Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert break up their partnership as movie critics, and each of them considers Jay as a potential replacement for the other.

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Jay Sherman (voice)
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Doris Grau ...
Doris Grossman (voice)
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Eleanor Sherman (voice)
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Various Characters (voice)
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Jeremy Hawke / Various Characters (voice) (as Maurice La Marche)
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Duke Phillips (voice)
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Alice Tompkins (voice)
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Various Characters (voice)
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Penny Tompkins (voice)
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Roger Ebert (voice)
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Gene Siskel (voice)
Rex Reed ...
Rex Reed (voice)
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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert break up their partnership as movie critics, and each of them considers Jay as a potential replacement for the other.

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12 March 1995 (USA)  »

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When Gene Siskel died in February 1999, Roger Ebert did a half hour tribute to his partner on their show and included a clip of their singing duet from this episode. See more »

Quotes

[Jay plays his answering machine]
Gene Siskel: [on machine] Hey, Jay! It's Gene Siskel. I've decided I'd like YOU to be my partner. Let me know if you're game so I can tell Rex Reed to get lost.
[beep]
Roger Ebert: [on machine] Jay, it's Roger Ebert. How'd you like to be my new partner? Give me a call so I can get Rex Reed out of my hair.
[beep]
Rex Reed: [on machine] Jay, it's Rex Reed. I don't care if you got the job. I've got a NEW partner.
[a monkey screeches on the tape]
Rex Reed: [on machine, proudly] That's right, Pauline Kael!
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