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Season 3 Episode 16


Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Feb 12, 1997 on NBC
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Episode Summary

When Dave finds an abandoned porno magazine in the break room he sets out to find the owner, a task complicated by an invasion of small children who have been invited to the station by Jimmy in a bid to win the heart of their attractive teacher.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Dave: Those porn magazines are not my property.
        Lisa: What are you trying to tell us, you're part of some Socialist porn-swapping club or something?

      • Dave: Joe, why is that kid duct-taped to your back?
        Joe: Because I needed both hands free to demonstrate the many other uses of duct tape!

      • Joe: Dave, did you ever stop to consider that it might be one of the 15 or 20 other guys who work in this station?
        Bill: Joe's right. How come every time there's a problem you assume that it's one of us. What about them? What if it was... that guy who's name I don't know? Or that guy who sits by him? Or the girl-
        Dave: Because somebody gave those people the impression they're not allowed in the break room.
        Bill: Well Dave, I consider that room a private sanctuary where I can escape from all those horrid little people whose names I don't know.

      • Lisa: Dave doesn't have an inappropriate bone in his body.
        Little Girl: Who? The little boy in the blue suit?

      • Jimmy: In the immortal words of Van Halen before that dumbass Sammy Hagar joined the group and ruined it: I'm hot for teacher.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Jimmy: I'll bring her over to the dark side later.

        Jimmy references the Force from Star Wars while plotting his further seduction of Mary the teacher.

      • Bill: We don't need your education. We don't need your thought control.

        Bill confronts a teacher by quoting Pink Floyd's "The Wall".