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.
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won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as Bucky Bright. See more
There's a McHale's Navy
cast photo, which was an ABC show, on the corridor wall of an NBC building. See more
[Kenneth leads retired 1950s TV writer Bucky Bright to the writers' room
We used to call this the "Jew room."
The Stanley Cup appears in the credits as "Lord Stanley Cup," portrayed by Himself. See more
References McHale's Navy
We Didn't Start the Fire
Written and Performed by Billy Joel See more