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This sitcom on NBC stars Al Franken as Al Freundlich, a vain reporter for the fictional news program "Lateline." Robert Foxworth stars as Pearce McKenzie, the anchor of "Lateline." Vic Karp is the show's executive producer. This spoof of "Nightline" showcases numerous real life politicians, and real Washington bigwigs. Written by
[they enter the studio, and stand next to the desk Pierce sits in. Andy is, for some reason, clad only in a bathrobe]
Pierce should be on his way, but um... In the meantime you guys maybe could rehearse for the cameras?
Yeah, uh, Andy, maybe you should rehearse naked, so the lighting guys can prepare for your glare?
[takes off his bathrobe, revealing that he is wearing very little]
[explaining to a surprised Gale]
Oh, see, the network won't let me work totally naked any more, so I wear a ...
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Megyn Price was the selling point for me on LateIine. She was smart, witty, sassy, not to mention incredibly sexy. She was a fantastic dresser, had a terrific figure, and exreamly attractive. I was very sorry to see this funny, entertaining show cancelled so early on, but I was especially sorry to see Megyn Price's character go. We wouldn't see her on TV's major running for a few years until she became a young mother on Fox's GROUNDED FOR LIFE. However, her costume department wasn't nearly as talented as her old one on LateLine. As far as female office characters go, she was one of the best. Forget Mary Tyler Moore's character, Price's Gale is the finest comedic women on TV. One to put in TV's history books.
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