NewsRadio, Season 3Closed Captioning
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When it comes to sidesplitting comedy and laughter, they're No. 1! Tune in for the third hilarious season of NewsRadio, the hysterical misadventures of the wackiest news team in New York. Join micromanaging news director Dave Nelson (Dave Foley), office weird guy Matthew Brock (Andy Dick), ambitious reporter Lisa Miller (Maura Tierney), and bombastic anchor Bill McNeal (Phil Hartman) as they do everything they can to keep NYC the best misinformed city in the world. Includes all 25 episodes from Season 3, featuring guest appearances by Jerry Seinfeld, Ben Stiller, Jon Stewart, Norm MacDonald, James Caan, and more!
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoReview||An annual review of the station sparks problems; Matthew quits over a story he isn't allowed to do.||22:23||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoPresident||Back from a Wisconsin vacation to find Matthew has grown a mustache, Dave learns that Jimmy has decided to declare himself a candidate for President of the United States. Though Dave points out his lack of background for the office and Lisa insists she'll scrutinize him as much as any other candidate, Jimmy is still determined to run. And realizing an opportunity for advancement when they see one, Bill and Beth throw themselves behind Jimmy's quest. As Jimmy works to find the right slogan for his campaign, Dave suspects an ulterior motive behind his decision to run. However, when he and Lisa sit down with their boss for a friendly chat, they still cannot get to the reason for his candidacy. Meanwhile, after Jimmy produces up a disgusting old photo of himself sporting a mustache, the station's staff does their best to persuade Matthew him to shave. As Jimmy prepares to publicly announce his candidacy, Lisa reveals that she's uncovered enough personal information to nip his run for office in the bud. And while Dave warns against going too hard on their boss, Bill's questions during the press conference prompt Lisa to reveal what she's found. However, when it comes to discussing a running mate, Dave realizes that the presidential campaign is just one more attempt by Jimmy to find a wife. Finally, with Jimmy's scam exposed and his candidacy shelved, Matthew fails to find anyone other than Bill who'll give his mustache any respect.||22:28||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoMassage Chair||Bill leads the staff in a revolt after their free snacks fall victim to budget cuts.||22:30||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoArcade||Dave's old nemesis comes back to haunt him when Beth replaces the lobby sandwich machine with a popular 1980's arcade game; Lisa retakes her college entrance exams to see if her mind is slipping.||22:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoAwards Show||Dave is determined to end the station's losing streak at a big awards banquet.||22:27||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoStocks||Beth turns to Jimmy for some investing advice; Lisa balks at asking Dave for a favor.||22:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoHalloween||In the midst of the preparations for Jimmy's annual Halloween party, the station's staff is hit with a big surprise. Because of their previous unwillingness to actively participate, no one except Matthew has been invited this year. Upset with the slight, they turn to Dave for help. And though Dave isn't interested, Lisa guarantees Jimmy that the staff will be at the party in costume if invited. Meanwhile, the psychic hired for the party tells Bill exactly when he's going to die. When Lisa runs into trouble, she announces that Dave is going to wear an outrageous costume and gets everyone to change their minds about the party. Although Dave still has reservations about the idea, it's enough to convince Jimmy to invite everyone back. While finding getting in isn't going to be quite as easy as she thought, Lisa notices that Dave is wearing one of her dresses as his costume and is upset that he looks better in it than she does. But when he offers to change, she insists that it will only make things even worse. Knowing that he's going to die in another 35 years has Bill depressed about his future. In response to his own immortality, he arrives at the party with his elderly date, Dorothy. When he persists in thanking the psychic for her insights, Bill is told that she made a mistake and that he's destined to live much longer than originally thought. However, when the news causes him to dump his elderly date, Bill discovers too late that beneath Dorothy's costume is a young and attractive woman. Finally, Jimmy uses Dave and Lisa's eager-to-please attitude to get his party guests dancing.||22:26||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoDay Dream||A broken thermostat and some excessive heat induces strange dreams in the staff.||22:18||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoMovie Star||To prepare for a new movie in which he plays a radio broadcaster, actor James Caan arrives to spend some time observing Bill. As one of his biggest fans, Matthew can't wait to get an autograph from the movie star. But Bill is certain that they will be much too busy to bother with Matthew's request. Meanwhile, as Beth and Catherine jockey for a ticket to join Jimmy to a big basketball game, Dave prepares to surprise Lisa with an unexpected birthday gift. While Bill is certain he'll want to understand what drives him to do his job, all Caan wants is to watch him at work. However, after meeting Matthew, he does take an interest in what it is that makes him so strange. Then, as Catherine and Beth are quizzed for the right to the basketball tickets, Dave unveils his present for Lisa...her first television set. But they quickly part ways over the question of the intelligence of TV viewers. As Bill tries getting him interested in the deeper meaning of being a radio announcer, James becomes fascinated with Matthew's unusual behavior. And once Bill accuses him of trying to steal the actor's attention, Matthew offers to go home to avoid being a distraction, but only after nervously getting an autograph. Meanwhile, when Lisa discovers there's a channel that carries congressional hearings 24-hours a day, she immediately decides that she wants a television. And when Jimmy offers to buy an extra ticket so he can take them both, Catherine and Beth have second thoughts after seeing just how big a fan he really is.||22:25||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoRap||Lisa balks at being the Cutest Reporter in New York; Bill starts his own anti-rap music crusade.||22:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoChristmas||After telling everyone they can leave early for the holidays provided their work is done, Dave prepares for his own Christmas Eve trip to Wisconsin with Lisa. But when Catherine conveniently forgets to finish one last, laborious task, Dave agrees to help out so she can leave early. Meanwhile, when Bill needs a partner to record a commercial audition tape, Beth agrees to help. And when the job is offered provided she can work, too, Dave agrees to address the station's Christmas cards so Beth can have her shot at stardom. When the commercial's producer is more taken with Beth's performance than with Bill's, he suggests that she try another partner. Although Beth holds back hoping to make Bill look good, her efforts ultimately fail. And when Bill encourages her to try her best, Beth discovers that she's ruined her voice. Meanwhile, Dave agrees to clean the office refrigerator so Joe can leave early, too. So, as Jimmy turns to Matthew for gift ideas, Dave's generosity forces him to delay going home to surprise his mom and dad on Christmas Eve. In need of help so he and Lisa can leave on their trip, Dave turns to Matthew. After agreeing to pitch in, Matthew suddenly drops everything after Jimmy offers him a helicopter ride to his aunt's house for Christmas. With Lisa's help, Dave finishes all of the pre-holiday duties so they can be on their way. However, after another delay in their flight, they arrive at his parent's house to discover that the annual Christmas Eve dinner has been moved to Chicago. Finally, as Dave and Lisa head back to New York, Bill is called on to complete the commercial by reading Beth's part.||22:25||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoTrainer||Bill thinks he's been cheated by his new health club; the staff discovers a secret about Dave's past.||22:11||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoLed Zeppelin Boxed Set||Bill's relentless sarcasm leads to Matthew experimenting with his own dark side; Jimmy looks to Catherine for help beating a crooked card dealer.||22:25||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoComplaint Box||Jimmy's new employee policy covering harassment backfires and brings work at the station to a standstill.||22:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoRose Bowl||Jimmy hires Joe to represent him in a lawsuit; Dave takes Lisa's suggestion for a new performance evaluation.||22:23||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoKids||As Dave looks for the owner of some pornography he's found lying around, Jimmy arranges for a group of third grade interns to work at the station.||22:26||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoAirport||When Dave and Bill are stranded by a storm in St. Louis, Lisa is put in charge.||22:25||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoTwins||Matthew's twin brother comes to visit; Bill's secret contract nearly bankrupts the station.||22:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoOffice Feud||When new occupants of the floor above are making too much noise, Joe agrees to call them. But, after Matthew's struggle with a faulty fire extinguisher accidentally ends up dousing him instead, Joe thinks it's in retaliation for his angry complaint. And while Dave simply wants the noise to stop, Joe sets out to get revenge. Meanwhile, as Jimmy recalls the behavior that caused him to be banned from the president's residence, Lisa phones in with problems of her own from the White House Easter Egg Roll. After Matthew absentmindedly leaves a honey bottle in the microwave oven, Joe is the unintended target when it explodes. And while realizing that it was not the new neighbors that caused Joe's accidents, Matthew decides to keep the information to himself. Meanwhile, as Jimmy takes delight in Lisa's problems getting interviews at the Easter Egg Roll, Bill is hired to advertise a malt liquor using language that Catherine finds offensive. So, making sure he's had plenty to drink, Catherine convinces Bill to use her rewritten ad copy. And when he's fired, she makes sure the sponsor knows how she feels, too. As Lisa continues to struggle with precocious children in the nation's capitol, Dave loses his patience with the upstairs neighbors, too. But when he goes to complain, he's embarrassed to see that the noise is being made by a wheelchair. Yet, once Dave sheepishly retreats, the wheelchair-bound man resumes a noisy basketball game. Finally, as Dave implores him not to seek revenge, Joe finds himself a victim when one of his own pranks is rigged to backfire.||22:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Real Deal||As Matthew reveals he's a virgin, Bill and Lisa struggle to keep their new program on the air.||22:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoOur Fiftieth Episode||An argument over a traffic ticket gets Bill committed to a mental hospital.||22:28||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoSleeping||When practical joke of Matthew's backfires, Jimmy is rushed to the hospital with a heart attack. Because his will specifies that he spend his final hours with his friends at WNYX, Jimmy's unconscious body is moved to the station where Dave and the staff can take turns sitting and talking with him. While Matthew insists on believing that Jimmy is just taking a nap, Bill takes the first shift. But when Dave objects to his jokes about death, Bill recreates his days as a college disk jockey instead. Meanwhile, as he's comforting Jimmy, Joe is forced to cover when he's caught affectionately holding his hand. When Lisa comes to the conclusion that she wants to have a baby with Dave as soon as possible, the revelation causes Jimmy to have another mild heart attack. In the privacy of his office, Dave demands to know the details about her sudden decision to be a mother. And while Dave suggests they discuss getting married first and then having a child, Lisa is ready to get on with it as soon as possible and gives him a few minutes to think it over. Meanwhile, Bill's efforts to recreate his college radio show takes him and Jimmy back to the 70's. As Catherine tries suggesting that Jimmy play the ultimate practical joke on Bill, Dave asks for some time with their boss to discuss Lisa's proposal. As Matthew swears off any more practical jokes if only Jimmy will live, Dave still cannot come to a decision. But as he and Lisa argue, Jimmy suddenly regains consciousness and asks them to be quiet. And while claiming to remember nothing of everyone's talks, Jimmy does credit a song Bill played for bringing him back from the dead.||22:23||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|23||Closed CaptioningVideoMistake||Dave is forced to apologize for his comments in a magazine interview.||22:25||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|24||Closed CaptioningVideoSpace||The NewsRadio crew faces disaster on a space station hundreds of years in the future.||22:24||$0.99||View in iTunes|
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