Perhaps the best ongoing show in the Washington area -- outside of Capitol Steps -- is the drama surrounding the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority's governing board.  We wrote earlier about how MWAA's board was in the unique position of funding the legal costs of a board member, Dennis Martire, to fight his own removal from the board, because the story illustrates some important principles about how indemnification clauses between companies or organizations and executives can work.  Today, the Washington Post has reported that Mr. Martire is returning to the board (at least temporarily), thus putting an end to the litigation over his seat.  The Post also has an excellent article on a new addition to the agency: an ethics and accountability adviser sent to it by U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.