Roger Stone, who so totally did not make that obscenity-laden phone call to Governor Spitzer's father, reviews Frost/Nixon, the play he wasn't actually at during the time the call was made. His verdict? "I highly recommend the play to Governor Elliot Spitzer because it underlines the dangers hubris and the inexerable web a public official tangles himself in when he tells a lie. Since the play has closed I hope the Governor can catch a revival." You cannot make this stuff up. Also, watch your ass, Ben Brantley. [Room 8]