So misguided does CREW consider the indictment, says Sloan, it plans to file an amicus brief with the court on behalf of Edwards.
Will tells Sloan, “Watch him ... He wants to win a Peabody.”
After that, Sloan became “cash-poor” and was unable to afford the mortgage for her $1.4 million Manhattan apartment.
In the same episode, by the way, MacKenzie and Sloan “bond” over their shared manicurist—YIKES!
And the irony is that Hamilton and Tygart were presenting these difficult moral questions at Sloan.
This was flight; or so it appeared to Mr. Sloan, as he watched the young man disappear over the brow of the hill.
Sloan wrote and asked me to get a man to look after it, and I did.
Sloan arose and cordially shook hands with the new-comer, who then for the first time, apparently, caught sight of Elmendorf.
Sloan finally had quarreled with the Erie—it was a way he ofttimes had.
For three hectic quarters, with the tide of victory or defeat now surging towards Bliss—now towards Sloan, the battle raged.