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Andy Travis (Character)
from "WKRP in Cincinnati" (1978)

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WKRP in Cincinnati: Season 1: Episode 22 -- When a former wrestler turned reverend uses his evangelical show to rip-off the public, Andy finds out the hard way that the 300 pound shyster is not one to be trifled with.

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  1. "WKRP in Cincinnati"
        - Up and Down the Dial (1982) TV episode, Played by Gary Sandy
        - To Err Is Human (1982) TV episode, Played by Gary Sandy
        - The Impossible Dream (1982) TV episode, Played by Gary Sandy
        - The Creation of Venus (1982) TV episode, Played by Gary Sandy
        - Dear Liar (1982) TV episode, Played by Gary Sandy
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  1. "WKRP in Cincinnati"
        - Mama's Review (1979) TV episode, Played by Gary Sandy

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From "WKRP in Cincinnati: Clean Up Radio Everywhere (#3.22)" (1981)
Andy Travis: I suppose in the meantime, you're going to lose money for a principle?
Arthur 'Big Guy' Carlson: Hey, Travis, when it comes to losing advertising clients, these bozos don't know who they're up against.
Andy Travis: I'm going to fight them tooth and nail.
Arthur 'Big Guy' Carlson: I know you are.
Andy Travis: If all else fails, I might set Les Nessman on them.
Arthur 'Big Guy' Carlson: Boy, that could signal the end of organized religion as we know it.
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