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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When Beth calls Bill from afar by the name Ernie ("Hey Ernie, F. Scott and Zelda would like to see you"), Bill has no way of knowing that he is requested in Dave's office. Yet he goes to the office. See more »

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Bill: What's so interesting about radio?
Dave: I think radio is a fascinating medium.
Bill: You're from Wisconsin. Artificial light is fascinating to you.
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References School Daze (1988) See more »

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