NewsRadio: Season 3, Episode 22

The Real Deal (7 May 1997)

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After Bill's new radio show, The Real Deal With Bill McNeal gets canned for low ratings, Bill and co-host Lisa struggle to find a surprise guest to peak Mr. James' interest. Matthew announces to the staff he's still a virgin.

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After Bill's new radio show, The Real Deal With Bill McNeal gets canned for low ratings, Bill and co-host Lisa struggle to find a surprise guest to peak Mr. James' interest. Matthew announces to the staff he's still a virgin.

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Jerry Seinfeld: How do I know you won't just chop it up and make me look foolish?
Bill McNeal: Come on, Jerry, you know me.
Jerry Seinfeld: Again, Bill, no I don't.
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