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Andrea forces the staff to take lie detector tests. Lisa fears she will not pass the test due to her extensive criminal past. Jimmy has his book, which failed in the U.S., translated into Japanese then back into English.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of NewsRadio from 46 votes.
A fire in the building sets everyone's nerves on edge. Bill tries to escape. Dave and Lisa get back together. Mr. James continues his wife search.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of NewsRadio from 3 votes.
Dave, Bill and Mr. James work on a promotional spot. Lisa helps Joe study for a test. Matthew tries to sign up people for a summer house in the Hamptons.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of NewsRadio from 54 votes.
A new coffee shop is opened on the first floor of the Criterion Building. Matthew becomes obsessed with Scott Adams' Dilbert cartoon.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of NewsRadio from 57 votes.
After announcing they've broken up, Lisa decides she'll only communicate with Dave in writing.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of NewsRadio from 58 votes.
When Bill and producer Lisa's new show 'The Real Deal' is on the verge of cancellation, they do everything in their power to recruit Jerry Seinfeld to appear. Matthew reveals that he's never gone 'all the way' before.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of NewsRadio from 39 votes.
Bill tries to get an exclusive on-air story when a suicidal man is perched outside Dave's window.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of NewsRadio from 47 votes.
Bill is committed to an asylum when he's judged mentally incompetent. Lisa is forced to do the 'McNeal Perspective' with Joe in Bill's absence.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of NewsRadio from 41 votes.
Dave tries to get Matthew rehired amidst chaos. Andrea hires a man to share Dave's Job, Jimmy brings a camera crew into the office to film a documentary, and Bill prepares for a new career as a singing political satirist a la Mark Russell.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of NewsRadio from 47 votes.
Bill hire's a gentleman's gentleman, Cadbury, to oversee his life. Mr. James teaches Lisa 'The Secret of Management'. Matthew feels left out when Bill doesn't congratulate him on being rehired.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of NewsRadio from 40 votes.
Jimmy suffers a heart attack. His lawyer insists Jimmy stay in the break room while recovering from his coma. Lisa realizes she hasn't completed all her goals in life, and decides to have a baby.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of NewsRadio from 37 votes.
Dave and Lisa fight for an apartment, which Max decides he wants; Joe and Beth ""fix-up"" the show's website.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of NewsRadio from 27 votes.
Dave's first news crisis is compounded when everyone learns he bought Matthew a new desk.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of NewsRadio from 99 votes.
Bill's new cane, which he carries for no particular reason, annoys Dave. After it's stolen, Dave is the target of Bill's wrath. Jimmy's all-night office brainstorms stokes Dave and Lisa's competitive fires. Matthew and Joe get on each other's nerves.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of NewsRadio from 82 votes.
Dave hatches a scheme of 'pure evil' to get his job as news director back, including approving Bill's obscenity laced imaginary conversations with the president. Lisa tries hard to do a good job as news director. Matthew lives in the office.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of NewsRadio from 41 votes.
On his first day as WNYX's news director, Dave finds that he must fire his predecessor.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of NewsRadio from 143 votes.
Mr. James decides to run for President of the United States while Lisa declares to expose all of his secrets. Matthew grows a 70's style moustache to ""get chicks"".
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of NewsRadio from 67 votes.
Dave unveils a previously hidden talent to compete in a charity talent show. If a WNYX staff member wins, Mr. James will re-hire Matthew in this incredibly hilarious episode.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of NewsRadio from 39 votes.
Dave and Lisa breakup. Bill gets himself into trouble when he advocates the beating of foreign diplomats. Matthew opens his own dentistry practice.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of NewsRadio from 40 votes.
Bill enlists Joe and Matthew's support to try to convince his girlfriend that he's British. Beth tries to sell 'Fat Albert'-style hats to a department store. Lisa uses Mr. James negotiating tips to ask Dave for a raise.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of NewsRadio from 57 votes.
Last updated: jan 20, 2021
This was definitely one of the best show of the nineties. Too bad they never recovered from the death of Phil Hartman, otherwise they could have been on the air for a few more seasons.
The awesomest show... In the truest sense of the word "awesome"
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