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The Injury 

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 "... See full summary »

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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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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 »

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Matthew has previously stated he has two cats, yet neither can been seen when Dave and Lisa are in his very small apartment. See more »

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Bill: When I was driving to work this morning, I was listening to another radio station as we broadcasters sometimes do. What I heard shocked and saddened me. I heard a broadcaster, who will go unnamed, use the word penis on the air. At nine in the morning, not just once but twice, he said... that word twice. Now as a broadcaster freedom of speech is my bread and butter, but I'm also a big fan of a little thing called decency, the meat in the broadcasting sandwich. I am personally outraged by the ...
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