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Manny Bianco (Character)
from "Black Books" (2000)

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Black Books: Season 3: Episode 6 -- It's Friday night, Manny and Fran are determined to go out and do something for once. Bernard would rather stay at home, get drunk and ignore his friends. Manny insists they go to a party but in the drunken aftermath, out come secrets and bitterness.

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Manny is the ex- accountant employee at 'Black Books'... See more »
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  1. "Black Books"
        - Party (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
        - Travel Writer (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
        - A Little Flutter (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
        - Moo-Ma and Moo-Pa (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
        - Elephants and Hens (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
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From "Black Books: He's Leaving Home (#1.6)" (2000)
[having been arranged as an "escort" to a visiting Japanese businessman by a photographer]
Manny: There is no way I'm going to the casino, alright? Now look, you have given me everything that money can buy. Yes, I've slept on satin sheets, I've eaten crinkle-cut chips from a silver bowl, I've been driven all over town in minicabs. But there are some things that money can't buy. Like the love I found in a little bookshop off Russell Square. Yes, love. You know, not, well, not love so much more...
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