"Yes, it as after I was married. My parents got TV. And my wife and I I was working in this small bank of this town, we drove out at night to watch the TV. I wasn't much. It was so fuzzy you could hardly see it. And every so often, we'd say, 'Oh, that's a good picture.' But, it was pretty bad. But, everybody would sit on the edge of their chairs and try to watch it.
"We put up a big pole with a big antenna on top just to get a fuzzy picture. [Laughs.]"