WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982)
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Clean Up Radio Everywhere 

A preacher with Clean Up Radio Everywhere wants WKRP to stop playing specific songs due to the lyrics. Mr. Carlson thinks the station should cooperate, while the rest say the songs are classics and shouldn't be subjected to censorship.

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Dr. Bob Halyers
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A preacher with Clean Up Radio Everywhere wants WKRP to stop playing specific songs due to the lyrics. Mr. Carlson thinks the station should cooperate, while the rest say the songs are classics and shouldn't be subjected to censorship.

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12 April 1981 (USA)  »

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Originally it was announced that William Daniels was to be cast in the "Clean Up Radio Everywhere" (#3.22) segment. His part, Dr. Bob Halyers, was recast with actor Richard Paul because of Paul's resemblance to Jerry Falwell, the person on whom Halyers was based. Paul would later play Falwell in The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996). See more »

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Les Nessman: If Edward R. Murrow, my idol, were here, he'd say, "That's censorship!" On the other hand, if General George Patton -- my other idol -- were here, I think he'd take a battalion of tanks, and knock those liberal pinheads into the Ohio River!
[pause]
Les Nessman: So, as you can see ... I'm a very confused man.
[walks off]
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Gordon Jump's single best episode
27 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not one of Andy's best episodes, but truly Gordon Jump's best episode. His seen with the owner of Red Wiggler's, Ralph Manza (of Banacek fame)is phenomenal. Jump's subtleties are wonderful and his steady but warm leadership is captured well in this performance, surpassed only by the episode of Jennifer's having been photographed in the nude. In the final scene, Jump's standoff with the head of CURB is amazing. Truly Jump's best episode. A joy to watch him. He really found his groove in this one. Also noteworthy is Richard Paul's portrayal of a Jerry Falwell like character. While today, this subject seems kind of pointless, it was a cutting edge episode with excellent acting.


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