 --> 00:24:57,472 Sorry? Donna! 615 00:24:57,600 --> 00:25:00,216 Donna? Right. 616 00:25:00,240 --> 00:25:01,435 Gary. 617 00:25:01,560 --> 00:25:03,950 Well, I get so lonely 618 00:25:04,120 --> 00:25:06,157 When I am without you 619 00:25:06,640 --> 00:25:08,056 Nice boat. 620 00:25:08,080 --> 00:25:09,856 Yeah. Right? 621 00:25:09,880 --> 00:25:11,936 Deep in my mind 622 00:25:11,960 --> 00:25:14,794 It's just, I, you know... I wanna go back up. 623 00:25:15,560 --> 00:25:16,880 I might just go up. 624 00:25:17,560 --> 00:25:20,336 Good times 625 00:25:20,360 --> 00:25:23,496 And faces that remind me 626 00:25:23,520 --> 00:25:24,874 Yeah 627 00:25:25,000 --> 00:25:27,231 I'm trying to forget your... 628 00:25:28,320 --> 00:25:30,312 (SONG CONTINUES FAINTLY IN DISTANCE) 629 00:25:41,120 --> 00:25:43,056 Okay, three, two, one. This is Mike Ritchie reporting 630 00:25:43,080 --> 00:25:45,976 from Austin, Texas, where Senator Gary Hart of Texas... 631 00:25:46,000 --> 00:25:47,976 Colorado. Fuck. Let's take it from the top. Ready? 632 00:25:48,000 --> 00:25:49,536 Okay, 30 minutes away. Three, two, one. 633 00:25:49,560 --> 00:25:50,816 This is Mike Ritchie reporting... 634 00:25:50,840 --> 00:25:52,240 Where's Sally? 635 00:25:52,360 --> 00:25:54,576 ...Senator Gary Hart of Colorado spent the day talking... 636 00:25:54,600 --> 00:25:56,680 WILSON: A designer suit? It's not about the suit. 637 00:25:56,800 --> 00:25:58,536 It's the presentation of things. Hmm. 638 00:25:58,560 --> 00:25:59,696 What's this? 639 00:25:59,720 --> 00:26:02,496 Ralph Lauren announced they're doing wardrobe for CBS News. 640 00:26:02,520 --> 00:26:04,256 John's not sure about that. What? 641 00:26:04,280 --> 00:26:06,416 You, uh, preferred Hugo Boss? It's that word, "wardrobe." 642 00:26:06,440 --> 00:26:07,840 Like they're on Three's Company. 643 00:26:07,960 --> 00:26:10,976 Well, it is a television show. No. It's the news. 644 00:26:11,000 --> 00:26:13,296 A bad suit should mean something, it's trustworthy. 645 00:26:13,320 --> 00:26:14,576 WILSON: Trustworthy? 646 00:26:14,600 --> 00:26:16,496 EMERSON: Yeah, look, it starts with designer clothes, 647 00:26:16,520 --> 00:26:18,176 and everyone says, "Don't they look nice," 648 00:26:18,200 --> 00:26:20,376 and pretty soon Vidal Sassoon is doing Tom Brokaw's hair. 649 00:26:20,400 --> 00:26:22,480 STRATTON: Right. Then they add some pop music, right? 650 00:26:22,600 --> 00:26:23,776 Yeah. Electric guitar? 651 00:26:23,800 --> 00:26:26,336 Sure, great. Mark Knopfler's writing some opening theme song, 652 00:26:26,360 --> 00:26:30,896 and they'll have fucking action shots of anchors leaping away from fires 653 00:26:30,920 --> 00:26:32,256 and pulling kittens out of storm drains. 654 00:26:32,280 --> 00:26:34,736 Hey, I'd watch that. Dix, what do you think? 655 00:26:34,760 --> 00:26:35,989 I don't give a fuck. 656 00:26:36,640 --> 00:26:37,676 All right. 657 00:26:39,800 --> 00:26:41,696 EMERSON: You should give a fuck. 658 00:26:41,720 --> 00:26:43,856 It's the death nail of journalism. 659 00:26:43,880 --> 00:26:45,696 WILSON: Do you mean "death knell"? 660 00:26:45,720 --> 00:26:47,313 It's a common mistake. 661 00:26:48,480 --> 00:26:50,680 EMERSON: How often do people just punch you in the face? 662 00:26:53,640 --> 00:26:54,915 Hey. It's Gary. 663 00:26:57,640 --> 00:26:58,869 (CHUCKLING) You were? 664 00:27:01,240 --> 00:27:02,879 I would love that. You know I would. 665 00:27:04,160 --> 00:27:06,296 Well, within the next 10 days. 666 00:27:06,320 --> 00:27:08,152 (HART CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY) 667 00:27:09,640 --> 00:27:11,040 (CHUCKLES) 668 00:27:12,760 --> 00:27:14,114 Miss you, too. 669 00:27:15,520 --> 00:27:16,520 Yeah. 670 00:27:16,920 --> 00:27:18,673 MAN: (ON P.A.) Now boarding flight 435. 671 00:27:18,840 --> 00:27:20,115 Now boarding. 672 00:27:22,920 --> 00:27:26,277 DIXON: Another foolish call, and everybody gets a secret. 673 00:27:27,240 --> 00:27:28,536 IRENE: Can we swing him by the high school? 674 00:27:28,560 --> 00:27:30,256 Unlikely. No. We can't do that. 675 00:27:30,280 --> 00:27:33,016 I think it's a good opportunity, a photo op, whole family. 676 00:27:33,040 --> 00:27:35,536 If we keep him hopping around, he's gonna get scratchy. 677 00:27:35,560 --> 00:27:37,496 EMERSON: Yeah. Scratchy? 678 00:27:37,520 --> 00:27:40,936 Remember this time last year we had that flat on our bus? 679 00:27:40,960 --> 00:27:42,360 (BOTH CHUCKLE) 680 00:27:43,640 --> 00:27:45,480 WILSON: Oh, here she comes. Oh, here we go. 681 00:27:45,760 --> 00:27:48,016 LEE: I always assumed that he was born in '36 682 00:27:48,040 --> 00:27:49,736 and two years after we were married, 683 00:27:49,760 --> 00:27:51,016 he had said '37... 684 00:27:51,040 --> 00:27:52,599 Oh. Sorry about that. (LAUGHS) 685 00:27:54,440 --> 00:27:56,416 SHORE: We're gonna get started. Yep. Who is it? 686 00:27:56,440 --> 00:27:58,376 It's Parker. Yeah, he's from The Washington Post. 687 00:27:58,400 --> 00:28:00,296 He's coming up right now. Parker? 688 00:28:00,320 --> 00:28:01,696 Yeah. Yeah, we'll bring him up. 689 00:28:01,720 --> 00:28:02,896 (ELECTRONIC CHIMING) (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 690 00:28:02,920 --> 00:28:03,976 STRATTON: It's kind of going up. 691 00:28:04,000 --> 00:28:05,216 MAN: Yeah, yeah. SWEENEY: Okay. 692 00:28:05,240 --> 00:28:06,776 STRATTON: If you don't see it kind of curving up like that... 693 00:28:06,800 --> 00:28:08,029 SWEENEY: Hey. 694 00:28:09,120 --> 00:28:11,316 We have a few minutes right now, if you're ready. 695 00:28:12,360 --> 00:28:14,176 Oh, yeah. Yeah, great. Thanks. 696 00:28:14,200 --> 00:28:15,873 Sorry, sir. Thank you. Hey, guys. 697 00:28:17,560 --> 00:28:18,856 Go get him, tiger. 698 00:28:18,880 --> 00:28:20,816 SWEENEY: So, second row up, in. 699 00:28:20,840 --> 00:28:22,216 Uh, Kevin? Yeah? 700 00:28:22,240 --> 00:28:24,216 Uh, when can I get some face time with the senator? 701 00:28:24,240 --> 00:28:25,776 We're gonna do a presser on the ground. 702 00:28:25,800 --> 00:28:27,314 No, no, I mean a one-on-one. 703 00:28:28,040 --> 00:28:29,599 We're not doing that this time. 704 00:28:30,920 --> 00:28:32,354 (CHUCKLING) What do you call that? 705 00:28:33,320 --> 00:28:34,754 The Washington Post. 706 00:28:38,440 --> 00:28:40,159 HART: Please. Hey. Hi. 707 00:28:40,280 --> 00:28:42,896 HART: There have been several opportunities to negotiate, 708 00:28:42,920 --> 00:28:45,336 but it seems that the president is not interested in that. 709 00:28:45,360 --> 00:28:47,296 Well, but you don't think the president has gone far enough? 710 00:28:47,320 --> 00:28:48,536 I know he hasn't gone far enough. 711 00:28:48,560 --> 00:28:50,016 I know Gorbachev, too, don't forget. 712 00:28:50,040 --> 00:28:52,816 Well, what are we supposed to do, aside from negotiate more reductions? 713 00:28:52,840 --> 00:28:54,136 Well, there won't be any peace dividend 714 00:28:54,160 --> 00:28:56,296 if we don't meet Gorbachev more than halfway. 715 00:28:56,320 --> 00:28:58,256 I'd, uh, invite him to my inauguration. 716 00:28:58,280 --> 00:28:59,696 What? The Soviet premier? 717 00:28:59,720 --> 00:29:01,336 Sure. Yeah. 718 00:29:01,360 --> 00:29:02,936 Why wouldn't he come? 719 00:29:02,960 --> 00:29:06,136 Why... Why wouldn't we show him democracy in action? 720 00:29:06,160 --> 00:29:08,256 I think we need to be bolder. Do you really think that'll 721 00:29:08,280 --> 00:29:10,216 lay the groundwork for more negotiations? 722 00:29:10,240 --> 00:29:12,696 Groundwork? The groundwork's already laid. 723 00:29:12,720 --> 00:29:14,256 (PLANE RATTLING) 724 00:29:14,280 --> 00:29:15,280 (ELECTRONIC DING) 725 00:29:15,680 --> 00:29:17,399 It's just, uh... It's just turbulence. 726 00:29:18,040 --> 00:29:19,235 Yeah. Uh-huh. 727 00:29:19,640 --> 00:29:21,376 (RATTLING CONTINUES) 728 00:29:21,400 --> 00:29:23,232 (WOMAN SPEAKS INDISTINCTLY OVER P.A.) 729 00:29:23,560 --> 00:29:24,880 Hey, hey. 730 00:29:25,360 --> 00:29:26,840 It's just wind. 731 00:29:30,760 --> 00:29:31,876 Just close your eyes. 732 00:29:32,840 --> 00:29:34,035 Seriously. 733 00:29:35,640 --> 00:29:36,710 Okay, you're just 734 00:29:37,400 --> 00:29:39,198 driving down a country road. 735 00:29:39,320 --> 00:29:41,936 (RATTLING CONTINUES) See? See? Yeah. 736 00:29:41,960 --> 00:29:44,296 We just hit... We hit a few bumps. 737 00:29:44,320 --> 00:29:45,993 The truck keeps going. 738 00:29:47,760 --> 00:29:49,656 You've been doing this your whole life. 739 00:29:49,680 --> 00:29:51,558 (RATTLING QUIETS) (PARKER EXHALES) 740 00:29:51,680 --> 00:29:54,136 Okay? Some roads aren't paved, that's all. 741 00:29:54,160 --> 00:29:55,958 (LOW RATTLING) 742 00:29:58,200 --> 00:29:59,680 (RATTLING STOPS) (EXHALES) 743 00:30:01,640 --> 00:30:02,835 (CHUCKLES) 744 00:30:03,920 --> 00:30:05,856 Um... (CLEARS THROAT) Thank you. 745 00:30:05,880 --> 00:30:08,616 So, the, uh, Soviets are in an economic tailspin, 746 00:30:08,640 --> 00:30:11,416 but, um, that change has to be managed, 747 00:30:11,440 --> 00:30:13,656 otherwise, you'll get a power vacuum in Asia and the Mideast, 748 00:30:13,680 --> 00:30:15,536 and you know what fills vacuums, right? 749 00:30:15,560 --> 00:30:17,256 Human nature? Exactly. 750 00:30:17,280 --> 00:30:21,399 Uh, wars, dictators, religious extremism. 751 00:30:22,280 --> 00:30:24,176 That's your view of human nature? 752 00:30:24,200 --> 00:30:26,256 Didn't they teach you Tolstoy at, uh... 753 00:30:26,280 --> 00:30:28,511 Oh, Yale. And I was a history major. 754 00:30:29,080 --> 00:30:30,116 Right. 755 00:30:31,320 --> 00:30:32,515 Uh... (SIGHS) 756 00:30:34,000 --> 00:30:35,320 Here. 757 00:30:35,760 --> 00:30:37,717 Teach you something about the, uh, Soviets. 758 00:30:40,480 --> 00:30:41,516 Thank you. 759 00:30:42,440 --> 00:30:44,576 Um... I'll get it back to you. 760 00:30:44,600 --> 00:30:46,319 Keep it. I'm not a library. 761 00:30:49,800 --> 00:30:51,234 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 762 00:30:56,080 --> 00:30:57,776 EMERSON: It is your job, specifically, 763 00:30:57,800 --> 00:31:01,176 to convince the senator not to do things exactly like this. 764 00:31:01,200 --> 00:31:03,096 STRATTON: What exactly do you want me to say? 765 00:31:03,120 --> 00:31:04,616 EMERSON: He's gonna look like an idiot. 766 00:31:04,640 --> 00:31:07,256 Or worse, kill someone. STRATTON: Roosevelt was an outdoorsman. 767 00:31:07,280 --> 00:31:08,634 He shot a grizzly once. 768 00:31:08,760 --> 00:31:10,376 You know that's where teddy bears come from? 769 00:31:10,400 --> 00:31:11,776 EMERSON: Fuck off. STRATTON: It's true. 770 00:31:11,800 --> 00:31:14,256 Teddy Roosevelt almost killed a giant bear, and they commemorate it 771 00:31:14,280 --> 00:31:15,896 by making plush toys for children. 772 00:31:15,920 --> 00:31:16,976 It was a national sensation. 773 00:31:17,000 --> 00:31:18,296 EISENBERG: Ten bucks says he misses? 774 00:31:18,320 --> 00:31:20,576 PARKER: I'm all right, thanks. EMERSON: I can't believe 775 00:31:20,600 --> 00:31:22,136 we're at a fucking axe-throwing contest. 776 00:31:22,160 --> 00:31:24,016 WILSON: What do they call it, Timbersport? 777 00:31:24,040 --> 00:31:25,496 This is a first. 778 00:31:25,520 --> 00:31:27,576 He might just actually throw away his campaign. 779 00:31:27,600 --> 00:31:29,136 I can't fucking watch this. 780 00:31:29,160 --> 00:31:30,992 (MUSIC PLAYING) 781 00:31:33,320 --> 00:31:34,720 (EXHALES DEEPLY) 782 00:31:39,080 --> 00:31:40,673 (CHEERING) 783 00:31:43,160 --> 00:31:44,719 That was incredible! 784 00:31:44,840 --> 00:31:46,718 (WHISTLING) (LAUGHING) 785 00:31:49,120 --> 00:31:50,634 Oh, my God! 786 00:31:51,000 --> 00:31:53,231 (SONG PLAYING) It's a love thing 787 00:31:54,800 --> 00:31:56,200 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 788 00:31:59,440 --> 00:32:01,830 It's a love thing 789 00:32:01,960 --> 00:32:04,794 It's a love 790 00:32:06,640 --> 00:32:08,074 Thing 791 00:32:08,280 --> 00:32:10,456 The look in your eyes 792 00:32:10,480 --> 00:32:13,439 Is more than enough to make my poor heart... 793 00:32:13,600 --> 00:32:14,816 WOMAN: Excuse me. HART: Yes. 794 00:32:14,840 --> 00:32:16,176 Could you sign my diary? 795 00:32:16,200 --> 00:32:18,456 (SONG CONTINUES) Knew from the moment we met 796 00:32:18,480 --> 00:32:20,256 That there was no doubt 797 00:32:20,280 --> 00:32:21,496 That my life... 798 00:32:21,520 --> 00:32:22,576 HART: Hey, guys. 799 00:32:22,600 --> 00:32:25,718 What's the news? Cuomo's officially out. 800 00:32:27,320 --> 00:32:28,470 Wow. 801 00:32:28,880 --> 00:32:30,758 Well, long way to go. 802 00:32:31,040 --> 00:32:33,271 Mmm, Kennedy, Bradley... They're all out. 803 00:32:35,880 --> 00:32:37,656 I like Gephardt. AI's still in this thing. 804 00:32:37,680 --> 00:32:39,336 Jesse Jackson. 805 00:32:39,360 --> 00:32:41,016 (SCOFFS) Come on, I mean, Senator, sir. 806 00:32:41,040 --> 00:32:42,536 What? He's got double digits. 807 00:32:42,560 --> 00:32:45,056 You think the people of this country will elect Jesse Jackson as president? 808 00:32:45,080 --> 00:32:46,736 Maybe vice president. Well, that's what Jesse 809 00:32:46,760 --> 00:32:48,911 really wants, anyway, right? 810 00:32:49,960 --> 00:32:51,456 Uh, another round on me. 811 00:32:51,480 --> 00:32:54,736 Oh, I'm sorry, you can't do that. HART: Fine. Another round on them. 812 00:32:54,760 --> 00:32:57,176 Word is you're gonna be president. 813 00:32:57,200 --> 00:32:59,376 HART: I don't know, how does Secretary of the Navy sound? 814 00:32:59,400 --> 00:33:01,176 Mmm, I've already been a secretary, honey. 815 00:33:01,200 --> 00:33:02,600 But you're sweet. (CHUCKLES) 816 00:33:06,880 --> 00:33:09,056 MAN: Right before they breach our airspace, 817 00:33:09,080 --> 00:33:11,856 they dump the entire fucking shipment into the Atlantic. 818 00:33:11,880 --> 00:33:14,376 And not pounds. Like, tons of coke. 819 00:33:14,400 --> 00:33:17,176 It's like a Volkswagen worth of coke, just boom. 820 00:33:17,200 --> 00:33:19,496 Like a Volkswagen, not like a Honda or something? 821 00:33:19,520 --> 00:33:20,736 Yeah, like a Volkswagen. (LAUGHTER) 822 00:33:20,760 --> 00:33:23,176 What the fuck am I talking about here? I got an old Navy buddy 823 00:33:23,200 --> 00:33:25,096 gives fishing tours out of Islamorada. 824 00:33:25,120 --> 00:33:27,616 I spent five nights under a fucking cargo net. 825 00:33:27,640 --> 00:33:29,216 All right, well, maybe you'll be more comfortable 826 00:33:29,240 --> 00:33:31,576 in a cushy chair, Murph. (LAUGHTER) 827 00:33:31,600 --> 00:33:33,736 MARTINDALE: Let's work up some sort of map of the route 828 00:33:33,760 --> 00:33:36,656 and make sure we have artwork on these cigarette boats in motion. 829 00:33:36,680 --> 00:33:39,296 No bullshit stock photo. I want to see surf kicking up. 830 00:33:39,320 --> 00:33:41,471 Got it. Sexy boats kicking up surf. 831 00:33:41,760 --> 00:33:43,576 Anything from the Mickey desk? 832 00:33:43,600 --> 00:33:45,856 MGM is suing Disney World. 833 00:33:45,880 --> 00:33:48,216 No shit? It's a license violation. 834 00:33:48,240 --> 00:33:50,896 Let's work up a top for the front page, 835 00:33:50,920 --> 00:33:54,496 and some options on a crying Mickey drawing. 836 00:33:54,520 --> 00:33:56,376 DUNN: Oh, we've done crying Mickey. 837 00:33:56,400 --> 00:33:59,136 Twice. When Universal came to Orlando, 838 00:33:59,160 --> 00:34:00,696 and then when that alligator 839 00:34:00,720 --> 00:34:03,096 ate that kid near Epcot. MARTINDALE: Oh, yeah. 840 00:34:03,120 --> 00:34:06,272 Who builds a theme park in a swamp? 841 00:34:06,680 --> 00:34:09,176 All right, give me, uh, Mickey in handcuffs. 842 00:34:09,200 --> 00:34:10,350 Politics? 843 00:34:12,360 --> 00:34:14,016 Good morning. Politics. 844 00:34:14,040 --> 00:34:17,616 Uh, yeah. I just got back from the kickoff tour with Gary Hart. 845 00:34:17,640 --> 00:34:20,296 Whew! Okay, anything new? 846 00:34:20,320 --> 00:34:21,416 (QUIET CHUCKLING) 847 00:34:21,440 --> 00:34:22,976 (STAMMERS) I mean, it's the curtain raiser 848 00:34:23,000 --> 00:34:24,616 on the guy that's gonna win the presidency, so... 849 00:34:24,640 --> 00:34:27,656 Keep it to 100 twills, Tom. We're tight today. 850 00:34:27,680 --> 00:34:29,616 Are you serious? MARTINDALE: Sports! 851 00:34:29,640 --> 00:34:31,393 How about those Dolphins? 852 00:34:32,280 --> 00:34:35,016 ANNOUNCER: He's knocked down. Allison has it. Centers. 853 00:34:35,040 --> 00:34:37,396 (PHONE RINGS) ANNOUNCER: He scores! 854 00:34:38,000 --> 00:34:40,056 Mike Allison scores... 855 00:34:40,080 --> 00:34:41,673 Tom Fiedler. 856 00:34:41,920 --> 00:34:44,594 (WOMAN GIGGLES, SIGHS ON PHONE) 857 00:34:45,800 --> 00:34:47,136 Hello? 858 00:34:47,160 --> 00:34:48,310 WOMAN: Um... 859 00:34:48,720 --> 00:34:51,679 Did you write the story about Gary Hart today? 860 00:34:53,080 --> 00:34:54,560 Yeah. That was me. 861 00:34:56,200 --> 00:34:59,318 He's having an affair with a friend of mine. 862 00:35:01,800 --> 00:35:03,896 Uh, what's her name? 863 00:35:03,920 --> 00:35:05,136 What's your name? 864 00:35:05,160 --> 00:35:06,913 (GIGGLES) I can't tell you that! 865 00:35:08,240 --> 00:35:10,376 Look, this isn't funny, okay? 866 00:35:10,400 --> 00:35:13,056 I mean, you just can't call people and make allegations. 867 00:35:13,080 --> 00:35:15,576 So who are you, and... She's flying up there 868 00:35:15,600 --> 00:35:18,434 to see him in Washington this weekend. 869 00:35:22,880 --> 00:35:25,190 Uh, Hart's not in D.C. this weekend. 870 00:35:25,320 --> 00:35:26,936 He's going to Kentucky for the Derby. 871 00:35:26,960 --> 00:35:27,996 Sorry, lady. 872 00:35:29,040 --> 00:35:30,190 Wait. 873 00:35:30,960 --> 00:35:32,314 I want to ask you, 874 00:35:33,160 --> 00:35:34,776 do you guys pay for pictures? 875 00:35:34,800 --> 00:35:36,917 (LAUGHS) 876 00:35:37,040 --> 00:35:38,110 That's great. Jesus. 877 00:35:38,240 --> 00:35:39,799 Good luck, lady. 878 00:35:41,000 --> 00:35:42,070 (SCOFFS) 879 00:35:46,240 --> 00:35:47,959 What'd he say? He hung up. 880 00:35:50,840 --> 00:35:51,910 (PHONE RINGING) 881 00:35:52,320 --> 00:35:53,376 WOMAN: Thank you so much. MAN: That's great... 882 00:35:53,400 --> 00:35:54,976 WOMAN 2: Hi... Yes. MAN 2: You can go out... 883 00:35:55,000 --> 00:35:57,296 MAN 3: Yes, sir, he is a voice for the working man, that's correct. 884 00:35:57,320 --> 00:35:58,356 (TAPE REWINDING) 885 00:35:58,800 --> 00:36:00,496 MAN 4: That's right, ma'am. Thank you so much for... 886 00:36:00,520 --> 00:36:02,136 Glad we can count on your support. Yeah... 887 00:36:02,160 --> 00:36:03,674 (TAPE REWINDING) 888 00:36:07,760 --> 00:36:10,150 My name's Gary Hart. I'm running for president. 889 00:36:10,720 --> 00:36:13,376 Now, over the next year, you're gonna see a lot of campaign ads... 890 00:36:13,400 --> 00:36:14,696 STRATTON: Goddamn, he looks good. 891 00:36:14,720 --> 00:36:16,336 He... Yeah, he's great. That's a great tie. 892 00:36:16,360 --> 00:36:18,056 Very attractive man. Yeah. 893 00:36:18,080 --> 00:36:19,656 I think I like the second take better, though. 894 00:36:19,680 --> 00:36:20,816 He's got his hand in his pocket. 895 00:36:20,840 --> 00:36:24,856 Senator Hart actually opposed the current administration's efforts 896 00:36:24,880 --> 00:36:27,736 to reduce federal unemployment benefits. 897 00:36:27,760 --> 00:36:30,456 Yes. He actually also voted against every aspect 898 00:36:30,480 --> 00:36:32,517 of the Reagan program in 1981. 899 00:36:33,360 --> 00:36:35,296 Well, you know what, that's fantastic to hear. 900 00:36:35,320 --> 00:36:37,710 Well, we will. Eileen, I really appreciate it. 901 00:36:37,840 --> 00:36:41,959 Hal will call you about where to send the check and all that, and, uh... 902 00:36:42,600 --> 00:36:43,600 Righto. 903 00:36:43,720 --> 00:36:45,120 Okay. Talk soon. 904 00:36:46,120 --> 00:36:47,176 You're a free man. 905 00:36:47,200 --> 00:36:48,976 Until call time tomorrow. Thank you. Oh, Irene, 906 00:36:49,000 --> 00:36:51,736 will you tell Steve and Kitty I can't make, uh, Kentucky? 907 00:36:51,760 --> 00:36:53,096 IRENE: You're gonna miss the Derby? 908 00:36:53,120 --> 00:36:55,271 And, uh, get Ellie to get me some coffee. 909 00:37:03,720 --> 00:37:04,936 You never get the tacos. 910 00:37:04,960 --> 00:37:06,416 Someone should have told you that. 911 00:37:06,440 --> 00:37:07,856 But Friday's taco day, man. 912 00:37:07,880 --> 00:37:09,576 Yeah. Let me know how Saturday goes. 913 00:37:09,600 --> 00:37:11,034 (PRINTER WHIRRING) 914 00:37:11,800 --> 00:37:13,234 (MUSIC PLAYING) 915 00:37:30,320 --> 00:37:32,710 Hey. What's doing? 916 00:37:33,560 --> 00:37:35,517 Uh, I think I need your help on something. 917 00:37:35,680 --> 00:37:36,716 You all right? 918 00:37:36,840 --> 00:37:38,911 (CHUCKLES) You look like you've seen a ghost. 919 00:37:40,160 --> 00:37:41,216 HART: All right! 920 00:37:41,240 --> 00:37:42,576 (SIZZLING) 921 00:37:42,600 --> 00:37:43,829 Won't be a moment. 922 00:37:46,200 --> 00:37:47,429 There's the beef. 923 00:37:47,800 --> 00:37:49,200 It's not bad, actually. 924 00:37:51,280 --> 00:37:53,096 A lot of potatoes in that one right there? 925 00:37:53,120 --> 00:37:54,416 It's good. Yeah. 926 00:37:54,440 --> 00:37:55,736 STRATTON: Baked potatoes too? 927 00:37:55,760 --> 00:37:57,797 Fries are pretty good, huh? IRENE: Good gravy. 928 00:37:58,040 --> 00:38:02,616 HART: Um, but don't let your burger that I slaved over go cold, okay? 929 00:38:02,640 --> 00:38:03,994 (CHUCKLING) Sure. 930 00:38:05,600 --> 00:38:06,716 PARKER: Mmm. 931 00:38:07,520 --> 00:38:08,874 (CHUCKLES) 932 00:38:09,400 --> 00:38:11,656 We'd like the burger to be mentioned in the first paragraph, A.J., 933 00:38:11,680 --> 00:38:13,496 if that's okay. (LAUGHING) Sure. Absolutely. 934 00:38:13,520 --> 00:38:16,354 Maybe the best thing I've done this entire campaign. 935 00:38:16,480 --> 00:38:17,880 (HART CHUCKLES) 936 00:38:19,000 --> 00:38:20,576 So, uh, are we almost done? 937 00:38:20,600 --> 00:38:22,376 Uh, just about. Mmm-hmm. 938 00:38:22,400 --> 00:38:24,576 Oh, have you, uh... Have you read the book yet? 939 00:38:24,600 --> 00:38:27,576 Mmm. Just about. It's Tolstoy. 940 00:38:27,600 --> 00:38:28,795 (HART CHUCKLES) 941 00:38:34,440 --> 00:38:36,318 Can I ask you about your separation? 942 00:38:38,440 --> 00:38:39,476 (SIGHS) 943 00:38:44,400 --> 00:38:45,536 It's a fairly common occurrence. 944 00:38:45,560 --> 00:38:46,835 I'd avoid it if you can. 945 00:38:48,400 --> 00:38:50,016 Um, look, I'm not having fun asking about this, 946 00:38:50,040 --> 00:38:51,096 in case you're wondering. 947 00:38:51,120 --> 00:38:52,236 I wasn't. 948 00:38:53,640 --> 00:38:54,816 Well... Well, look, I just... 949 00:38:54,840 --> 00:38:56,856 Why should anybody care? How... How is it relevant? 950 00:38:56,880 --> 00:38:58,216 PARKER: Well, some people feel like... Senator? 951 00:38:58,240 --> 00:38:59,776 ...it's hard to know you, and I'm trying to help... 952 00:38:59,800 --> 00:39:01,936 No. Why are... People... Who are these people 953 00:39:01,960 --> 00:39:03,536 everyone keeps telling me about? Okay, fine. 954 00:39:03,560 --> 00:39:04,976 Because no... Maybe... Maybe some of us. 955 00:39:05,000 --> 00:39:06,696 We feel that way. So, reporters? 956 00:39:06,720 --> 00:39:07,896 Some of us, yes. 957 00:39:07,920 --> 00:39:09,896 Oh, some of you who were still in high school 958 00:39:09,920 --> 00:39:11,416 when I was running McGovern's campaign. 959 00:39:11,440 --> 00:39:12,696 SWEENEY: A.J., either ask something else... 960 00:39:12,720 --> 00:39:15,216 It's not my fault you're just arriving at the party, A.J. 961 00:39:15,240 --> 00:39:16,416 Well, okay. Fine. 962 00:39:16,440 --> 00:39:17,976 So, around that time you told Gail Sheehy 963 00:39:18,000 --> 00:39:20,456 you believed in reform marriage, what did that mean? 964 00:39:20,480 --> 00:39:21,800 Oh, for crying out loud. I... 965 00:39:22,960 --> 00:39:26,096 I was young and tired and living across the country from my wife, 966 00:39:26,120 --> 00:39:27,256 and I made a stupid joke. 967 00:39:27,280 --> 00:39:30,296 You know, this right here is why people don't want to be in public life, 968 00:39:30,320 --> 00:39:35,256 because someone will dredge up something you said in a moment 15 years ago 969 00:39:35,280 --> 00:39:37,296 and act like it somehow encapsulates your life. 970 00:39:37,320 --> 00:39:39,376 Look. Hey, look, I don't... No, look I... I'm gonna 971 00:39:39,400 --> 00:39:40,816 answer one more of these. I'm not gonna sit here anymore. 972 00:39:40,840 --> 00:39:42,176 We've covered all the stuff that matters. 973 00:39:42,200 --> 00:39:43,256 Did... Did you ask Reagan 974 00:39:43,280 --> 00:39:44,816 about his marriage? All right, let's wrap this up. 975 00:39:44,840 --> 00:39:46,816 No, no. Listen, did you ask Carter these questions? 976 00:39:46,840 --> 00:39:48,576 There have been rumors, particularly about... 977 00:39:48,600 --> 00:39:51,416 For God's sake, A.J., just ask whatever it is you came here to ask 978 00:39:51,440 --> 00:39:54,478 or whatever your editor told you to ask me. 979 00:39:55,000 --> 00:39:56,195 This is beneath you. 980 00:40:00,840 --> 00:40:02,752 Okay. Hmm? 981 00:40:03,240 --> 00:40:05,550 Do you feel like you have a traditional marriage? 982 00:40:08,040 --> 00:40:09,040 "A..." 983 00:40:09,200 --> 00:40:10,236 (SLAPS TABLE) 984 00:40:10,800 --> 00:40:12,576 Yeah, no, that's it. We're done here. HART: You know, 985 00:40:12,600 --> 00:40:15,216 you... You want to know what I'm doing in my spare time, A.J., is that it? 986 00:40:15,240 --> 00:40:17,550 Follow me around, put a tail on me. You'd be very bored. 987 00:40:21,360 --> 00:40:22,510 That was bullshit. 988 00:40:28,240 --> 00:40:30,391 (WOMAN SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY ON P.A.) 989 00:40:37,400 --> 00:40:38,834 (CHUCKLES) 990 00:40:39,400 --> 00:40:40,656 Just relax. 991 00:40:40,680 --> 00:40:42,717 What am I supposed to do? Act bored. 992 00:40:43,600 --> 00:40:45,080 Most people just look bored. 993 00:40:46,640 --> 00:40:47,869 (MURPHY CLEARS THROAT SOFTLY) 994 00:40:49,200 --> 00:40:51,616 What does she look like? Attractive. You know? 995 00:40:51,640 --> 00:40:53,536 Hot enough to make you leave your wife. 996 00:40:53,560 --> 00:40:55,279 Honestly, it wouldn't take that much. 997 00:40:56,680 --> 00:40:58,120 WOMAN: (ON P.A.) Miami passengers... 998 00:41:00,040 --> 00:41:04,353 Please have your passports available for inspection by the gate agent. 999 00:41:04,840 --> 00:41:06,957 (WOMAN MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT IN SPANISH OVER P.A.) 1000 00:41:23,800 --> 00:41:25,120 MURPHY: Stop staring at 'em. 1001 00:41:26,800 --> 00:41:28,736 You don't have to look at the floor. Just... 1002 00:41:28,760 --> 00:41:31,296 WOMAN: Here you go, sir. MAN: Thank you. 1003 00:41:31,320 --> 00:41:34,096 What would you like, ma'am? Just a... 1004 00:41:34,120 --> 00:41:35,456 PILOT: (ON P.A.) Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. 1005 00:41:35,480 --> 00:41:38,696 We will soon be arriving at Washington National Airport. 1006 00:41:38,720 --> 00:41:40,120 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1007 00:41:57,960 --> 00:41:59,336 MURPHY: Do we know where they're going? 1008 00:41:59,360 --> 00:42:00,680 FIEDLER: I know where Hart lives. 1009 00:42:06,240 --> 00:42:07,736 FIEDLER: This one here on the left. 1010 00:42:07,760 --> 00:42:08,896 DRIVER: You want me to pull over? 1011 00:42:08,920 --> 00:42:10,016 FIEDLER: Uh, just hang a second. 1012 00:42:10,040 --> 00:42:11,096 MURPHY: No security? Nothing? 1013 00:42:11,120 --> 00:42:13,237 You think this is it? FIEDLER: It's his place. 1014 00:42:15,240 --> 00:42:17,596 You guys getting out? Just give us a second. 1015 00:42:17,720 --> 00:42:19,696 No Secret Service? He isn't the nominee yet. 1016 00:42:19,720 --> 00:42:21,576 DRIVER: Look, I don't know what you guys are up to, but... 1017 00:42:21,600 --> 00:42:23,336 I think somebody pulled your leg, buddy. 1018 00:42:23,360 --> 00:42:25,056 We've been here all of two fucking seconds. 1019 00:42:25,080 --> 00:42:26,616 DRIVER: Look, this isn't a peep show. 1020 00:42:26,640 --> 00:42:28,016 Now, which one of you guys are paying me? 1021 00:42:28,040 --> 00:42:29,776 New destination. We're gonna need a hotel. 1022 00:42:29,800 --> 00:42:30,870 Hold on! 1023 00:42:33,800 --> 00:42:35,632 DRIVER: Look, man, I'm... (SHUSHING) 1024 00:42:48,040 --> 00:42:49,616 Fuck me. 1025 00:42:49,640 --> 00:42:51,616 HART: You chilly? DONNA: Yeah. 1026 00:42:51,640 --> 00:42:53,279 MURPHY: We're gonna need a photographer. 1027 00:43:04,960 --> 00:43:06,096 Hi. 1028 00:43:06,120 --> 00:43:07,520 Is this the stakeout? 1029 00:43:08,840 --> 00:43:10,638 No, we ran out of gas. 1030 00:43:11,640 --> 00:43:13,632 Will you get in the fucking car, please? 1031 00:43:13,760 --> 00:43:16,036 Oh, right, sure. Yeah. Get in the car. 1032 00:43:20,720 --> 00:43:22,440 MURPHY: (UNDER BREATH) Jesus fucking Christ. 1033 00:43:25,880 --> 00:43:27,056 You sure they're in there? 1034 00:43:27,080 --> 00:43:29,640 Yeah, yeah. We saw them come in and out a couple of times. 1035 00:43:33,160 --> 00:43:34,355 "Follow me around." 1036 00:43:35,600 --> 00:43:38,376 Hart told The Post to follow him around. Hey, Roy. 1037 00:43:38,400 --> 00:43:40,496 MURPHY: "Follow me around, put a tail on me. 1038 00:43:40,520 --> 00:43:43,456 "You'd be very bored." He asked us to follow him. 1039 00:43:43,480 --> 00:43:45,437 Technically, you were already following him. 1040 00:43:45,560 --> 00:43:47,392 Look, it's an invitation. 1041 00:43:48,200 --> 00:43:50,157 We... We have a responsibility here. 1042 00:43:50,920 --> 00:43:53,656 Are some folks in Iowa seriously supposed to vet 1043 00:43:53,680 --> 00:43:56,639 some governor or congressman from God-knows-where? 1044 00:43:58,320 --> 00:44:01,313 You know, it... It's up to us 1045 00:44:01,720 --> 00:44:03,074 to hold these guys accountable. 1046 00:44:03,200 --> 00:44:05,112 (DOOR OPENS) Oh, shit. 1047 00:44:06,760 --> 00:44:09,195 (INDISTINCT CHATTER AND LAUGHTER) 1048 00:44:13,240 --> 00:44:16,016 Is there a reason you brought a camera? 1049 00:44:16,040 --> 00:44:17,936 Oh, yeah, sure. Right. Go ahead. 1050 00:44:17,960 --> 00:44:19,030 Yeah, okay. 1051 00:44:19,640 --> 00:44:21,040 (CAMERA CLICKS) 1052 00:44:22,440 --> 00:44:24,856 VIN SCULLY: (ON RADIO) ...have a triple, two singles, 1053 00:44:24,880 --> 00:44:27,111 and all they have for it is a tie. 1054 00:44:27,240 --> 00:44:29,056 Raines, and then Wallach. 1055 00:44:29,080 --> 00:44:33,233 Winningham at first, Candaele at second and Nichols at third. 1056 00:44:34,920 --> 00:44:36,354 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1057 00:44:47,720 --> 00:44:49,096 Hey. Hey, Senator. 1058 00:44:49,120 --> 00:44:50,713 Uh, last... Last draft here. 1059 00:44:51,080 --> 00:44:53,776 We changed the last paragraph here... Yup. 1060 00:44:53,800 --> 00:44:55,616 And you've done that already? Good. 1061 00:44:55,640 --> 00:44:57,154 Yeah. Uh... 1062 00:45:05,720 --> 00:45:07,518 No, that's it. It's good. Okay? 1063 00:45:07,640 --> 00:45:08,835 Okay. Bye. 1064 00:45:11,280 --> 00:45:12,509 (DOOR SLAMS SHUT) 1065 00:45:14,080 --> 00:45:16,896 (GROANS) Wilson, the policy guy. 1066 00:45:16,920 --> 00:45:18,136 MURPHY: Did he make you? 1067 00:45:18,160 --> 00:45:19,816 I don't think so. Fuck. 1068 00:45:19,840 --> 00:45:20,910 (CAMERA CLICKS) 1069 00:45:21,640 --> 00:45:22,816 Have you seen the girl? 1070 00:45:22,840 --> 00:45:24,536 I... I need a closer look. 1071 00:45:24,560 --> 00:45:26,199 Guys, it stinks in here. 1072 00:45:26,360 --> 00:45:27,510 (CAMERA CLICKS) 1073 00:45:28,200 --> 00:45:29,953 SHORE: Who are they? Bush campaign? 1074 00:45:30,080 --> 00:45:31,514 HART: I don't know. Maybe. 1075 00:45:32,800 --> 00:45:34,678 Better head on back to your place. 1076 00:45:41,640 --> 00:45:43,074 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1077 00:45:49,000 --> 00:45:50,400 (INSECTS CHIRPING) 1078 00:45:57,920 --> 00:45:59,115 (DOOR OPENS) 1079 00:46:02,720 --> 00:46:03,915 (DOOR CLOSES) 1080 00:46:23,640 --> 00:46:25,074 (PANTING QUIETLY) 1081 00:46:31,520 --> 00:46:32,840 (KEYS JINGLING) 1082 00:46:33,120 --> 00:46:34,315 (STARTS ENGINE) 1083 00:46:55,840 --> 00:46:57,069 (TURNS OFF ENGINE) 1084 00:46:59,040 --> 00:47:00,315 FIEDLER: (WHISPERS) Fuck. 1085 00:47:08,920 --> 00:47:10,320 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1086 00:47:19,960 --> 00:47:21,376 MURPHY: (WHISPERS) Come on, come on. 1087 00:47:21,400 --> 00:47:22,800 Do you think he saw us? 1088 00:47:30,720 --> 00:47:32,154 Good evening, gentlemen. 1089 00:47:34,000 --> 00:47:35,229 MURPHY: Evening, Senator. 1090 00:47:37,240 --> 00:47:39,391 I'm a reporter from the Miami Herald. Uh... 1091 00:47:40,560 --> 00:47:42,392 We... We'd like to talk to you. Um... 1092 00:47:43,320 --> 00:47:46,916 I'd like to ask you about the woman that's staying in your townhouse. 1093 00:47:47,840 --> 00:47:49,320 No one is staying in my townhouse. 1094 00:47:49,840 --> 00:47:53,629 Uh, we saw you leave and come back with the same woman. It's a blonde woman. 1095 00:47:54,640 --> 00:47:55,915 I may, I may not have. 1096 00:47:58,280 --> 00:47:59,336 We saw you. 1097 00:47:59,360 --> 00:48:01,496 I don't know what you think you saw. 1098 00:48:01,520 --> 00:48:02,840 FIEDLER: (PANTING) Uh... 1099 00:48:03,640 --> 00:48:05,916 Hello, Senator. 1100 00:48:07,080 --> 00:48:08,150 Tom? 1101 00:48:11,200 --> 00:48:12,634 Yes, sir. Uh... 1102 00:48:13,480 --> 00:48:15,456 (STAMMERING) I wonder if you could tell us 1103 00:48:15,480 --> 00:48:18,216 whether this woman works for the campaign, 1104 00:48:18,240 --> 00:48:19,594 the one we saw you with. 1105 00:48:21,640 --> 00:48:23,296 She's not part of my campaign. 1106 00:48:23,320 --> 00:48:24,976 FIEDLER: Okay. Uh... (CLEARS THROAT) 1107 00:48:25,000 --> 00:48:26,616 (STAMMERS) Then can you tell us how you know her? 1108 00:48:26,640 --> 00:48:27,936 (CAMERA CLICKS) Oh, uh... 1109 00:48:27,960 --> 00:48:29,056 I don't think that's relevant. 1110 00:48:29,080 --> 00:48:30,896 I can assure you, Senator, this is relevant. 1111 00:48:30,920 --> 00:48:33,416 Yeah, it's just that we saw you leave and come back with this woman, 1112 00:48:33,440 --> 00:48:35,238 and we... We didn't see her... 1113 00:48:35,360 --> 00:48:37,056 Tom, you can't be serious. No one is staying in my home. 1114 00:48:37,080 --> 00:48:38,520 There's no need for that, all right? 1115 00:48:39,720 --> 00:48:41,791 Uh, I am serious, sir. 1116 00:48:43,320 --> 00:48:44,416 How long have you known this woman? 1117 00:48:44,440 --> 00:48:45,496 What kind of question... (CAMERA CLICKS) 1118 00:48:45,520 --> 00:48:46,576 What kind of questions are these? 1119 00:48:46,600 --> 00:48:47,656 FIEDLER: Is she a friend? 1120 00:48:47,680 --> 00:48:49,056 Well, I don't know why I would tell you that. 1121 00:48:49,080 --> 00:48:50,336 Tom, I am not going to... Can you produce her 1122 00:48:50,360 --> 00:48:51,456 to corroborate what you're saying here? 1123 00:48:51,480 --> 00:48:52,656 I don't have to produce anything. 1124 00:48:52,680 --> 00:48:53,736 This has gone on long enough. 1125 00:48:53,760 --> 00:48:55,496 Senator, we know you've made calls to this woman 1126 00:48:55,520 --> 00:48:56,776 from Kansas and New Hampshire. 1127 00:48:56,800 --> 00:48:58,416 We have the dates. Well, I make calls every day. 1128 00:48:58,440 --> 00:48:59,816 I don't see how I'd remember, and I don't... 1129 00:48:59,840 --> 00:49:01,416 FIEDLER: But, Senator, I was at your announcement speech, okay? 1130 00:49:01,440 --> 00:49:03,216 You said... You said, 1131 00:49:03,240 --> 00:49:04,416 "We must hold ourselves accountable..." HART: I know what I... 1132 00:49:04,440 --> 00:49:05,936 I know what I said. "...to the highest possible 1133 00:49:05,960 --> 00:49:08,416 "standards of integrity and ethics." 1134 00:49:08,440 --> 00:49:09,510 (CAMERA CLICKS) 1135 00:49:09,800 --> 00:49:11,234 Then why are we standing here? 1136 00:49:12,080 --> 00:49:14,496 Why are we standing in an alley on a Saturday night? 1137 00:49:14,520 --> 00:49:15,976 (CHUCKLING) I mean, don't you think you owe it to us 1138 00:49:16,000 --> 00:49:17,480 to be forthcoming? Owe you? 1139 00:49:17,600 --> 00:49:19,096 You're denying what we've seen with our own eyes. 1140 00:49:19,120 --> 00:49:20,976 The only thing I deny is the idea that somehow 1141 00:49:21,000 --> 00:49:22,616 you have the right to ask me these things. 1142 00:49:22,640 --> 00:49:24,416 You're running for president. I'm aware of that, Tom. 1143 00:49:24,440 --> 00:49:26,296 It's in the papers. Well, you have a responsibility. 1144 00:49:26,320 --> 00:49:28,096 I know full well what my responsibilities are. 1145 00:49:28,120 --> 00:49:29,395 Do you know yours? 1146 00:49:30,120 --> 00:49:31,440 (CAMERA CLICKING) 1147 00:49:32,440 --> 00:49:33,440 MURPHY: Senator. 1148 00:49:34,680 --> 00:49:36,273 Have you had sex with that woman? 1149 00:49:37,400 --> 00:49:38,816 You should be... 1150 00:49:38,840 --> 00:49:40,896 You should be ashamed of yourself. 1151 00:49:40,920 --> 00:49:43,515 The only one putting you in this alley, Tom, is you. 1152 00:49:48,520 --> 00:49:49,715 Holy shit. 1153 00:49:50,160 --> 00:49:51,674 We gotta type this up. 1154 00:49:51,800 --> 00:49:53,200 (ALL PANTING) 1155 00:49:56,120 --> 00:49:57,315 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1156 00:50:02,560 --> 00:50:04,936 Hey, Billy. Get Dixon now. 1157 00:50:04,960 --> 00:50:06,360 (CRICKETS CHIRPING) 1158 00:50:09,040 --> 00:50:10,474 (TV PLAYING INDISTINCTLY) 1159 00:50:20,520 --> 00:50:22,616 Hey, how long is it going to take you to develop those? 1160 00:50:22,640 --> 00:50:25,496 Uh, about eight, 10 minutes. 1161 00:50:25,520 --> 00:50:27,616 All right. Well, don't fuck it up. Something like that. 1162 00:50:27,640 --> 00:50:29,074 I'll try not to. 1163 00:50:30,480 --> 00:50:32,392 (SIGHING) All right. Okay. 1164 00:50:32,720 --> 00:50:34,154 (TYPING) 1165 00:50:37,320 --> 00:50:39,216 (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS) (SIGHING) Ah, fuck me. 1166 00:50:39,240 --> 00:50:40,356 Coffee. 1167 00:50:44,280 --> 00:50:46,078 (PHONE RINGS) MURPHY: Hey. 1168 00:50:49,840 --> 00:50:52,096 They want us to hold for a day. Why? 1169 00:50:52,120 --> 00:50:54,656 Just until we can get our shit straight, maybe get the girl's name. 1170 00:50:54,680 --> 00:50:56,016 I can't. We'll lose half the readers. 1171 00:50:56,040 --> 00:50:57,736 We can't do it. We can't do it. 1172 00:50:57,760 --> 00:50:59,216 No, no, it's not... It's not a Monday story. 1173 00:50:59,240 --> 00:51:00,720 It's a Sunday story. 1174 00:51:01,640 --> 00:51:03,216 Yeah, we saw her. 1175 00:51:03,240 --> 00:51:04,640 We saw her. 1176 00:51:05,600 --> 00:51:07,239 We got pictures. We got everything. 1177 00:51:08,760 --> 00:51:10,592 (DIAL TONE DRONING) 1178 00:51:11,760 --> 00:51:14,856 (PHONE RINGS) IRENE: Hello? 1179 00:51:14,880 --> 00:51:16,216 DIXON: Hey. How soon can you pick me up? 1180 00:51:16,240 --> 00:51:19,336 We need to get to D.C. IRENE: What's... What's going on? 1181 00:51:19,360 --> 00:51:22,176 DIXON: I can't tell you. It's Gary. 1182 00:51:22,200 --> 00:51:23,600 (TV PLAYING INDISTINCTLY) 1183 00:51:23,720 --> 00:51:25,359 MURPHY: Forty-two minutes. 1184 00:51:28,560 --> 00:51:29,856 Hey, you want to say "linked" here? 1185 00:51:29,880 --> 00:51:30,936 Saying she's "tied to Hart" 1186 00:51:30,960 --> 00:51:32,096 kind of sounds... Professional. 1187 00:51:32,120 --> 00:51:34,616 No, like whips and chains and shit going on. 1188 00:51:34,640 --> 00:51:35,696 I know, I know. (CLEARS THROAT) 1189 00:51:35,720 --> 00:51:36,995 (PHONE RINGS) 1190 00:51:38,240 --> 00:51:39,736 Hello? SWEENEY: Billy. 1191 00:51:39,760 --> 00:51:41,296 Yeah. SWEENEY: They're here. 1192 00:51:41,320 --> 00:51:42,376 I brought 'em back to my place. 1193 00:51:42,400 --> 00:51:44,995 Tell Fiedler we can give him an interview with the girl. 1194 00:51:45,120 --> 00:51:47,456 Yes, yes. Just tell him anything. 1195 00:51:47,480 --> 00:51:49,176 Just straighten this out. 1196 00:51:49,200 --> 00:51:51,536 Yes. Just buy us some time. 1197 00:51:51,560 --> 00:51:53,456 (INHALING DEEPLY) 1198 00:51:53,480 --> 00:51:54,480 (SIGHS) 1199 00:51:58,600 --> 00:52:02,310 Okay, Donna, Donna, I need you to be straight with me here. 1200 00:52:03,280 --> 00:52:04,656 Maybe you told somebody. 1201 00:52:04,680 --> 00:52:06,376 Your mama, the mailman. 1202 00:52:06,400 --> 00:52:07,595 Somebody. 1203 00:52:08,600 --> 00:52:10,576 Gary said the reporters are from Miami. 1204 00:52:10,600 --> 00:52:13,536 That means they're following you, not Gary. 1205 00:52:13,560 --> 00:52:14,596 (GRUNTS) 1206 00:52:14,800 --> 00:52:16,553 Are we... I don't know. 1207 00:52:21,320 --> 00:52:23,216 MURPHY: Okay, well, can I talk to her? 1208 00:52:23,240 --> 00:52:27,120 No, I can put you on the phone with the girl if you give me a day. 1209 00:52:27,600 --> 00:52:28,856 Yeah, how about I give you a week? 1210 00:52:28,880 --> 00:52:30,736 You want a month? No, come on, now. 1211 00:52:30,760 --> 00:52:32,911 You give me a day, huh? 1212 00:52:33,400 --> 00:52:34,456 We'll talk about it. 1213 00:52:34,480 --> 00:52:37,216 They're stalling. (BOTH CHUCKLE) 1214 00:52:37,240 --> 00:52:39,136 Listen, we know what you're doing, okay? 1215 00:52:39,160 --> 00:52:40,656 We're not writing for some college paper here. 1216 00:52:40,680 --> 00:52:42,776 We're not giving you a day, all right? 1217 00:52:42,800 --> 00:52:44,216 Give me a day, and I'll put you... 1218 00:52:44,240 --> 00:52:45,674 (LINE DISCONNECTS) (SIGHS) 1219 00:52:46,600 --> 00:52:49,195 SAVAGE: We haven't fact-checked a word of this. 1220 00:52:49,320 --> 00:52:51,710 You don't even have the woman's name. 1221 00:52:51,840 --> 00:52:54,496 You want to rush to print with some other paper's quote, 1222 00:52:54,520 --> 00:52:56,256 a quote from The Post? 1223 00:52:56,280 --> 00:52:58,237 We need the quote. You want the quote. 1224 00:52:58,360 --> 00:53:00,616 We can credit The Post. Yeah, yeah, yeah. 1225 00:53:00,640 --> 00:53:03,776 All right, look, we could... (SIGHS) We could tease the interview, 1226 00:53:03,800 --> 00:53:04,896 follow it up later in the week? 1227 00:53:04,920 --> 00:53:06,536 No, no, no. I'm telling you right now, 1228 00:53:06,560 --> 00:53:08,416 they're gonna find a way to spin this thing. 1229 00:53:08,440 --> 00:53:10,496 You guys are crazy. We got him right now. 1230 00:53:10,520 --> 00:53:12,536 We got him dead to rights. You're gonna let him go. 1231 00:53:12,560 --> 00:53:14,791 Easy, Crockett. This isn't a drug bust. 1232 00:53:14,920 --> 00:53:17,719 He was asking for it. Yeah, that's... 1233 00:53:17,840 --> 00:53:19,856 I mean, that is the story. FIEDLER: I got it, I got it. 1234 00:53:19,880 --> 00:53:22,096 You guys are walking away from this. Hang on, hang on. 1235 00:53:22,120 --> 00:53:25,216 Uh, "In an interview with The Post, 1236 00:53:25,240 --> 00:53:29,439 "he challenged those who questioned him 1237 00:53:29,560 --> 00:53:32,075 "to, quote, 'follow me around."' 1238 00:53:33,360 --> 00:53:36,776 Look, right now, The Post is in bed asleep. 1239 00:53:36,800 --> 00:53:40,856 Gary Hart is locked in a room with his entire campaign team, 1240 00:53:40,880 --> 00:53:42,456 figuring a way out of this. 1241 00:53:42,480 --> 00:53:43,755 (SIGHING) 1242 00:53:44,480 --> 00:53:45,630 He's not wrong. 1243 00:53:48,640 --> 00:53:51,280 You got 20 minutes to make tomorrow's A1. 1244 00:53:51,880 --> 00:53:53,296 No quote. 1245 00:53:53,320 --> 00:53:54,356 All right. 1246 00:53:59,280 --> 00:54:01,112 (PHONE RINGING) 1247 00:54:09,200 --> 00:54:10,736 Hello? HART: Hey, kiddo. 1248 00:54:10,760 --> 00:54:13,296 I need you to get your mother for me. Dad. 1249 00:54:13,320 --> 00:54:15,576 It's the middle of the night. Is everything okay? 1250 00:54:15,600 --> 00:54:16,670 Andrea... 1251 00:54:17,360 --> 00:54:18,635 It's Dad. 1252 00:54:19,080 --> 00:54:20,150 Hello? 1253 00:54:21,120 --> 00:54:23,555 HART: (SIGHS) Something's happened. 1254 00:54:24,040 --> 00:54:25,759 Okay. What is it? 1255 00:54:27,840 --> 00:54:29,399 There's going to be a... 1256 00:54:30,800 --> 00:54:33,110 There's going to be a story tomorrow 1257 00:54:35,360 --> 00:54:36,714 about me. 1258 00:54:38,560 --> 00:54:40,976 And you know what, they would... 1259 00:54:41,000 --> 00:54:43,616 What they're going to write shouldn't... Should never be written. 1260 00:54:43,640 --> 00:54:44,869 Um... 1261 00:54:48,400 --> 00:54:50,676 I can't seem to stop them. Um... 1262 00:54:54,640 --> 00:54:55,776 I... (SIGHS) 1263 00:54:55,800 --> 00:54:57,632 LEE: Oh, go on, Gary. Just say it. 1264 00:55:01,560 --> 00:55:04,632 I met a woman, uh, in Miami, 1265 00:55:05,640 --> 00:55:10,351 and they followed her to D.C., to our townhouse in D.C. 1266 00:55:18,040 --> 00:55:19,235 I see. 1267 00:55:28,800 --> 00:55:30,359 I'm so sorry. 1268 00:55:36,040 --> 00:55:39,829 The one thing I ever asked was that you don't embarrass me. 1269 00:55:45,200 --> 00:55:46,714 I feel so stupid. 1270 00:55:51,880 --> 00:55:53,712 Good. It sounds like you should. 1271 00:55:55,240 --> 00:55:57,038 Feel stupid for a while. 1272 00:56:01,520 --> 00:56:03,416 REPORTER: (ON TV) Military authorities in Fort Belvoir 1273 00:56:03,440 --> 00:56:05,096 have been searching all vehicles leaving 1274 00:56:05,120 --> 00:56:07,874 the compound tonight as they continue looking for 1275 00:56:08,480 --> 00:56:09,914 the reputed contract killer... 1276 00:56:10,360 --> 00:56:12,192 (BROADCAST CONTINUES INDISTINCTLY) 1277 00:56:14,720 --> 00:56:17,776 ...today, and Thursday, before a congressional panel 1278 00:56:17,800 --> 00:56:21,430 investigating the Iran-Contra Affair. He also conceded that... 1279 00:56:26,200 --> 00:56:27,634 (DIXON SIGHS) 1280 00:56:31,240 --> 00:56:32,720 DIXON: What's going on, Donna? 1281 00:56:35,320 --> 00:56:36,515 I don't know. 1282 00:56:38,840 --> 00:56:40,479 I just want to go home. 1283 00:56:42,600 --> 00:56:44,239 Can I go home now? 1284 00:56:46,320 --> 00:56:47,320 Soon. 1285 00:56:50,120 --> 00:56:51,520 I know you want to get home. 1286 00:56:54,880 --> 00:56:56,456 I don't belong here. 1287 00:56:56,480 --> 00:56:57,709 DIXON: Hmm. 1288 00:56:59,520 --> 00:57:02,638 I just need to get the facts. 1289 00:57:04,640 --> 00:57:06,836 Talk to Gary. Uh... 1290 00:57:07,840 --> 00:57:10,878 Gary's not a real big talker when it comes to 1291 00:57:12,240 --> 00:57:14,709 (SIGHS) this kind of thing. 1292 00:57:16,040 --> 00:57:17,736 I told you already. 1293 00:57:17,760 --> 00:57:18,830 DIXON: Uh-huh. 1294 00:57:23,320 --> 00:57:25,312 I wanted a job with the campaign. 1295 00:57:27,160 --> 00:57:28,753 B.B. arranged the interview. 1296 00:57:30,320 --> 00:57:31,436 "Interview." 1297 00:57:32,200 --> 00:57:34,556 You've worked in politics before, Donna? 1298 00:57:36,320 --> 00:57:39,313 No. I just wanted to work for Senator Hart. 1299 00:57:39,960 --> 00:57:41,416 Why's that? 1300 00:57:41,440 --> 00:57:43,557 I like his positions. 1301 00:57:46,160 --> 00:57:48,256 (DOOR OPENS) (FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING) 1302 00:57:48,280 --> 00:57:49,396 (DOOR CLOSES) 1303 00:57:59,720 --> 00:58:01,757 You think I'm some stupid bimbo. 1304 00:58:04,640 --> 00:58:06,791 I don't think anything. 1305 00:58:07,440 --> 00:58:09,496 I sell pharmaceuticals, you know? 1306 00:58:09,520 --> 00:58:10,749 Okay. 1307 00:58:10,880 --> 00:58:13,456 I was the top saleswoman in my district. 1308 00:58:13,480 --> 00:58:14,800 I don't doubt it. 1309 00:58:16,160 --> 00:58:18,072 I graduated Phi Beta Kappa. 1310 00:58:20,360 --> 00:58:22,816 I did all the things I was supposed to do 1311 00:58:22,840 --> 00:58:24,399 to make sure that men don't look at me 1312 00:58:24,520 --> 00:58:26,876 the way that you're looking at me right now. 1313 00:58:29,200 --> 00:58:30,429 (SIGHS) 1314 00:58:36,640 --> 00:58:38,154 I just want to go home. 1315 00:58:43,320 --> 00:58:45,312 Yeah, let's see how we're doing with that. 1316 00:58:53,840 --> 00:58:55,576 SHORE: The Herald piece just came across. 1317 00:58:55,600 --> 00:58:56,600 Jesus. Already? 1318 00:58:56,720 --> 00:58:58,518 Yeah, they didn't exactly wait for comment. 1319 00:58:59,160 --> 00:59:00,376 DIXON: Did Gary see it? 1320 00:59:00,400 --> 00:59:02,856 No. We sent him to Georgetown. Steve and Kitty's. 1321 00:59:02,880 --> 00:59:06,476 Yeah, who he should have gone to the fucking Derby with. 1322 00:59:07,520 --> 00:59:09,136 Okay. (SIGHS) 1323 00:59:09,160 --> 00:59:10,230 Let's go. 1324 00:59:12,160 --> 00:59:13,196 You're up. 1325 00:59:15,920 --> 00:59:17,752 It shouldn't take much. 1326 00:59:31,320 --> 00:59:32,800 Presidential candidate Gary Hart 1327 00:59:32,920 --> 00:59:35,376 has dismissed allegations he's a womanizer, 1328 00:59:35,400 --> 00:59:38,216 challenging reporters to follow him around. 1329 00:59:38,240 --> 00:59:41,416 Well, this weekend, the Miami Herald did just that. 1330 00:59:41,440 --> 00:59:43,376 They're using my quote. BRADLEE: Congratulations. 1331 00:59:43,400 --> 00:59:45,456 It's completely out of context. DEVROY: What context? 1332 00:59:45,480 --> 00:59:47,656 The only context is the idiot says, "Follow me around," 1333 00:59:47,680 --> 00:59:49,256 and then goes and fucks his mistress. 1334 00:59:49,280 --> 00:59:51,296 It was a throwaway line. They're using it after the fact 1335 00:59:51,320 --> 00:59:52,976 to justify their tabloid bullshit. 1336 00:59:53,000 --> 00:59:54,976 Would we have staked him out? No. 1337 00:59:55,000 --> 00:59:56,856 If we knew about the girl? PARKER: I hope not. 1338 00:59:56,880 --> 00:59:58,096 So you get to decide what... 1339 00:59:58,120 --> 00:59:59,880 BRADLEE: All right, all right, that's enough. 1340 01:00:00,120 --> 01:00:01,474 Just covering their asses. 1341 01:00:02,600 --> 01:00:03,750 I swear this is true. 1342 01:00:04,280 --> 01:00:06,256 New Year's Eve after Jack died, 1343 01:00:06,280 --> 01:00:08,536 Lyndon Johnson sits down with a whole bunch of us, 1344 01:00:08,560 --> 01:00:11,336 pulls us in close and says, "Boys, you're gonna see 1345 01:00:11,360 --> 01:00:14,096 "a whole lot of women coming in and out of my hotel suites. 1346 01:00:14,120 --> 01:00:17,033 "I want you to pay us the same courtesy you did Jack." 1347 01:00:17,480 --> 01:00:18,630 And we did. 1348 01:00:19,400 --> 01:00:21,016 Different time, Ben. KAISER: Yeah, but why? 1349 01:00:21,040 --> 01:00:22,816 I mean, who decides that? 1350 01:00:22,840 --> 01:00:23,910 The readers. 1351 01:00:25,040 --> 01:00:27,696 And if the readers want to see the candidates naked? 1352 01:00:27,720 --> 01:00:29,576 BRODER: Well, that's one kind of measuring contest. 1353 01:00:29,600 --> 01:00:30,936 Has anyone seen Hart? 1354 01:00:30,960 --> 01:00:32,496 PARKER: No, he's gone into hiding. 1355 01:00:32,520 --> 01:00:33,696 Sweeney won't tell me where. 1356 01:00:33,720 --> 01:00:35,816 He's got a big econ speech Tuesday in New York 1357 01:00:35,840 --> 01:00:37,672 with the Newspaper Association. 1358 01:00:38,000 --> 01:00:39,753 The publishers. BRADLEE: All right. 1359 01:00:40,280 --> 01:00:42,256 Suppose we start with something small. 1360 01:00:42,280 --> 01:00:46,638 Write up a story from the wires about the Herald's little exposé. 1361 01:00:47,720 --> 01:00:50,696 Are we going after Hart or the Herald? (KAISER CHUCKLES) 1362 01:00:50,720 --> 01:00:52,296 (ON TV) When Americans choose presidents, 1363 01:00:52,320 --> 01:00:54,016 personal character traits are important, 1364 01:00:54,040 --> 01:00:55,696 and most candidates agree they should be. 1365 01:00:55,720 --> 01:00:57,552 (GRINDING) 1366 01:01:03,400 --> 01:01:05,392 (TRUCK'S BACKUP ALARM BEEPING) 1367 01:01:09,200 --> 01:01:10,696 (GRINDING STOPS) 1368 01:01:10,720 --> 01:01:12,552 (QUIET CHATTER) 1369 01:01:21,320 --> 01:01:22,720 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1370 01:01:33,120 --> 01:01:35,157 (MECHANICAL WHIRRING) 1371 01:01:44,240 --> 01:01:46,072 Mom, what's going on? 1372 01:01:50,280 --> 01:01:51,919 (PHONE RINGING) (CAMERAS CLICKING) 1373 01:01:52,800 --> 01:01:56,576 Maureen, listen to what I'm telling you. They were hiding in the bushes, okay? 1374 01:01:56,600 --> 01:01:59,877 Like fucking scavengers. Is that journalism? 1375 01:02:01,680 --> 01:02:02,716 Right. 1376 01:02:06,600 --> 01:02:08,616 I've got Mrs. Hart on line five. 1377 01:02:08,640 --> 01:02:10,216 Maureen, listen, I got to go, okay? 1378 01:02:10,240 --> 01:02:12,736 But do me a favor and remind your editors 1379 01:02:12,760 --> 01:02:14,736 that they run The New York fucking Times! 1380 01:02:14,760 --> 01:02:16,911 Okay? And not Us Weekly. 1381 01:02:17,200 --> 01:02:19,237 Oh, that's funny. You're hilarious. 1382 01:02:22,120 --> 01:02:23,315 You don't think he... 1383 01:02:27,080 --> 01:02:28,216 You got a car? 1384 01:02:28,240 --> 01:02:30,336 Uh, no, sir. 1385 01:02:30,360 --> 01:02:31,589 (KEYS JINGLING) 1386 01:02:37,080 --> 01:02:38,150 SWEENEY: Mrs. Hart. 1387 01:02:54,280 --> 01:02:55,680 (QUIET CHATTER) 1388 01:02:57,800 --> 01:02:59,120 (CAMERAS CLICKING) 1389 01:03:01,760 --> 01:03:03,336 Who are you? Uh, I'm sorry. 1390 01:03:03,360 --> 01:03:04,616 I've got no comment. 1391 01:03:04,640 --> 01:03:06,336 Are you with the Hart campaign? I'm sorry. I've got no comment. 1392 01:03:06,360 --> 01:03:08,136 Is Lee coming out? Will there be a statement? 1393 01:03:08,160 --> 01:03:09,376 I really don't know. I'm sorry. 1394 01:03:09,400 --> 01:03:10,976 Do you just have time for one question? Have you had 1395 01:03:11,000 --> 01:03:12,416 any conversations with her? How are you, young man? 1396 01:03:12,440 --> 01:03:14,193 Steve Dunleavy, A Current Affair. 1397 01:03:14,320 --> 01:03:16,456 "A Current Affair"? Who are you going to see in there? 1398 01:03:16,480 --> 01:03:18,096 You bringing a message from Gary? I don't... I got... 1399 01:03:18,120 --> 01:03:19,576 I gotta go. Please! Can you just give us a statement 1400 01:03:19,600 --> 01:03:21,256 before you go in? Tell me your role in the Hart campaign. 1401 01:03:21,280 --> 01:03:22,456 MAN: You just come to keep her company? 1402 01:03:22,480 --> 01:03:24,576 WOMAN: Can you just bring Lee out? Just make one statement for us. 1403 01:03:24,600 --> 01:03:26,936 Have you talked to her? MAN: The kid's in there. 1404 01:03:26,960 --> 01:03:28,456 WOMAN: What an asshole. 1405 01:03:28,480 --> 01:03:29,550 (TAPPING ON GLASS) 1406 01:03:30,960 --> 01:03:32,394 (FOOTSTEPS APPROACHING) 1407 01:03:34,680 --> 01:03:35,955 Joe Trippi, ma'am. 1408 01:03:36,080 --> 01:03:37,639 We met with the campaign. 1409 01:03:37,840 --> 01:03:38,876 I'm, uh... 1410 01:03:40,040 --> 01:03:41,440 (STAMMERS) I'm here to help. 1411 01:03:41,720 --> 01:03:42,915 (SIGHS) 1412 01:03:44,200 --> 01:03:45,520 (REPORTERS CLAMORING IN DISTANCE) 1413 01:03:46,080 --> 01:03:47,230 Okay. 1414 01:03:48,440 --> 01:03:49,936 What's your plan? 1415 01:03:49,960 --> 01:03:51,360 (SIGHS) Um... 1416 01:03:55,120 --> 01:03:58,397 So, it's really just a pretty simple stacking game. 1417 01:03:58,560 --> 01:04:00,791 I used to play it with my grandfather. 1418 01:04:02,120 --> 01:04:04,016 Everybody gets seven cards. 1419 01:04:04,040 --> 01:04:05,838 So, one, two... 1420 01:04:08,600 --> 01:04:10,193 IRENE: Sure you don't want some? 1421 01:04:11,600 --> 01:04:12,816 Tea? 1422 01:04:12,840 --> 01:04:13,936 Yeah. 1423 01:04:13,960 --> 01:04:15,633 Can you make a hot tea? 1424 01:04:17,960 --> 01:04:19,336 BROADHURST: What's... (SIGHS) 1425 01:04:19,360 --> 01:04:20,510 Yes, ma'am. 1426 01:04:25,760 --> 01:04:27,797 Why were they interrogating me? 1427 01:04:28,960 --> 01:04:31,056 The standard practice for... 1428 01:04:31,080 --> 01:04:32,116 Um... 1429 01:04:32,360 --> 01:04:37,310 Is to get all the damaging facts out yourself, if there are any. 1430 01:04:38,560 --> 01:04:41,155 So, that way, it doesn't look like you're hiding. 1431 01:04:42,600 --> 01:04:44,432 But they'll leave me out of it? 1432 01:04:45,920 --> 01:04:48,674 My parents won't hear about any of this, will they? 1433 01:04:53,560 --> 01:04:54,960 We know what we're doing. 1434 01:05:03,640 --> 01:05:06,997 B.B. did say that you might have a job for me. 1435 01:05:07,840 --> 01:05:08,910 Fundraising? 1436 01:05:10,320 --> 01:05:12,391 I graduated magna cum laude. 1437 01:05:13,280 --> 01:05:14,714 That's impressive. 1438 01:05:17,360 --> 01:05:19,477 Do you believe it, about a job? 1439 01:05:20,840 --> 01:05:22,479 You sound very qualified. 1440 01:05:24,240 --> 01:05:25,594 Yeah, well, 1441 01:05:26,960 --> 01:05:30,192 when you're a model, you know, people just assume. 1442 01:05:31,440 --> 01:05:32,920 That you can't be smart. 1443 01:05:34,880 --> 01:05:36,030 Yeah. 1444 01:05:36,160 --> 01:05:38,216 I don't have that problem. 1445 01:05:38,240 --> 01:05:40,336 No, I wasn't comparing. (CHUCKLING) I'm kidding. 1446 01:05:40,360 --> 01:05:43,114 I mean, I don't have that problem. 1447 01:05:43,280 --> 01:05:44,350 Um... 1448 01:05:46,240 --> 01:05:47,594 But I get why you do. 1449 01:05:49,200 --> 01:05:51,237 BROADHURST: You want some honey in that, honey? 1450 01:05:54,200 --> 01:05:55,600 Southern Comfort. 1451 01:05:58,160 --> 01:06:01,416 BROADHURST: Well, we'll throw a little fire in there. 1452 01:06:01,440 --> 01:06:02,669 (IRENE CHUCKLES) 1453 01:06:03,640 --> 01:06:04,696 HART: We can't leave unskilled workers 1454 01:06:04,720 --> 01:06:07,216 wondering what happens to them and their families. 1455 01:06:07,240 --> 01:06:09,856 I mean, when they hear the word "technology," they, uh... 1456 01:06:09,880 --> 01:06:12,056 They think you're taking away their job, so move that up. 1457 01:06:12,080 --> 01:06:14,675 Hey. How are you holding up? 1458 01:06:15,120 --> 01:06:16,456 HART: You know, we have to, uh... 1459 01:06:16,480 --> 01:06:18,416 When we talk about a digitized economy, 1460 01:06:18,440 --> 01:06:20,716 we have to talk more about equality of opportunity. 1461 01:06:22,080 --> 01:06:25,152 Gary, we can't hide from this. 1462 01:06:25,680 --> 01:06:27,176 Who's hiding? I'm working. 1463 01:06:27,200 --> 01:06:28,998 We... We need to say something. 1464 01:06:29,520 --> 01:06:31,976 I've already spoken to the person that matters. 1465 01:06:32,000 --> 01:06:34,056 There are stories being written right now. 1466 01:06:34,080 --> 01:06:35,456 It's gossip, Dix. It'll blow over. 1467 01:06:35,480 --> 01:06:38,216 I don't think it's gonna "blow over." 1468 01:06:38,240 --> 01:06:41,056 We... We need to go through some things. 1469 01:06:41,080 --> 01:06:43,256 Now. Like this boat cruise I'm hearing about, for one. 1470 01:06:43,280 --> 01:06:44,336 Do you think they completely missed 1471 01:06:44,360 --> 01:06:46,216 the back door of the townhouse? Bimini? 1472 01:06:46,240 --> 01:06:47,736 DIXON: I mean, I know... It's not in the piece. 1473 01:06:47,760 --> 01:06:48,816 STRATTON: If they don't have her leaving... 1474 01:06:48,840 --> 01:06:49,936 So? WILSON: Yeah, no, exactly. 1475 01:06:49,960 --> 01:06:51,096 I mean, without the back door, 1476 01:06:51,120 --> 01:06:52,816 the entire article amounts... Gary, I mean, the whole... 1477 01:06:52,840 --> 01:06:53,896 ...to, yeah, garbage. 1478 01:06:53,920 --> 01:06:57,550 That whole trip... Bimini and Billy fucking Broadhurst. 1479 01:06:58,280 --> 01:06:59,555 God. Forget the back door. 1480 01:07:00,280 --> 01:07:01,856 The point is, it's nobody's goddamn business. 1481 01:07:01,880 --> 01:07:03,256 None of it is. 1482 01:07:03,280 --> 01:07:05,056 Right? They shouldn't have been there, period. 1483 01:07:05,080 --> 01:07:06,440 Now, if we could all just move on. 1484 01:07:07,200 --> 01:07:10,256 The... Yeah, that's what we're trying to do. 1485 01:07:10,280 --> 01:07:13,056 I mean, I've been doing this for 20 years. So have you. 1486 01:07:13,080 --> 01:07:14,856 The public doesn't care about this crap. 1487 01:07:14,880 --> 01:07:16,176 They won't stand for it. 1488 01:07:16,200 --> 01:07:17,456 They won't. (SIGHS) I don't know. It... 1489 01:07:17,480 --> 01:07:19,119 You know, it's not '72. 1490 01:07:19,560 --> 01:07:22,016 It's not even '82. It's different now. 1491 01:07:22,040 --> 01:07:23,336 It's not different. I wish it wasn't. 1492 01:07:23,360 --> 01:07:24,476 It is, and... (STAMMERS) 1493 01:07:24,600 --> 01:07:26,016 (SIGHS) And I don't understand why, 1494 01:07:26,040 --> 01:07:29,296 but we have to figure out how we're gonna respond to this story. 1495 01:07:29,320 --> 01:07:30,913 We're not... There is no story. 1496 01:07:31,960 --> 01:07:33,976 They can write all this crap all they want. 1497 01:07:34,000 --> 01:07:36,913 They will not earn the dignity of my response. 1498 01:07:37,360 --> 01:07:39,556 (SCOFFS) Jesus, Gary. What about us? 1499 01:07:40,400 --> 01:07:41,976 Do we deserve a response? 1500 01:07:42,000 --> 01:07:44,356 About this? DIXON: Yeah. 1501 01:07:45,360 --> 01:07:46,360 No. 1502 01:07:47,480 --> 01:07:49,096 Are you... Are you kidding me? 1503 01:07:49,120 --> 01:07:52,496 I got 100 kids unpacking boxes in Denver right now 1504 01:07:52,520 --> 01:07:55,718 because we told them you would do what it takes to win this thing. 1505 01:07:55,840 --> 01:07:56,910 I told them. 1506 01:07:57,360 --> 01:07:58,616 The best and the brightest. 1507 01:07:58,640 --> 01:08:01,336 They left jobs. They left their families. 1508 01:08:01,360 --> 01:08:03,416 People are sacrificing for you. 1509 01:08:03,440 --> 01:08:04,736 And I'm not sacrificing? 1510 01:08:04,760 --> 01:08:07,576 What, should I sacrifice my privacy, Bill? 1511 01:08:07,600 --> 01:08:09,656 My self-respect? Hmm? 1512 01:08:09,680 --> 01:08:11,296 And it won't just be me that gets dragged down. 1513 01:08:11,320 --> 01:08:12,576 None of those kids you're talking about 1514 01:08:12,600 --> 01:08:14,536 will work another campaign where some candidate 1515 01:08:14,560 --> 01:08:16,456 doesn't have to account for who comes and goes 1516 01:08:16,480 --> 01:08:18,856 from their bedroom, and that is just the beginning. 1517 01:08:18,880 --> 01:08:20,536 Okay, okay, but we're not... We're not talking 1518 01:08:20,560 --> 01:08:22,456 about that right now. I am talking about that. 1519 01:08:22,480 --> 01:08:25,576 No, no. We're talking about how you get through today 1520 01:08:25,600 --> 01:08:27,456 without pissing away everything we've all worked for 1521 01:08:27,480 --> 01:08:28,896 on this campaign! HART: No, Bill. 1522 01:08:28,920 --> 01:08:32,816 This campaign is about the future, not rumors, not sleaze, 1523 01:08:32,840 --> 01:08:35,416 and I care about the sanctity of this process, 1524 01:08:35,440 --> 01:08:37,159 whether you do or do not! 1525 01:08:54,320 --> 01:08:56,915 I want to reexamine this language on page 17. 1526 01:08:57,680 --> 01:08:58,909 "It's not," uh... 1527 01:09:00,360 --> 01:09:03,096 Here it is. "It's not just the specter of a trade war I worry about, 1528 01:09:03,120 --> 01:09:04,952 "it's our loss of influence globally." 1529 01:09:18,720 --> 01:09:20,154 I saw a bar. 1530 01:09:21,200 --> 01:09:23,496 (LAUGHING) That's my one time in Miami. 1531 01:09:23,520 --> 01:09:25,456 Shit-faced, lost, bumming a ride 1532 01:09:25,480 --> 01:09:28,136 off some lecherous guy I knew I'd never see again. 1533 01:09:28,160 --> 01:09:29,160 Thank you. 1534 01:09:29,760 --> 01:09:31,056 Guys in Miami are... 1535 01:09:31,080 --> 01:09:32,176 Thank you. 1536 01:09:32,200 --> 01:09:34,096 Well, one of my ex-boyfriends... Mmm-hmm. 1537 01:09:34,120 --> 01:09:36,536 ...had his car repo'd while we were at the movies. 1538 01:09:36,560 --> 01:09:38,153 (BOTH LAUGH) 1539 01:09:38,360 --> 01:09:40,376 Seriously? Mmm-hmm. Mmm. 1540 01:09:40,400 --> 01:09:43,976 Oh, and another one is in jail for selling cocaine. 1541 01:09:44,000 --> 01:09:45,992 Wow, that's classy. Yeah. 1542 01:09:46,600 --> 01:09:48,432 Even my mom doesn't know about that one. 1543 01:09:51,480 --> 01:09:52,994 Gary is so different. 1544 01:09:56,920 --> 01:09:57,956 How so? 1545 01:09:59,960 --> 01:10:03,032 I feel like I can just be quiet with him. 1546 01:10:04,360 --> 01:10:05,510 Myself. 1547 01:10:07,040 --> 01:10:08,856 You ever have that feeling? 1548 01:10:08,880 --> 01:10:10,075 (SIGHS) 1549 01:10:12,920 --> 01:10:13,990 Yeah. 1550 01:10:14,520 --> 01:10:16,910 I'm sorry you got caught up in this, Donna. 1551 01:10:18,720 --> 01:10:22,031 This whole world we're in, 1552 01:10:24,440 --> 01:10:26,511 none of it's making sense right now. 1553 01:10:28,480 --> 01:10:29,516 You have to be smart. 1554 01:10:30,880 --> 01:10:32,200 Well, you are. 1555 01:10:34,400 --> 01:10:35,595 Thank you. 1556 01:10:37,320 --> 01:10:39,960 I mean, coming from someone like you... 1557 01:10:41,400 --> 01:10:42,675 Look at where you are. 1558 01:10:51,400 --> 01:10:54,176 If she swears it was a job interview, 1559 01:10:54,200 --> 01:10:56,556 that has to mean something. Right? 1560 01:10:58,320 --> 01:11:00,357 I've known Gary a long time. 1561 01:11:02,560 --> 01:11:06,056 In, uh, '84, we were at a hotel. 1562 01:11:06,080 --> 01:11:08,117 I forget which one. Doesn't matter. 1563 01:11:08,240 --> 01:11:10,456 There was Gary and me and Warren Beatty. 1564 01:11:10,480 --> 01:11:11,976 And Gary's wigging out 1565 01:11:12,000 --> 01:11:14,720 because he might actually win the thing, you know? 1566 01:11:15,360 --> 01:11:17,670 He starts grilling the Secret Service guys. 1567 01:11:18,200 --> 01:11:21,536 "If I'm president and I want to fly to Boulder for the day 1568 01:11:21,560 --> 01:11:24,336 "and shop for used books with my kids, how about that? 1569 01:11:24,360 --> 01:11:25,874 "What about my private time?" 1570 01:11:26,520 --> 01:11:29,957 And Warren says, "Gary, you're not getting it. 1571 01:11:30,080 --> 01:11:31,896 "There is no privacy. 1572 01:11:31,920 --> 01:11:34,116 "The cameras go everywhere now." 1573 01:11:34,440 --> 01:11:37,239 (HORN HONKS) And Gary was, like, confounded. 1574 01:11:38,800 --> 01:11:42,271 He says, "Well, that's... That's Hollywood, Warren. 1575 01:11:42,400 --> 01:11:45,074 "That's the paparazzi. That's not politics." 1576 01:11:48,280 --> 01:11:49,350 He's right, isn't he? 1577 01:11:52,680 --> 01:11:54,433 I don't know. Is he? 1578 01:11:59,400 --> 01:12:00,800 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1579 01:12:04,320 --> 01:12:07,016 JOHNNY CARSON: (ON TV) NBC announced Shelley Long's replacement 1580 01:12:07,040 --> 01:12:09,136 on Cheers for next season. 1581 01:12:09,160 --> 01:12:10,296 Tammy Bakker. 1582 01:12:10,320 --> 01:12:12,152 (AUDIENCE LAUGHING ON TV) 1583 01:12:13,280 --> 01:12:14,656 Are we just spinning our wheels? 1584 01:12:14,680 --> 01:12:17,115 I mean, when do we know we're dead? 1585 01:12:17,840 --> 01:12:19,069 CARSON: Poor Gary Hart. 1586 01:12:19,400 --> 01:12:20,834 (AUDIENCE LAUGHING ON TV) 1587 01:12:23,440 --> 01:12:26,160 Here's a man who's running for the presidency of the United States. 1588 01:12:26,400 --> 01:12:27,816 Now, the day before yesterday, 1589 01:12:27,840 --> 01:12:29,696 somebody asked him what the name of the boat was, 1590 01:12:29,720 --> 01:12:31,200 and they didn't seem to remember. 1591 01:12:31,640 --> 01:12:33,976 Well... (AUDIENCE LAUGHING) 1592 01:12:34,000 --> 01:12:36,776 I can see why they wouldn't want to remember. 1593 01:12:36,800 --> 01:12:39,656 The name of the boat was Monkey Business. 1594 01:12:39,680 --> 01:12:40,796 (AUDIENCE LAUGHING) 1595 01:12:44,400 --> 01:12:45,959 Now, here's what I don't figure out. 1596 01:12:46,480 --> 01:12:48,616 You're running for the highest office in the land, 1597 01:12:48,640 --> 01:12:51,136 you're going to take a little trip to Bimini 1598 01:12:51,160 --> 01:12:53,231 with a couple of ladies... 1599 01:12:53,360 --> 01:12:55,416 (AUDIENCE LAUGHING) 1600 01:12:55,440 --> 01:12:57,636 ...and you're gonna go down and charter a boat. 1601 01:12:58,240 --> 01:13:01,336 Now, of all the boat names that are out there, 1602 01:13:01,360 --> 01:13:02,680 like Mother, 1603 01:13:04,120 --> 01:13:05,713 or Mother Teresa, 1604 01:13:06,600 --> 01:13:08,239 you hire a boat called Monkey Business? 1605 01:13:08,360 --> 01:13:10,477 That's not good thinking. 1606 01:13:11,360 --> 01:13:14,034 Nobody knows what... What happened on the boat, 1607 01:13:14,160 --> 01:13:16,536 but I understand the whales were watching them. 1608 01:13:16,560 --> 01:13:19,473 (AUDIENCE LAUGHING AND APPLAUDING) 1609 01:13:24,640 --> 01:13:26,632 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1610 01:13:29,400 --> 01:13:30,834 (BIRDS CHIRPING) 1611 01:13:32,320 --> 01:13:34,312 (PIANO PLAYING LIVELY TUNE) 1612 01:13:43,800 --> 01:13:45,056 (EXHALES) 1613 01:13:45,080 --> 01:13:46,878 (PIANO MUSIC CONTINUES) 1614 01:13:51,440 --> 01:13:53,432 (PHONE RINGING) 1615 01:14:05,280 --> 01:14:06,555 (RINGING CONTINUES) 1616 01:14:11,640 --> 01:14:12,676 You... 1617 01:14:14,440 --> 01:14:16,432 (RINGING CONTINUES) 1618 01:14:21,000 --> 01:14:23,640 You can, uh, take that off the hook. 1619 01:14:25,160 --> 01:14:26,719 Jesse Jackson called. 1620 01:14:27,800 --> 01:14:28,896 Really? 1621 01:14:28,920 --> 01:14:30,912 Yeah, he told me to keep my chin up. 1622 01:14:33,480 --> 01:14:34,550 He's a lovely man. 1623 01:14:35,520 --> 01:14:36,556 Strange. 1624 01:14:37,760 --> 01:14:40,320 (SIGHING) Oh, man. 1625 01:14:43,280 --> 01:14:45,376 Oh, these people. 1626 01:14:45,400 --> 01:14:48,176 These people want to feel outrage for me, 1627 01:14:48,200 --> 01:14:50,078 but it doesn't belong to them. 1628 01:14:51,840 --> 01:14:55,720 Um... Won't be easy getting out of that gate. 1629 01:14:56,400 --> 01:14:57,456 LEE: I know. 1630 01:14:57,480 --> 01:14:58,960 We'll have to figure it out. 1631 01:15:02,960 --> 01:15:05,714 I think I'll be ready to fly soon. 1632 01:15:07,040 --> 01:15:08,040 What? 1633 01:15:08,720 --> 01:15:10,200 I need to see my husband. 1634 01:15:13,120 --> 01:15:14,873 Mom, seriously? 1635 01:15:17,640 --> 01:15:22,032 I have spent 30 years of my life with your father. 1636 01:15:23,760 --> 01:15:27,754 I have made many allowances. 1637 01:15:34,280 --> 01:15:36,397 What, you think I should feel humiliated? 1638 01:15:41,640 --> 01:15:44,616 Feelings that simple are a privilege of being young. 1639 01:15:44,640 --> 01:15:46,359 You need to let him deal with this, Mom. 1640 01:15:46,520 --> 01:15:49,136 Oh, he will. He will. 1641 01:15:49,160 --> 01:15:50,992 (PHONE RINGING) 1642 01:15:57,680 --> 01:15:59,080 (HORNS HONKING) 1643 01:16:08,680 --> 01:16:10,176 HART: Rusting industrial base. 1644 01:16:10,200 --> 01:16:12,192 Deteriorating public infrastructure. 1645 01:16:12,560 --> 01:16:14,416 Declining system of public education. 1646 01:16:14,440 --> 01:16:17,016 Astounding accumulation of public and private debt. 1647 01:16:17,040 --> 01:16:18,296 The 49th Street entrance? No, we're going here. 1648 01:16:18,320 --> 01:16:19,816 Why are we going in here? Because the front's worse. 1649 01:16:19,840 --> 01:16:20,896 Tenth is jammed. 1650 01:16:20,920 --> 01:16:22,176 Mike, how do you want to go in right here? 1651 01:16:22,200 --> 01:16:23,256 Has Dix seen what they've got? SHORE: Are you serious? 1652 01:16:23,280 --> 01:16:24,456 Billy. (LOUD THUMP) 1653 01:16:24,480 --> 01:16:25,616 STRATTON: Jesus Christ! (REPORTERS CLAMORING) 1654 01:16:25,640 --> 01:16:27,376 Are you fucking kidding me? REPORTER: Senator Hart! 1655 01:16:27,400 --> 01:16:29,736 (CLAMORING CONTINUES) 1656 01:16:29,760 --> 01:16:30,816 STRATTON: Go, go. Drive. 1657 01:16:30,840 --> 01:16:32,016 Where am I gonna go? Go around front. 1658 01:16:32,040 --> 01:16:33,416 I'm afraid I might kill somebody. Go around front. 1659 01:16:33,440 --> 01:16:34,496 STRATTON: Jesus. 1660 01:16:34,520 --> 01:16:36,136 MAN: Please open the door! 1661 01:16:36,160 --> 01:16:37,616 (CLAMORING CONTINUES) Come on. 1662 01:16:37,640 --> 01:16:39,296 REPORTER: Mr. Hart, are you dropping out? 1663 01:16:39,320 --> 01:16:41,256 MAN: Gotta go. Let's go. 1664 01:16:41,280 --> 01:16:43,078 (CLAMORING CONTINUES) 1665 01:16:44,600 --> 01:16:46,876 REPORTER: How can the American people trust you? 1666 01:16:53,560 --> 01:16:54,994 (CLAMORING STOPS) 1667 01:17:04,160 --> 01:17:05,992 (CROWD MURMURING QUIETLY) 1668 01:17:08,680 --> 01:17:09,875 (DOLE SIGHS) 1669 01:17:11,840 --> 01:17:14,896 So, how was your weekend, Gary? 1670 01:17:14,920 --> 01:17:15,956 (HART CHUCKLES) 1671 01:17:17,520 --> 01:17:19,591 Is that Tom? Huh? 1672 01:17:20,120 --> 01:17:22,376 HART: Brokaw? Is that Brokaw here? 1673 01:17:22,400 --> 01:17:25,216 Guess they're really curious about your economics plan. 1674 01:17:25,240 --> 01:17:26,310 (HART SCOFFS) 1675 01:17:27,720 --> 01:17:29,120 Hell of a deal, Gary. 1676 01:17:30,440 --> 01:17:31,635 Hell of a deal. 1677 01:17:32,200 --> 01:17:33,600 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1678 01:17:37,560 --> 01:17:40,234 DOLE: Hmm. WILSON: Senator Hart? Sir. 1679 01:17:41,240 --> 01:17:42,496 Yeah. Latest revisions, sir. 1680 01:17:42,520 --> 01:17:44,056 Pen. WILSON: Sorry? 1681 01:17:44,080 --> 01:17:45,673 You got a pen? 1682 01:17:51,280 --> 01:17:52,509 (SIGHS) 1683 01:17:54,000 --> 01:17:55,296 He's making changes. 1684 01:17:55,320 --> 01:17:56,816 Changes on the changes? Uh-huh. 1685 01:17:56,840 --> 01:17:58,672 EMCEE: Okay, I believe we are ready to begin. 1686 01:17:59,480 --> 01:18:01,199 On Sunday, at Ellis Island, we heard from 1687 01:18:01,320 --> 01:18:03,152 the current president of the United States. 1688 01:18:04,240 --> 01:18:08,234 Tomorrow, right here, a former president will speak. 1689 01:18:09,400 --> 01:18:10,456 Today... If he's here, 1690 01:18:10,480 --> 01:18:11,536 who's rummaging through our trash? 1691 01:18:11,560 --> 01:18:13,136 ...we offer you two men who, by their own admission 1692 01:18:13,160 --> 01:18:16,949 and by the urgings of others, would like to become president. 1693 01:18:17,240 --> 01:18:18,879 STRATTON: Kid's a fucking retard. 1694 01:18:19,280 --> 01:18:20,696 Ken, we're losing the senator's eyes. 1695 01:18:20,720 --> 01:18:22,056 What? They're lost in the shadows. 1696 01:18:22,080 --> 01:18:23,536 You can't see his eyes. I'm not worried 1697 01:18:23,560 --> 01:18:24,840 about seeing his eyes right now. 1698 01:18:25,200 --> 01:18:26,873 EMCEE: Please welcome our first speaker, 1699 01:18:27,000 --> 01:18:30,976 from the state of Colorado, Senator Gary Hart. 1700 01:18:31,000 --> 01:18:32,400 (APPLAUSE) 1701 01:18:33,720 --> 01:18:34,915 (CLEARS THROAT) 1702 01:18:38,280 --> 01:18:39,760 Good afternoon. Thank you. 1703 01:18:40,760 --> 01:18:45,676 I, uh... I came here today to talk to you about America's future. 1704 01:18:46,880 --> 01:18:49,520 That is what my campaign is and... (BELL DINGS) 1705 01:18:50,400 --> 01:18:51,896 And ought to be about. 1706 01:18:51,920 --> 01:18:53,115 Uh... 1707 01:18:53,400 --> 01:18:54,456 But with your permission, 1708 01:18:54,480 --> 01:18:56,656 I'd like to address the events of the past few days, 1709 01:18:56,680 --> 01:18:59,957 which you, no doubt, have been discussing amongst yourselves. 1710 01:19:03,080 --> 01:19:07,216 Last weekend, a newspaper published a misleading story 1711 01:19:07,240 --> 01:19:09,232 that hurt my family 1712 01:19:10,000 --> 01:19:12,356 and reflected badly upon my character. 1713 01:19:12,760 --> 01:19:15,016 The story was written by journalists 1714 01:19:15,040 --> 01:19:18,317 who, by their own admission, undertook a spotty surveillance. 1715 01:19:18,440 --> 01:19:20,080 (QUIETLY) Jesus Christ. Man the lifeboats. 1716 01:19:21,680 --> 01:19:22,909 Sorry, what was that? 1717 01:19:24,120 --> 01:19:25,536 MARTINDALE: Uh, you're doing great, Senator. 1718 01:19:25,560 --> 01:19:27,936 Is there something you'd like to ask me, or does the Miami Herald 1719 01:19:27,960 --> 01:19:29,816 prefer to chat in alleyways? Fuck. What do we do? 1720 01:19:29,840 --> 01:19:31,376 I can yell, "Fire." He's got this. 1721 01:19:31,400 --> 01:19:33,096 This is not a story about the Miami Herald, Senator. 1722 01:19:33,120 --> 01:19:34,296 It's a story about 1723 01:19:34,320 --> 01:19:35,776 Gary Hart's judgment. Right, sorry. 1724 01:19:35,800 --> 01:19:38,576 Can we... Is it possible to get Mr. Martindale a microphone? 1725 01:19:38,600 --> 01:19:40,216 MARTINDALE: That's okay. It's not necessary. 1726 01:19:40,240 --> 01:19:42,616 HART: I think it is. I'm pretty sure people would love to hear. 1727 01:19:42,640 --> 01:19:45,155 Thank you. Oh, look, a microphone. 1728 01:19:45,480 --> 01:19:50,256 Yes. Yes, we stand by the essential correctness of our story. 1729 01:19:50,280 --> 01:19:53,056 "The..." I'm sorry, "the essential correctness"? 1730 01:19:53,080 --> 01:19:54,753 (LAUGHTER) 1731 01:19:54,960 --> 01:19:57,395 MARTINDALE: Yes. This is a story about a married man 1732 01:19:57,520 --> 01:20:00,115 who spent a little too much time with an unmarried woman. 1733 01:20:01,400 --> 01:20:03,016 We didn't speculate as to what went on, of course. 1734 01:20:03,040 --> 01:20:05,216 If I may, it was because you simply don't know, 1735 01:20:05,240 --> 01:20:07,550 despite hiding in the bushes outside my home. 1736 01:20:14,480 --> 01:20:16,016 Well, we certainly know that you made 1737 01:20:16,040 --> 01:20:18,336 several calls to Donna Rice on the campaign trail. 1738 01:20:18,360 --> 01:20:19,656 Jesus. Oh, my God. 1739 01:20:19,680 --> 01:20:21,696 We know she was seen leaving your townhouse in Washington. 1740 01:20:21,720 --> 01:20:24,056 Was she leaving or not? Because, in your story, 1741 01:20:24,080 --> 01:20:27,312 you said she didn't leave my home, and now you're saying she did. 1742 01:20:28,280 --> 01:20:30,216 Right. Well, when we interviewed you... 1743 01:20:30,240 --> 01:20:33,176 No, your newsmen accosted me in my alleyway. 1744 01:20:33,200 --> 01:20:34,696 Listen, with all due respect... 1745 01:20:34,720 --> 01:20:36,216 Well, it's a little late for respect, sir. 1746 01:20:36,240 --> 01:20:39,016 You ambushed me outside my home in the middle of the night 1747 01:20:39,040 --> 01:20:41,176 after putting me under some half-baked stakeout 1748 01:20:41,200 --> 01:20:44,896 during which your reporters, your crack reporting team, 1749 01:20:44,920 --> 01:20:47,355 failed to realize that my home had a back door. 1750 01:20:47,600 --> 01:20:49,776 (CROWD MURMURING) A back door? 1751 01:20:49,800 --> 01:20:53,416 Sir, some surveillance is no better than zero surveillance. 1752 01:20:53,440 --> 01:20:54,440 In fact, it's worse. 1753 01:20:55,760 --> 01:20:59,816 MARTINDALE: Okay. Why don't you do your job, and we'll do ours? 1754 01:20:59,840 --> 01:21:01,496 Well, it would be a welcome change. 1755 01:21:01,520 --> 01:21:02,976 (LAUGHTER) 1756 01:21:03,000 --> 01:21:06,118 Now, if I may, I'd like to, uh... 1757 01:21:07,240 --> 01:21:09,630 I'd like to talk about something a little more exciting. 1758 01:21:10,680 --> 01:21:13,115 Economics. (LAUGHTER) 1759 01:21:13,760 --> 01:21:14,936 (WHISPERS) Got out of it. That's pretty good. That's good. 1760 01:21:14,960 --> 01:21:16,936 HART: Our challenges today, ladies and gentlemen, 1761 01:21:16,960 --> 01:21:18,736 are greater than they've been in over five decades. 1762 01:21:18,760 --> 01:21:20,816 Okay, so there's a driver downstairs waiting. 1763 01:21:20,840 --> 01:21:22,336 He'll take you wherever you need to go. Thank you. 1764 01:21:22,360 --> 01:21:24,080 And we've got a guy here in Miami. A lawyer. 1765 01:21:24,680 --> 01:21:26,056 I just want to... 1766 01:21:26,080 --> 01:21:27,680 Just let me give you his number. Really. 1767 01:21:29,920 --> 01:21:30,990 Thank you. 1768 01:21:35,320 --> 01:21:37,312 (ESCALATOR CLUNKING RHYTHMICALLY) 1769 01:21:50,560 --> 01:21:52,856 MAN: Donna. Donna. REPORTERS: Donna! 1770 01:21:52,880 --> 01:21:54,872 (REPORTERS CLAMORING) 1771 01:22:00,120 --> 01:22:01,554 (CLAMORING CONTINUES) 1772 01:22:04,120 --> 01:22:05,440 Are you and Gary in love? 1773 01:22:06,280 --> 01:22:07,816 Was your boyfriend a drug dealer? 1774 01:22:07,840 --> 01:22:09,240 Do you have ties to the drug trade? 1775 01:22:13,680 --> 01:22:14,976 REPORTER: (ON TV) Did he tell you that this was something 1776 01:22:15,000 --> 01:22:16,719 you should not get involved in? 1777 01:22:17,360 --> 01:22:19,352 DONNA: (ON TV) No. REPORTER: He didn't tell you, 1778 01:22:20,440 --> 01:22:22,576 Fawn or Miss Hall, whatever he called you, 1779 01:22:22,600 --> 01:22:25,376 to go home and "Don't worry about this"? 1780 01:22:25,400 --> 01:22:27,232 (CONTINUES SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY) 1781 01:22:35,920 --> 01:22:38,696 WOMAN: All right, this one's got turkey with cheese... 1782 01:22:38,720 --> 01:22:40,256 Back to New Hampshire. I'll take it. 1783 01:22:40,280 --> 01:22:41,376 Live free or die. 1784 01:22:41,400 --> 01:22:42,976 I wonder how many people pick "die." 1785 01:22:43,000 --> 01:22:45,256 Oh, um... Is there tuna salad? 1786 01:22:45,280 --> 01:22:46,714 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1787 01:22:48,240 --> 01:22:50,576 No, I didn't order that. Are you sure? 1788 01:22:50,600 --> 01:22:52,776 I stand by the essential correctness of my order. 1789 01:22:52,800 --> 01:22:55,056 Oh, the essential correctness? The essential correctness. 1790 01:22:55,080 --> 01:22:58,756 I can't, uh... I can't answer these questions anymore. It's just... 1791 01:23:00,960 --> 01:23:02,536 One more presser. 1792 01:23:02,560 --> 01:23:03,656 We let them ask whatever they want, 1793 01:23:03,680 --> 01:23:05,720 then we put it to bed, we get back to the big ideas. 1794 01:23:10,680 --> 01:23:12,776 TED KOPPEL: (ON TV) You have conceded that you weren't able to 1795 01:23:12,800 --> 01:23:14,896 watch the back of his townhouse 1796 01:23:14,920 --> 01:23:17,594 and that, therefore, the lady in question, 1797 01:23:17,720 --> 01:23:21,600 may have left when you thought she was still there. 1798 01:23:22,280 --> 01:23:23,714 (STAMMERING) Well, that's... 1799 01:23:24,080 --> 01:23:26,336 Mr. Koppel, uh... Ted... 1800 01:23:26,360 --> 01:23:29,176 If we're conceding that we're not as good as the FBI 1801 01:23:29,200 --> 01:23:30,496 at conducting surveillance, 1802 01:23:30,520 --> 01:23:32,376 then I think we have no problem agreeing to that. 1803 01:23:32,400 --> 01:23:35,056 That's kind of cute, but that's not the point. 1804 01:23:35,080 --> 01:23:36,256 The point is, did she spend the night with him? 1805 01:23:36,280 --> 01:23:38,078 And if, in fact, she left, 1806 01:23:38,200 --> 01:23:39,696 let's say, a half hour after she got there, 1807 01:23:39,720 --> 01:23:40,776 which is what she claims, 1808 01:23:40,800 --> 01:23:42,720 then she would not have spent the night with him. 1809 01:23:42,880 --> 01:23:43,976 Right. 1810 01:23:44,000 --> 01:23:45,136 Well, not right. I mean... 1811 01:23:45,160 --> 01:23:46,896 Is this the story that the Miami Herald drops now, 1812 01:23:46,920 --> 01:23:50,231 or, I mean, do you... You feel you've worked it? 1813 01:23:50,400 --> 01:23:53,536 Uh... (STAMMERING) I don't know what you mean by that. 1814 01:23:53,560 --> 01:23:56,976 Let me put to you an alternative question. 1815 01:23:57,000 --> 01:23:58,576 This wasn't a competitive story. 1816 01:23:58,600 --> 01:24:00,536 There was no one else breathing down your neck on this. 1817 01:24:00,560 --> 01:24:03,871 You could have waited another 24 hours and got it right. 1818 01:24:04,760 --> 01:24:07,776 FIEDLER: I'm sorry, sir. I believe we did get it right. 1819 01:24:07,800 --> 01:24:10,776 KOPPEL: You have spoken several times, Mr. Fiedler... 1820 01:24:10,800 --> 01:24:12,120 BRADLEE: Jesus. 1821 01:24:13,240 --> 01:24:14,896 Run this by me again. 1822 01:24:14,920 --> 01:24:16,536 DEVROY: They're part of a P.I. report. 1823 01:24:16,560 --> 01:24:19,496 A certain senator thought his wife was sleeping with Hart. 1824 01:24:19,520 --> 01:24:21,296 BRODER: I know this broad. Gum? 1825 01:24:21,320 --> 01:24:22,576 BRADLEE: Yeah, she's a lobbyist. 1826 01:24:22,600 --> 01:24:24,976 BRODER: No, thanks. Who? (KNOCKS GENTLY) 1827 01:24:25,000 --> 01:24:26,496 Uh, we're thinking Tydings. 1828 01:24:26,520 --> 01:24:28,776 DEVROY: But as it turns out, Hart isn't fucking Mrs. Tydings. 1829 01:24:28,800 --> 01:24:30,359 He's been schtupping this other woman. 1830 01:24:30,960 --> 01:24:32,456 What a town. BRADLEE: How did we get this? 1831 01:24:32,480 --> 01:24:34,392 DEVROY: Anonymous package. I hate that. 1832 01:24:34,960 --> 01:24:36,936 If you got something to say, just say it. 1833 01:24:36,960 --> 01:24:38,056 Give me some of that gum. 1834 01:24:38,080 --> 01:24:39,616 Do you think Tydings sent it? 1835 01:24:39,640 --> 01:24:41,096 DEVROY: But why? I don't know. 1836 01:24:41,120 --> 01:24:43,096 BRODER: Wait, we're not even talking about Bush here? 1837 01:24:43,120 --> 01:24:45,656 I mean, Hart is running against the former head of the CIA. 1838 01:24:45,680 --> 01:24:47,616 Not yet, he's not. No return address, no note. 1839 01:24:47,640 --> 01:24:49,656 Just a date, six months ago. 1840 01:24:49,680 --> 01:24:52,696 Well, there's your other shoe, Ben. Yeah. 1841 01:24:52,720 --> 01:24:55,235 Just because some unmarked envelope lands on our laps, 1842 01:24:55,360 --> 01:24:57,056 that doesn't obligate us to use it. 1843 01:24:57,080 --> 01:24:58,256 It shows a pattern of behavior. 1844 01:24:58,280 --> 01:25:00,016 Womanizing. Lies. 1845 01:25:00,040 --> 01:25:01,269 He's not lying to us. 1846 01:25:01,520 --> 01:25:03,536 (LAUGHS) Christ, don't be so naive. 1847 01:25:03,560 --> 01:25:05,376 Yeah, I'm sure this package landed on the lap 1848 01:25:05,400 --> 01:25:07,496 of at least three other enterprising journalists. 1849 01:25:07,520 --> 01:25:10,776 Okay, so can't we let some other paper use gossip as front page news? 1850 01:25:10,800 --> 01:25:13,320 I mean, that doesn't mean we have to. BRADLEE: It does, A.J. 1851 01:25:14,040 --> 01:25:15,190 It does now. 1852 01:25:17,960 --> 01:25:21,216 We decline to publish, some other newspaper runs with the story. 1853 01:25:21,240 --> 01:25:23,896 I don't know, the Poughkeepsie Journal, the Miami Herald. 1854 01:25:23,920 --> 01:25:25,479 Uh, maybe even The New York Times. 1855 01:25:25,960 --> 01:25:28,696 And the TVs go apeshit over this stuff. 1856 01:25:28,720 --> 01:25:30,696 Meanwhile, we're sitting on our high horse saying, 1857 01:25:30,720 --> 01:25:32,776 "Well, we still don't think it's news, because guess what, 1858 01:25:32,800 --> 01:25:34,856 "we didn't think it was news before." 1859 01:25:34,880 --> 01:25:36,496 And then the wires start running stories 1860 01:25:36,520 --> 01:25:38,096 about how we're not covering the one thing 1861 01:25:38,120 --> 01:25:39,759 everybody else is talking about. 1862 01:25:40,600 --> 01:25:42,239 And so on, and so on. 1863 01:25:44,360 --> 01:25:45,960 PARKER: Hey, why do you hate him so much? 1864 01:25:47,400 --> 01:25:51,136 I don't hate Gary Hart. I don't think I trust him. 1865 01:25:51,160 --> 01:25:52,640 (SCOFFS) That's one approach. 1866 01:25:53,640 --> 01:25:55,816 Why isn't that your approach? 1867 01:25:55,840 --> 01:25:57,336 It's your job to be skeptical. 1868 01:25:57,360 --> 01:25:58,856 I don't think his own wife trusts him. 1869 01:25:58,880 --> 01:26:00,200 Oh, come on. You don't know that. 1870 01:26:01,120 --> 01:26:02,976 I don't think he respects women. 1871 01:26:03,000 --> 01:26:05,096 Are you kidding? He loves women. 1872 01:26:05,120 --> 01:26:07,416 Too much, frankly. He uses them. 1873 01:26:07,440 --> 01:26:09,016 Well, come on. Aren't you being a little precious? 1874 01:26:09,040 --> 01:26:10,696 I mean, he's smart. He's handsome. 1875 01:26:10,720 --> 01:26:12,136 These women are throwing themselves at him. 1876 01:26:12,160 --> 01:26:15,517 He is a man with power and opportunity. 1877 01:26:16,680 --> 01:26:19,496 And that takes certain responsibility. 1878 01:26:19,520 --> 01:26:22,536 If he were just some day trader screwing around with cocktail girls, 1879 01:26:22,560 --> 01:26:24,576 I could handle just not liking him. 1880 01:26:24,600 --> 01:26:26,080 But as our potential next president, 1881 01:26:26,200 --> 01:26:27,496 that makes me nervous, 1882 01:26:27,520 --> 01:26:29,910 and as a journalist, you ought to care. 1883 01:26:34,960 --> 01:26:36,758 (PHONE RINGING) 1884 01:26:44,160 --> 01:26:45,992 (SPORTSCAST PLAYING QUIETLY ON TV) 1885 01:26:47,920 --> 01:26:49,912 (PHONE CONTINUES RINGING) 1886 01:26:56,960 --> 01:26:57,960 Yeah. 1887 01:26:59,400 --> 01:27:01,856 You're missing all the excitement. 1888 01:27:01,880 --> 01:27:04,031 Yeah, thank God. (CHUCKLES) 1889 01:27:05,800 --> 01:27:07,896 So, it looks like, um, 1890 01:27:07,920 --> 01:27:10,276 we are turning the corner out here. 1891 01:27:11,360 --> 01:27:13,272 I could get you a flight. 1892 01:27:19,960 --> 01:27:21,474 What's on your mind? 1893 01:27:25,680 --> 01:27:29,037 I just keep thinking this is never gonna be over for her. 1894 01:27:31,800 --> 01:27:33,996 Every time she applies for a job... 1895 01:27:34,880 --> 01:27:36,075 Mmm... 1896 01:27:37,520 --> 01:27:41,150 She doesn't have a staff of overeducated volunteers. 1897 01:27:44,000 --> 01:27:46,913 As far as I can tell, she's alone. 1898 01:27:57,960 --> 01:28:00,555 (EXHALES) You got anything for me? 1899 01:28:03,320 --> 01:28:04,800 Buck up, kid. 1900 01:28:06,240 --> 01:28:07,799 You got work to do. 1901 01:28:10,800 --> 01:28:12,075 Yeah. 1902 01:28:13,480 --> 01:28:15,472 (SPORTSCAST CONTINUES ON TV) 1903 01:28:17,160 --> 01:28:18,594 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1904 01:28:36,640 --> 01:28:38,074 (MUSIC PLAYING) 1905 01:28:43,240 --> 01:28:44,594 SHORE: (WHISPERS) Sorry. 1906 01:29:05,120 --> 01:29:08,856 Hey, Billy. You want to let Gary know we're around, 1907 01:29:08,880 --> 01:29:10,872 in case he wants to get a drink or something? 1908 01:29:11,120 --> 01:29:12,713 GERMOND: With old friends? 1909 01:29:13,680 --> 01:29:15,433 The senator's unavailable. 1910 01:29:17,120 --> 01:29:19,112 "The senator's unavailable." 1911 01:29:24,760 --> 01:29:26,736 Fucking follow me. 1912 01:29:26,760 --> 01:29:28,672 Can you believe that? 1913 01:29:28,840 --> 01:29:31,056 (HART GRUNTING SOFTLY) 1914 01:29:31,080 --> 01:29:32,496 Okay, so they don't have a podium. 1915 01:29:32,520 --> 01:29:35,136 I don't need one. WILSON: You couldn't get a podium? 1916 01:29:35,160 --> 01:29:36,753 Don't start with me. 1917 01:29:36,920 --> 01:29:38,479 How are voters supposed to believe you 1918 01:29:38,600 --> 01:29:40,856 when you've clearly been lying? They will or they won't. 1919 01:29:40,880 --> 01:29:42,936 I don't think they much care. Good. Okay. 1920 01:29:42,960 --> 01:29:44,496 Uh, you can cite the polls here. 1921 01:29:44,520 --> 01:29:46,176 HART: I don't care about polls. Yes, you do. 1922 01:29:46,200 --> 01:29:47,936 Gallup just came out of the field. 1923 01:29:47,960 --> 01:29:49,376 WILSON: "Do you think the media went too far 1924 01:29:49,400 --> 01:29:50,936 "in its reporting on Senator Hart's private life?" 1925 01:29:50,960 --> 01:29:53,376 64% say "Yes." 64% say "Yes." 1926 01:29:53,400 --> 01:29:55,576 "Is a candidate's behavior in his relationship 1927 01:29:55,600 --> 01:29:57,776 "relevant to his qualifications as president?" 1928 01:29:57,800 --> 01:29:59,456 38% say "Yes." 1929 01:29:59,480 --> 01:30:01,496 52% say "No." 52 "No." 1930 01:30:01,520 --> 01:30:04,274 Take that, fuckers! HART: 64%. God. 1931 01:30:04,800 --> 01:30:06,976 Uh, they'll ask about phone calls. 1932 01:30:07,000 --> 01:30:08,976 Uh-huh. Well, I'll say I call lots of people. 1933 01:30:09,000 --> 01:30:10,639 SWEENEY: Right, that's fine. 1934 01:30:12,560 --> 01:30:13,880 Are we gonna bring up Donna Rice? 1935 01:30:16,400 --> 01:30:18,856 We could ask the pool to respect her privacy. 1936 01:30:18,880 --> 01:30:20,136 Are you fucking nuts? 1937 01:30:20,160 --> 01:30:22,550 It might be seen as a noble gesture. 1938 01:30:29,000 --> 01:30:31,231 SHORE: They may have questions, uh... 1939 01:30:31,360 --> 01:30:33,616 You know, they may have questions about women. 1940 01:30:33,640 --> 01:30:37,600 HART: Well, they can talk to Irene or Ginny or anyone who's worked for me. 1941 01:30:39,360 --> 01:30:40,430 Uh... 1942 01:30:41,960 --> 01:30:43,440 Yeah, uh... 1943 01:30:45,280 --> 01:30:46,976 I think what 1944 01:30:47,000 --> 01:30:49,151 Billy means is, uh... 1945 01:30:49,960 --> 01:30:51,016 What? 1946 01:30:51,040 --> 01:30:52,110 (SIGHS) 1947 01:30:54,080 --> 01:30:56,436 Have there been others? 1948 01:30:59,800 --> 01:31:01,393 Women... 1949 01:31:02,280 --> 01:31:04,216 That aren't your wife. You've got to be kidding me. 1950 01:31:04,240 --> 01:31:06,376 I'm not gonna answer that, not for them and not for you. 1951 01:31:06,400 --> 01:31:08,153 It's nobody's goddamn business! 1952 01:31:10,800 --> 01:31:12,075 SWEENEY: That's it. 1953 01:31:12,720 --> 01:31:14,837 That's perfect. That's your answer. 1954 01:31:15,120 --> 01:31:16,873 (DOOR UNLOCKS, OPENS) 1955 01:31:21,720 --> 01:31:23,200 SHORE: I'll come back when it's time. 1956 01:31:31,000 --> 01:31:32,195 (DOOR CLOSES) 1957 01:31:37,880 --> 01:31:39,394 I, um... 1958 01:31:57,440 --> 01:31:59,256 LEE: You know, I've woken the last two mornings 1959 01:31:59,280 --> 01:32:00,919 to the sound of helicopters. 1960 01:32:04,000 --> 01:32:06,576 They're waiting at our gates, dozens of them. 1961 01:32:06,600 --> 01:32:08,256 Trucks with satellites. 1962 01:32:08,280 --> 01:32:09,696 Their garbage... 1963 01:32:09,720 --> 01:32:11,951 Littered all over the place. 1964 01:32:14,280 --> 01:32:15,794 How's Andrea? 1965 01:32:17,560 --> 01:32:19,552 She's disappointed. 1966 01:32:25,400 --> 01:32:27,816 Just to leave our home, she had to climb in the back seat 1967 01:32:27,840 --> 01:32:30,136 of one of your staffers. 1968 01:32:30,160 --> 01:32:32,216 He threw an old blanket on our daughter. 1969 01:32:32,240 --> 01:32:33,656 That's how she left the house, 1970 01:32:33,680 --> 01:32:35,576 like a criminal, like she should be ashamed. 1971 01:32:35,600 --> 01:32:38,274 No, these people should be ashamed, Lee. 1972 01:32:38,800 --> 01:32:41,736 I mean, the public won't stand for it. It's... 1973 01:32:41,760 --> 01:32:42,955 (SIGHS) 1974 01:32:43,640 --> 01:32:44,994 Right. 1975 01:32:49,160 --> 01:32:50,640 (SOFTLY) I'm so sorry. 1976 01:32:53,960 --> 01:32:55,952 I can imagine you are. 1977 01:33:04,640 --> 01:33:08,236 Were you thinking of me when you were flirting with that girl? 1978 01:33:13,120 --> 01:33:14,190 Hmm? 1979 01:33:15,520 --> 01:33:20,536 Were you thinking of me on that boat 1980 01:33:20,560 --> 01:33:24,554 when you were making her laugh in front of 50 other people? 1981 01:33:27,640 --> 01:33:31,873 Were you thinking of me when you invited her into our home? 1982 01:33:37,080 --> 01:33:38,719 Are you leaving me? 1983 01:33:45,280 --> 01:33:46,839 Not now. 1984 01:33:49,440 --> 01:33:51,272 Not yet. 1985 01:33:54,920 --> 01:33:56,877 Yeah, maybe at some point. 1986 01:33:57,240 --> 01:33:58,674 (HORN HONKS IN DISTANCE) 1987 01:34:04,920 --> 01:34:07,376 And that might feel like a burden, 1988 01:34:07,400 --> 01:34:10,856 and it should, because you hurt me, 1989 01:34:10,880 --> 01:34:14,874 and you need to feel it, you need to know that. 1990 01:34:15,000 --> 01:34:19,472 You feel it, you carry it, so I don't have to. 1991 01:34:28,840 --> 01:34:31,639 Do you think you can ever accept my apology? 1992 01:34:39,640 --> 01:34:41,040 (INDISTINCT CHATTER) 1993 01:34:48,920 --> 01:34:50,376 STRATTON: Excuse me. 1994 01:34:50,400 --> 01:34:52,392 (ALL CLAMORING) 1995 01:34:59,960 --> 01:35:02,176 HART: I will get to all of the questions 1996 01:35:02,200 --> 01:35:04,416 that you have, and then hopefully tomorrow, 1997 01:35:04,440 --> 01:35:07,776 we can return to the real business of this election. 1998 01:35:07,800 --> 01:35:09,216 ALL: (SHOUTING) Senator. HART: Yes. Ann. 1999 01:35:09,240 --> 01:35:10,616 Yeah, thank you, sir. Yes, Ann. 2000 01:35:10,640 --> 01:35:11,936 Doesn't this episode 2001 01:35:11,960 --> 01:35:14,839 call your judgment as a leader into question? 2002 01:35:15,720 --> 01:35:18,440 Uh, yes, I suppose I have... (CAMERAS CLICKING) 2003 01:35:18,720 --> 01:35:21,536 I've made some mistakes, but I think... 2004 01:35:21,560 --> 01:35:23,856 Judgment, like character, needs to be measured 2005 01:35:23,880 --> 01:35:25,776 in the full context of a career, 2006 01:35:25,800 --> 01:35:28,256 and I think what I've undertaken in the Senate 2007 01:35:28,280 --> 01:35:30,736 and the plans I've outlined for the country also speak 2008 01:35:30,760 --> 01:35:31,856 to my judgment. 2009 01:35:31,880 --> 01:35:33,712 (REPORTERS SHOUTING) 2010 01:35:34,800 --> 01:35:36,029 David. Yes. 2011 01:35:37,200 --> 01:35:39,456 How are you going to convince people in the Democratic Party 2012 01:35:39,480 --> 01:35:41,915 that you are not going to make this kind of mistake again? 2013 01:35:42,400 --> 01:35:44,536 Uh, by not making this kind of mistake again. 2014 01:35:44,560 --> 01:35:46,416 (REPORTERS SHOUTING) 2015 01:35:46,440 --> 01:35:48,591 Yes. Were there two people in the house? 2016 01:35:48,720 --> 01:35:50,536 Three people? Did they go and come back? 2017 01:35:50,560 --> 01:35:52,870 HART: Alan, we've been through this. It's on the record. 2018 01:35:53,320 --> 01:35:55,136 Uh, there were three people who came to my house 2019 01:35:55,160 --> 01:35:56,816 on the Saturday, late afternoon, 2020 01:35:56,840 --> 01:35:58,816 and over the course of maybe two or three hours, 2021 01:35:58,840 --> 01:36:01,216 we left, we came back, and then they moved on. Yes. 2022 01:36:01,240 --> 01:36:03,016 (REPORTERS SHOUTING) 2023 01:36:03,040 --> 01:36:05,936 Senator, you were once quoted as saying that you love danger. 2024 01:36:05,960 --> 01:36:08,136 Is that why you've put yourself in this position? 2025 01:36:08,160 --> 01:36:09,256 I don't love it that much, Jack, trust me. 2026 01:36:09,280 --> 01:36:10,336 (LAUGHTER) 2027 01:36:10,360 --> 01:36:11,510 (ALL SHOUTING) 2028 01:36:12,600 --> 01:36:13,600 HART: Yes. 2029 01:36:14,600 --> 01:36:17,798 Senator Hart, what would you say to the women voters of this country? 2030 01:36:19,200 --> 01:36:20,536 Well, I would say that, uh, 2031 01:36:20,560 --> 01:36:22,576 if you speak to anyone who's worked for me, 2032 01:36:22,600 --> 01:36:25,216 my campaign staff, anyone in the Senate, 2033 01:36:25,240 --> 01:36:28,136 over the last 15 to 20 years, you'll find that I have 2034 01:36:28,160 --> 01:36:31,216 a very healthy relationship, working relationship with women. 2035 01:36:31,240 --> 01:36:32,435 (REPORTERS SHOUTING) 2036 01:36:32,800 --> 01:36:34,393 You said there's no relationship. 2037 01:36:34,520 --> 01:36:36,637 Are you willing to take a lie detector test? 2038 01:36:38,160 --> 01:36:40,736 I think the voters are a pretty good lie detector test. 2039 01:36:40,760 --> 01:36:42,416 Will they believe you? I think they do. 2040 01:36:42,440 --> 01:36:44,696 The last poll I saw said that most voters believe 2041 01:36:44,720 --> 01:36:46,176 the Herald was out of line. 2042 01:36:46,200 --> 01:36:48,669 More than 60%, in fact. SWEENEY: 64%. 2043 01:36:49,360 --> 01:36:51,536 Right. When the numbers are in your favor, always be specific. 2044 01:36:51,560 --> 01:36:53,279 Right? (LAUGHTER) 2045 01:36:54,920 --> 01:36:56,416 Senator? Senator? 2046 01:36:56,440 --> 01:36:58,397 Mr. Parker. 2047 01:36:59,560 --> 01:37:01,536 Yes, Senator. Thank you. Yeah. 2048 01:37:01,560 --> 01:37:02,656 Mmm-hmm. Good afternoon. 2049 01:37:02,680 --> 01:37:03,936 Glad you could make it. 2050 01:37:03,960 --> 01:37:05,189 Yes. Um... 2051 01:37:06,960 --> 01:37:09,280 Yesterday in your speech, you raised the issue of morality. 2052 01:37:09,480 --> 01:37:11,096 Mmm-hmm. Uh, I'd like to ask you, 2053 01:37:11,120 --> 01:37:12,496 specifically, what you meant by that. 2054 01:37:12,520 --> 01:37:16,036 I have a series of questions, if that's all right, if you don't mind. 2055 01:37:17,240 --> 01:37:18,754 All right. Um... 2056 01:37:20,360 --> 01:37:22,296 When you said you did nothing immoral, 2057 01:37:22,320 --> 01:37:24,856 were you referring to that you had no sexual relationship 2058 01:37:24,880 --> 01:37:29,136 with Donna Rice last week and/or at any other time? 2059 01:37:29,160 --> 01:37:30,480 (CAMERAS CLICKING) 2060 01:37:31,600 --> 01:37:33,176 Yeah, I've said there was no relationship. 2061 01:37:33,200 --> 01:37:34,429 That's correct. 2062 01:37:35,880 --> 01:37:39,669 Do you believe adultery is immoral? 2063 01:37:41,280 --> 01:37:42,776 Do I, uh... (SIGHS) 2064 01:37:42,800 --> 01:37:44,757 Well, yes. Yes, I do. 2065 01:37:45,160 --> 01:37:46,879 But, Senator... Mmm-hmm. 2066 01:37:49,520 --> 01:37:52,416 Senator, have you ever committed adultery? 2067 01:37:52,440 --> 01:37:54,272 (REPORTERS MURMURING) 2068 01:37:54,800 --> 01:37:55,870 (MURMURING DIES DOWN) 2069 01:37:57,800 --> 01:37:58,800 I, uh... 2070 01:38:02,800 --> 01:38:04,519 (QUIETLY) Say it. Say it. 2071 01:38:07,200 --> 01:38:08,395 Well... 2072 01:38:11,840 --> 01:38:13,115 I guess, um... 2073 01:38:13,800 --> 01:38:17,376 (STAMMERING) I guess I don't think that that is a fair question. 2074 01:38:17,400 --> 01:38:19,232 (REPORTERS SHOUTING) 2075 01:38:26,920 --> 01:38:28,718 (REPORTERS CONTINUE SHOUTING) 2076 01:38:42,400 --> 01:38:45,279 (SHOUTING VOICES DISTORT, GROW LOUDER) 2077 01:38:50,720 --> 01:38:52,736 Anyone for more coffee? SHORE: It's early. 2078 01:38:52,760 --> 01:38:54,016 STRATTON: Yeah, I'll have a cup. 2079 01:38:54,040 --> 01:38:55,520 Sir? Yeah, I'll do it. 2080 01:38:56,080 --> 01:38:58,037 Ma'am? No, thank you. 2081 01:38:58,640 --> 01:39:00,496 Yeah, I'll have one, thank you. Yes, ma'am. 2082 01:39:00,520 --> 01:39:02,876 And, you, sir? Coffee? 2083 01:39:03,800 --> 01:39:05,296 Gary? HART: Hmm. 2084 01:39:05,320 --> 01:39:07,816 You want a coffee? HART: Uh, no. 2085 01:39:07,840 --> 01:39:09,216 I need some time with the senator. 2086 01:39:09,240 --> 01:39:11,016 Are you fucking kidding me? Come on. 2087 01:39:11,040 --> 01:39:13,656 You know what? I tried coke while I was at Berkeley, 2088 01:39:13,680 --> 01:39:16,536 and I cheated on my girlfriend. Twice. 2089 01:39:16,560 --> 01:39:18,016 Just to save you some time. 2090 01:39:18,040 --> 01:39:20,456 SHORE: Maybe we, uh, we move up military reform. 2091 01:39:20,480 --> 01:39:21,936 Yeah. We can do a big roll-out, 2092 01:39:21,960 --> 01:39:24,256 get some generals on board. LEE: I need to call Andrea. 2093 01:39:24,280 --> 01:39:26,736 Do you have a dime? IRENE: I have one. 2094 01:39:26,760 --> 01:39:28,256 Do you have change? 2095 01:39:28,280 --> 01:39:30,216 STRATTON: Yeah. I have a quarter. LEE: Thank you. 2096 01:39:30,240 --> 01:39:32,536 STRATTON: Look, I'm all for going back out there, shaking more hands. 2097 01:39:32,560 --> 01:39:35,240 It's just, at the moment, I don't think we can get the senator to... 2098 01:39:35,880 --> 01:39:38,096 (SIGHS) I don't think it's safe to put him in front of a crowd. 2099 01:39:38,120 --> 01:39:39,696 We could call Denver, get some more bodies. 2100 01:39:39,720 --> 01:39:41,576 We can book some more TV time. 2101 01:39:41,600 --> 01:39:43,616 I mean, how long would it take to shoot a 30-minute spot? 2102 01:39:43,640 --> 01:39:45,199 SHORE: Can we pay for that? 2103 01:39:45,600 --> 01:39:47,136 STRATTON: You know, it's, like, we go out there, 2104 01:39:47,160 --> 01:39:48,696 we go right to the voters. 2105 01:39:48,720 --> 01:39:51,599 Irene, is there any... Any word from Miami? 2106 01:39:52,000 --> 01:39:53,798 Um, how do you mean? 2107 01:39:54,200 --> 01:39:56,032 Is she... Is she okay? 2108 01:39:59,320 --> 01:40:01,676 I don't know how you want me to answer that. 2109 01:40:02,000 --> 01:40:03,593 SWEENEY: Congratulations. 2110 01:40:04,320 --> 01:40:05,936 You just became the National Enquirer. 2111 01:40:05,960 --> 01:40:07,696 You're 50 cents at the register. 2112 01:40:07,720 --> 01:40:10,856 SHORE: I'm just, uh, not sure enough people would see it. 2113 01:40:10,880 --> 01:40:12,800 STRATTON: If the media's been talking about it... 2114 01:40:13,200 --> 01:40:14,736 WILSON: We'd need a national buy. 2115 01:40:14,760 --> 01:40:15,976 STRATTON: Where the fuck is Dixon? 2116 01:40:16,000 --> 01:40:17,536 LEE: It's outrageous. 2117 01:40:17,560 --> 01:40:19,392 (LEE PANTING) 2118 01:40:24,640 --> 01:40:27,216 (SNIFFLES) Okay, but you're safe? 2119 01:40:27,240 --> 01:40:29,072 (SOBBING SOFTLY) 2120 01:40:34,080 --> 01:40:35,150 Well... 2121 01:40:37,680 --> 01:40:41,390 They cannot hound you like this. They will not hound you like this. 2122 01:40:42,440 --> 01:40:45,353 You know what? They shouldn't even be near you. 2123 01:40:51,200 --> 01:40:53,216 Okay, we will take care of this. 2124 01:40:53,240 --> 01:40:55,550 (PANTING, TREMBLING) 2125 01:41:03,320 --> 01:41:04,549 Lee. 2126 01:41:06,200 --> 01:41:07,919 It's time to go home. 2127 01:41:13,160 --> 01:41:14,160 (SNIFFLES) 2128 01:41:17,840 --> 01:41:19,194 (CRYING) 2129 01:41:38,640 --> 01:41:41,016 NEWSCASTER: Tonight, Gary Hart and his wife are back in Denver, 2130 01:41:41,040 --> 01:41:43,376 where he will end his latest run for the White House. 2131 01:41:43,400 --> 01:41:45,576 NEWSCASTER 2: Once considered the man to beat in '88, 2132 01:41:45,600 --> 01:41:48,896 Hart plans to end his candidacy in a formal announcement at noon. 2133 01:41:48,920 --> 01:41:50,320 (REPORTERS CLAMORING) 2134 01:41:52,480 --> 01:41:54,296 FEMALE REPORTER: Senator Hart, will you be leaving the campaign? 2135 01:41:54,320 --> 01:41:55,993 (CLAMORING CONTINUES) 2136 01:42:06,560 --> 01:42:07,736 HART: Well, clearly, 2137 01:42:07,760 --> 01:42:10,753 under present circumstances, this campaign cannot go on. 2138 01:42:13,480 --> 01:42:16,696 I refuse to submit my family and my friends 2139 01:42:16,720 --> 01:42:18,518 to further rumors and gossip. 2140 01:42:22,360 --> 01:42:24,856 I don't want to be the issue, 2141 01:42:24,880 --> 01:42:27,793 and I cannot be the issue. 2142 01:42:28,680 --> 01:42:30,816 If you're gonna have to spend all your time 2143 01:42:30,840 --> 01:42:32,096 talking about yourself 2144 01:42:32,120 --> 01:42:34,840 and you're not particularly good at that anyway, 2145 01:42:34,960 --> 01:42:37,919 then you can't maintain the link with the voters. 2146 01:42:42,760 --> 01:42:45,176 In public life, some things may be interesting, 2147 01:42:45,200 --> 01:42:48,272 but that doesn't necessarily mean they're important. 2148 01:42:49,120 --> 01:42:50,896 And the farmers in Amarillo, 2149 01:42:50,920 --> 01:42:53,936 the oil field workers in Louisiana, 2150 01:42:53,960 --> 01:42:56,496 the steelworkers in Pennsylvania, 2151 01:42:56,520 --> 01:42:58,536 they want jobs. 2152 01:42:58,560 --> 01:43:01,536 Their kids want an education, and like all the rest of us, 2153 01:43:01,560 --> 01:43:04,519 they don't want to be killed by some nuclear weapon. 2154 01:43:06,640 --> 01:43:09,376 Now, we're all gonna have to seriously question the system 2155 01:43:09,400 --> 01:43:11,856 we have for electing our national leaders, 2156 01:43:11,880 --> 01:43:14,456 that has reporters in bushes, 2157 01:43:14,480 --> 01:43:17,536 photographers peeking in our windows, 2158 01:43:17,560 --> 01:43:20,758 that reduces the press of this nation into the hunters 2159 01:43:20,880 --> 01:43:24,416 and the presidential candidates into the hunted, 2160 01:43:24,440 --> 01:43:27,936 after which ponderous pundits wonder in mock seriousness 2161 01:43:27,960 --> 01:43:30,256 as to why some of the best people in this country 2162 01:43:30,280 --> 01:43:32,078 choose not to run for high office. 2163 01:43:34,680 --> 01:43:36,296 Now, politics in this country, 2164 01:43:36,320 --> 01:43:39,096 take it from me, is on the verge of becoming 2165 01:43:39,120 --> 01:43:41,715 another form of athletic competition, or sport. 2166 01:43:43,600 --> 01:43:47,016 We'd all better do something to make this system work, 2167 01:43:47,040 --> 01:43:50,416 or we're all soon gonna be rephrasing Jefferson to say, 2168 01:43:50,440 --> 01:43:53,736 "I tremble for my country when I fear we may, in fact, 2169 01:43:53,760 --> 01:43:56,594 "get the kind of leaders we deserve." 2170 01:43:57,960 --> 01:44:00,536 I've said I bend, but I do not break. 2171 01:44:00,560 --> 01:44:03,696 And believe me, I'm not broken. 2172 01:44:03,720 --> 01:44:06,056 I say to my children, 2173 01:44:06,080 --> 01:44:09,216 and the young people of this country, 2174 01:44:09,240 --> 01:44:10,833 I'm angry, too. 2175 01:44:11,480 --> 01:44:13,456 I've made some mistakes. I said so. 2176 01:44:13,480 --> 01:44:16,040 I said I would because I'm human. 2177 01:44:16,720 --> 01:44:18,279 But I'm an idealist, 2178 01:44:19,000 --> 01:44:20,912 and I want to serve my country. 2179 01:44:21,560 --> 01:44:24,096 Events of the past week should not deter any of you 2180 01:44:24,120 --> 01:44:26,794 who are idealistic young people 2181 01:44:27,440 --> 01:44:30,751 from moving on, from moving up. 2182 01:44:31,280 --> 01:44:34,576 The torch of idealism in your hearts burns bright. 2183 01:44:34,600 --> 01:44:38,992 It should lead you to want to make this country better. 2184 01:44:39,600 --> 01:44:42,456 Wherever you go, whatever you do, 2185 01:44:42,480 --> 01:44:45,496 at least in spirit I will be with you. 2186 01:44:45,520 --> 01:44:46,840 Thank you. 2187 01:44:55,640 --> 01:44:57,632 (WINTER IN BY GENE CLARK PLAYING) 2188 01:45:08,400 --> 01:45:12,376 (SINGING) Blackbird was in the field 2189 01:45:12,400 --> 01:45:17,759 And the sun was getting dim 2190 01:45:19,560 --> 01:45:23,376 The breeze running through the trees 2191 01:45:23,400 --> 01:45:28,714 Like an organ in a hymn 2192 01:45:30,480 --> 01:45:34,456 Thoughts were suspended 2193 01:45:34,480 --> 01:45:39,600 Like a leaf out on a limb 2194 01:45:42,160 --> 01:45:45,816 Fire was burning low 2195 01:45:45,840 --> 01:45:50,596 And the winter coming in 2196 01:45:52,680 --> 01:45:56,435 Now some music was playing 2197 01:45:57,360 --> 01:46:02,151 In the background of the night 2198 01:46:03,720 --> 01:46:07,936 Some friends from around came in 2199 01:46:07,960 --> 01:46:13,354 And they all said things were high 2200 01:46:15,120 --> 01:46:19,456 And we spoke of a stranger 2201 01:46:19,480 --> 01:46:24,839 That we all met on the way 2202 01:46:26,760 --> 01:46:31,056 Who said there was danger in those 2203 01:46:31,080 --> 01:46:36,280 Who watch out for their greed 2204 01:46:37,760 --> 01:46:41,913 Now the summer is past the grain 2205 01:46:42,040 --> 01:46:47,434 And the river getting high 2206 01:46:48,880 --> 01:46:52,576 It's amazing a month can bring 2207 01:46:52,600 --> 01:46:58,358 So many things that can get by 2208 01:47:00,000 --> 01:47:04,096 The old ways were drowning 2209 01:47:04,120 --> 01:47:09,912 To the new ones with a sigh 2210 01:47:11,320 --> 01:47:14,376 It seems so incredible 2211 01:47:14,400 --> 01:47:20,749 That sometimes I could cry 2212 01:47:27,400 --> 01:47:28,800 (SONG FADING)