"In general, yeah...but the thing about news is that you can't possibly put every fact in the story. So, you have to ask yourself what's being left out."
Sydney Shepherd, Cast
"Not everything. The news is written by humans and none of us is infallible, so I think the news has just as many flaws as people do."
Sean McDermott, Cast
"I don't. I think the scary thing is the normalcy of 'We had another shooting, oh well..." It's getting more and more scary.We've become numb."
Tom O'Keefe, Cast
"What is news, ya know? I have a healthy skepticism. There are outlets that have earned my trust, so I give them the benefit of the doubt."
Jim Shankman, Book & Lyrics
"What always strikes me is that with gossip stories, and Hollywood, or crimes being committed is how you believe it and theres a further revelation and you go 'Oh, it's the exact opposite of what I thought' and then there's a THIRD revelation and you realize the second thing you believed was wrong too! As the revelations come in, you keep realizing that you believe everything you read until...you read something else!"
Craig J. George, Director
"I believe everything I watch on MSNBC. That's where my news come from, that's the equivalent of my newspaper. I actually do trust the people on that network and I believe it, so yes!"
Peter Stopschinski, Music
"Yes. I mean no, not really. I think my first instinct is to believe anything that's in print and then I have to catch myself and remind myself to not believe everything thats in print."
Paul Sadlik, Cast
"No, I don't. It depends on the source, of course. There's news sources I trust more than others. There's others that I obviously don't!"