Fears increase as bidders drop out of the auction for Continental Corp.
Dana meets a mysterious stranger.
Natalie agrees to a job interview at "Saturday Night Live.''
Budget cuts crimp Isaac and Dana's Olympic coverage.
Jeremy struggles with shame when Jenny visits the office.
Dana and Casey bet on the outcome of NFL draft day.
Jeremy concludes that he genuinely likes Jenny; Dana enters a church.
Jeremy meets an adult-film actress at a bar.
Dana offers Sam (William H. Macy) a romantic send-off on his last day.
Sam tries to convince Dana that he is not flirting with her.
The gang gets the opportunity to interview Michael Jordan.
The team broadcasts a boxing match live.
Casey goes out with Pixley again much to Dana's dismay.
Dana worries that Casey is out on one of the dates she demanded he take.
With Christmas approaching, the crew tries to get into the holiday spirit.
A story breaks about professional football players using steroids.
Starring Peter Krause and Josh Charles as the anchors of a sports television program, this critically acclaimed sitcom is not at all about sports, but about the show's frantic, quirky characters and the often difficult ethical questions they face.
The critically acclaimed series comes to a close with an ironic story arc that finds a ratings expert putting the "Sports Night" crew on edge about the future. Meanwhile, there's no shortage of personal and professional mayhem behind the scenes.