Also of interest: Nasty Habits
I loved the series, especially Robert Vaughan as his oiliest villainous best. I particularly enjoyed seeing a bunch of well-known Hollywood liberals having the well-deserved times of their lives hamming it up and sticking it to their political enemies.
Those who enjoyed this series and aren't familiar with the 1977 film Nasty Habits http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076440/ might want to look the latter up--based on Muriel Sparks's novel The Abbess of Crewe, it could be best described as "Watergate with Nuns," with Glenda Jackson as a stand-in for Richard Nixon, Melina Mercouri as a globe-trotting Henry Kissinger, Sandy Dennis as John Dean, and an all-star cast of Hollywood liberals as stand-ins for identifiable Watergate characters.
I actually laughed out loud at Glenda Jackson's "You gentlemen of the press won't have Sister Alexandra to kick around any more," and "We could get the money--that wouldn't be a problem, but [leaning closer to the statuette of the Infant of Prague, which contains the hidden microphone] it would be wrong!"