A fellow reporter refers to Les as a "queer duck" when Les demonstrates his usual lack of understanding about sports and one of the athletes misunderstands and gets Les banned from the ... See full summary »

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A fellow reporter refers to Les as a "queer duck" when Les demonstrates his usual lack of understanding about sports and one of the athletes misunderstands and gets Les banned from the locker room. When Les finds out, he reacts badly. But, at least he learns who his friends are... Written by LA-Lawyer

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2 October 1978 (USA)  »

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When he's out on the ledge, Les quotes passages from two Shakespeare plays. The first is the famous "To be or not to be" soliloquy from Hamlet. The second is a passage from Act 3, Scene 2 of Henry VIII. See more »

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When Herb leans out the window and tells Les, "You know, I thought about it and it's okay if you're gay," the word "gay" doesn't match his lip movement. He actually said, "it's ok if you're a homo." See more »

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Les Nessman: The doctor says that Herb can go home in a week.
Jennifer Elizabeth Marlowe: I know, I saw him too.
Les Nessman: Did he seem all right to you?
Jennifer Elizabeth Marlowe: As well as can be expected.
Les Nessman: Well, I think he must have hit that net head-first. He kept asking me the same question over and over again. This is pretty complicated, but he wanted to know: if a guy dates a girl who used to be a guy, but isn't anymore, what does that make the guy who dates the girl who used to be a guy?
[pause, Jennifer looks at Johnny]
Johnny 'Dr. Fever' Caravella: That's a toughy.
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They Called It Rock
Written by Nick Lowe and Dave Edmunds
Performed by Nick Lowe
Played by Johnny Fever at the episode's intro
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