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Jimmy James
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Lisa Miller
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Joe Garrelli
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Catherine Duke
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Roger Edwards
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Dr. Smith
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After seriously injuring a hand, Matthew is in a hard spot not having any insurance, so Lisa comes up with a plan that Dave falsify a report. Bill causes a problem by repeatedly saying "penis" on air, both in a news story, and in a follow up apology for saying it. Written by Justin Boggan

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Comedy | Romance

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4 June 1997 (USA)  »

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Trivia

NBC was annoyed with the show for its entire run for a variety of issues, including recurring gags involving Matthew (Andy Dick) randomly knocking over items or pratfalling, the refusal of Simms to agree to have more multi-episode story arcs (or to introduce them and then quickly abandon them without explanation) and a show that wasn't aired until June because it was barred by network censors for excessive use of the word "penis". See more »

Goofs

Several references are made to the "Occupational Heath and Safety Administration." However, the actual name of the agency is the "Occupational Safety and Health Administration, as Mr. James refers to it by it's better known acronym, "OSHA." See more »

Quotes

Bill: I need you to sign off on today's installment of the McNeil Perspective. This one is kind of a hot topic.
Dave Nelson: Oh, really? Let me guess. Is this the third installment of your series on why people should be allowed to smoke in movie theaters like in the olden days?
Bill: No, no. I think I was really just preaching to the converted on that one. But it did generate some interesting mail.
Dave Nelson: Ah, yeah. Are you referring to the letter that described you as Andy Rooney without a sense of humor?
Bill: Nonsense. *Andy ...
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