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WKRP in Cincinnati

Season 3 Episode 2

Jennifer Moves

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 08, 1980 on CBS
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Jennifer Moves
The staff helps Jennifer move into her new $125,000 house in the quiet suburb of Landersville. But she soon finds out that life in Landersville isn't as pleasant as she thought it would be.

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    Judith-Marie Bergan

    Judith-Marie Bergan

    Dottie Dahlquist

    Guest Star

    Terry Wills

    Terry Wills

    Ken Dahlquist

    Guest Star

    Kenneth Kimmins

    Kenneth Kimmins

    Wayne Craven (as Ken Kimmins)

    Guest Star

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    • QUOTES (6)

      • Herb: (speaking about the piano) Well, I lost it. Ken and I just about had it, and then this woman grabbed Ken, and the piano rolled out of the driveway and down the street. I chased it...I chased it for about two blocks, but you live on an incline, and the thing just kept getting faster and faster.
        Venus: You raced a piano?
        Herb: Yeah.
        Venus: Damn, Herb's alright.

      • Herb: Unless someone comes out here right now and helps me with this piano, I'm never ever going to speak to any of you again for as long as I live!!

      • Johnny: You're a classy dame, Marlowe.
        Jennifer: So are you, Johnny.
        Johnny: 'Scuse me?

      • Herb: I read somewhere that solar energy is dangerous. It leaks or something.

      • Bailey: Have you noticed that all the men in Landersville are going bald? I wonder if there's a nuclear power plant in the area.

      • Les: My great aunt Eureka Nessman lived in a house very like this once, all alone. She had a little parakeet and she used to let it fly free throughout the house.
        Jennifer: Really?
        Les: Then she bought another parakeet, and another, and more and more until finally there were thousands of parakeets. And the mess they made was beyond belief. Aunt Eureka had gone insane of course, living all alone in a house very much like this one.

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