One last post from me on this subject. At the chat, when I asked if there was any chance of WKRP In Cincinnati coming out on DVD, Peter Staddon replied "It would be a great release, if only we could afford the music clearance rights!" That's fair enough (the music rights for a show with so much music would be hideously expensive, and there's no point in releasing the show with the same fake music heard in reruns), but I would still like to put in a plug for WKRP, especially since it has a 25th anniversary coming up in 2003 (the show premiered in 1978). If there is no way to get the complete series out on DVD (and I'm still holding out hope that the M*A*S*H series will be successful enough in that format to justify the expense of putting out other classic '70s series like 'KRP), then perhaps FOX could consider putting out selected episodes to mark WKRP's 25th anniversary -- episodes like "Turkeys Away" (the favorite), "The Americanization of Ivan" (the show that suffers the worst music changes in reruns), "Daydreams" (the episode most brutally butchered in syndication), "Real Families," and so on. Like most TV fans, I dislike so-called "best of" collections, but there's so little uncut, original-music WKRP on home video in any format that I'd reluctantly accept selected episodes if music-rights issues could not be cleared for the entire series. Anyway, since Fox is rightly planning to mark the 30th anniversary of the M*A*S*H series with a DVD release, I hope Fox will do something with WKRP for its 25th anniversary in 2003.