The staff deals with noisy new neighbors the floor above them. Catherine is unhappy with Bill after the way he reads a commercial and that he fakes endorsement over a product he's never tried.

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The staff deals with noisy new neighbors the floor above them. Catherine is unhappy with Bill after the way he reads a commercial and that he fakes endorsement over a product he's never tried.

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19 March 1997 (USA)  »

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In the tag, while Lisa chases the child who has taken her cellphone, their footsteps sound like shoes on a wood floor, even though the scene portrays a White House lawn. See more »

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Jimmy James: Why is she screwing this up? This is a no-brainer.
Dave Nelson: Well, if it was a no-brainer, I would have sent Matthew.
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Rocket Fuel malt liquor! Daaaamn!
12 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Despite having good material for the rest of the cast, this one's all about Bill and Catherine, with the former offering his likeness for a malt liquor sponsorship and the latter's disgust for his opportunism. What results is a number of classic Bill lines (not to mention a very memorable Hartman performance as a massive tool), but also a bit of real life humor; you can tell Khandi Alexander's just trying to keep from laughing as she's feeding Hartman more gibberish to spice up his radio ads. That's always a treat when even the actors succumb to the laughter.

Poor Lisa's stuck at the White House Easter egg hunt interviewing kids (pretty much an exile right there), but the ongoing feud between WNYX and the noisy upstairs neighbors has a sneaky payoff.

7/10


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