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A Gentleman Always Leads 

Chuck wants to get the top story in the newscast because he wants to impress his old friends who are in town for a convention, but Kelly doesn't want to give it up.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Greg (as James Micheal Connor)
Marvin (as Kareem Grimes)
Stage Manager (as Maurice Smith)


After overhearing some acquaintances saying behind his back he's pitiful, playing second fiddle with local nobody Kelly, Chuck is dead-eager to be seen as the leading anchor-man. So he wants the most exciting story to cover. Only, which is, the one he initially commandeers or the one he left for Kelly, who may be playing as dirty tricks on him? Menawhile Marsh steals Montana's lovely apprentice-assistant, promising her his neighbor Troy's dead-eager grandson, but lazy old Troy turns up himself and neither seems to dare sack him. Written by KGF Vissers

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10 October 2007 (USA)  »

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A Gentleman Always Leads is another funny episode of "Back to You"
11 October 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

As Chuck waits for a ride on an elevator at his hotel, he meets a couple of network news guys who are having a meeting at Carnegie Hall. They complement him for getting back his anchor job at his old stomping grounds before parting as Chuck goes to his ride. Once the elevator goes back up, those same guys come on and Chuck overhears what they really think of him: They think he's reached bottom. So Chuck becomes determined to scoop Kelly on the top story that evening. Meanwhile, Montana's intern spends too much time with Marsh. Marsh resolves to get a new one for her. He turns out to be a very old man...The one-upmanship is pretty hilarious between Chuck and Kelly. Kelly's line about the dingoes especially made me laugh. And wait till you hear the voice of the camping victim on the live newscast! The intern subplot was mildly amusing though it's nice to see Bill Macy as the old man. By the way, where's Gary? Better episode than last weeks, though the show could see some more improvement. Glad Fox is still sticking to it!

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