An attractive young anchor from a rival station asks Kelly out on a date. Chuck immediately jumps to the conclusion that he is only trying to steal her from the station and that he couldn't possibly be serious about her.



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Gary enjoys using his harshest humor on a convention of people who enjoy just dressing as animals, but they end up ganging up against him. When younger, suave rival anchorman Craig St. Claire, irresistible to women and gays like Ryan, asks Kelly on a date, self-absorbed Chuck assumes it's a move to steal his co-anchor. Written by KGF Vissers

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27 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Business or Pleasure was an okay episode of "Back to You"
13 March 2008 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Rival station news anchor Craig St. Claire is at the same restaurant that Chuck, Kelly, and the rest of the news crew are eating at. He introduces himself to them and asks Kelly on a date in front of them. Chuck immediately thinks he's trying to raid Kelly as his new co-anchor and makes news director Ryan call him to find out more info. Turns out Craig's contract is renewed and he's only interested in getting to know Kelly. Meanwhile, Gary insults an animal convention for his story and Marsh keeps trying lame closings for his sports segments...Not as funny as the previous episode (and Marsh's various closings are really lame) but it's a nice showcase for Kelsey Grammar and Patricia Heaton in exploring their characters' history together with Chuck admitting how egotistical he can be and Kelly wondering what her date with this younger man who happens to be a rival anchor is going to be like. Also was amusing seeing Montana being really flirtatious concerning Craig before acting jealous after he goes to Kelly. And many of Gary's insults to the animal-costumed people were pretty funny. Another pre-strike episode that got good ratings following an "American Idol" episode. Post-strike episodes of "Back to You" will later air starting on April 16.

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