WKRP in Cincinnati

Season 1 Episode 16

I Want to Keep My Baby

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Mar 12, 1979 on CBS
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A young single mother, who listens to Johnny every day and feels as though he's the only person in town she really knows, leaves her baby at the station. Johnny becomes attached to the baby and refuses to turn it over to the family-services people until he has had a chance to contact the mother again.moreless

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    Gary Sandy

    Gary Sandy

    Andy Travis

    Gordon Jump

    Gordon Jump

    Arthur "Big Guy" Carlson

    Loni Anderson

    Loni Anderson

    Jennifer Marlowe

    Richard Sanders

    Richard Sanders

    Les Nessman

    Tim Reid

    Tim Reid

    Gordon "Venus Flytrap" Sims

    Frank Bonner

    Frank Bonner

    Herb Tarlek

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Les: (carrying a big bear) I had to bring this all the way across town on my motor-scooter. By the way, Johnny, there's a long black car outside with a small man in the back seat. He keeps beating on the window with his cane.
        Jennifer: (remembering she left her date outside) Oh, I think I'd better go.

      • Venus: Time to get the funk out your face, Cincinnati!

      • Johnny: (to the baby) Have you had breakfast yet? I've got some coffee and nachos.

      • Jennifer: I had my date drive me over. He's down in the car.
        Johnny: Well, why don't you invite him on up?
        Jennifer: Oh no, give him a chance to cool off a little. Besides, I don't think he's allowed to climb stairs.

      • Johnny: The time is 6:07 in the morning, and it's time for this message.
        Commercial: Wouldn't a delicious, ice-cold beer taste particularly good right now? Sure it would!
        Johnny: Sure it would.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Songs: "A Rock n' Roll Fantasy" by The Kinks; "Baby" by Carla Thomas; "Teach Your Children" by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; "Return to Sender" by Elvis Presley; "Your Smiling Face" by James Taylor; "Hold The Line" by Toto; "Lively Up Yourself" by Bob Marley; "Lovers Prayer" by Randy Newman

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