Event Location(s): United States | Description: 18:31:17 While the White House continues to celebrate its largest ever legislative victory, opponents of health care reform have reacted to the final vote with anger, a few of them with threats of violence. EXT DAY WASHINGTON, DC MS: NBC News Savannah Guthrie reports on camera. 18:31:31 (1:45) INT IOWA EARLIER MS: President Barack Obama walks on stage. WS: People in audience clap. MS: During speech while removing his jacket Obama says "I got to take off my jacket when I'm in Iowa." Shot pans from audience to Obama at podium on stage. MS: During speech Obama says "They're actually going to run on a platform of repeal in November. You've been hearing that. And my attitude is, go for it." GFX: Insert shot of then Senator Obama on stage in Iowa is supered and becomes larger over shot from earlier of Obama on stage. GFX: In insert clip from 2007-05 speech Obama says "Now, we can do this. The climate is far different than it was the last time we tried this in the early '90s." INT IOWA Panning video from audience to Obama on stage. MS: Woman in audience. HIGH WS: Audience in front of stage. MS: NBC News Mike Viqueira reports on camera. MS: During speech Obama says "That's not in it." VO: As Obama stands at podium off screen voice says "Why not?" MS: During speech Obama says "Because we couldn't get it through Congress. That's why, so that--they--let's--but let's--there's no need to shout, young man." WS: Audience in front of Obama on stage. EXT DAY IOWA MS: Protester holds up sign. WS: Protesters at rally. MS: During interview protester Jenn Jones says "If it's so great, why does he have to keep doing it? Why does he have to keep trying to convince people? The majority of Americans don't want it." INT IOWA Video zooms out on Obama speaking at podum. BRIEF CUTS: People in audience. MS: During speech Obama says "Health care costs won't go down overnight. Not all the changes are going to be in place. There are still going to be aspects of the health care system that are very frustrating." EXT DAY WASHINGTON, DC MS: Guthrie reports and closes. 18:33:44 Members of Congress take a final look at health care reform. INT THE CAPITOL BUILDING MS: NBC News' Kelly O'Donnell reports. 18:34:13 (1:52) INT THE US SENATE EARLIER HIGH WS: Vice President Joe Biden sits at U.S. Senate leadership desk. MS: Speaking from leadership desk Biden says "The bill as amended is passed." HIGH WS: People on floor of the U.S. Senate. MS: During speech Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says "We're all tired. But this has been a legislative fight that will be in the record books." MS: Speaking on Senate floor Republican Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell says "We'd like to change the bill, and with a little help." HIGH WS: People on Senate floor. MS: During speech on Senate floor Republican Louisiana Senator David Vitter says "This does improve the bill. This does nothing to the underlying Obama care bill." MS: During speech Republican Idaho Senator James Risch says "I can't imagine anyone wanting to vote against this amendment. Let me tell you what we have here, Senators." GFX: Time lapsed video of people on floor of the U.S. Senate. GFX: Insert clips of Democratic Montana Senator Max Baucus saying "This is a killer amendment. A long series of killer amendments. This is the return of the killer amendment." INT US SENATE MS: Sitting at Senate leadership desk Democratic Wisconsin Senator Al Franken says "The vote is 56." GFX: Graphic depictions of Republican logo and Presidential seal with supers. GFX: Insert still of unidentified man and graphic depiction of the Presidential seal. INT WASHINGTON, DC WS: During speech Reid says "The American people have waited for this moment for a century." INT THE US SENATE HIGH WS: People on the Senate floor. INT CU: Late senator Ted Kennedy. MS: During speech Democratic North Dakota Senator Kent Conrad says "I know that Senator Kennedy is looking down with an incredible smile on his face as well." Video zooms in on Republican South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham speaking at podium. MS: During speech Graham says "So we got to repeal it, but we got to replace it." INT THE CAPITOL BUILDING MS: NBC News' Kelly O'Donnell reports and closes. 18:36:45 Police and the FBI are looking into the e-mails, phone calls and vandalism that have been reported by Democrats and Republicans. INT WASHINGTON, DC MS: NBC News' Pete Williams reports. 18:37:01 (1:47) EXT DAY NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK EARLIER Tracking shot as ambulance drives down street outside of a building. BRIEF CUTS: Emergency vehicles and personnel outside the offices of Democratic Representative Anthony Weiner. STILLS: Broken glass door. EXT DAY WASHINGTON, DC WS: People hang "Don't Tread On Me" flag from balcony. WS: Protesters. INT WASHINGTON, DC MS: During speech House Minority Leader John Boehner says "Threats and violence should not be part of a political debate. There are ways for people to channel their anger, and they should do it in a constructive way." INT US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES BRIEF CUTS: Republican Ohio Representative Jean Schmidt speaking on the House floor. AUDIO CLIP: Audio clip from Schumidt's voicemail of caller saying ": You and Boehner...(word censored by network)...that Mitch McConnell, all you racist...(word censored by network)...Republicans, why don't you all just change your party name to racist?" INT US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES MS: Republican Virginia Representative Eric Cantor speaking on the house floor. EXT DAY BRIEF CUTS: Window in office building housing Cantor's offices that was shot out. INT MS: During press conference Cantor says "Security threats against members of Congress is not a partisan issue and they should never be treated that way." EXT DAY WASHINGTON, DC MS: Police officers stand on roof of the U.S. Capitol. WS: Heavily armed police in street. MS: Police vehicle driving down street. EXT DAY NEW YORK BRIEF CUTS: Boarded up windows. INT MS: Man speaking. GFX: Graphic depiciton of lap top computer. STILLS: Broken glass door. INT WASHINGTON, DC MS: During interview Democratic South Carolina Representative James Clyburn says "Absolutely not at all. All of this is poppycock compared to what we faced back in the '60s, and so none of this is of any real concern to me at all." INT WASHINGTON, DC MS: NBC News' Pete Williams reports and closes. 18:39:24 Accusations of child abuse and cover-up against the church go back years, of course, with some disastrous consequences. But now for the first time there are questions that bring the scandal to the doorstep of the pope himself. EXT NIGHT SAINT PETER'S SQAURE VATICAN CITY WS: Large number of people gathered outside of the Vatican. MS: Pope Benedict MS: People in crowd. EXT DAY VATICAN CITY Panning shot of people holding up signs in Saint Peter's Square. CU: Sign featuring an image of the Pope. CU: Poster featuring images of children. WS: Man holds up poster. STILL: Reverend Lawrence Murphy (ph). EXT DAY VATICAN CITY Panning shot of photos of children. MS: Unidentified man points to photo and says "He assaulted this child here, this child here." EXT DAY CU: Sex abuse victim Arthur Brozynki. WS: During press conference as Brozynki looks on woman says "His innocence was stolen from him." CU: Document. SUPER: Shot of document is supered over video of the Archbishop of Mikwaukee Rembert Weakland (ph) speaking. SUPER: Shot of document is supered over shot of the Pope. EXT DAY VATICAN CITY Tilt shot of exterior of the Vatican. GFX: Insert stills of Weakland the Pope and unidentified Cardinal are supered over graphic depiction of a document. GFX: Insert still of Murphy and the Pope are supered over graphic depiction of a document. INT MS: The Pope walking during a religious procession. EXT NIGHT VATICAN CITY MS: NBC News' Stephanie Gosk reports. INT MUNICH, GERMANY HIGH WS: Then Arcbishop Benedict speaking to a child. EXT NIGHT Panning video of exterior of a building. INT CU: Religious statue. EXT DAY Panning video of exterior of a church. PARTIAL VO: During interview and as shot of exterior of church is seen Vatican expert George Weigel says "These documents and the German case will "incriminate" the pope, quote-unquote, only if people believe that the Catholic Church is a criminal conspiracy of sexual abusers. No reasonable person believes that." EXT NIGHT VATICAN CITY HIGH WS: People gathered in Saint Peter's Square. HIGH WS: People carrying a cross. MS: The Pope. VO: Gosk reports and closes from London. 18:41:43 EXT DAY MIAMI, FLORIDA Aerial shot of large number of people, wearing white, marching in street. 18:42:26 Commercials 18:42:26 Exelon Patch 18:43:26 Plavix 18:47:50 Boniva 18:48:50 Lyrica 18:49:50 Ford Vehicles 18:53:14 Aleve 18:53:44 Red Lobster 18:53:59 Round Up X 18:54:29 Prevacid 18:54:44 Aricept 18:44:55 While President Obama was daring his opponents to try to repeal health care reform today, some of those opponents were gathering in a small Western town and getting ready to push back politically. The tea party brigade is on the march again. This time they are starting in Senate majority leader Harry Reid's backyard. They are vowing ultimately to remove him from his Senate seat. EXT DAY SEARCHLIGHT, NEVADA Overhead shot zooms in on buildings. CU: Windmill. Panning video of road in barren area. Rack shot of cactus and road sign. Video zooms out from vehicle on road to Jack's Trading Post sign on awning. WS: Remains of a building. MS: Democratic Nevada Senator Harry Reid walking. PARTIAL VO: During interview and as shot of sage brush blowing through a barren area is seen Tea Party member Diana Kendall says "He's done a lot of things that the--that the Americans are upset about, so why not start in his backyard?" Video zooms in on Kendall and NBC's Lee Cowan walking through a barren area. INT 2009 WS: People hold up McCain/Palin campaign placards at rally. MS: Then Alaska Governor Sarah Palin waving from stage. EXT DAY SEARCH LIGHT Video zooms out on a barren area. MS: Rear shot of bus stopped on a rural road. MS: During interview tea party member Bob Thompson says "Oh, yes." WS: Thompson drives up in 55 Thunderbird vintage car. MS: During interview Thompson says "Nothing you can print." Video zooms in on camper being towed. WS: RVs in a parking lot. Panning video of exterior of El Rey Motel. EXT DAY LAKE MOJAVE BRIEF CUTS: Houseboats. EXT DAY SEARCHLIGHT MS: Cowan reports on camera. INT CASINO WS: Casino owner Berly Doing (ph) speaks with Cowan BRIEF CUTS: Man playing a slot machine. MS: During interview Doing says "Why in the world would they want to come here? They don't know him." INT Video zooms in on Searchlight Justice Of The Peace Stan Colton working at desk. MS: During interview Colton says "I'm not really, you know, gleeful that's somebody's going to come here specifically to knock on my friend." EXT DAY SEARCHLIGHT Video zooms in on American flag blowing in the wind. BRIEF CUTS: Vehicles drive down street. Tilt shot of Searchlight Nevada sign. VO: Cowan report and closes from Searchlight. 18:46:48 INT PRAIRIE LIGHTS BOOKSTORE IOWA CITY, IOWA WS: President Barack Obama stands near reporters. MS: Obama speaks with woman. 18:50:50 STILL: Recording artist Johnny Maestro. INT CU: A record. STILLS: Maestro and others. 18:52:38 EXT DAY NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK EARLEIR Aerial shot of police officers pulling coyote from between parked vehicles and placing it in a pet carrier. 18:56:01 EXT DAY ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETARY ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA WS: People marching during National Medal Of Honor Day ceremony. WS: Medal Of Honor receipents posing for a photograph. WS: Medal Of Honor receipents lay wreath at tomb of the unknown soldier. WS: Medal Of Honor receipents saluting. Video zooms out on man speaking at podium. 18:56:50 A self self-confessed computer geek uses in expensive equiptment to take NASA qaulity photos of the Earth. INT GREAT BRITAIN MS: Robert Harrison, used camera and balloon to take photos of the Earth, looks at computer. STILL: Harrison. STILL: The Earth from Space. EXT DAY VO: While holding up items he used to take the photos Harrison says "You have a camera, simple point and click camera. A Canon, 50 quid on eBay." CU: GPS tracker inside the box where the camera sits. CU: Photographic device. STILLS: Ballon being filled. Balloon and camera floating into the air. English countryside. INT BRIEF CUTS: Harrison and man looking at computer. VO: As close up shot of computer monitor is seen Harrison says "You got the bottom part of the UK. And then France is underneath there, underneath the cloud there." STILLS: The Earth from Space. Landscape. Tracking device. Harrison's photographic device. INT MS: NBC News' Mike Taibbi reports. EXT DAY (NASA) WS: Space shuttle taking off. EXT SPACE (NASA) BRIEF CUTS: Space Shuttle orbiting the Earth. STILL: The Earth from Space. INT MS: During interview Hayden Planetarium Astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson says "If the government needed to do it, they can get tips from backyard entrepreneurs on how to do it more cheaply." GFX: Insert still of MIT website. STILL: Harrison holding camera. STILL: The Earth from Space. EXT DAY MS: During interview Harrison says "Because I now know the earth is round and that space is indeed black." VO: Taibbi reports and closes from New York.