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4520BW

11-25-2021 03:26:52




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37 chief

11-25-2021 11:46:33




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 Re: Another funny in reply to 4520BW, 11-25-2021 03:26:52  
I liked those old shows, I remembered the turkey drop. Archie Bunker had a few good one liners also. If I posted them here I would be banned for sure. Stan



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Rich'sToys

11-25-2021 06:37:59




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Yep. Les was just the reporter. He had nothing to do with organizing or setting up the event.

Coincidentally, someone sent me this just the other day.



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Absent Minded Farmer

11-25-2021 10:40:32




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 Re: Another funny in reply to Rich'sToys, 11-25-2021 06:37:59  
I forgot all about that episode. Just about laughed myself to tears when I saw it. Didn't know about any T-shirts. Will have to order one for next year.

Thanks for posting that!!

Mike



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Carlmac 369

11-25-2021 06:32:42




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Right.



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Phil9N3667

11-25-2021 06:04:18




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 Re: Another funny in reply to 4520BW, 11-25-2021 03:26:52  
Didn't he say As God is my witness, I thought Turkey's could fly!. The horror, they sound like bags of wet cement hitting the ground!



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db4600

11-25-2021 06:01:28




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 Re: Another funny in reply to 4520BW, 11-25-2021 03:26:52  
Hugh Wilson, the creator and producer of WKRP, had worked on radio at WQXI in Atlanta. This is closely based on an actual promotion done at Broadview Plaza back in the day.



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Determined

11-25-2021 05:22:30




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 Re: Another funny in reply to 4520BW, 11-25-2021 03:26:52  
That episode first aired over 40 years ago and I remember it like it was yesterday.

Laughed so hard I was in tears.

It gets my vote as the best line ever from a TV show.



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db4600

11-25-2021 05:01:59




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Richard G.

11-25-2021 05:08:26




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 Re: Another funny in reply to db4600, 11-25-2021 05:01:59  
I really enjoyed that show.
That was a great episode.



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3LFarms

11-25-2021 04:12:22




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 Re: Another funny in reply to 4520BW, 11-25-2021 03:26:52  
Why is that the only episode of that show I can clearly remember?
You would think I would have more vivid memories of Loni Anderson.



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Fred Werring

11-25-2021 05:08:16




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 Re: Another funny in reply to 3LFarms, 11-25-2021 04:12:22  
I was more of a Bailey (Jan Smithers) guy



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4520BW

11-25-2021 05:27:00




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Me too!



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sms

11-25-2021 05:40:40




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Me three.



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Tony in SD

11-25-2021 03:37:14




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 Re: Another funny in reply to 4520BW, 11-25-2021 03:26:52  
How did Les ever get the Buckeye Newshawk Award 5 times and not know turkeys cant fly?



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Loosehandle

11-25-2021 07:45:15




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He was mostly into hogs I believe.



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Kansas4010

11-25-2021 05:22:40




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 Re: Another funny in reply to Tony in SD, 11-25-2021 03:37:14  
If I remember right Les didn't actually know what the scheme Herb and Carlson came up with was. They just had him doing the onscene reporting.



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steve_in_mo

11-25-2021 04:22:28




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 Re: Another funny in reply to Tony in SD, 11-25-2021 03:37:14  
Les Nessman had imaginary office walls and an imaginary door he could close, too.
It was a great show, just not very realistic.



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Gambles

11-25-2021 05:19:10




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 Re: Another funny in reply to steve_in_mo, 11-25-2021 04:22:28  
Obviously, not too closely, but I think situations on the TV show were taken from a real radio station.



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