It is 1930s Pittsburgh, and college student Betty Roberts has won an internship at WENN, a station that specializes in radio shows. She finds that the employees of the shows are just as wacky as the characters they play on the radio. They include: Mackie Bloom, WENN's man of a thousand voices; Hilary Booth, queen of the stage who carries an over-inflated ego; Mr. Foley, WENNs sound effects man who never talks; Tom Eldridge, who is as clueless as a gnat; and Jeffery Singer, who is in a marriage of convenience with Hillary. Each week, we watch how the station members struggle to keep the station going.
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Before WKRP. Before NewsRadio. Before Frasier. There Was WENN
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Mr. Foley's dialogue consists almost entirely of interjections in the form of sound effects. See more
I, um, don't suppose you've had a chance to look at my script yet, have you?
Oh, um, just the first page. I thought...
Oh, please, be as critical as you would like. My internship here would otherwise be meaningless.
Well, Enid, I couldn't help noticing that both the hero and the villain in your script have the same first name. Don't you think that that's a little confusing? Especially on the radio, where you can't see what anyone looks like. For instance, on page one of your script your heroine...
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