By Michael B. Kassel
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Though she wanted to be on her own, circumstances forced Anderson to return home to her parents, who insisted that Anderson put herself through school. "It was the greatest gift they could have given me-my independence," recalled Anderson in a 1979 interview. "I learned how to make it on my own" (Hoover, Riley 115). Anderson studied art and obtained a teaching certificate at the University of Minnesota. She was never interested in teaching as a serious profession, but, as a single mother, she wanted a stable career to fall back on.
Impressed by what he saw, Olton suggested Sandy to Wilson. With parts that painted Sandy as more of a "nut hanging off of the fender" than "the main driver of the car," Olton decided not to tell Wilson about Sandy's previous roles. "I never watched All that Glitters," reflected Wilson in a TV Guide interview, "and I don't watch daytime TV. All I knew was that we had tested a lot of people for the part and here, suddenly, was a nice-looking All American Boy-type guy who knew how to act and had a keen comedic sense.
In the long run, it is not important whose version of the story is right or wrong, but that both Anderson, through her acting, and Wilson, through his writing, were able to bring to life a character that has become an icon in American television-the first sexy/smart blonde. Regardless of who had the idea, it was ultimately up to Wilson to write it and for Anderson to pull it off. "Loni," sighed Wilson. "God, she was good I mean, she was good .. you'd have to throw it out or rewrite the joke or figure out another way to do it..
America’s Favorite Radio Station: WKRP in Cincinnati by Michael B. Kassel