WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982)
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Bailey's Show 

Public Service Announcements (PSAs) at WKRP were all about forest fires before Bailey had her big idea: "Cincinnati Beat," where regular citizens are interviewed by the resident Doctor. ... See full summary »

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... Andy Travis
... Arthur Carlson
... Jennifer Marlowe
... Les Nessman
... Venus Flytrap
... Herb Tarlek
... Bailey Quarters
... Dr. Johnny Fever
... Dr. Hy Monroe
Kathryn Ish ... Mrs. Woodruff
Casey Brown ... Mrs. Olson
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Public Service Announcements (PSAs) at WKRP were all about forest fires before Bailey had her big idea: "Cincinnati Beat," where regular citizens are interviewed by the resident Doctor. Bailey is excited to be producing the show. But, when all of the prospective guests turn out to be freaks, aliens and weirdoes, Bailey has a crisis of confidence. Written by LA-Lawyer

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23 October 1978 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Venus' girlfriend leaves she's never seen going past the glass in the booth which would have to be done, to be going in the direction of the exit. When Venus leaves to go after her, he's seen running in that direction. See more »

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Andy Travis: Bailey!
Bailey Quarters: Yes?
Andy Travis: How about you. You got an idea?
Bailey Quarters: [standing up and clearing her throat] Yes, Andy, I do. My idea is to do a fifteen-minute talk show once a week called Cincinnati Beat.
Herb Tarlek: [sarcastically in a sing-song tone] Boring!
Bailey Quarters: [sincerely] What would make this show fresh and different is that we would talk to the average citizen who might not otherwise have a voice to the public.
Les Nessman: [to Andy] It's been done!
Bailey Quarters: It would also be an unusual show because... Johnny would be doing the interviews.
Herb Tarlek: [emphatically] ...
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Boogie Oogie Oogie
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Written by Janice Marie Johnson and Perry Kibble
Performed by A Taste of Honey
[The song Venus plays as Bailey enters the control booth]
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