Jack asks Liz to book New York City's Subway Hero on the show, who turns out to be none other than Liz's clingy ex Dennis Duffy, aka "The Beeper King." Meanwhile,when a TV star from the '40s and '50s, Bucky Bright, is the only celebrity Jack can secure for a John McCain fundraiser, he tries to persuade Tracy to lend his star power to the Republican Party. Written by
Did You Know?
How Dennis Duffy became the "Subway Hero" is based off of the actions of Wesley Autrey
who saved a 19-year-old who was having a seizure in the same manner that Dennis Duffy did: throwing himself on top of the man. See more
There's a McHale's Navy
(1962) cast photo, which was an ABC show, on the corridor wall of an NBC building. See more
Jonathan's going to round up all the cool Republican celebrities.
Like who, Chuck Norris?
No, C-No and I had a falling out after I switched to another dojo.
We Didn't Start the Fire
Written and Performed by Billy Joel See more