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Jennifer pretends Johnny is her husband to ward off a childhood friend from West Virginia (Hoyt Axton) who shows up in Cincinnati expecting her to go through on their teenage agreement to get married.
Trivia: Buzz Sapien, a stage manager and associate director on the series, appears in this episode as Man in Elevator.
This episode was highly controversial, and the manager of the local Cincinnati affiliate threatened to preempt the broadcast, considering it to be exploitative of the Who tragedy, until he previewed it and realized the important statement it was making about the lack of political will to make progress in banning "festival (non-seat assigned tickets) seating" admission to rock concerts, which was largely responsible for the Who concert disaster.
This episode was considered one of several truly ground breaking ones that WKRP aired, adding to the program's reputation for high quality and a willingness to tackle difficult issues.
A sleazy photographer (George Wyner) takes nude pictures of an unsuspecting Jennifer while she's in a changing room, and her friends try to find a way to steal the photos before he sells them to a magazine.
Bill Dial, a producer, writer, and story editor on the series, makes the first of two on-screen appearances in this episode as WKRP's engineer Bucky Dornster (he would also appear in the season 2 episode "Baseball").Trivia: In 1997 TV Guide ranked this episode at number 40 on its '100 Greatest Episodes of All Time' list.Andy has to choose between love and work when his ex-girlfriend, country singing star Linda Taylor (Barrie Youngfellow), offers him the chance to go on the road with her.Series creator Hugh Wilson appears as a police officer.Shy, unassertive Bailey finally gets her chance to produce when WKRP does a public service interview show, but her first guest (Woodrow Parfrey), purportedly a child psychologist, turns out on the air to be nothing of the sort. Carlson decides to take a more hands-on managerial approach by doing the greatest Thanksgiving promotion in radio history - dropping live turkeys from a helicopter.
Trivia: This episode marks the first of three appearances by Edie Mc Clurg as Herb Tarlek's wife Lucille. He would appear in one episode in each season, all in different roles (although his character Rex Erhardt in the season 4 episode "Rumors" is very similar to this one).