Jack & Jill

Season 1 Episode 8

Men Will Be Boys

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Aired Unknown Nov 21, 1999 on The WB
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Men Will Be Boys
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When Jill's co-worker Stan takes credit for his idea, Jill challenges him to a boxing match at Mikey's Office Fight Night at the bar. Jack and Matt cover the story of Jill's fight for WNKW and which causes Jill's jealousy to rise. Meanwhile, Barto asks Audrey out to celebrate a good review of her musical and Elisa feels a connection with a stranger she passes on the street.moreless

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Justin Kirk

Justin Kirk

Barto Zane

Ivan Sergei

Ivan Sergei

David "Jill" Jillefsky

Amanda Peet

Amanda Peet

Jacqueline "Jack" Barrett

Jaime Pressly

Jaime Pressly

Audrey Griffin

Sarah Paulson

Sarah Paulson

Elisa Cronkite

Simon Rex

Simon Rex

Michael 'Mikey' Russo

Joseph D. Reitman

Joseph D. Reitman

Frankie

Guest Star

Sean O'Bryan

Sean O'Bryan

Stan

Guest Star

Chad Willett

Chad Willett

Mystery Man (uncredited)

Guest Star

Josh Hopkins

Josh Hopkins

Matt Prophet

Recurring Role

Gary Marks

Gary Marks

Eddie Naiman

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Barto: Now I get what's going on here.
      Audrey: Which is what?
      Barto: Which is that you can't scare me, Audrey, you can't scare me away. You can keep me at a nice cool comfortable distance if that's what makes you feel safe. But the thing is, I'm pretty sure that you feel what I feel, and I think that that's what scares you more than anything. So, if you're ever ready for something that's better than safe, you know where to find it.

    • Matt: Like your shorts.
      Jill: Like your makeup.
      Matt: Like your girl.

    • Audrey: Wish me luck!
      Barto: Break a leg. (Audrey walks out the door) Break his leg.
      Jill: You're a good man, Charlie Brown.

    • Matt: Well, get his permission, so I can do a human interest story with the human I'm interested in.

    • Audrey: What if the reviews are terrible?
      Barto: You'll know New York theater critics are tasteless idiots who wouldn't know a good play if it bit 'em.
      Audrey: What if they're really good?
      Barto: You'll know New York theater critics the most discerning and insightful journalists in the world.

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