WKRP in Cincinnati

Season 4 Episode 3

The Union

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 21, 1981 on CBS
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The Union
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The staff of WKRP considers joining a union. Mr. Carlson is furious and rushes to his mother for advice, while Andy tries to appear neutral in this labor-management conflict.

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    Robert Starr

    Robert Starr

    Delivery Man

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    Los Amigos Mariachis

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    Carol Bruce

    Carol Bruce

    Mama Carlson

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      • Jennifer: I already belong to a union. It's a quasi-religious group called the International Sisterhood of Blond Receptionists. There are only twelve members in the world. We meet once every two years in Switzerland. If I told you our minimum salary you'd have a heart attack and die. Bye.

      • Bailey: You just don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.
        Les: (confused) How do you mean?
        Bailey: I mean, just because there's a little bit of dirty water, you don't throw the baby out with the bathwater. You see, you keep the baby.
        Les: Well, I should certainly hope so!

      • Johnny: WKRP, with your generous help and support, has now climbed to 10th place in the Cincinnati market! If I sound emotional about this, it's because I can still hear my father saying: "Son, no matter what you decide to do in this life, always try to come in 10th." I think we've done it here, Dad!

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      • Bailey, Johnny & Venus: Always look for the union label.
        This is the theme song of the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees. It was well-known at the time for having been used in a then-recent commercial urging consumers to choose union-made goods.

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