A group of mainstream reporters get together and talk about the protesters.
Reporter 1: "Can you believe those protesters down there? They are refusing to conform to what we think they should be! I just do not understand the nerve of them, I really don't."
Reporter #2: "I know! How can they possibly expect us to interview them if they continue refusing to allow us to put words in their mouths? I mean, really, they are just making it so difficult for us, I can't even believe it."
Reporter #3: "You know, I think I have thought of a way around it."
Reporter #4: "What do you have in mind?"
Reporter #3: "Well, if they are going to continue to be difficult like this and won't let us tell the watchers what to think by leading them with our questions...why don't we give up trying to interview them altogether, and we will just go on the air and tell the viewers what they need to hear about them, ourselves. It'll solve the whole problem."
Reporter #1: "That has got to be the most brilliant thing I have ever heard in my entire life!"
Reporter #2: "See, this is why we love working with you, you are so ingenious!"
Reporter #4: "Guys, I think I have an even better idea. We should start interviewing each other about what we think about the protest."
Reporters #1 and #2: "You are absolutely right, that is an even better idea!"
As they split up, Reporter #3 says to Reporter #4: "I really wish you wouldn't upstage me like that all the time."
Reporter #4: "Will you forgive me if I make you the first one I interview?"
Reporter #3: "Oh, alright. I can just never stay mad at you, I swear!"