Quiz Show

You just tell Mr. Enright that if
he doesn't want to talk to me,

maybe the district attorney
would like to talk to me.

- lf he wants to play hardball,
l'll play hardball.
- Very well.

- Good morning, Mr. Van Doren.
- Hello.

[ Barry ] And returning with $83,000,
our champion, after seven weeks,
Charles Van Doren.

- [ Applause ]
- Welcome to Twenty-One, gentlemen.

- [ Van Doren ] Evening, Jack.
- Charlie--

- [ Screaming ]
- Gentlemen, please.

lt was a totally humiliating experience.
All my friends knew that l loved Marty.

lt's one of my favorite films.
l-l-l saw it three times.
lt's about a boy in the Bronx--

Mr. Enright
will see you now.

Have a seat, Herb.
Thanks for comin' up.
l feel we have some unfinished
business we need to hash out.

l have some unfinished
business with you too.

This whole thing with the grand jury
and the things you said,

well, they hurt me.
l can't tell you how--
Well, they hurt me deeply.

- l told the truth.
- There you go again.

You promised me, Dan.
Y-You promised that you'd help me out.

Don't you think that l want to help you
more than l already have ?

- But the point is,
you've made it impossible.
- Look, you want me to apologize ?

- l want you to sign this statement.
- l apologize.

- What kind of statement ?
- lt clears me and the show
of any wrongdoing.

- What about the panel show ?
- See ? That's a perfect example.

l told you l'd do what l could,
and l did. l put your name on a list.

You put me on a list ?
That's it ?