'Morning Edition' Cincinnati Broadcast Reminds Inskeep Of 70's TV Show Steve Inskeep is hosting from Cincinnati, which he says is hard to do without thinking of the TV comedy, WKRP in Cincinnati. One iconic episode involved dropping free turkeys out of a helicopter.
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'Morning Edition' Cincinnati Broadcast Reminds Inskeep Of 70's TV Show

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'Morning Edition' Cincinnati Broadcast Reminds Inskeep Of 70's TV Show

'Morning Edition' Cincinnati Broadcast Reminds Inskeep Of 70's TV Show

'Morning Edition' Cincinnati Broadcast Reminds Inskeep Of 70's TV Show

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Steve Inskeep is hosting from Cincinnati, which he says is hard to do without thinking of the TV comedy, WKRP in Cincinnati. One iconic episode involved dropping free turkeys out of a helicopter.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with a cultural touchstone. We're on the radio from Cincinnati, which is hard to do without thinking of the old TV comedy "WKRP in Cincinnati." In a famous episode, the station attempts a promotion by dropping free turkeys out of a helicopter. As the newscaster describes it live...

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "WKRP IN CINCINNATI")

RICHARD SANDERS: (As Les Nessman) One just went through the windshield of a parked car.

(LAUGHTER)

INSKEEP: This leads to one of TV's most memorable lines. As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly. It's MORNING EDITION.

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