There was a "WKRP in Cincinnati" reunion Wednesday at The Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles.
And Loni Anderson was there. So were a few of the others from the cast, but I can't really remember their names at this point.
Her character, Jennifer Marlowe, however, was front and center.
..."I thought Turkey's could fly" One the most classic lines from the 40th best TV episode of all time, the WKRP in Cincinnati Thanksgiving episode where the station does a turkey drop for the holiday. Except...
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We got to talking about this classic today at the office here at the radio station. Especially with the passing of Allison Harte, thought it might be kind of fun to relive this little gem.
This is the classic WKRP "Turkey Drop" episode, in a 30 second montage.
Happy Birthday to Howard Hesseman - 71 Today. Of Course, we know him better as Dr. Johnny Fever from WKRP in Cincinnati... Being in Radio, I love this show. Even if you aren't, still a great show and still funny - even now. Enjoy this blast from the past...
Well the 400 inch-an-hour snowstorm is ready to hit West Michigan...let's go back to the simpler times...when you could watch radio stations do the weather forecasts on the Tee-Vee....
"I'm Les Nessman, and you're not."
So no Les Miles or Les Nessman at UofM...It's a Hoke. Janna, who does our traffic on the Afternoon Hustle, is also a Hoke...wonder what that means? Hey Janna, can I get some tickets? :)
Thanks to the Detroit News...HERE