Bill announces he's adopting a baby.

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Bill tells the staff he'll be adopting a baby. Dave, Lisa and Joe think this is a bad idea and Dave and Lisa try to talk Bill out of it. They even take him to a park where Bill turns out to be a true children's friend, which makes Dave think Bill might be a good dad after all. Meanwhile, Mr. James is auctioning himself at a charity event and because he's afraid women might not bid (much) on him, he asks Beth to play a duchess and come to the charity event so she can force up the price. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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baby | park | duchess | children | gym | See All (55) »

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Comedy | Romance

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6 January 1998 (USA)  »

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Beth: What's the charity?
Jimmy: A $500 dinner for orphans.
Beth: What kind of cruel charity charges orphans $500 to eat dinner?
Jimmy: No, the money goes to the orphans.
Joe: Sure it does.
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When the characters lose, we all win
27 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bill's announcement that he's having a baby is the main attraction of 'Look Who's Talking' (which naturally leaves the staff confuse and Dave incredulous) and it's exactly what you'd expect from a Bill story line; an inflated ego complemented by classic McNeal petulance. The ending of which is completely fitting on all fronts.

But it's the other story that brings me the most laughs. Jimmy James' enlists Beth's help to make him look good at a charity bachelor auction (portrait of Vicki Lewis hamming it up as bourgeoisie) and the look on Mr. James' face is perfect when Beth's M.I.A. and it's Joe doing the bidding. As ruined plans go, it's a beauty.

8/10


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