Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:
The cast and crew of NBC’s “1600 Penn” got a rare treat: a private screening at the White House on Wednesday, reports Emily Yahr. How did the rookie sitcom about a wacky first family score the honor? Probably has something to do with co-creator and executive producer Jon Lovett being a former speechwriter for President Obama. And how is the show? Not as hilarious as “Veep,” but it has some promise, says our critic Hank Stuever.
In other news: Jacob Lew, Obama’s pick for treasury secretary, has a loopy signature that everyone worries will look goofy on the dollar bill — but it just means he’s secretly the warm, cuddly type, says a graphologist.
Looking for today’s Reliable Source? Start here: ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ screening in Washington with Mark Boal, Kathryn Bigelow subdued by torture debate