Good Sweet Mary of Wadsworth, is that a woman's face or a new addition to Mount Rushmore!? That capture is from one of the featurettes on the WKRP IN CINCINNATI: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON 3-disc DVD box set. In the featurettes and the audio commentaries, it's clear that Anderson is a very nice, literate woman, but I wish she had been aware enough to not subject herself to plastic surgery(ies?) that deformed her so badly that she barely looks like someone from Earth.
The quick good news/bad news on the discs. All 22 episodes are presented uncut and in pretty decent condition. Unfortunately, a lot of the distinctive source music cues have been replaced by generic stock cuts because of the cost involved in licensing them. Often, okay, one can live with the substitutions, but often you can't. For instance, the famous scene in which Les Nessman (Richard Sanders) prepares for his date with Jennifer (Anderson) by slapping on a toupee while Foreigner's "Hot Blooded" cranks on the soundtrack has been neutered by the replacement of some boring library cue, totally destroying the humor of the moment.
On the other hand, I do have bootleg discs of the entire WKRP series with the original music, but they are syndication versions, meaning they are missing 1-2 minutes from each episode. We'll probably never get a perfect WKRP IN CINCINNATI DVD release, which is a shame, considering it's one of the great TV sitcoms. It was not especially respected by its production company, MTM, or its network, CBS, which moved it to eleven different timeslots in the four seasons it was on the air (one of them was after the shortlived and little-watched THE TIM CONWAY SHOW, IIRC), but critics loved it, and so did audiences, when they could find it. I believe WKRP even hit #1 in the weekly Nielsens on occasion. When it went into syndication, it was at least as popular with audiences as its fellow MTM shows that received more respect, including THE MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW.