In the series finale, Jimmy James shock jocks WNYX by returning from his titanic retirement cabin. Homesick James adores his farm's pet sounds, but pines for the blue, flaming news zoo's ... See full summary »

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In the series finale, Jimmy James shock jocks WNYX by returning from his titanic retirement cabin. Homesick James adores his farm's pet sounds, but pines for the blue, flaming news zoo's beastly noise, and Dave's mom. To shed his two-tone mourning jacket, he begs Dave to run his new tiny, tinny New Hampshire radio station. But now, ex-cheese-head Dave loves the Big Apple, and gets an evil urge to unload cat-loving Matthew via bait and switch. Will other news crew kiss off the great escape artist's golden call of the wild to his green acres ? Is this an alien conspiracy? Written by David Stevens

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Paul Simms never expected or intended for the show to really move all the characters to New Hampshire for a 6th season. He was so sure that NBC was going to cancel the series after its 5th season finale (which is what happened) that he deliberately wrote a final story that blew up the entire series, making a point about how TV series finales so often had ridiculous conclusions that didn't fit in any way with what had made the show successful. See more »

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Joe Garrelli: You can't let Mr. James take away Matthew. He's not his little puppet for his amusement. He has a very important role here.
Dave Nelson: As what?
Joe Garrelli: The little puppet that amuses me.
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