Turkeys Away recap & spoilers

Turkeys Away (WKRP In Cincinnati - S1E7) recap & spoilers

7.5 star

Station manager Arthur Carlson comes up with a big idea for a unique holiday promotion involving live turkeys and a helicopter..

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Turkeys Away - WKRP In Cincinnati S1E7 Reviews

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When TV was RealI miss the old simple shows,now its just space junk.I like some but not very much of it..Score: 4/5

To all those moaning about the music being gone...They had no choice. In many cases, they couldn't get the clearances any more for the music, or it would have been prohibitively expensive. So would you rather have a slightly altered WKRP or none at all?.Score: 5/5

Need More SeasonsFell in love with this show upon purchasing it. Sadly iTunes doesn’t have the other seasons. Hopefully they are coming soon..Score: 5/5

Original Music...No problemWKRP is one of my all time fave shows. I saw it in it's original run wayback when and now that I've watched a few episodes, I have no complaint about the original music being replaced by 'canned' music. It wasn't the music that sold the show, it's the acting, personalitites and situations that made this show funny. Don't be put off by substituted music, WKRP is still Boss..Score: 4/5

Would Pay Twice the Asking Price if it Had the MusicI'm one of the lucky who have original VHS tapes of the show, that said, I'd like to have them in glorious digital quality... but NOT without the original music. Dear Fox, you MORONS, this is a show, about a radio station, and radio stations play MUSIC!!! Get a clue, it's what made the show. You could make back the royalties you'd have to pay if you grew a set, instead, you're taking one of the most highly regarded and revered shows on TV and you're basically mocking it, and it's fans, and suckering those who maybe didn't read these reviews. Release this properly and I'll pay twice the asking price, and I bet many else would too. As it stands, you're not really offering the show, you're offering a joke..Score: 1/5

Wonderfully funny episodeThis episode (Turkeys Away) absolutely must rank high as one one of the funniest of all sitcoms. 'So many great lines. I have had those lines in my head for years (using them whenever possible). I was so happy to see this particular episode on iTunes! After laughing out loud at several parts, I found myself 100% happy with the purchase. I'll likely be adding some "Welcome Back Kotter", "Bob Newhart", and others. (If only there were some "Odd Couple" episodes.) Good, good stuff! 'Takes you right back..Score: 5/5

Turkey's Away is One of the Best Sitcom Episodes of All TimeI am an animal lover, but with all due respect to turkeys everywhere, this episode is one of the funniest comedy pieces in TV history, especially if you know the show's characters well. In fact, it's one of the few episodes of this almost-great TV series in which every character has a line written perfectly for them -- most of them funny. And the overall concept for this episode ranks up there with the "Chuckles Bites the Dust" episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. This is definitely one you should buy..Score: 5/5

One of the all-time greats, but...Do not get this. i've seen these and they are not good. i mean, sure, this is a comedy about great characters, and it's still as hilarious and heart-felt as ever, but it's also a show about music and radio. and they've almost completely butchered that brilliant premise by removing the music pretty much entirely. it's just too sad to watch. i'm hoping for someone like shout! factory to come along and save this classic show like they did with freaks and geeks, and publish this the way it HAS to be seen-- with ALL of it's original music intact (and the same goes for northern exposure!). don't give anyone your money for putting out a truly great show in a form that's a shell of it's former self..Score: 1/5

Classic Thanksgiving episodeThanksgiving episode alone is worth the price..Score: 4/5

So happy to have the gang backJust finished watching "Pilot, Pt. 1" and boy is it great to have the WKRP gang back. Because of this music rights fee issue show hasn't been in reruns in the LA market since the early 90s (wore out my old VHS tapes years ago) and I'd forgotten how much I missed it. The outstanding ( and groundbreaking) writing, the wonderful ensemble play among actors who relished their roles and simple direction made me laugh all over again, especially since the episodes are original broadcast complete. Yes, the original music has been replaced by awful noise but, in the long run, you're going to enjoy the comedy a lot more than you're going to miss 15 seconds of Grover Washington or 20 seconds of Pink Floyd. So lets order up these episodes so the next two seasons will be released. Addendum after viewing one of the episodes. At the beginning of the "Bailey's Show" episode Venus puts on a record and, low and behold, it is not the crappy replacement music but the actual song "Boogie Oogie Oogie" by Taste of Honey. Was this a slip up or will there be other instances of the original music showing up? Stay Ituned..Score: 5/5

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FantasticI remember watching this show as a kid, I loved it then and I love it now. I just finished watching 4 episodes back to back. Itunes please bring back more old shows!!.Score: 5/5

Classic show, but missing the classic rockThis release of one of the funniest sitcoms of all time is let down by the fact that they couldn't get the rights to the classic rock tunes used in each episode when the show first aired. Those classic tunes were integral to the shows comedy and timing and unfortunately the generic music that has replaced them just doesn't cut it..Score: 3/5

Where are the rest of the seasonsAwesome show. Loved it as a kid love it now..Score: 5/5

As god as my witness.....I thought turkeys could fly! What a great series. Looking forward to more WKRP on itunes!!.Score: 5/5

WKRP in Cincinnati: "Commercial Break"I was very disappointed with the quality of the video; not remastered at all as one would've expected. Addtionally, there are portions of the original episode which have been edited. I remember wll the original series well, and was quite annoyed to see that the episode I purchased was not provided in its entirety..Score: 1/5

A travesty to a great sitcomThis show was about raw rock & roll. Music was central to making this a brilliant sitcom. The music industry wanted to renegotiate their contract for digital rights and thus greed destroys a classic. The great cast still shines but what's the point when generic alt rock is playing in the background? I only bought the pilot (thank god) but I do wonder what they will do for the John Lennon Imagine episode. This is worse than Lucas inserting crappy digital dinosaurs into star wars claiming he wanted them there originally! Please please redo with original music. Screw the greed and come to an agreement to restore the original wonderful, if dated, classic I love..Score: 1/5

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WKRP In Cincinnati Season 1 Episode 7 (Turkeys Away) Images & Pictures

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WKRP In Cincinnati Season 1 Episode 7 (Turkeys Away) Images & Pictures
WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 Other Episodes
1Pilot, Pt. 1 - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 1 spoilers, recap and reviews
Pilot, Pt. 118 Sep 1978$1.99

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.

2Pilot, Pt. 2 - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 2 spoilers, recap and reviews
Pilot, Pt. 225 Sep 1978$1.99

Andy is in dire straits when angry listeners and advertisers protest the station's new format.

3Les On a Ledge - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 3 spoilers, recap and reviews
Les On a Ledge02 Oct 1978$1.99

Timid news director Les Nessman goes out on a ledge after having his reputation as a newsman -- and his manhood -- questioned.

4Hoodlum Rock - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 4 spoilers, recap and reviews
Hoodlum Rock09 Oct 1978$1.99

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.

5Hold-Up - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 5 spoilers, recap and reviews
Hold-Up16 Oct 1978$1.99

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.

6Bailey's Show - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 6 spoilers, recap and reviews
Bailey's Show23 Oct 1978$1.99

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, weirdoes and losers the city has ever seen.

8Love Returns - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 8 spoilers, recap and reviews
Love Returns06 Nov 1978$1.99

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.

9Momma's Review - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 9 spoilers, recap and reviews
Momma's Review15 Jan 1979$1.99

Mr. Carlson's tyrannical mother -- and WKRP's owner -- arrives to review the station's recent changes.

10A Date With Jennifer - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 10 spoilers, recap and reviews
A Date With Jennifer22 Jan 1979$1.99

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!

11The Contest Nobody Could Win - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 11 spoilers, recap and reviews
The Contest Nobody Could Win29 Jan 1979$1.99

An on-air slip of the tongue could cost the station $5,000 and cost Johnny and Andy their jobs.

12Tornado - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 12 spoilers, recap and reviews
Tornado05 Feb 1979$1.99

A tornado unexpectedly hits Cincinnati, allowing Mr. Carlson to demonstrate his leadership abilities and allowing Jennifer to reveal a hidden talent.

13Goodbye, Johnny - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 13 spoilers, recap and reviews
Goodbye, Johnny19 Feb 1979$1.99

A lucrative offer at another radio station has Johnny packing his bags for California.

14Johnny Comes Back - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 14 spoilers, recap and reviews
Johnny Comes Back26 Feb 1979$1.99

Johnny's return to Cincinnati is far from triumphant as he soon discovers that he has no job and no place to live.

15Never Leave Me, Lucille - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 15 spoilers, recap and reviews
Never Leave Me, Lucille05 Mar 1979$1.99

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.

16I Want to Keep My Baby - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 16 spoilers, recap and reviews
I Want to Keep My Baby12 Mar 1979$1.99

Johnny gets a chance to play daddy when a desperate young mother abandons her baby in a basket on the doorstep of WKRP.

17A Commerical Break - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 17 spoilers, recap and reviews
A Commerical Break26 Mar 1979$1.99

An advertising campaign for funeral packages clashes with the station's rock and roll aesthetic.

18Who Is Gordon Sims - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 18 spoilers, recap and reviews
Who Is Gordon Sims02 Apr 1979$1.99

Venus's past comes back to haunt him after he refuses to allow a photo of himself to be printed in the newspaper.

19I Do, I Do... for Now - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 19 spoilers, recap and reviews
I Do, I Do... for Now23 Apr 1979$1.99

When her childhood sweetheart arrives, determined to marry her, Jennifer makes matters worse by pretending that she's already married to Johnny.

20Young Master Carlson - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 20 spoilers, recap and reviews
Young Master Carlson30 Apr 1979$1.99

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.

21Fish Story - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 21 spoilers, recap and reviews
Fish Story28 May 1979$1.99

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.

22The Preacher - WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 episode 22 spoilers, recap and reviews
The Preacher04 Jun 1979$1.99

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.

WKRP In Cincinnati All TV Seasons
WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 1 watch, hd download
WKRP In Cincinnati, Season 128 Oct 200722 Episodes

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, DJs 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! PLEASE NOTE: We are using the raw, original broadcast material to deliver the most authentic experience we could provide. As a result, you may notice occasional glitches in video quality. Also: Some of the original music content has been edited for this release.

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