Synopsis by Ryan Shriver
Now totally aware that her job is in jeopardy, Natalie (Sabrina Lloyd) sets out to find another job. She scores a major coup when she lands an interview with Saturday Night Live, but Dana (Felicity Huffman) refuses to let her assistant go and begins a not-so-subversive campaign to undermine Natalie's confidence. Natalie manages to give a stellar interview nonetheless and is offered a better position with SNL -- but finds she is too attached to her friends and job with Sports Night. Dan (Josh Charles) also begins to fear for his position and hires a publicist to gain some marketability, only to regret the decision shortly thereafter. Meanwhile, Casey (Peter Krause) and Jeremy (Joshua Malina) begin keeping tabs on the network's success by watching the company's stock prices, which leads them to discover that the company is being put up for sale. As his show faces cancellation, Isaac (Robert Guillaume) faces some additional concerns after learning that his grandson is frightened of him because of the effects his stroke left on his speech and walking patterns.
sportscaster, television-crew, TV-station