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But the ominous Operation Genoa looms large. With senior producer Jim out of the way, Mac drafts in Jerry Dantana (Hamish Linklater) to replace him in the interim. Will, who admittedly fears change, suggests that his appointment will leave the newsroom as a "hellscape" by the time Jim comes back, and perhaps he'll be proven right. After all, it's Jerry's panellist who tips him off to the ominous Operation Genoa.
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From the over-reaction to Maggie's appearance, to the mistreatment of Will's new intern, (a familiar face from the previous season) Sorkin seems to have the same problems with making his female characters both as competent and well-adjusted as last season, and it's still not on.
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