Watching the classic Thanksgiving episode of WKRP in Cincinnati, "Turkeys Away!" Alhtough everyone rightly gets much joy from that classic closing line -- "As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly" -- there are many other great lines in the episode:
And, for me, the showstopping, bust-a-gut funniest line in the whole episode: "The turkeys are hitting the ground like sacks of wet cement!"
"Happy Thaaaaaank... giving! From W..... K..... R..... P!"
"Oh, no, can't go in there."
ARCHIE BUNKER’S PLACE (SEASON THREE): I’m up to the two-parter in which Gloria returns. The first part reveals that Gloria and Mike have separated, the second part leads directly into the short-lived spin-off Gloria. I didn’t hate this story as much as I remembered. I remembered that Mike joined a commune with one of his female students, which I thought at the time was very cliché. It’s actually a bit more nuanced than that. Gloria was upset, naturally, but I didn’t get the idea that their differences were irreconcilable. Reagan’s politics led Mike to a crisis, and he invited Gloria to join the commune with him. She refused, but the commune accepted only couples, so he asked one of his students. It is possible that their relationship was platonic.
Joining the cast this season is Denise Miller as Archie’s niece, Billie. Billie is a young adult and provides additional story opportunities than the younger Stephanie. Some of these episodes I remember quite well, others not at all.
Denise Miller had been in Fish. I've started re-watching it recently.