Casey McCall and Dan Rydell are sports anchors and best friends. At "Sports Night", their nightly cable program, the two display their unique talent and skills in reporting up-to-the-minute... See full summary¬†¬Ľ

Isaac Jaffe: Let me start by saying that: Dana, what I say in my office stays in my office.
Dana Whitaker: Natalie's my number 2, she's the only one I told.
Natalie Hurley: Jeremy's my boyfriend, and he's the only one I told.
Jeremy Goodwin: I told many many people.
[after making a presentation for his son's class]
Dan Rydell: What did you do?
Casey McCall: I did what I do, Dan. I did what I do.
Dan Rydell: You screwed up your romantic life in front of fifth-graders?
Dan Rydell: I gotta tell you, at this point, the length of this conversation is way out of proportion to my interest in it.
Dan Rydell: You're married?
Rebecca Wells: We're separated.
Dan Rydell: There's a difference between being divorced and being separated. One is divorced and the other is separated. That's why they have those names.
Natalie Hurley: New York, the city of lights.
Dana Whitaker: Paris is the city of lights.
Natalie Hurley: We've got a lot of lights, Dana.
Casey McCall: I speak four languages.
Dan Rydell: You speak three languages.
Casey McCall: I speak four languages.
Dan Rydell: You speak German, French, and Italian.
Casey McCall: I dabble in a little English.
Casey McCall: Is it nature's special time?
Dana Whitaker: Oh, you know what, bite me so hard for that.

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