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The Chicken Is Making My Back Hurt 

When the Gambling Commission receives what it considers too many complaints on Ed, the board forces him to attend Anger Management. Mike considers asking for a loan from Ed in order to buy ... See full summary »

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Ed Deline
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Danny McCoy
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Mary Connell
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Mike Cannon
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Sam Marquez
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Delinda Deline
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Keith Mannix
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Dr. Sassen
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Jimmy Willis
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Detective Williams (as Leith Burke)
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Gunman #1
Ruth Silveira ...
Older Woman
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Young Guy
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Sharon HR Lady
Tom Simmons ...
Agent Lewis
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When the Gambling Commission receives what it considers too many complaints on Ed, the board forces him to attend Anger Management. Mike considers asking for a loan from Ed in order to buy his new condo. Danny searches for an employee who is in so much need of money that he's willing to gamble with his life. Dalinda feels the need to do something with her life, and Sam gets jealous when one of her high profile big spenders comes to town and wants to take Mary to dinner instead of her. Written by Moviedude1

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When Mike tells the bank robber where his money is, he says that it is in Room 1222. But, the room that they actually enter is 5123. See more »

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Performed by Leo Sayer and Vini Poncia
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