TV Anchorman: (wide shot of the TV news desk and three people) How many stand for the consulship?
TV Pundit: (male pundit) Three, they say, but 'tis thought of everyone that Coriolanus will carry it.
TV Anchorman: (to the male pundit) That's a brave fellow, but he's vengeance proud and loves not the common people.
TV Pundit: (male pundit) There have been many great men that have flattered the people who never loved them. Therefore, for Coriolanus, neither to care whether they love or hate him manifests the true knowledge he has in their disposition. And, out of his noble carelessness, lets them plainly see it.
TV Pundit: (female pundit) But he seeks their hate with greater devotion than they can render at him. Now to seem to desire the malice and displeasure of the people is as bad as that which he dislikes, to flatter them for their love.
TV Anchorman: (to the female pundit) Consider you what services he has done for his country?
TV Pundit: (female pundit) Very well. And I would be content to give him good report for it, but that he pays himself with being proud.
TV Pundit: (turns and admonishes the female pundit) Nay, but speak not maliciously. He hath deserve worthily of his country