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5th Dec '16 9:26:18 AM mlsmithca
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* JustOneMoreLevel: Dave retakes his [=SATs=] on a dare from Lisa, but unintentionally stays up all night before the exam playing an arcade game that was recently installed on the building (an old favourite, no less). When the results come in, he reveals he did the same thing when he originally took the tests.



* JustOneMoreLevel: Dave retakes his [=SATs=] on a dare from Lisa, but unintentionally stays up all night before the exam playing an arcade game that was recently installed on the building (an old favourite, no less). When the results come in, he reveals he did the same thing when he originally took the tests.
4th Dec '16 9:51:51 PM mlsmithca
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* GratuitousEnglish: Mr. James' book [[spoiler:Macho Business Donkey Wrestler]]



* HomemadeInventions: Joe's forte. In fact it's implied that Joe doesn't use ANYTHING he didn't just make in his garage. This often times applies to the individual parts as well, although he has cobbled together several frankenstein inventions.

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* HomemadeInventions: Joe's forte. In fact it's implied that Joe doesn't use ANYTHING he didn't just make in his garage. This often times applies to the individual parts as well, although he has cobbled together several frankenstein Frankenstein inventions.



* IntentionalEngrishForFunny: In "Super Karate Monkey Death Car", Jimmy has taken the fact that his autobiography, ''Jimmy James: Capitalist Lion Tamer'', is selling better in Japan than in the USA as a cue to have the Japanese edition [[RecursiveTranslation translated back into English]]. The results have... lost something in translation, starting with the new title, ''Jimmy James: Macho Business Donkey Wrestler''.
-->''[at a reading Jimmy is giving at a bookstore, where he is seeing the new edition of the book for the first time]''\\
'''Jimmy:''' ''[opens book to a bookmarked page and begins reading]'' "I had a small house of brokerage on Wall Street. Many days, no business comes to my hut. ''[confused]'' My... hut. But... Jimmy has fear? A thousand times no! I never doubted myself for a minute, for I knew that my... ''[even more confused]'' monkey strong bowels were... girded with strength, like the... loins of a dragon ribboned with fat and the opulence of buffalo... ''[turns page]'' dung."\\
''[later; the audience has dwindled to less than half its size, while Jimmy's face, tone of voice, and body language suggest he wants the ground to open up and swallow him]''\\
'''Jimmy:''' "Glorious sunset of my heart was fading. Soon, the... super karate monkey death car would... ''[Dave sighs]'' park in my space. ''[vainly attempts to sound energetic]'' But Jimmy has fancy plans!... And pants to match. ''[more audience members get up and leave]'' The monkey clown horrible karate... round and yummy, like a cute small baby chick, would... meet the donkey."



* RecursiveTranslation: Mr. James' biography sold so well in Japan, he had it translated ''back'' into English ''from'' the Japanese. As a result "Jimmy James, Capitalist Lion Tamer" became "Jimmy James, Macho Business Donkey Wrestler":
-->'''Jimmy:''' I had a small house of brokerage on Wall Street... many days no business come to my hut... but Jimmy has fear? A thousand times no! I never doubted myself for a minute for I knew that my monkey strong bowels were girded with strength like the loins of a dragon ribboned with fat and the opulence of buffalo... ''(turns page)'' dung....
--->''(later)''
-->...Glorious sunset of my heart was fading. Soon the super karate monkey death car would park in my space. But Jimmy has fancy plans... and pants to match. The monkey clown horrible karate round and yummy like cute small baby chick would beat the donkey.

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* RecursiveTranslation: Mr. James' biography sold so well in Japan, he had it translated ''back'' into English ''from'' In "Super Karate Monkey Death Car", Jimmy has taken the Japanese. As a result "Jimmy James, fact that his autobiography, ''Jimmy James: Capitalist Lion Tamer" became "Jimmy James, Tamer'', is selling better in Japan than in the USA as a cue to have the Japanese edition translated back into English. The results have... lost something in translation, starting with the new title, ''[[IntentionalEngrishForFunny Jimmy James: Macho Business Donkey Wrestler":
-->'''Jimmy:''' I
Wrestler]]''.
-->''[at a reading Jimmy is giving at a bookstore, where he is seeing the new edition of the book for the first time]''\\
'''Jimmy:''' ''[opens book to a bookmarked page and begins reading]'' "I
had a small house of brokerage on Wall Street... many days Street. Many days, no business come comes to my hut... but hut. ''[confused]'' My... hut. But... Jimmy has fear? A thousand times no! I never doubted myself for a minute minute, for I knew that my my... ''[even more confused]'' monkey strong bowels were were... girded with strength strength, like the the... loins of a dragon ribboned with fat and the opulence of buffalo... ''(turns page)'' dung....
--->''(later)''
-->...Glorious
''[turns page]'' dung."\\
''[later; the audience has dwindled to less than half its size, while Jimmy's face, tone of voice, and body language suggest he wants the ground to open up and swallow him]''\\
'''Jimmy:''' "Glorious
sunset of my heart was fading. Soon the Soon, the... super karate monkey death car would would... ''[Dave sighs]'' park in my space. ''[vainly attempts to sound energetic]'' But Jimmy has fancy plans... and plans!... And pants to match. ''[more audience members get up and leave]'' The monkey clown horrible karate karate... round and yummy yummy, like a cute small baby chick would beat chick, would... meet the donkey."
4th Dec '16 9:48:05 PM mlsmithca
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* InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals: Jon Lovitz played three separate characters during the show - Fred (no last name given), Mike Johnson, and Max Louis. The first two were one-off extras, only present for a single episode each (the former was an air traffic controller who occasionally fakes insanity to get a free vacation in the local mental hospital, the latter a suicidal ex-employee of Jimmy James), while the latter served as Bill [=McNeal's=] replacement following Phil Hartman's death.
** {{Lampshaded}}, and possibly subverted, when Max reveals that "Max Louis" [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname isn't actually his real name.]] His true name is never revealed, but he explains that he takes on a new name and persona whenever he changes jobs, suggesting that all three characters might actually be the same in-universe person.

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* InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals: Jon Lovitz played three separate characters during the show - Fred (no last name given), Mike Johnson, and Max Louis. The first two were one-off extras, only present for a single episode each (the former was an air traffic controller who occasionally fakes insanity to get a free vacation in the local mental hospital, the latter a suicidal ex-employee of Jimmy James), while the latter served as Bill [=McNeal's=] replacement following Phil Hartman's death.
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death. {{Lampshaded}}, and possibly subverted, when Max reveals that "Max Louis" [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname isn't actually his real name.]] His true name is never revealed, but he explains that he takes on a new name and persona whenever he changes jobs, suggesting that all three characters might actually be the same in-universe person.


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* IntentionalEngrishForFunny: In "Super Karate Monkey Death Car", Jimmy has taken the fact that his autobiography, ''Jimmy James: Capitalist Lion Tamer'', is selling better in Japan than in the USA as a cue to have the Japanese edition [[RecursiveTranslation translated back into English]]. The results have... lost something in translation, starting with the new title, ''Jimmy James: Macho Business Donkey Wrestler''.
-->''[at a reading Jimmy is giving at a bookstore, where he is seeing the new edition of the book for the first time]''\\
'''Jimmy:''' ''[opens book to a bookmarked page and begins reading]'' "I had a small house of brokerage on Wall Street. Many days, no business comes to my hut. ''[confused]'' My... hut. But... Jimmy has fear? A thousand times no! I never doubted myself for a minute, for I knew that my... ''[even more confused]'' monkey strong bowels were... girded with strength, like the... loins of a dragon ribboned with fat and the opulence of buffalo... ''[turns page]'' dung."\\
''[later; the audience has dwindled to less than half its size, while Jimmy's face, tone of voice, and body language suggest he wants the ground to open up and swallow him]''\\
'''Jimmy:''' "Glorious sunset of my heart was fading. Soon, the... super karate monkey death car would... ''[Dave sighs]'' park in my space. ''[vainly attempts to sound energetic]'' But Jimmy has fancy plans!... And pants to match. ''[more audience members get up and leave]'' The monkey clown horrible karate... round and yummy, like a cute small baby chick, would... meet the donkey."
4th Dec '16 8:24:30 PM mlsmithca
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An octopus-black satire and WorkCom airing on Creator/{{NBC}} from 199599, set at a New York news-talk radio station and starring Dave Foley (as news director and OnlySaneMan Dave Nelson), Phil Hartman (playing SmallNameBigEgo anchorman Bill [=McNeil=]), Andy Dick (Matthew Brock, TheDitz), Vicki Lewis (SassySecretary Beth), Stephen Root (EccentricMillionaire station-owner Jimmy James), Joe Rogan (Joe Garelli, a ConspiracyTheorist electrician with a propensity for HomemadeInventions) and Maura Tierney (neurotic overachiever Lisa Miller). Khandi Alexander played SassyBlackWoman Catherine Duke for three seasons before leaving for a bigger role on ''Series/{{ER}}'' (which Tierney also joined the cast of following this show's cancellation).

Though critically acclaimed, ''[=NewsRadio=]'' never got the recognition or UsefulNotes/{{ratings}} it deserved, in part because NBC apparently scheduled it by rolling dice each week.

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An octopus-black satire and WorkCom airing on Creator/{{NBC}} from 199599, set at a New York news-talk radio station and starring Dave Foley (as as news director and OnlySaneMan Dave Nelson), Phil Hartman (playing Nelson, whose co-workers included SmallNameBigEgo anchorman Bill [=McNeil=]), Andy Dick (Matthew Brock, TheDitz), Vicki Lewis (SassySecretary Beth), Stephen Root (EccentricMillionaire [=McNeil=] (Phil Hartman), [[TheDitz inept roving reporter]] Matthew Brock (Andy Dick), SassySecretary Beth (Vicki Lewis), EccentricMillionaire station-owner Jimmy James), Joe Rogan (Joe Garelli, a James (Stephen Root), ConspiracyTheorist electrician with a propensity for HomemadeInventions) and Maura Tierney (neurotic HomemadeInventions producer Joe Garelli (Joe Rogan), neurotic overachiever Lisa Miller). Khandi Alexander played Miller (Maura Tierney), and, for the first three seasons, SassyBlackWoman Catherine Duke for three seasons before leaving (Khandi Alexander, who left for a bigger role on ''Series/{{ER}}'' (which ''Series/{{ER}}''; Tierney also joined the cast of following this show's cancellation).her after ''[=NewsRadio=]'' was axed).

Though critically acclaimed, ''[=NewsRadio=]'' never got the recognition or UsefulNotes/{{ratings}} UsefulNotes/{{Ratings}} it deserved, in part because NBC apparently scheduled it by rolling dice each week.



* AccidentalMisnaming: Max Louis is initially incapable of learning anyone's name; he repeatedly calls Dave "Doug" and everybody else by a summary phrase (such as "brown-haired journalism woman" for Lisa). The first time he does call Dave Dave, he soon thinks he's made a mistake and apologetically uncorrects himself back to Doug.

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* AccidentalMisnaming: AccidentalMisnaming:
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Max Louis is initially incapable of learning anyone's name; he repeatedly calls Dave "Doug" and everybody else by a summary phrase (such as "brown-haired journalism woman" for Lisa). The first time he does call Dave Dave, he soon thinks he's made a mistake and apologetically uncorrects himself back to Doug.



* AlienAutopsy: Joe, Beth, and Matthew once act out a fake alien autopsy (with Matthew as the alien) in front of a 24-hour webcam for the radio station's website.
** Joe also claims to possess a tape of a genuine alien autopsy. In the Halloween episode, his costume is "alien autopsy surgeon".

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* AlienAutopsy: Joe, Beth, and Matthew once act out a fake alien autopsy (with Matthew as the alien) in front of a 24-hour webcam for the radio station's website.
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website. Joe also claims to possess a tape of a genuine alien autopsy. In the Halloween episode, his costume is "alien autopsy surgeon".



* AsHimself: Bob Costas, James Caan, Jerry Series/{{Seinfeld}}, [[Series/TheAndyGriffithShow George "Goober" Lindsey]], Creator/AdamWest, [[Music/PublicEnemy Chuck D.]]

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* AsHimself: AsHimself:
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Bob Costas, James Caan, Jerry Series/{{Seinfeld}}, [[Series/TheAndyGriffithShow George "Goober" Lindsey]], Creator/AdamWest, [[Music/PublicEnemy Chuck D.]]



* AuthorCatchPhrase: The producers found the word "gazizza" far funnier than the audience did.

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* AuthorCatchPhrase: AuthorCatchPhrase:
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The producers found the word "gazizza" far funnier than the audience did.



* CrossReferencedTitles: Bored with coming up with titles for their episodes, the writers resorted to naming the last nine episodes of Season 2 after Music/LedZeppelin albums[[note]] Though they miss ''Led Zeppelin III'' [[/note]]. And then in Season 3, they randomly named one episode "Led Zeppelin Boxed Set". See also IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming.

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* CrossReferencedTitles: CrossReferencedTitles:
**
Bored with coming up with titles for their episodes, the writers resorted to naming the last nine episodes of Season 2 after Music/LedZeppelin albums[[note]] Though they miss ''Led Zeppelin III'' [[/note]]. And then in Season 3, they randomly named one episode "Led Zeppelin Boxed Set". See also IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming.



* CurseCutShort: From "The Trainer".
-->'''Matthew:''' Hey, what part of Africa are you from?
-->'''Catherine:''' Shut up.
-->'''Matthew:''' No, seriously! Say something in African.
-->'''Catherine:''' Shut the f- (''show cuts to the next scene'')

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* CurseCutShort: CurseCutShort:
**
From "The Trainer".
-->'''Matthew:''' --->'''Matthew:''' Hey, what part of Africa are you from?
-->'''Catherine:''' --->'''Catherine:''' Shut up.
-->'''Matthew:''' --->'''Matthew:''' No, seriously! Say something in African.
-->'''Catherine:''' --->'''Catherine:''' Shut the f- (''show cuts to the next scene'')



-->'''Teacher:''' Take your elbows off the table.
-->'''Jimmy:''' Oh. What the hell.
-->'''Teacher:''' And don't say "hell".
-->'''Jimmy:''' Damn.
-->'''Teacher:''' And don't say "damn".
-->'''Jimmy:''' All right, but what the f- (''show cuts to the next scene'')

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-->'''Teacher:''' --->'''Teacher:''' Take your elbows off the table.
-->'''Jimmy:''' --->'''Jimmy:''' Oh. What the hell.
-->'''Teacher:''' --->'''Teacher:''' And don't say "hell".
-->'''Jimmy:''' --->'''Jimmy:''' Damn.
-->'''Teacher:''' --->'''Teacher:''' And don't say "damn".
-->'''Jimmy:''' --->'''Jimmy:''' All right, but what the f- (''show cuts to the next scene'')
2nd Dec '16 8:13:15 PM mlsmithca
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-->'''Dave:''' Of course, Matthew. [Flips paper over, revealing a picture of a man riding a flying ''Unicorn''.] In the event that a ''wizard'' casts a spell on us...
* CrossReferencedTitles: Bored with coming up with titles for their episodes, the writers resorted to naming the last nine episodes of Season 2 after Music/LedZeppelin albums[[labelnote:note]] Though they miss ''Led Zeppelin III'' [[/labelnote]]. And then in Season 3, they randomly named one episode "Led Zeppelin Boxed Set". See also IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming.

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-->'''Dave:''' Of course, Matthew. [Flips ''[Flips paper over, revealing a picture of a man riding a flying ''Unicorn''.] ]'' In the event that a ''wizard'' casts a spell on us...
* CrossReferencedTitles: Bored with coming up with titles for their episodes, the writers resorted to naming the last nine episodes of Season 2 after Music/LedZeppelin albums[[labelnote:note]] albums[[note]] Though they miss ''Led Zeppelin III'' [[/labelnote]].[[/note]]. And then in Season 3, they randomly named one episode "Led Zeppelin Boxed Set". See also IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming.



* DownerEnding: Pretty much. [[spoiler: Dave refuses to join Lisa, Beth, Joe, Max, and Jimmy in New Hampshire, leaving Dave all alone in the WNYX studio... or so he thought. Turns out Matthew was hiding under his desk and surprised him. So while Dave isn't alone, he's stuck with Matthew as his assistant, a guy who can't do much of anything except play computer solitaire. The OhCrap look on Dave's face pretty much says it all.]]
** WordOfGod states that if the show had been renewed, [[spoiler:the entire cast would have been transplanted to the new station in New Hampshire, so if you accept that as canon, you could reason that Dave and Matthew did end up joining the others after all.]]

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* DownerEnding: Pretty much. [[spoiler: Dave refuses to join Lisa, Beth, Joe, Max, and Jimmy in New Hampshire, leaving Dave all alone in the WNYX studio... or so he thought. Turns out Matthew was hiding under his desk and surprised him. So while Dave isn't alone, he's stuck with Matthew as his assistant, a guy who can't do much of anything except play computer solitaire. The OhCrap look on Dave's face pretty much says it all.]]
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]] WordOfGod states that if the show had been renewed, [[spoiler:the entire cast would have been transplanted to the new station in New Hampshire, so if you accept that as canon, you could reason that Dave and Matthew did end up joining the others after all.]]



-->Dave: I'm thinking of another word now.
-->Lisa: Does it start with a B?
-->Dave: No, I think we've [[CountryMatters moved a little past that]].

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-->Dave: --->'''Dave:''' I'm thinking of another word now.
-->Lisa:
now.\\
'''Lisa:'''
Does it start with a B?
-->Dave:
B?\\
'''Dave:'''
No, I think we've [[CountryMatters moved a little past that]].



-->Bill (Shocked): "Jimmy James shall be referred to here and in all future instances... as God."

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-->Bill (Shocked): -->'''Bill''' ''[Shocked]'': "Jimmy James shall be referred to here and in all future instances... as God."



-->Bill: What if the show wasn't set in a news station... but a space station? And what if we didn't deliver the news but the... space news.

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-->Bill: -->'''Bill:''' What if the show wasn't set in a news station... but a space station? And what if we didn't deliver the news but the... space news.



* MoonLandingHoax: * The "Balloon" episode has Jimmy James pretending to fly a hot air balloon around the world, but he was filming the whole thing inside a TV studio. Lisa finds out and calls him out on it.

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* MoonLandingHoax: * The "Balloon" episode has Jimmy James pretending to fly a hot air balloon around the world, but he was filming the whole thing inside a TV studio. Lisa finds out and calls him out on it.



* NewJobEpisode: Matthew at the coffee shop
** Also, when Matthew is revealed to be a rather talented dentist

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* NewJobEpisode: Matthew at the coffee shop
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shop. Also, when Matthew is revealed to be a rather talented dentistdentist.



*** Jimmy having a heated argument in Dave's office, wherein Dave asks if it's a tough business deal, to which Jimmy responds with something innocuous like 'No that was your mother, lovely lady,' or 'Nah, wrong number'.
** As Beth's absurdly low salary.
** And Joe's fondness for conspiracy theories.

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*** ** Jimmy having a heated argument in Dave's office, wherein Dave asks if it's a tough business deal, to which Jimmy responds with something innocuous like 'No that was your mother, lovely lady,' or 'Nah, wrong number'.
** As Beth's absurdly low salary.
** And Joe's fondness for conspiracy theories.



* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Max Louis for Bill [=McNeal=].
** To be fair, Jon Lovitz agreed to join the cast because he had been very close with Phil Hartman dating back into the early 80s and he wanted to pay tribute to his friend in what could be considered a real life CrowningMomentofHeartwarming.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Max Louis for Bill [=McNeal=].
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[=McNeal=]. To be fair, Jon Lovitz agreed to join the cast because he had been very close with Phil Hartman dating back into the early 80s and he wanted to pay tribute to his friend in what could be considered a real life CrowningMomentofHeartwarming.friend.



* ThatsWhatSheSaid: in "Led Zeppelin" when the rest don't know Dave and Lisa have broken up

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* ThatsWhatSheSaid: in In "Led Zeppelin" when the rest don't know Dave and Lisa have broken upup:



* TotallyRadical (parodied, ''Gazizza, my dilznoofus!'')
** "Seriously, everyone is totally bitchcakes today..."
* TrueCompanions: Sometimes less than obvious, sometimes almost brutally reinforced. Mr. James goes into a HeroicBSOD after he loses Bill in a poker game.
** Most notable in the episode where Mr. James gets an offer for the station. It's painfully obvious that James does not want to lose the station, or his friends, but it is against his principles to let his emotions guide his business. The end of the episode features the characters sitting around for hours trying to come up with excuses or alternative offers.

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* TotallyRadical (parodied, ''Gazizza, %%* TotallyRadical: Parodied. "Gazizza, my dilznoofus!'')
**
dilznoofus!"
%%**
"Seriously, everyone is totally bitchcakes today..."
* TrueCompanions: Sometimes less than obvious, sometimes almost brutally reinforced. Mr. James goes into a HeroicBSOD after he loses Bill in a poker game.
**
game. Most notable in the episode where Mr. James gets an offer for the station. It's painfully obvious that James does not want to lose the station, or his friends, but it is against his principles to let his emotions guide his business. The end of the episode features the characters sitting around for hours trying to come up with excuses or alternative offers.



* ViewersAreMorons (Super Karate Monkey Death Car)

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* ViewersAreMorons (Super %%* ViewersAreMorons: Super Karate Monkey Death Car)Car.



* ZeroGSpot: Dave's sexual fantasy is making love on the Space Shuttle...with a space prostitute.
** Although this may be true, he supposedly said this to make Lisa really mad, which is also one of his sexual fantasies.

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* ZeroGSpot: Dave's sexual fantasy is making love on the Space Shuttle...with a space prostitute.
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prostitute. Although this may be true, he supposedly said this to make Lisa really mad, which is also one of his sexual fantasies.
2nd Oct '16 8:02:23 PM nombretomado
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An octopus-black satire and WorkCom airing on Creator/{{NBC}} from 199599, set at a New York news-talk radio station and starring Dave Foley (as news director and OnlySaneMan Dave Nelson), Phil Hartman (playing SmallNameBigEgo anchorman Bill [=McNeil=]), Andy Dick (Matthew Brock, TheDitz), Vicki Lewis (SassySecretary Beth), Stephen Root (EccentricMillionaire station-owner Jimmy James), Joe Rogan (Joe Garelli, a ConspiracyTheorist electrician with a propensity for HomemadeInventions) and Maura Tierney (neurotic overachiever Lisa Miller). Khandi Alexander played SassyBlackWoman Catherine Duke for three seasons before leaving for a bigger role on ''{{ER}}'' (which Tierney also joined the cast of following this show's cancellation).

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An octopus-black satire and WorkCom airing on Creator/{{NBC}} from 199599, set at a New York news-talk radio station and starring Dave Foley (as news director and OnlySaneMan Dave Nelson), Phil Hartman (playing SmallNameBigEgo anchorman Bill [=McNeil=]), Andy Dick (Matthew Brock, TheDitz), Vicki Lewis (SassySecretary Beth), Stephen Root (EccentricMillionaire station-owner Jimmy James), Joe Rogan (Joe Garelli, a ConspiracyTheorist electrician with a propensity for HomemadeInventions) and Maura Tierney (neurotic overachiever Lisa Miller). Khandi Alexander played SassyBlackWoman Catherine Duke for three seasons before leaving for a bigger role on ''{{ER}}'' ''Series/{{ER}}'' (which Tierney also joined the cast of following this show's cancellation).
20th Sep '16 7:48:40 PM Captain_Tragedy
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** In one episode, Dave and Lisa are fighting after he called her a bitch:
-->Dave: I'm thinking of another word now.
-->Lisa: Does it start with a B?
-->Dave: No, I think we've [[CountryMatters moved a little past that]].
20th Sep '16 7:42:29 PM Captain_Tragedy
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** Though the layout of the stage remains the same all five seasons, the ''break room'' doesn't exist in season one. It's a room full of tapes and tape carts instead.
20th Sep '16 7:41:48 PM Captain_Tragedy
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** Though the layout of the stage remains the same all five seasons, the ''break room'' doesn't exist in season one. It's a room full of tapes and tape carts instead.
7th Jun '16 11:10:13 PM justanid
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* SetBehindTheScenes: of a 1990s UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity radio station.
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