Neither is The McLaughlin Group, though there are some unexpected answers from the host and Clarence Page.
“The school's a little rich for my blood,” McLaughlin told the school paper in May.
After he met 28-year-old Nanette Ann Johnston, McLaughlin fell hard and the two began dating.
In March of 1996, Johnston pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $500,000 from McLaughlin before and after his death.
He said McLaughlin had recently won a $9 million lawsuit over a dispute with his business partner.
McLaughlin and Perkins had always looked upon him only as a counter of money and a keeper of accounts.
Skinner was afraid of McLaughlin—not physically, for Skinner was not afraid of anybody that way.
McLaughlin demurred, but got down when Reynolds and several other members of the party drew their guns.
As he entered the long passageway that led to McLaughlin's office.
"It'll take rare diplomacy, rare diplomacy, Skinner," McLaughlin warned.