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Dial M for Laptop 

The case of the missing laptop and the credit card scam.

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Jenny Barker
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George Bender
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Frank Santorelli ...
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Peter Jacobsmeyer
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The case of the missing laptop and the credit card scam.

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5 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Andy Barker: This is gonna go down fast. Girls like Loretta have a radar for sniffing out the biggest dork in the place...
Loretta Crispin: Hi there.
Andy Barker: Oh! Hi, hey!
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Dial M for Laptop is another amusing episode of Andy Barker P.I.
21 April 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Andy has been working on his father-in-law's (David Huddleston) tax return on the night before it's due. Just as he's about to finish, some men take his computer out in exchange for some "dirty" photos of a former client of Lew's. Turns out Lew forgot to inform Andy about all this. Now Andy vows to get his laptop back even if he has to meet a woman named Loretta Crispin (Tracy Lords)...Pretty amusing, if not hilarious episode. I loved some of the lines of Tony Hale's Simon and Harve Presnell's Lew the best. The Lords character also goes by the name "Geneva" who supposedly is on her way to a convention and I guess you can figure what joke goes here...Like I said, it was pretty amusing but about this time NBC announced there would be no more episodes after the next two airs so Mr. Richter seems to have struck out on television after previously failing with "Andy Richter Controls the Universe" (which I liked) and "Quintuplets" (which I didn't). Maybe he'll do better in movies or even appear again as Sad Dad in "The New Adventures of Old Christine"...


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