An Oldie, Enjoy!

One of the classics…

This is a blast from the past, WKRP in Cincinnati Famous Turkey Drop.


  1. Archpriest Alexander F. C. Webster says

    Priceless comedy from the good ol’ days of the late 1970s / early 1980s: “Oh, the humanity!” “It was like the turkeys mounted a counterattack; it was almost as if they were organized!” “As God is my witness: I thought turkeys could fly.” Thanks, George, for some good Holiday fun–and fond memories of decent television sitcoms.

  2. Patrick Henry Reardon says

    Thank you, George. It brought back great times!

  3. Fr. John A. Peck says

    The unflappable Les Nesmann at his very best. Thank you, George.

    • George Michalopulos says

      For my money, Les Nesman was one of the most unique characters in TV. Right up there with Ted Baxter on the old Mary Tyler Moore Show.

  4. One of my favorite memories of that show is when Les is introduced to Jennifer’s egocentric hunk of a boyfriend, Steel, during a visit to her apartment.

    “Hi, my name’s Steel. I like to think a man’s name says a lot about the kind of man he is. What did you say your name was?”


  5. Funny, too, how Les Nessmans’ dress sense does not date him to the period like the others.
    Classic in more than one sense of the word.

  6. G. Sheppard says

    You know this was from another era when the Thanksgiving crowd “is curious, but well behaved.”