What can YOU say in six sentences?
After watching Andy do Elvis on Carson, I watched SNL's Gilda with pyramid hair, then the Beatles sang Yesterday.
Buffy clung to a spectacled Mrs. Beasley after the initial kaleidescope swirl, the "Everyone wants a Slinky..." walked magically down stairs, St. Joseph's Children's Aspirin was a kid's #1 fever relief and heaven was a scoop of orange sherbet from Ashburns on Rosedale Avenue.
Fort Worth's Harold Taft of WBAP's Channel 5 slapped magnetic arrows on a weather map, Miss Mary Lynn talked to Magic Mirror on Romper Room then showed kids how to make stilts with empty cans and twine.
Phone numbers began with letters on a slow rotary dial, dishes were washed by hand with Joy, Charlton Heston was Moses and Judy Garland was Dorothy Gayle.
Fort Worth's Berry Street was paved in bricks and bubble gum was a penny when Jerry Haynes was "Mr. Peppermint".
Before its humming slumber, the big box TV said to all, "It's ten o'clock...do you know where your children are?"