In this pilot for a proposed new TV series, set on Trumaine University's radio station, W.H.I.P., DJ's Oliver Cole and Mark Campbell host several hours of unconventional and overlooked programming. After a probing interview, divulging the past of Trumaine's new dean of students, Steve Rhoades, both Oliver and Mark are kicked off the air and expelled from the college. Marcy arrives and upon hearing the news, she tries to get revenge against her ex-husband by leading a feeble on-air protest against their expulsion. But their protest doesn't attract much attention. Meanwhile, Bud is dating April Adams, a fellow student and intern from Marcy's bank, who is also being pursued by Nickolai Pushkin, a rugged, handsome basketball star from Russia. When Bud desperately attempts to seal April's affections away from Nickolai, Mark happens by and secretly broadcasts the conversation over the station and calls it "Hot Talk With April." Mark, Oliver and their new show become so popular that dozens ... Written by
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April, please choose me. Before I met you, a hot date was when one of my rubber women got her thigh stuck on a radiator.
In Chechnya, we cannot afford rubber woman. What I did was I draw happy face on an inner tube.
Hey, I don't blame you. I've seen Russian women!
[Nikolai rises from his chair and Bud follows suit only to face a hulking six-foot tall against his small frame
As long as you say you're sorry.
References Alexander Nevsky