The New York Times' Juliet Macur reports that the small stall where Olympic ice skaters wait to receive their scores is commonly now known in TV terms as "the kiss-and-cry" area. According to the article, "Dick Button, a two-time Olympic champion and longtime skating commentator, said the kiss-and-cry was made for unscripted moments. 'It’s television, honey, come on,” Button said. It’s what makes television.'"
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