Aside from the fashion (i.e. Herb Tarlek's leisure suits), and the occasional reference to a current event, the show does not feel too dated for me. I still get most of the jokes, and I will probably go back and watch favorite episodes whenever I'm in the mood for them. WKRP in Cincinnati was and still is a funny and touching show that is suitable for viewers of all ages. As I noted, those who may be bothered by the music changes will probably find the DVD set lacking, but for the rest of us, it's a good collection of episodes from an entertaining sitcom, and well worth buying.
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