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“Behaving like a high school lout when you're in your 40s and entrusted with the care of a professional sports team in New York is something else.”
“After a four-year stint on SNL, the comedian starred on NBC's remake of the British sitcom, Men Behaving Badly, which was canceled in 1997 after two seasons.”
“Ironically, in the same day's Journal, Burton Malkiel reviews Emanuel Derman's book, "Models Behaving Badly.”
“But mostly I was mentally gearing up for a lecture that I had long ago been roped into giving onMedia, Men, and the Internet: Are We Addicted to Stories of Men Behaving Badly?”
“But mostly I was mentally gearing up for a lecture that I had long ago been roped into giving onÂMedia, Men, and the Internet: Are We Addicted to Stories of Men Behaving Badly?”
“In the most recent episode of "New Jersey Governor Behaving Badly," -- stemming from what folks are calling "coptergate" -- Christie has leveled his Gatling gun of verbal attacks at critics who have questioned his use of a state police helicopter to attend his son's baseball game.”
“Behaving in ways the group considers appropriate is a way of demonstrating to others, and to oneself, that one belongs to the group.”
“Men Behaving Badly taught people my name, as opposed to, "Aren't you that bloke from The Bill?”
“If Men Behaving Badly came back, I think it might be a bit seedy.”
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