When Catherine is out sick, Bill puts Joe on the air in her place, expecting him to do badly. At the same time, Beth is inexplicably fascinated by Mr James' weird, nerdy nephew.

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When Catherine is out sick, Bill puts Joe on the air in her place, expecting him to do badly. At the same time, Beth is inexplicably fascinated by Mr James' weird, nerdy nephew.

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This episode title references the Led Zeppelin album of the same name. See more »

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In the episode "Houses of the Holy", Matthew tells Dave that he is an only child. However, later on, in the episode "Twins", Matthew's "twin"/adopted brother (Jon Stewart) comes to visit WNYX. See more »

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Dave: So, you want to work in radio?
Theo: Anything is better than what I'm doing now.
Dave: What's that?
Theo: I give motivational speeches at corporate events.
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References Chinatown (1974) See more »

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Comedy Gold
24 December 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Though there has yet to be a single bad episode of the series, if you are this far in, and it's certainly one of the best comedy shows that have been made, when season two hit there were just some episodes in it that are pure comedy gold, and this was one of them.

The writing, the plotting, the lines, the delivery, the interactions between characters, just all come together to make this the oddball series that it was, in full comedic glory.

Jimmy's "weird" nephew, perfectly cast and not overdone; Bill's inability to tolerate anybody better than him, Beth's buyable and humorous rise and fall for the nephew, and of course the non speaking table in Dave's office that seems to succumb to the bellowing tones of Bill's voice in a delightfully funny way.


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