After his sentencing in federal court, Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall announced that she would not prosecute Loughner on behalf of the state of Arizona. LaWall explained that her decision would afford the victims and their families, as well as the community in Tucson and Pima County, an opportunity to move forward with their lives. She said that, after speaking and consulting personally with each of the surviving victims and with the family members of those killed, it was clear that they would not be benefitted by a state prosecution. Surviving victims and family members told LaWall that they are "completely satisfied with the federal prosecution", that "justice has been served", and that the federal sentence is "suitably severe". 
Wind Chill Winds
After making an offer on a five-bedroomed bastard house, Alan goes to a meeting with his old nemesis Tony Hayers to plead his case for a second series. Seeing Alan brazenly brownnosing is always a treat and he tries desperately to remain on his best behaviour throughout the meeting, even going as far as to pretend he likes wine if it will impress Tony. His pitches for alternative TV show vehicles are the stuff of legend. “Arm-wrestling with Chas and Dave”, “youth-hostelling with Chris Eubank” and of course “inner-city Sumo” are all suggested but to no avail. Then comes the pièce de résistance, as a flustered Alan jabs his fork into a big block of cheese and offers Tony a smell. When Tony refuses, Alan thrusts it into his face and utters the unforgettable line “smell my cheese you mother!” This is Alan at his most frustrated and the scene is made even funnier by his embarrassed run out of the building.