NewsRadio: Season 4, Episode 8

Stupid Holiday Charity Talent Show (16 Dec. 1997)

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Because of a bet he made, Mr. James promises to rehire Matthew if somebody from WNYX wins a talent show.



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Throwdini (as Kevin Hamilton McDonald)


Mr. James has made a bet with Ted Turner that someone from WNYX will win a talent show. However, the act Mr. James had in mind can't perform on the show and he tells Dave and the others that he'll rehire Matthew if somebody wins the talent show. Bill and Beth start a musical act, Joe has an act where he hits things really hard without hurting his hand and Lisa can solve any complex mathematical equation. Dave also has an act, but won't do it and won't tell what it is because he thinks he'll be laughed at. Written by Marco van Hoof <>

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Comedy | Romance





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16 December 1997 (USA)  »

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Jimmy James: So, Lisa, are you going to wow us tonight?
Lisa Miller: If I have to, sir.
Jimmy James: So what do you do? Gymnastics? Flaming baton twirling?
Lisa Miller: Without mechanical help of any kind, I can solve any complex mathematical equation suggested by the audience.
Jimmy James: That's great, if you go out nude and leave out the math part.
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Makin' Whoopee
Written by Walter Donaldson and Gus Kahn
Performed by Bill and Beth
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