WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982)
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Circumstantial Evidence 

Venus' girlfriend gives him a diamond earring, and then excuses herself from the room and leaves. While he wonders where she went, the police visit the station and question Venus. The earring was stolen, and they think Venus is the thief.

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Andy Travis
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Arthur 'Big Guy' Carlson
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Jennifer Marlowe
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Les Nessman
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Herb Tarlek
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Bailey Quarters
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Venus Flytrap
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Dr. Johnny Fever
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Prosecutor
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Judge H.P. Newcomb
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Frank Bartman
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Jessica Langtree (as Daphne Maxwell)
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Detective Alcorn
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Detective Davies
Tony Lucas
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Venus' girlfriend gives him a diamond earring, and then excuses herself from the room and leaves. While he wonders where she went, the police visit the station and question Venus. The earring was stolen, and they think Venus is the thief.

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24 February 1982 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Jessica Langtree says to Venus "you're not too perceptive, are you? I like that in a man." This is a takeoff on a line from Body Heat, a neo-noir that came out the year before: "You're not too smart, are you? I like that in a man." See more »

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References Circumstantial Evidence (1935) See more »

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Take My Heart (You Can Have It If You Want It)
Written by George Funky Brown, Claydes Smith, J.T. Taylor and Kool & The Gang
Performed by Kool & The Gang
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