WKRP in Cincinnati (1978–1982)
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Dear Liar 

When Les jealously plagiarizes Bailey's initial draft of a partially fictional news story on air, the station's broadcast license is put in jeopardy.

Director:

Frank Bonner

Writers:

Hugh Wilson (created by), Steve Marshall | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Gary Sandy ... Andy Travis
Gordon Jump ... Arthur Carlson
Loni Anderson ... Jennifer Marlowe
Richard Sanders ... Les Nessman
Frank Bonner ... Herb Tarlek
Jan Smithers ... Bailey Quarters
Tim Reid ... Venus Flytrap
Howard Hesseman ... Dr. Johnny Fever
Barbara Cason ... Edna Perkins
Iona Morris ... Clerk
Bill Ewing Bill Ewing ... Doctor
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Storyline

Andy wants Les to do a story about a Children's hospital but he's more concerned about the rutabaga. So he sends Bailey to get the story. So she goes and spends some time with kids. She goes back to the station and writes what she experienced. She leaves it on her desk. Les who is still being hounded by Andy sees what Bailey wrote and uses it. When Bailey hears it she freaks out because what she wrote was just made up. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 March 1982 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
[with Johnny in the control booth with him, Les is delivering one of his commentaries on the air]
Les Nessman: And so, the delicate balance of the ecology is about to be upset again. And that which we have always taken for granted may no longer be. I refer of course to the lowly rutabaga. Experts predict that within this century, the rutabaga will disappear from the national diet. And why you ask?
Dr. Johnny Fever: [emphatically] Why?
Les Nessman: Consumer disinterest, apathy, and in some cases, believe it or not, open ...
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Soundtracks

Mustang Sally
(uncredited)
Written by Mack Rice
Performed by Wilson Pickett
[Johnny plays the song after Les' rutabaga editorial]
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