NewsRadio: Season 3, Episode 12

Rap (8 Jan. 1997)

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Tentions arise in the office after Lisa is named cutest reporter in New York, in a local magazine. After Joe alerts Bill that he's had his treble all the way down in his car and turns it up... See full summary »

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Tentions arise in the office after Lisa is named cutest reporter in New York, in a local magazine. After Joe alerts Bill that he's had his treble all the way down in his car and turns it up, Bill becomes shocked and outraged over the lyrics rap music has, previously not hearing them without the treble. Written by Justin Boggan

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Jimmy yells at Lisa and comments that the Constitution was an advertisement for liberty. He quotes the wrong "advertisement" and quotes the Declaration of Independence, specifically the famous "When in the course of human events." See more »

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Bill McNeal: Children could buy this. So could the elderly. I want to do an editorial piece on this, draw a line in the sand, as it were.
Dave Nelson: May I make a suggestion?
Bill McNeal: Shoot.
Dave Nelson: Do the editorial, invent a time machine, go back to the year 1988, and you could actually be one of the first thousand journalists to break this story.
Bill McNeal: You'd like that, wouldn't you? It's too hot. You don't want to burn your fingers. American eyes must be open to this!
Dave Nelson: All right, but promise me one thing. Stay away from the Lambada. That ...
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References Wall Street (1987) See more »

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Lyrics by Rance
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