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"The Onion News Network" Congress Debates Merits of New Catchphrase (2008)

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Carol Kolb (head writer)
Dan Mirk
Original Air Date:
17 April 2008
Rep. William Cummings (D-VA) defends his use of the slang word "pronk" as a legitimate catchphrase. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast)
William Cummings ... Himself - Congressman (as Rep. William Cummings)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Will Graham 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Carol Kolb  head writer
Dan Mirk 

Produced by
Julie Smith Clem .... producer (as Julie Smith)
Claudina Del Guidice .... producer
Matt Morrison .... line producer
Cinematography by
Christopher Cannucciari 
Film Editing by
J.J. Adler 
Casting by
Elisa Lee 
Thompson Milam 
Production Design by
Kristen Adams 
Art Direction by
Keri Lee 
Costume Design by
Stephanie Farah 
Visual Effects by
Chris Ervine .... lead designer
Jj Shebesta .... visual effects
Other crew
Todd Beiber .... footage coordinator
Maxwell Frey .... production coordinator
Grant Jones .... post production coordinator
Chris Kelly .... location coordinator
Elizabeth Koe .... footage coordinator
Benjamin Moses Smith .... post production coordinator
Series Cast
These people are regular cast members. Were they in this episode?
Duncan Birch ... Himself
Michael Bannon ... Himself
Andrea Bennett ... Herself

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