Things are slowly starting to pick up when Herb sells his new client, Del's Stereo Shop, on a remote. Things go bad when Johnny broadcasts from the stereo shop, no customers show up, Bucky (the engineer) breaks tons of equipment, and an out-of-work deejay holds the store up. Written by
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This episode was one of the few times that monitor headphones were used in the studio. See more
After Bob "Bobby Boogie" Burnat fires the Colt .45 and shoots the speaker, he holds up the gun for Johnny Fever to take. When he does, you can see that the hammer is in the down (uncocked) position. When the Colt model 1911 is fired, the slide moves to the rear to eject the spent case and to load a new cartridge. This action leaves the hammer in the cocked position ready to fall on the freshly chambered round. The hammer being down indicates that the gun was never fired. See more
Take it up with my union.
Union! I don't want any trouble with unions I hate unions however I'm all for 'em don't forget I said that.
Speed kills, Del.
Back in the U.S.A.
Written by Chuck Berry
Performed by Linda Ronstadt
Played in the background as Carlson and Andy leave the booth to go to Del's store. See more