NewsRadio, Season 2Closed Captioning
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Ensemble comedy takes a look at the eccentric inner workings and relationships in a New York radio station. This comedy set in a New York radio station stars Emmy nominee Dave Foley as the news director. He must read the signals sent out by his eccentric boss, pacify a flamboyant anchor, and earn the respect of his offbeat secretary and nervous copywriter.In the second season of NewsRadio, Dave and Lisa's romance heats up, the office mascot kicks the bucket, and WNYX may just go on the auction block.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoNo, This Is Not Based Entirely On Julie's Life||Mystery of the mystery gelato.||22:37||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoGoofy Ball||A new toy disrupts the staff.||22:30||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Rat Funeral||Dave has no sympathy for a dead rodent.||22:34||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Breakup||The romance is exposed!||22:35||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoShrink||Faced with an abysmal mood at the office, Dave does his best to cheer everyone up. But Catherine and Beth are in mood to listen to anyone, while Matthew is arguing with Joe. Yet nothing can top Bill's decision to build a cubicle around his desk for privacy. Jimmy thinks the time is right to call in a popular therapist who has counseled them in the past. But Dave is sure he can handle it with a staff meeting. When the meeting is a dismal failure, Dave discovers his staff would welcome a visit by the ever-popular Dr. Frank Westford. And when he arrives to the staff's warm welcome, even Bill is more than willing to respond to the affable therapist. Though Lisa suggests some therapy may help him, too, Dave is concerned to learn Dr. Frank was her college psychology professor. But it's not until their session is getting underway that he's told of their student-teacher affair. Even after seeing how much he's helped the staff, Dave continues to balk at a session of his own. Yet once Dr. Frank lures him into conversation, Dave suddenly realizes the value of therapy, too. However, it's Dr. Frank who finds himself on the couch when, as he's questioned by Dave about the relationship with Lisa, he admits to having an incurable addiction to sex. Finally, despite their suggestion that he tear down the walls of his cubicle, a look inside convinces Dave and Dr. Frank that Bill needs a little more time.||22:35||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoFriends||When Dave hires someone to help with a backlog of filing, Beth couldn't be happier -- until she learns the temp is her childhood friend, Sandi Angelini. In a private moment, Beth complains that Sandi used to copy everything she did, from her hairstyles and mannerisms, to stealing a boyfriend. Lisa and Dave think she's just being paranoid, so Beth suggests an experiment which could prove her claim. Meanwhile, after leaving his identification card at his desk, Bill is denied entry by a pair of the building's security guards. To prove her point, Beth suggests to Sandi that she is romantically interested in Matthew. As predicted, Sandi then makes an obvious pass at him as well. And while Matthew isn't sure what to make of all the attention, Dave and Lisa see that Beth was right. Meanwhile, as the security guards continue to foil Bill's attempts to sneak inside, Catherine decides to have some fun by getting into the act, too. Disgusted by Sandi's flirtatious behavior, Beth ups the ante in her little game by giving Matthew a big kiss. So Matthew seeks Lisa's advice on how to handle the two women who seem to be in love with him. But when Beth decides to put an end to the charade and confronts her about the mimicry, Sandi finally admits she only did it out of envy and admiration. Upon making up, they each let Matthew down gently with some help from Dave, while Bill recovers his ID for the benefit of the guards, only to discover it's expired.||22:36||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoBill's Autobiography||When Bill's slightly shady agent drops by the station, Dave learns that the star newscaster is writing an autobiography. And though Bill asks that the book be kept under wraps for now, Dave mentions it to Lisa and the news soon spreads throughout the office. As a result, Bill is forced to admit in confidence that he has written virtually nothing after three months of work. News of Bill's writer's block leads the staff to offer all kinds of suggestions. And though Bill doesn't find them at all helpful, Dave does find the staff's preoccupation with Bill's problem to be a distraction. Yet, even though Bill does his best to keep up appearances, he finally concludes that he's a bore with nothing of interest to say about himself to anyone. After flirting with the idea of suicide, Bill concludes that seeing him fail is just what everyone has been waiting for. So Dave enlists the rest of the staff to boost Bill's confidence. Only then, Bill realizes that Dave isn't the only one who knows about his problem. Finally, after Bill agrees to give up on the project, Dave helps him save face by insisting his own refusal to sign a release has kept the book from being written.||22:36||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoNegotiation||Lisa looks for a new job.||22:36||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Cane||The annual office retreat divides the staff.||22:35||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoX-Mas Story||Bill is stalked by Santa Claus.||22:36||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoStation Sale||Newsradio goes on the block.||22:37||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoBitch Session||Dave's thin skin is pierced.||22:34||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoIn Through the Out Door||After overhearing his colleagues talking about bets they've won or lost, Matthew is eager to become a gambler, too. But when he asks for help, Matthew's irritating persistence prompts Joe to teach him a lesson he'll never forget. Meanwhile, when Jimmy can't make it to a big broadcasters dinner, he gives his seat to Dave. And Dave accepts before learning that he'll be expected to introduce the evening's keynote speaker, Bill. Recalling his own dismal record at speechmaking, Dave nervously sits down to compose his remarks. And while Bill offers him some pointers, the helpful hints only serve to make him angry as well as nervous. In order to help Dave out, Beth makes preparations for him to try out his speech. Only his confidence isn't boosted by the distractions offered by her and Catherine. Meanwhile, after losing bet after bet, Matthew suddenly finds himself owing Joe thousands of dollars. After learning of Matthew's mounting debt, Lisa tries getting to Joe to call the whole thing off. But the losing streak continues despite a chance to win everything back. Fearing that Dave's introduction will fall flat, Bill tries one more time to coach him. But an angry outburst ruins Bill's voice, leaving him unable to speak at the dinner. Finally, after realizing that Matthew has been duped, Jimmy wins back the hapless reporter's money.||22:38||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Song Remains the Same||April Fool's Day at the station.||22:38||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoZoso||After getting a big order for a hat she's designed, Beth needs help getting them made and delivered on time. So Jimmy offers to teach her his secrets to the art of negotiation. And Lisa decides to listen in, hoping she can use the techniques to get a raise out of Dave. However, Lisa's subsequent attempts to persuade Dave to increase her salary only creates confusion and fails to produce a raise. Meanwhile, after Bill tells his new girlfriend that he's British, Matthew and Joe go way overboard in their efforts to play along. After trading outfits with Lisa, Beth sets out with Jimmy to negotiate a deal for her new hats. Only after they arrive for their meeting that Jimmy realizes they are dealing with a notorious Mafia boss. However, once Jimmy's efforts to intercede are silenced, Beth's emotional outburst results in a deal with Don Green. Meanwhile, as Lisa tries to get an advance on her salary, Dave urges Bill to tell his girlfriend Linda the truth. As Jimmy asks Beth to teach him her crying secrets, Lisa tells Dave that the advance is to finance a recording by her ex-boyfriend's band. Though she insists it has nothing to do with their past relationship, when pressed Lisa admits it's for a song encouraging her to stop seeing Dave. Finally, Bill's efforts to tell Linda the truth are set back when she admits she's falling in love with him.||22:34||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoHouses of the Holy||A temp gives Dave a headache.||22:35||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoPhysical Graffitti||Dave, Beth and Stewart makes three.||22:37||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoLed Zeppelin||Dave and Lisa make an announcement.||22:40||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoPresence||Bill's the prize in high stakes poker.||22:42||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoCoda||Though Dave is pleased with the results, Bill is unhappy with a new promotional spot they've recorded for the station. But upon seeking Jimmy's advice, they find themselves in the midst of a non-stop editing session to produce one upon which everyone can agree. Meanwhile, Matthew proposes that everyone go together on a summer house in the Hamptons, and Joe turns to Lisa for help studying for an important certification exam. As Jimmy, Dave and Bill struggle to agree on a new spot, Beth inquires about subletting her share of the summer home. While Matthew is quick to encourage her idea, Catherine makes it clear that she doesn't want to spend her summer weekends with a bunch of strangers, not to mention one with Bill running around in a skimpy bathing suit. Meanwhile, Beth pitches in to help Joe prepare for his exam. As a condition of Lisa's participation, Matthew guarantees that she and Dave will be scheduled to use the summer house on alternate weekends. Yet, Dave's hoping to use the house as a chance to revive their relationship and wants to be scheduled on the same weekends. Once it becomes clear that Matthew has been less than honest with them, the staff sells their shares in the house to anyone they can find. Finally, after a long day of editing produces a very, very brief promo, Joe gets a passing grade, but only after saving his professor from a stalled elevator.||22:32||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoLed Zeppelin II||A building fire reunites Lisa and Dave.||22:38||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoInjury||Matthew has a work accident.||22:27||$0.99||View in iTunes|
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Why only 3 seasons?
Hey ITUNES! There are more than 3 seasons of Newsradio. Get your act together and get the rest of the seasons up. You guys are always so slow.
I love NewsRadio but heads up! Order is wrong.
This is a truly great show. Everybody should buy and watch it. You should know, however, that the order of the episodes is doesn't match the order in which they were aired but the order in which they were produced. (For a list in proper order, check out the Wikipedia page, "List of NewsRadio episodes.") Furthermore, "Injury," which is here as episode 3, wasn't actually shown on air until the end of the third season. Just so you all know.
great show but the episodes are all mixed up
The episodes are all mixed up, I can't even begin to figure out how they are supposed to go, but they have dave and lisa broke up, then together, then broke up, etc , etc. kind of confusing