Scum-sucking spokesperson

So. The client refuses to go on national TV. It doesn't matter, you think. You've read the briefing books. You've had the pre-interview with the client and the producer. You're a public relations pro - why not you? Might be a good chance to wear that new Hermes tie! It's just you, another guest, and the host. Do you have the cojones to work your way out of this mess?

    SCARBOROUGH: Penny, did you call -- is it true that you called these people in the pre-interview scum-sucking bottom-feeders?

    NANCE: Hey, I might have said that, but I meant it in the nicest way possible.

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