The 1970's were, by and large, a forgettable decade for the medium of television. Looking back, all I can remember of that decade was a vast desert of mediocrity and highly forgettable T.V. shows, with only few exceptions. Wkrp in Cincinnati was one of the MAJOR exceptions. Les Nessman doing his Hindenburg style commentary on the bombing of a parking lot with live turkeys by the very station that employed him was one of the funniest damn things I've ever seen on television...period! "With God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly" had millions of Americans on the floor with tears in their eyes as they fought to control their laughter. I was one of them. Consistently well written, consistently funny as hell, Wkrp in Cincinnati was one of the all time greats!