It began with a man in a suit waiting outside an art gallery's door, sunglasses on his face, and an earpiece in his ear.
Producers are barking into an earpiece to speed things up or slow things down.
Ellen is telling her exactly what to say through an earpiece.
And—to judge by the guy in a suit with an earpiece standing stiffly in the hotel lobby—Commissioner has a security detail of one.
He had an earpiece in each ear, one connecting him to the control room and the other to the editorial desk.
Rick held out his hand and Jerry gave him the earpiece, grinning.
She was about to snatch away the earpiece when she heard the noise of a door opening.
There was a series of clicks and buzzes in the earpiece then Zack heard a man's deep voice.
When she unscrewed her earpiece, she discovered that her neck was killing her.
The phone was working splendidly; even those without an earpiece could hear the over-production.