This Sunday night's episode of The Newsroom has Aaron Sorkin sharking a writing credit with Gideon Yago, whose name may be most recognizable to those who watched MTV News somewhat regularly during the last decade or so. It's also worth noting that Greg Mottola, who directed the pilot episode, has returned to direct "The 112th Congress," which according to the clip we have to show you, will address a bombing attempt on U.S. soil a couple of years back.

Based on the clip below, it looks like we're in about May 2010 in "The 112th Congress," as the News Night team gathers to discuss how they're going to approach the story of the Times Square bombing attempt.



So it seems, once again, they've managed to come up with a few useful details to make their coverage different from every other news channel. Will they use it?

I'm still on the fence on The Newsroom, though I'm leaning toward loving it, or at the very least, liking it a lot. But my appreciation for the series so far comes more from the dialogue and the approach the series takes on the subject of TV news and world events than it does from the awkwardly developing character relationships. But it's still too soon to make a final judgment on the show. I'm eager to see where the story goes from here. It should be interesting to see how, if at all, the tone of this episode differs from the previous two, with Gideon Yago teaming with Sorkin to write the episode.

The Newsroom airs Sundays at 10:00 p.m. ET on HBO.
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