Love Monkey (2006– )
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Tom is excited to hear his old record label is selling off a whole collection of artists he still believes in, especially Gordon Decker, who proves very moody for personal reasons. Jake ... See full summary »

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Tom Farrell
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Bran Lowenstein
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Shooter Cooper
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Jake Dunne
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Julia
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Karen Freed
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Mike Freed
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Phil Leshing
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Dana
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Jeff
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Scott Tucker
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Gordon Decker
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Crystal Sloane
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Paul (as John Gallagher)
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Tom is excited to hear his old record label is selling off a whole collection of artists he still believes in, especially Gordon Decker, who proves very moody for personal reasons. Jake Dunne gets true fan Luther as apprentice. Nearly choking in a restaurant is the start of a new affair with an MD for Tom. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama | Music

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TV-14
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9 May 2006 (USA)  »

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When Jake argues with his intern Luther about whether a certain baseball fielding play had been a single or an error, Luther contends that, "The ump blew the call." Baseball umpires do not make scoring decisions, that is the job of the official scorer. See more »

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Just To Prove it To You
Written by Penny Framstad, David Stevenson Fisher and Douglas Soref
Performed by Lily Bomb
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