NewsRadio: Season 2, Episode 4

The Breakup (31 Oct. 1995)

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In the aftermath of a big fight, Dave and Lisa are tricked into revealing their affair to the staff. Catherine learns Bill's real first name.

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In the aftermath of a big fight, Dave and Lisa are tricked into revealing their affair to the staff. Catherine learns Bill's real first name.

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Catherine Duke: How would you feel if I told everyone how old you were?
Bill McNeal: I can't say it would bother man.
Catherine Duke: Then how old are you?
Bill McNeal: I don't see how that is relevant to this conversation.
Catherine Duke: All right. When is your birthday?
Bill McNeal: That's getting a little personal, isn't it?
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