NewsRadio: Season 2, Episode 7

Bill's Autobiography (21 Nov. 1995)

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Bill is offered a book deal to write his autobiography.



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Bill is offered a book deal to write his autobiography.

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21 November 1995 (USA)  »

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In the tease, Lisa sat down after revealing Bill's secret. The production team missed the fact that her character should not have known that now that Bill's book contract is staff knowledge, she no longer needed to see Dave in his office. See more »


Lisa Miller: What is this?
Dave: Bill's making a deal to write a book.
Lisa Miller: What kind?
Dave: Authobiography, sort of like that Howard Stern thing.
Lisa Miller: You mean about the ins and outs of lesbianism and sport spanking?
Dave: I certainly hope so.
Lisa Miller: I bet you do.
Dave: I'm just thirsty for knowledge.
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References School Daze (1988) See more »

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