- High road and low road (Things)
"So, here's my thought: I'll go talk to the family tomorrow, and you talk to the waitress and the caterer."
"Ah...high road, low road. Got it."
The phrase "high road" usually refers to taking the ethical course of action, while its converse "low road" indicates the use of unscrupulous methods. Veronica means it in the sense of the elite versus the proletariat, as Keith interviews the "upstairs" Hearst family while she takes the "downstairs" help. They both came back full of information, but who got to Scotland afooooore ye?
- 3.08 "Lord of the Pi's"