Thursday, November 28, 2013

Nothing Says "Thanksgiving"

Like the great WKRP turkey drop.

Oh the humanity!


wjbill said...

Turkey's do fly. We have watched them fly to get away from our dogs and to roost for the night. Short distances but still flying

Anonymous said...

My parents got that on VCR many years ago, and would play it before dinner whenever Thanksgiving was at our house.


Reamus said...

God I loved that skit.

Kathleen said...

THIS is the new Thanksgiving Day classic video:

Happy Thanksgiving, Driftglass and Blue Gal and your family, and to all the Driftettes who post.

JerryB said...

I've always had a special place in my heart for Arthur Carlson.

JerryB said...

When they were filming that episode I wonder if they had any idea what a piece of classic Television they were creating?

Anonymous said...

Some channel made the inspired decision to run this episode back to back to back to back.
As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.

Anonymous said...

Good morning, Mr. Glass.

Hope you and your family enjoyed your holiday.

---Kevin Holsinger

Anonymous said...

Off topic, but I thought you would find this funny:

If all stories were written like science fiction stories

"At the airport Roger presented their identification cards to a representative of the airline company, who used her own computer system to check his identity and retrieve his itinerary. She entered a confirmation number, and gave him two passes which gave them access to the boarding area. They now underwent a security inspection, which was required for all airline flights. They handed their luggage to another representative; it would be transported in a separate, unpressurized chamber on the aircraft.

“Do you think we’ll be flying on a propeller plane? Or one of the newer jets?” asked Ann.

“I’m sure it will be a jet,” said Roger. “Propeller planes are almost entirely out of date, after all. On the other hand, rocket engines are still experimental. It’s said that when they’re in general use, trips like this will take an hour at most. This one will take up to four hours.”