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College droupout Will Sherman works as a pizza delivery boy. One night he delivers a pizza at the house where the guy who ordered pizza was just killed. The murderer, Reed, soon realizes ... See full summary »
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For the final episode, The Beatle's "In My Life" played over a clip segment of the shows memorable moments. In versions aired throughout Europe and other countries, the music was changed to Shawn Colvin's version of the same song. Shawn Colvin had previously contributed to the show, her song "Nothin' On Me" was the shows theme tune in the second and third seasons. See more »
Of course I want to have kids. Everyone does.
No, no, not everyone...
Well, normal people! Normal people who haven't run off and gotten themselves neutered!
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I thought the season finale last night was really good; the tribute to David Strickland. I'm wondering how they're going to go about losing one of their stars. Newsradio lost Phil Hartman , and though that show wasn't as good as it was with him.
It's hard for me to watch Brooke Shields and Judd Nelson in a sitcom though. They're like big stars. Or Nelson WAS anyway. I've said I'd rather see him in a bad movie than watch him on here. But Kathy Griffin makes it a halfway decent show, though I'd rather be watching football on Monday nights
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