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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The closing scene is done in the 'line-up' style made famous by Dragnet
(1951). The artist's sketch, from Johnny's description, is, of course, Richard Nixon. 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.