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Bill McNeal (Character)
from "NewsRadio" (1995)

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NewsRadio: :  -- US Home Video Trailer from Sony Pictures

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A sadistic radio personality, that takes joy in the downfall of others... See more »

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  1. "NewsRadio"
        - Sinking Ship (1998) TV episode, Played by Phil Hartman
        - Jackass Junior High (1998) TV episode, Played by Phil Hartman
        - 4:20 (1998) TV episode, Played by Phil Hartman
        - Monster Rancher (1998) TV episode, Played by Phil Hartman
        - Copy Machine (1998) TV episode, Played by Phil Hartman
          (70 more)

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From "NewsRadio: The Cane (#2.9)" (1995)
[Bill leaves Dave's office in frustration at not having found his cane. Dave subtly steps in front of the window]
Bill: You stepped in front of the window. Dave: I did what? When I moved to the door you moved in front of the window as if you were protecting something.
Dave: Ok, Bill. Bill, I'm asking you to leave.
Bill: You taped it to the side of the building or under the window sill! I read your book, you magnificent bastard!
Dave: Ok, Bill. I-I-I-I'm now I'm now ordering you to leave!
Bill: I'll leave, but first I'm looking out that window.
Dave: Bill, you're gonna feel pretty stupid when it's not out there.
Bill: It's out there. I know it's out there!
Dave: Bill? yes, Dave? I stole your cane!
[Dave walks to the window, reaches outside and retrieves Bill's cane from under the window sill]
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