Despite trying to get out of it, Herb gets called to and selected for jury duty, in the process he elected jury foreman. In the deliberation, what he expects to be the immediate unanimous decision and a quick return to work at WKRP isn't the case. Herb uses his sales tactics to try and get the other jurors to see things his way, they who seemingly are more concerned with others things. Back at the station, Andy, who has done almost every job at a radio station over the course of his career, has no issue in being acting sales manager, he, during Herb's absence, embarking on the specific task he asked Herb to do just before Herb was called away: collect on all the overdue accounts. Andy believes that for every delinquent client who refuses to pay, he can easily replace with another more responsible client. Andy finds that his hardball tactics aren't yielding the results he wants or was expecting as he slowly morphs into another more familiar sales persona. While Andy is acting sales ...
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So there we are, standing at my front door, and he says, "Jennifer, some women would feel obligated after flying to New Orleans on a private jet, and a moonlight dinner on a Mississippi river boat. But I prefer a challenge..."
[Les is hanging on to her every word
"Someone... someone who is interested in me and not my money."
What did you do?
Well, I wished him luck, kissed him on his bald spot, and wheeled him to his car.
In all versions since the 80's syndication package, "Get Off of My Cloud" by The Rolling Stones has been replaced by generic music, even though you can still see the Hot Rocks album jacket. See more
WKRP In Cincinnati Main Theme
Composed by Tom Wells
Lyrics by Hugh Wilson
Performed by Steve Carlisle
[Series main theme song played during the opening title card and credits] See more