troubleshooting Question

Should be an easy regex/grep question

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this should be an easy regex/grep question.
i have an gzip sql file that has entries like:
INSERT INTO `newsletter` VALUES (50,'mydir',0,0,'white','','','','',0,1);
there are bunch of entries in this file and the 50 is an id.
There are also lots of other tables in this file as well.
I tried this but my regex skills sucks:
#gunzip --stdout mysql.7-30-2007.dmp.gz | grep -i "INSERT INTO \`newsletter\` VALUES (*,\'mydir\',"
the above line fails
but this works(but does not do anything for me, cause i need that mydir)
#gunzip --stdout mysql.7-30-2007.dmp.gz | grep -i "INSERT INTO \`newsletter\` VALUES "

so what i am trying to do is find everything with "INSERT INTO `newsletter` VALUES (50,'mydir'", but the 50 can be anything.

thanks for any help






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