Full Episode (Pilot, Part 1)

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Title: WKRP in Cincinnati Full Episode (Pilot, Part 1)
Description: New program director Andy Travis shakes things up at WKRP when he changes the floundering radio station's format from "beautiful music" to hard-driving rock'n'roll.
Related Titles: WKRP in Cincinnati, Where Are We?
Related Names:Jan Smithers, Howard Hesseman, Loni Anderson, Frank Bonner, Kathleen Garrett, Mykelti Williamson, Richard Sanders, Gordon Jump, Gary Sandy, Tim Reid
Content Rating:Not Rated
Video URL: http://www.imdb.com/video/hulu/vi1026687001/
Courtesy of:Hulu.com

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