NewsRadio: Season 3, Episode 13

Led Zeppelin Boxed Set (15 Jan. 1997)

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Once again, Bill has humiliated Matthew. This time however, Matthew punches Bill in the face, which makes him act like he owns the place.



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Once again, Bill humiliates Matthew and once again, Matthew starts to cry and he locks himself up in Dave's office. After a talk with Dave, Matthew punches Bill out! To his own surprise, Matthew likes this rough side of himself and starts behaving like he owns the place. A suddenly very humble Bill is the only one who likes this character change. Meanwhile, Mr. James has a problem: He has lost some money when playing a card game with some crooked dealers. He asks Catherine for help because he wants to win from them. Written by Marco van Hoof <>

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Comedy | Romance





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Matthew: Are you coming, Joe?
Joe Garrelli: What's the book?
Matthew: Moby Dick.
Joe Garrelli: Read it.
Matthew: Good, then you can discuss it.
Joe Garrelli: The only reason to discuss a book is to prove that you've read it, and I read it. The whale eats Gregory Peck, end of discussion.
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