Sunday, August 26, 2012

Friday, July 27, 2012

WKRP in Cincinnati Promo

Here is a WKRP in Cincinnati Promo from January of 1979.

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Sparky Anderson on WKRP in Cincinnati

Over at the AV CLub http://www.avclub.com/articles/mad-men-ends-a-season-while-true-blood-begins-one,80977/ they mention the episode of WKRP which featured the guest star of Sparky Anderson the late Manager of the Cincinnati Reds. Here is that episode.

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Monday, February 27, 2012

WKRP on Antenna TV

I just saw that WKRP in Cincinnati is coming to Antenna TV. I don't get them but I am happy for you lucky dogs who do.http://www.antennatv.tv/videogallery/68261880/Entertainment/wkrp-is-coming-to-antenna-tv#pl-67486706

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Best Sitsom Episodes Ever Contest

If you click here
you will go to splitspider.com. There they are having their Best Sitcom Ever Tournment. There they are pitting Parks and Rec vs. Arrested Development and WKRP in Cincinnati vs. MASH.The one for WKRP in Cincinnati is Turkeys Away and MASH is the first episode that Harry Morgan was in but playing another character. It's title is titled The General Flipped at Dawn. Both MASH and WKRP are shows I have a soft spot for but I had to vote WKRP. It's a funnier show and MASH seems dated but if you leave out the music the humor on WKRP is timeless.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Turkeys Away!

Being that tomorrow is Thanksgiving I thought that I would share a link to Hulu.com and give you WKRP in Cincinnati's most famous episode. From there first season here is Turkeys Away!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Sale: WKRP in Cincinnati the Complete First Season



Normally the price at Amazon is $29.98 but right now it is on sale for $17.49. That's a savings of $12.49. So buy it today and get what I consider the best season ever of one of the best sit-coms of the 70's. Makes a great Christmas gift.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

For Sale: Great Deal for Monkee Fans!


For some Monkee fan out there my trouble is going to be your pleasure. I am laid off work and need at least $300 by the end of the month. So here's the deal. I will send you a framed and signed picture of all four Monkees, a signed first edition of Micky's book "I'm A Believer, my life of Monkees, Music and Madness", a DVD of the 1997 reunion of all four in England, my fictional book of the Monkees "Last Train to Murder" and a 1960's comic book of the Monkees.  The signed photo I bought from an autograph dealer. At that time it was only signed by Micky, Peter and Mike and came with a certificate of authenticy. Davy signed it for me in person after a concert in Cincinnati, Ohio. The book that was signed by Micky was gotten for me by afriend and given to me as a Christmas gift years ago. It pains me to have to sell them but I need the money more. So if you donate $300 I will send you all of these if you are the first person to donate and e-mail me that you donated it and give me your address. Otherwise they are $60 each and I will send you the one of your choice if it is still available. Thanks in advance for those who help and want to but can't buy them. What you can do in that case it post a link on your site to this post for those that would be interested.









Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Money, Money, Money...

...it's a rich man's world. You know it is if you owe for your health insurance. Being laid off and I just got a bill for my health insurance. So if you ever thought about donating to any of my sites now is as good a time as any. Please click on the donate button below or on the right.








Sunday, October 9, 2011

The Big Guy Game

It looks like sometime, for a short while, there was a game called The Big Guy Game. So who better to be the pitch man then Gordon Jump as Arthur "Big Guy" Carlson from WKRP in Cincinnati. I never saw this when it first came out. Recently I saw it over at http://www.retroist.com/2008/09/22/play-the-big-guy-game-with-gordon-more-wine-dudley-jump/

Where is Season Two?

Above you see the cover to the DVD set WKRP in Cincinnati the Complete First Season. My question is when will the complete second season be available? Anyone know? I mean if Night court can be up to season 4 then WKRP, which is a funnier show, should be up to at least season 2. Don't get me wrong Night Court was funny but WKRP was and is funnier. It was also a cleaner show. Herb wasn't a raunchy as Dan on Night Court.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Last Train to Murder is half off

My latest book, Last Train to Murder featuring the Monkees, is for sale at 50% off. Get it now at this great savings while you can at Lulu.com.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Edie McClurg is on Facebook


I saw that Edie McClurg, who played Herb's wife on WKRP, had a facebook page. But she only accpects friend request if she knows you. I understnad that and didn't want to lie and say I knew her but I want to let her know about this site. If any of you are her facebook friend please tell her of this site if you think she would be interested. I have been a fan of her work since seeing her on WKRP.

Friday, December 24, 2010

WKRP Christmas Cast Photo: Merry Christmas from WKRP in Cincinnati:Living on the air

Here is a cast photo of the members of WKRP in Cincinnati taken on the set from when they shot one of their Christmas episodes. I saw it on e-bay months ago.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

PARTNERS IN CRIME: Ep. 08, S1: "Fantasyland"

Here is an episode of the detective series that Loni did with Lynda Carter in the 80's. It was a very good light hearted drama. Too bad it didn't last longer.




Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Loni's Secret Commercial


WKRP In Cincinnati's Loni Anderson with dark hear years before she was cast on the show.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Venus Explains the Atom

Here is one of my favorite scenes from WKRP.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Dinky is Reduced


As you can see Amazon has reduced the price of my book Dinky the Elf. Before it was $10.95 now it is $9.86. Buy now and save money on a book that you can read to your children for Christmas or before if you so wish.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Gary Sandy Promo Photo


Here is this photo of Gary Sandy that was a promo when WKRP in Cincinnati was on the air on Monday nights on CBS. You can bid on it to win it on E-Bay.

Monday, August 23, 2010

WKRP mentioned in Big League Stew


Saw mention over at Yahoo's Big League Stew they mention about WKRP coming back on the air. Of course it isn't but they were trying to make a point. Click on the link above to check it out.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

WKRP in Cincinnati on air promo

Here is a CBS promo for WKRP in Cincinnati. Since Loni is talking about passes it is a safe bet that this was aired during a football game.

WKRP Ad


Here is a 1981 ad for WKRP in Cincinnati.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

WKRP in Cincinnati TV Week


Here is the cover to TV Week for Sept 17-23 of 1978 from the Chicago Tribune. I recently saw this on e-bay.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

New WKRP Ad


Here are two ads from 1991 for the new first run syndicated version of WKRP in Cincinnati.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Loni Anderson is Bananas


Saw this magazine cover of Loni Anderson on e-bay.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Broadway Cabaret Poster of Carol Bruce


Found a few things about WKRP on e-bay recently. Here is one of Mama Carlson (Carol Bruce).

Saturday, March 20, 2010

WKRP promo picture


Just saw this promo picture over at Zap 2 It. First time I remember seeing this picture.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Casting Vocal

I am trying to get back into broadcasting again. I recently created a deom tape for voice overs. Some of them I have posted on Casting Vocal a blog I created. I will post more in the future. For now you can click on Casting Vocal to listen to the first three. If you or anyone you know needs my services please contact me.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Rest in Peace Jim Harmon


I just heard that Jim Harmon, the writer/editor of the "It's That Time Again" series of short stories dealing with characters from old time radio, has passed away. Mr. Harmon was the first person to buy a story of mine and published it in that series. He exchanged some e-mails with me and he seemed like a very kind man. I even learned a few literary devices from him. His last e-mail was to congratulate me on on the release of my book "Dinky the Elf" but how he may not be able to get a copy. Now I wish I had sent him a copy. Mr. Harmon was a huge fan of OTR, movies, comic books and more. He tried to encourge all writers and he will be missed.