In a plot somewhat reminiscent of "WKRP in Cincinnati," a San Francisco radio-station owner decides to convert the station's classical format to rock and roll. He keeps one announcer who's an expert on classical music, and casts him in a dog-and-pony show where the old guy verbally spars with a young colleague who is an expert on rock. All this to get a younger audience for the station. The experiment seems to be working fine with audiences, but tensions rise at the station and soon the new program director is stabbed by his own fireplace poker. With the classical-music person (Jessica's good friend) as the obvious suspect, Jessica must try to find another motive and another suspect for the murder.
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And that, ladies and gentlemen, for you music lovers, was Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. For you guys who just like to crank up your stereos, it was that cool thing with the cannons. It's all right, I turned mine up, too, at that point.