WKRP in Cincinnati - Season 1 Episodes
WKRP in Cincinnati - Season 1
We're on the air! WKRP In Cincinnati, classic TV's wildest, funniest, rock'n'roll sitcom is here at last. Join WKRP's hilarious staff--program director Andy Travis, deejays Dr. Johnny Fever and Venus Flytrap, neurotic newsman Les Nessman, sultry receptionist Jennifer Marlowe and the rest--both on and off the air, as they take their floundering station from hard times to hard rock. Starring Howard Hesseman and Loni Anderson, this is the one show that has it all. So, set that dial for WKRP in Cincinnati...and turn it up, man!
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.
Andy is in dire straits when angry listeners and advertisers protest the station's new format.
“Les on a Ledge”
Timid news director Les Nessman goes out on a ledge after having his reputation as a newsman - and his manhood - questioned.
Andy's career is jeopardized when he arranges for the station to sponsor a concert by British rock group Scum of the Earth, whose name says it all.
When an armed robbery disrupts a live broadcast from a stereo store, D.J. Dr. Johnny Fever is left to contend with the gunman on the air.
An inexperienced Bailey faces the resentment of the staff when she's allowed to produce her own show, which draws the biggest crowd of freaks, weirdos and losers the city has ever seen.
Station manager Arthur Carlson comes up with a big idea for a unique holiday promotion involving live turkeys and a helicopter.
An old flame is rekindled for Andy, while Johnny Fever and Venus Flytrap are offered as prizes in the station's "Win a Date with a D.J." contest.
Mr. Carlson is thrown for a loop when his tyrannical mother - WKRP's owner - arrives to review the station's recent changes.
“A Date with Jennifer”
After winning the coveted Silver Sow Award for farm news reporting, Les asks Jennifer to be his date for the banquet - and she says yes!
“The Contest Nobody Could Win”
An on-air slip of the tongue could cost the station $5,000 and cost Johnny and Andy their jobs.
A tornado unexpectedly hits Cincinnati, allowing Mr. Carlson to demonstrate his leadership abilities and allowing Jennifer to reveal a hidden talent.
“Goodbye, Johnny (1)”
A lucrative offer at another radio station has Johnny packing his bags for California.
“Johnny Comes Back (2)”
Johnny's return to Cincinnati is far from triumphant as he soon discovers that he has no job and no place to live.
“Never Leave Me, Lucille”
Herb's separation from his wife, Lucille, has him anticipating a new, swinging lifestyle, but everyone else is bent on getting the couple back together.
“I Want to Keep My Baby”
Johnny gets a chance to play daddy when a desperate young mother abandons her baby in a basket on the doorstep of WKRP.
“A Commercial Break”
An advertising campaign for funeral packages clashes with the station's rock and roll aesthetic.
“Who is Gordon Sims?”
Venus's past comes back to haunt him after he refuses to allow a photo of himself to be printed in the newspaper.
“I Do, I Do... For Now”
When her childhood sweetheart arrives, determined to marry her, Jennifer makes matters worse by pretending that she's already married to Johnny.
“Young Master Carlson”
Arthur reluctantly agrees to let his eleven-year-old son hang around the station, but it soon turns out that the boy and Mama Carlson are cut from the same abrasive mold.
Andy's interview with a magazine writer goes horribly awry when Johnny and Venus conduct an on-air drinking experiment with disastrous - and hilarious - results.
When a former wrestler turned reverend uses his evangelical show to rip-off the public, Andy finds out the hard way that the 300 pound shyster is not one to be trifled with.