Jed and Leo go into Leo's office. Jed asks him what he needs. Leo points out that Jed's gone through everyone who works for him and everyone who's married to him and he doesn't know who else he could get mad at, so he's afraid the American people could be next. Leo adds that when they're done with bombing announcement, Jed's going to be sending Abby some flowers. Jed looks petulant but doesn't argue, just nods. He sighs and launches into a long diatribe. Leo, you might want to pack a lunch. Actually, we all might want to do that. "Did you know that two thousand years ago, a Roman citizen could walk across the face of the known world, free of the fear of molestation? He could walk across the earth unharmed, cloaked only in the protection of the words civus Romanus: 'I am a Roman citizen.' So great was the retribution of Rome, universally understood as certain, should any harm befall even one of its citizens...where was Morris's protection? Or anybody else on that plane? Where was the retribution for the families? And where was the warning to the rest of the world that Americans shall walk this earth unharmed, lest the clenched fist of the most mighty military force in the history of mankind comes crashing down on your house?
Episode Report CardDeborah: B+ | 766 USERS: B-
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