Chris I remember WKRP in Cincinnati very well and loved the show.. However I didn't see that episode, mores the shame! So I guess that means I too must be old.. but I'm definitely not from the US!
Erik and Fred I was particularly fond of Flowery Twats myself!
It's nice to see that WKRP was exported for the rest of the world to enjoy. Though, I never got into Faulty Towers. It was too weird for me. I just chalked it up to British humor being dry, but then I realized that I liked Monty Python. It was then that I just let go of trying to explain it.
Yes. Two photos of Camera 6, documenting her successful infiltration of the One Trick Pony Express!
Omg...I'm off to Wikileaks to see who's been telling my secrets!!!
Um and yes please feel free to take two pics those of you still remaining.. The last shot on the roll is reserved for the bottle of wine that I intend drinking as soon as these babies land on my doorstep!
Steve well done turning it around so fast after all the confusion.
John you and your Huge Manatee evoked the loudest groan I've had in a long time.. and no smart comments from the peanut gallery tyvm!
As Erik so wisely said... Onwards!!
If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?
That reminds me of an episode of WKRP, when Les arranges a helicopter full of turkeys be dropped over Cincinnati as a Thanksgiving promotion by the radio station. "But I thought they could fly!"
After I began typing, I realize that this is probably more amusing to me than others reading this thread. This was a show in the late 1970s to early 80s, about radio station and it's staff. Unless you're old and from the US, and remember watching the show, you probably won't get this reference.