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Bugeater
11-25-2010, 08:07 AM
...the Pinedale Shopping Mall has just been bombed with live turkeys. Film at 11.

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Bill Parcells
11-25-2010, 08:09 AM
Repost! I already saw this on facebook!

Bugeater
11-25-2010, 08:10 AM
Repost! I already saw this on facebook!
That's impossible!

Earthling
11-25-2010, 08:15 AM
That's impossible!

With the new server ANYTHING is now possible !

BCD
11-25-2010, 08:29 AM
This is especially funny since I'm about to visit a friend in Cincinnati. :)

Lzen
11-25-2010, 08:55 AM
:LOL:

That's good stuff. I have never seen that.

Rausch
11-25-2010, 09:01 AM
With the new server ANYTHING is now possible !

:crybaby:


Best.......day.........EVAR!

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Mr. Plow
11-25-2010, 09:26 AM
:LOL:

That's good stuff. I have never seen that.


:spock:

Mosbonian
11-25-2010, 09:29 AM
:LOL:

That's good stuff. I have never seen that.

You young people.....:harumph:


:p

RippedmyFlesh
11-25-2010, 09:51 AM
WKRP was great. One of the funniest shows and great eye candy. Jennifer AND Bailey :drool:
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_PI-X2qzYPY4/S03pn0ayt7I/AAAAAAAAAkE/U9msDjXabFs/s400/wkrp_jennifer_bailey.jpg

Norman Einstein
11-25-2010, 09:53 AM
I saw this one when it was first on, hasn't lost a bit since then!

Norman Einstein
11-25-2010, 09:54 AM
WKRP was great. One of the funniest shows and great eye candy. Jennifer AND Bailey :drool:
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_PI-X2qzYPY4/S03pn0ayt7I/AAAAAAAAAkE/U9msDjXabFs/s400/wkrp_jennifer_bailey.jpgJan Smithers was hotter than Lonnie Anderson and at least as good of a body, just not highlighted on the show like Anderson.

Over-Head
11-25-2010, 09:57 AM
...."God as my witness, I thought Turkeys could fly"..... or............. "oh the humanity"
That will go down as one of the epic lines of Hollywood through out the ages ROFLROFLROFL

Rausch
11-25-2010, 12:36 PM
Wait, was the brunette the gal from Welcome Back Kotter?

Dude, I'd trade a Gochiefs, my firstborn, and one nut to tear inna' that like a slim jim...

JD10367
11-25-2010, 01:06 PM
Wait, was the brunette the gal from Welcome Back Kotter?

Dude, I'd trade a Gochiefs, my firstborn, and one nut to tear inna' that like a slim jim...

Sisters, IIRC.

And this episode of "WKRP" goes down in TV history as one of the greatest sitcom moments ever IMO, along with such gems as the hash brownies on "Barney Miller", Archie Bunker getting the black-blood transfusion on "All In The Family", and pretty much any time Reverend Jim was on "Taxi"...

Over-Head
11-25-2010, 01:11 PM
Jan Smithers was hotter than Lonnie Anderson and at least as good of a body, just not highlighted on the show like Anderson.Agreed, remember the episode where JOhnny needs a place to crash while they "fumigate" his apartment, Bailey offers, in the end everyone's wondering if "something's" going on...they keep saying no...then Bailey showes up to work in Johnny's T-shirt hair down no glasses (looking nighty fucken hot if ya ask me)and ass hugging jeans, figuring if their gonna talk, I'll show em....oh yeah!!:thumb:

chasedude
11-25-2010, 01:40 PM
I guess i show my age when i can recall this show. It is the funniest thanksgiving related sitcom ever!

JD10367
11-25-2010, 01:45 PM
I guess i show my age when i can recall this show. It is the funniest thanksgiving related sitcom ever!

I hate to sound like the Old Guy, but TV was so much better back then. Taxi, Barney Miller, All In The Family, WKRP in Cincinatti, even fluff like Three's Company... For cop/adventure shows, you had Beretta, Starsky and Hutch, Rockford Files, Six Million Dollar Man... Then moving into the early 80s you had great "fluff" TV like Dukes of Hazzard, T.J. Hooker, The Fall Guy... TV nowadays is all gritty and realistic, and just isn't as much "fun" as it used to be.

Deberg_1990
11-25-2010, 01:56 PM
I hate to sound like the Old Guy, but TV was so much better back then. Taxi, Barney Miller, All In The Family, WKRP in Cincinatti, even fluff like Three's Company... For cop/adventure shows, you had Beretta, Starsky and Hutch, Rockford Files, Six Million Dollar Man... Then moving into the early 80s you had great "fluff" TV like Dukes of Hazzard, T.J. Hooker, The Fall Guy... TV nowadays is all gritty and realistic, and just isn't as much "fun" as it used to be.

Alot of the sitcoms you mentioned are still pretty funny.....But those cops and drama old shows (yes i loved them too when i was a kid) are pretty painful to watch now. Dukes of Hazzard and Fall Guy have not aged well at all.

Bugeater
11-25-2010, 02:00 PM
I hate to sound like the Old Guy, but TV was so much better back then. Taxi, Barney Miller, All In The Family, WKRP in Cincinatti, even fluff like Three's Company... For cop/adventure shows, you had Beretta, Starsky and Hutch, Rockford Files, Six Million Dollar Man... Then moving into the early 80s you had great "fluff" TV like Dukes of Hazzard, T.J. Hooker, The Fall Guy... TV nowadays is all gritty and realistic, and just isn't as much "fun" as it used to be.
I agree, it was a lot better, although I can't really put my finger on why it was. You make a good point about it being more realistic now as most of it was pretty cheesy back in the day, but you'd think that would deliver a better product. TV was also more of luxury back then, and I think we just appreciated it more.

Over-Head
11-25-2010, 02:07 PM
I hate to sound like the Old Guy, but TV was so much better back then. Taxi, Barney Miller, All In The Family, WKRP in Cincinatti, even fluff like Three's Company... For cop/adventure shows, you had Beretta, Starsky and Hutch, Rockford Files, Six Million Dollar Man... Then moving into the early 80s you had great "fluff" TV like Dukes of Hazzard, T.J. Hooker, The Fall Guy... TV nowadays is all gritty and realistic, and just isn't as much "fun" as it used to be. AMEN

Miles
11-25-2010, 02:13 PM
Alot of the sitcoms you mentioned are still pretty funny.....But those cops and drama old shows (yes i loved them too when i was a kid) are pretty painful to watch now. Dukes of Hazzard and Fall Guy have not aged well at all.

IMO almost all old shows pre 90's have not aged well at all. It is not just the dated pop culture stuff but after getting used to the production values that some cable shows have, it is tough to handle something that rough.

Sweet Daddy Hate
11-25-2010, 04:15 PM
...the Pinedale Shopping Mall has just been bombed with live turkeys. Film at 11.


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So awesome. Is there anything that WKRP can't kick ass at?

Rep.

bevischief
11-25-2010, 04:23 PM
4 Loko.

DenverDanChiefsFan
11-25-2010, 04:25 PM
What a great show. That episode always makes me laugh.

cardken
11-25-2010, 07:22 PM
Sisters, IIRC.

And this episode of "WKRP" goes down in TV history as one of the greatest sitcom moments ever IMO, along with such gems as the hash brownies on "Barney Miller", Archie Bunker getting the black-blood transfusion on "All In The Family", and pretty much any time Reverend Jim was on "Taxi"...

Sorry similar in looks but no "sisters" or blood relation.

mlyonsd
11-25-2010, 07:28 PM
I watched that episode live.....and had tears in my eyes I was laughing so hard.

Psyko Tek
11-25-2010, 08:46 PM
those '70's sitcoms so kicked ass over damn neared anything put out in the last 30 years
taxi, barney miller, wkrp, all in the family....

those were the days

only good ones I can think of in the last 20 are arrested developement, married with children, and sometimes malcom in the middle

KS Smitty
11-25-2010, 09:40 PM
:LOL:

That's good stuff. I have never seen that.

Gadzooks Izen, both my kids have seen that and the youngest is 18!!! :shake:

Norman Einstein
11-26-2010, 06:23 AM
I watched that episode live.....and had tears in my eyes I was laughing so hard.I'm pretty sure they didn't do WKRP live.

From Wiki: Production (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WKRP_in_Cincinnati#The_.22real.22_WKRP_stations)

WKRP was videotaped before a live studio audience at Goldenwest Videotape Division, later moving to the CBS Studio Center.[5]

In the opening credits for the episode titled "Fish Story," Hugh Wilson went under the name of Raoul Plager. He was under pressure by CBS to write a more broad comedy, but since he didn't want to be credited for work that he believed was beneath him, he used the alias. The episode turned out to be the highest rated in the show's run.

Los Angeles disc jockey Steve Marshall of KNX-FM submitted a spec script for WKRP which was bought by the producers. He later joined the writing staff of the show, briefly holding down both jobs simultaneously.

Producers Dan Guntzelman and Steve Marshall also created and produced Just the Ten of Us, which featured Frank Bonner in a supporting role as a Catholic priest. Blake Hunter co-created Who's the Boss?

George Gaynes directed the finale episode ("Up and Down the Dial"). Gaynes is best known for playing Henry Warnimont on Punky Brewster and Eric Lassard in the Police Academy movies.

Mosbonian
11-26-2010, 09:24 AM
There are a couple of classics that stand out to me for WKRP....

First....the 2-part episode where Johnny and Venus have to go to the old transmitter station to broadcast. Johnny, being the paranoid one, keeps hearing sirens and thinks it is the "phone police" because they've hooked up an old phone that wasn't authorized.

Second...there was an episode that Mama Carlson hired an old buddy of Andy's to come in, look over the station and make recommendations. His real intent was to sell Mama Carlson his Syndicated Program. He promised Andy a job if he played along and sold the idea to Mama Carlson. So the gang cooked up a plan to act the complete opposite of what they truly were....Jennifer acted like a dumb blonde, Bailey acted like a spaced out waistoid, Venus acted like a drug pimp, Herb was the consummate professional even dressing like it, and Les acted like a normal newsman. That episode was funny...

Mosbonian
11-26-2010, 09:43 AM
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The Phone Cops episode...I have to correct my last post...Johnny is scared because he destroyed the phone.

big nasty kcnut
11-26-2010, 09:50 AM
I like the one where they try to test johnny to see how drunk they could be but he kept getting better at it.

Deberg_1990
11-26-2010, 10:03 AM
Isnt this one of the old series they cant put out in a DVD set because of of all the music rights?

Stinger
11-26-2010, 10:53 AM
Isnt this one of the old series they cant put out in a DVD set because of of all the music rights?

They put out season 1 a few years ago. But the music rights has been a huge sticking point.

The show was one of the earliest to extensively use contemporary music by big groups and artists of the time such as The Who, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, and Elvis Presley.

The show's use of Blondie's "Heart of Glass" was widely credited with helping the song become a major U.S. hit, and the band's record label Chrysalis Records presented the producers with a gold record award for the album Parallel Lines, on which the song appeared. This gold record can be seen hanging on the wall in the "bullpen" where Les, Herb, and Bailey worked in many of the episodes in the second, third, and fourth seasons.

The songs were often tied into the plot of the episode. One of the most popular examples was "A Date With Jennifer," where Les was dressing in the bullpen for his date with Jennifer that evening, with Foreigner's "Hot Blooded" playing on the station's speaker monitor, with Les moving to the music as he was getting ready. This song was cut from the episode on the DVD release and replaced with a generic alternative.

Music licensing deals cut at the time of production were for a limited amount of time (approximately ten years). In addition, the show was videotaped rather than filmed because it was cheaper to get the rights to rock songs for a taped show.[citation needed] Once the licenses expired, later syndicated versions of the show did not feature the music as first broadcast, but rather generic "sound-alikes" by studio musicians to avoid paying additional royalties. In some cases (when the music was playing in the background of a dialogue scene), some of the characters' lines had to be redubbed by sound-alike actors. This was evident in all prints of the show issued since the early 1990s, which included its late-1990s run on Nick at Nite.

As a result, production on a WKRP DVD was delayed for years because of the expense of procuring music licenses. It was feared that fans would reject edited versions. However, as was done with many other television series, the DVD release of WKRP in Cincinnati - Season One has much of the music replaced by generic substitutes. In addition, some scenes have been cut or truncated and voice-overs used to avoid using unlicensed musical content.[19] Other scenes that were originally edited for television and thus never before seen were added back into the episodes and give viewers the backstory which further explained a later scene that appeared in the episode. According to TV Guide magazine, creator Hugh Wilson said he was "satisfied" with the final product for DVD release.

A 2009 syndication package of the show, however, aired as part of "Outta Sight Retro Nights," a flashback TV block aired Sunday nights on the national WGN America cable TV service with promos voiced by Casey Kasem, which appears to have all of the original music intact according to published references about the original release.[20]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WKRP_in_Cincinnati

chasedude
11-26-2010, 03:19 PM
I like the one where they try to test johnny to see how drunk they could be but he kept getting better at it.

I remember that one ROFL

There was a Cop testing his reaction time and the more he drank the quicker his response was!

Bugeater
11-24-2011, 07:24 AM
OH THE HUMANITY

burt
11-24-2011, 07:32 AM
I hate to sound like the Old Guy, but TV was so much better back then. Taxi, Barney Miller, All In The Family, WKRP in Cincinatti, even fluff like Three's Company... For cop/adventure shows, you had Beretta, Starsky and Hutch, Rockford Files, Six Million Dollar Man... Then moving into the early 80s you had great "fluff" TV like Dukes of Hazzard, T.J. Hooker, The Fall Guy... TV nowadays is all gritty and realistic, and just isn't as much "fun" as it used to be.

that blonde was hawt!

ExtremeChief
11-24-2011, 07:42 AM
that blonde was hawt!



Heather Thomas!

http://youtu.be/rX21_iTjG3s

cabletech94
11-24-2011, 07:44 AM
uh, Loni Anderson? and i mean for wkrp. not your link.

ExtremeChief
11-24-2011, 07:45 AM
uh, Loni Anderson? and i mean for wkrp. not your link.

Uh... The Fall Guy was in huge font my friend...

burt
11-24-2011, 07:51 AM
Heather Thomas!

http://youtu.be/rX21_iTjG3s

borderline fapping material! I had to smoke after watching that.

InChiefsHell
11-24-2011, 08:09 AM
That show had so many classic moments. it's a shame that they have all the bullshit music rights problems, because the music was a big reason the show was so cool.

Memorable episodes besides the Thanksgiving one were the drunk test one, and even the first episode when Johnny is on the radio playing the mormon taberncle choir's version of "Havin' my baby"...and Travis tells him about the format change, and that it's OK for him to say "BOOGER!" on the air. Hilarious!

InChiefsHell
11-24-2011, 08:11 AM
The episode when Hoyt Axton shows up to reclaim Jennifer as his bride. She slips into the southern accent.

burt
11-24-2011, 08:20 AM
and now I have the theme song from WKRP running thru my head....

"Baby, if you ever wondered, wondered whatever became of me......"

cabletech94
11-24-2011, 08:35 AM
Uh... The Fall Guy was in huge font my friend...

yep. that's why i edited. yes, i could have erased it. but i admit my mistakes. that's the kinda guy cabletech94 is, brosef!:thumb:

mlyonsd
11-24-2011, 08:44 AM
This episode is a classic.

Sfeihc
11-24-2011, 08:46 AM
I'm livin' on the air in Cincinnati.....

burt
11-24-2011, 08:49 AM
I'm livin' on the air in Cincinnati.....

cinncinatti, WKRP......... damn, this shit won't stop......

chasedude
11-24-2011, 09:34 AM
We know who's the old farts on here to remember this sitcom LMAO

kysirsoze
11-24-2011, 09:40 AM
We know who's the old farts on here to remember this sitcom LMAO

I remember the reruns on sick days. Does that count?

InChiefsHell
11-24-2011, 09:43 AM
cinncinatti, WKRP......... damn, this shit won't stop......

got kinda tired of packin and unpackin
town to town
up and down the dial
but baby you and me were never meant to be
but baby think of me once in a while

...I'm at WKRP in Cincinnattiiiiiiii.....

Actually, I always dug the song they played at the end...never could understand the words...

Rain Man
11-24-2011, 10:04 AM
We know who's the old farts on here to remember this sitcom LMAO

You owe it to yourself to watch this show. It's timeless.

Les Nessman really cracked me up. His performance in the turkey drop was fantastic, and he always had funny stuff going on. Check this out. I can't find his announcements of Chi Chi Rodriguez and chihuahua, but those always made me laugh, too.

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InChiefsHell
11-24-2011, 10:15 AM
Here's the end song, but nobody really knows the lyrics...

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burt
11-24-2011, 10:55 AM
Here's the end song, but nobody really knows the lyrics...

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the opening song is sooooo much better!

Slainte
11-24-2011, 11:30 AM
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burt
11-24-2011, 11:50 AM
http://youtu.be/j6FmbMiIxws

chasedude
11-24-2011, 02:58 PM
You owe it to yourself to watch this show. It's timeless.

Les Nessman really cracked me up. His performance in the turkey drop was fantastic, and he always had funny stuff going on. Check this out. I can't find his announcements of Chi Chi Rodriguez and chihuahua, but those always made me laugh, too.

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I'm not old enough to catch the original airings but I did love watching the show in syndication soon after.

The turkey drop is one of the best Thanksgiving episodes I ever remember from any sitcom.

I also had a thing growing up for Jan Smithers, Bailey. She was the girl next door type compared to the slutty type Loni Anderson played.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-yeDvRzA3Bbk/TnIZeDhx-AI/AAAAAAAAH_o/IA8NHFG3XFs/s1600/Jan+Smithers+02.jpg

lcarus
11-24-2011, 03:01 PM
Anyone remember the awful "New WKRP in Cincinnati" that ran on VH1 for like 2 seasons? I think it had Murdoc from MacGyver as a DJ or somethin...

Bugeater
11-24-2011, 03:34 PM
Anyone remember the awful "New WKRP in Cincinnati" that ran on VH1 for like 2 seasons? I think it had Murdoc from MacGyver as a DJ or somethin...
Thankfully, no.

Demonpenz
11-24-2011, 03:37 PM
I'll take scrubs over that trash.

chasedude
11-24-2011, 03:51 PM
Anyone remember the awful "New WKRP in Cincinnati" that ran on VH1 for like 2 seasons? I think it had Murdoc from MacGyver as a DJ or somethin...

uh, never heard of it. A big 2 seasons huh? Sounds like the usual fate for a spinoff sitcom.

lcarus
11-24-2011, 05:13 PM
uh, never heard of it. A big 2 seasons huh? Sounds like the usual fate for a spinoff sitcom.

Yeah lol. It was in the same building, same station, and it had Arthur, Les, and Herb. Loni Anderson, Venus Flytrap, and Johnny Fever all made guest appearances from time to time. It lasted from 1991-93. I was just looking it up. It had French Stewart and Tawny Kitaen in it as well, not to mention like I said, Murdoc from MacGyver was in season 1 I think. It was pretty awful...

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scott free
11-24-2011, 05:21 PM
Second...there was an episode that Mama Carlson hired an old buddy of Andy's to come in, look over the station and make recommendations. His real intent was to sell Mama Carlson his Syndicated Program. He promised Andy a job if he played along and sold the idea to Mama Carlson. So the gang cooked up a plan to act the complete opposite of what they truly were....Jennifer acted like a dumb blonde, Bailey acted like a spaced out waistoid, Venus acted like a drug pimp, Herb was the consummate professional even dressing like it, and Les acted like a normal newsman. That episode was funny...

Definitely my favorite episode, venus has johnny up against the wall with a knife to his face.

whoman69
11-24-2011, 06:28 PM
One of the greatest shows ever along with Barney Miller. There was and episode where Les was visiting Jennifer's apartment and met her latest fling, a muscular maintenance man.

When they're introduced the guy says, "I think a man's name says a lot about him. My name is Steele. What's your name?"

"Les."

There were just so many hilarious moments. A great show with a cast that worked well together. And Jan Smithers was hot.

whoman69
11-24-2011, 06:29 PM
http://youtu.be/cTPzTG1Lx60

Its the phone cops.

CosmicPal
11-24-2011, 08:45 PM
One of my favorite TV shows of all-time!

I posted a thread about this episode at one time: http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?p=3555503#post3555503