WKRP in Cincinnati

Season 2 Episode 6

Carlson for President

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 05, 1979 on CBS
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Carlson for President
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Mr. Carlson runs for Cincinnati City Council. When Bailey discovers a potentially damaging piece of information about the front-runner in the election, Mr. Carlson considers using that information in a televised debate.

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    Gary Sandy

    Gary Sandy

    Andy Travis

    Gordon Jump

    Gordon Jump

    Arthur "Big Guy" Carlson

    Loni Anderson

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    Jennifer Marlowe

    Richard Sanders

    Richard Sanders

    Les Nessman

    Tim Reid

    Tim Reid

    Gordon "Venus Flytrap" Sims

    Frank Bonner

    Frank Bonner

    Herb Tarlek

    Howard Witt

    Howard Witt

    Charles Tillman

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    Lillian Garrett

    Lillian Garrett

    Mitzi Monahan (as Lillian Garrett-Bonner)

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    Howard Morton

    Howard Morton

    Wendel Brooks

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      • Wendel Brooks: I'm for busing. I'm for busing every Communist and Communist sympathizer in this country back to Russia, or to New York City, or wherever they come from. I've spoken personally with my maid and a man at the airport, and I can tell you personally that the black people don't want busing any more than the rest of us.

      • Les: The secret is to appear to answer all the questions, when in truth it's all mumbo-jumbo. Here, let me show you. Herb, ask me this question.
        (Les hands Herb a card with a question written on it)
        Herb: Surely. "Mr. Candidate, what is your energy program?"
        Les: Right now, I'm devoting a great deal of time and study to that problem. And I intend to issue a position paper on that. A position that is at once simple, yet complex, flexible, and above all else, fair to every American.

      • Mr. Carlson: Listen, Venus, how do things look in the black community?
        Venus: Oh, same old thing. Big lush lawns, manicured hedges. Living's easy. Fish are jumpin', cotton oh 'bout so high... Daddy's rich. I suppose you don't wanna hear about my momma, huh?

      • Herb: Come on, we need dinero, muy dinero.
        Jennifer: Herb, in Spanish that means "very money."
        Herb: (after a pause) I knew that.

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