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WKRP in Cincinnati - Season 1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Even more hilarious now than it was then!

    Perhaps I get the humor more now than I did as a kid when this show was first broadcast, but these episodes have more laugh-out-loud moments than I remember. We have also really enjoyed listening to the comments included on some of the episodes. This is a nice addition to our library and highly recommended.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This is still great despite the music changes

    I loved WRKP when it was on the air and was disappointed when it was cancelled. I was leery about getting the dvds based on the comments that the original music had been changed and some of the original material removed. I purchased the dvds and have enjoyed every episode. I have not seen these episodes in 25 years so I don’t really remember the original music. I can see where they changed music because the rock is by and large generic rock that I can’t associate with any group but it is okay with me. While the music was great I enjoyed the dialogue most of all. Less Nessman still mispronounces words, Mr. Carlson still plays with the pens on his desk and believes turkeys can fly, Baily, Venus, Andy and Herb are like I remember them. And then there is Jennifer. Enough said. As I understand it only a few of the episodes have been changed. Even if more have been changed I still don’t mind. I would have rather had the original episodes, as they were when they originally aired. I want more WKRP not less. Yet, what is available is still great. If they decide to come out with season two I will buy it so I hope they do.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    LOVE IT!

    Yes, the original music is missing, but the show still holds up well even with generic rock music in its place. I've waited years for this, and am enjoying every minute of it. My son is a DJ, and can really relate. You won't be disappointed. Now, let's get the remaining seasons out there!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE BEST RADIO ON TV!

    It's about time WKRP is available on DVD. Hopefully they will release the rest of KRP and not leave us high and dry like they did with just the first season of Barney Miller, Night Court and scores of other favorites. So every fan of KRP, our time has finally come. Yeah, some changes were made by changing some background music. Blame the greedy executives and artist for that. A simular incident happened when they changed the Married With Chirldren theme song after the release of the 3rd season.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WKRP in Cincinnati - Season 1

    Wonderful to finally have WKRP available on DVD. It's nice to know that at least *MOST* of the original music will be restored and new songs will be added for additional surroundings, unlike the hack job that Nick-at-Nite aired. Hopefully, when this is released, it will introduce the 2000's generation to America's (and pretty much the whole world) favorite radio station. I'm gonna buy this when it comes out on April 24. Booger!

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    Posted July 18, 2009

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