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The theme song was composed by Mike Post , who also scored the pilot. The show begins with the arrival of a new news director, the level-headed Dave Nelson Dave Foley. While Dave turns out to be less naive than his youthful appearance suggests, he never fully gains control of his co-workers. The fast-paced scripts and ensemble cast combined physical humor and visual gags with smart dialogue and absurd storylines. Plots often involved satirical takes on historical events, news stories, and popular culture references. The third- and fourth-season finales took the absurdity to the extreme, setting the characters in outer space and aboard the Titanic.
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