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Love at the USO
Airdate: Thursday - April 8, 1965

WOR Show
Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
Yay, Jean, Yay, go baby, go. . . (Leigh Brown)
Show Description
Shep makes remarks about the previous nights show on Jews harps and demonstrates playing and English Jews Harp. "I'm one of the few classical Jews Harp players." Salute to an Englishman - In his H.G. Grubbage voice Shep reads a story of an Englisnman who discovers his wife is cheating on him when he catches her running naked from the guest room. She claims that she was only telling the guest that breakfast would be ready in fifteen minutes. "The case of the embarrasing knock on the oak paneled door" - Corporal Shepherd playing ping pong in the basement of the Red Bank USO and the beatiful girl who watches. While in Ft Monmoth NJ, Shep and the guys would go to the USO and play ping pong. Shep notices a good looking chick working there and they strike up a conversation. After a few weeks they go out on a date to the movies and a short time later she invites him into her house. They are sitting on the couch and Shep is preparing for his next move when there is a knock on the door and in walks the girls husband. A Major in the Army! He says hi to Shep and heads into the kitchen to get a beer as if there was nothing wrong. Shep makes a hasty exit.
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Engineer and Staff in Booth Summary/Rating Credit Instruments Played
By: Jim Clavin
Rating: Not Rated
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