The comedy segment is revealing what John Poindexter's lawyer was advising his client when testifying to the Congressional Committee investigating the Iran-Contra scandal, illustrated with photos. Charles Batton is this year's winner of the hollering contest held in Spivey's Corner, North Carolina. He first talks about his work as a police officer in Louisburg, NC, which has a 10-man police force. He's been a police officer for four years, and re-enacts a typical domestic disturbance call, which he notes that officers hate; he also talks about his fondness for deer hunting. He lists various jobs he had before, including selling vacuum cleaners door-to-door, which Johnny also once did. Batton imitates dogs as well, which he demonstrates. After telling how he found California "crowded" (it is his first trip) he demonstrates his winning hollers with an enthusiastic story featuring his father and grandfather and their dog. Mark Harmon first talks about how he found out about his father ...
Did You Know?
[on his flashy jacket
I got this from Goodwill in Naples.
References The Ellen Burstyn Show