Willie T. Hawkins… Dave Chappelle
Deborah… Heidi Gardner
Josh… Andrew Dismukes
Gail… Chloe Fineman
Skip Dudley… Michael Longfellow[starts with show intro] [Cut to show set]
Heidi: Welcome back ‘PM In the Afternoon’. Coming up later, chef Cindy is going to show us how to make the perfect turducken.
Andrew: Oh, and once again we are honored to be joined by legendary blues musician Willie T. Hawkins. He’s been sitting in all morning playing some tasty licks off his new album “My potato hole”. Interesting title.
Heidi: I’m sorry, Willie T., I almost don’t want to ask, but what on earth is a potato hole?
Kenan: Don’t worry about it.
Andrew: Well, no, I’m curious. What is it? Do I have a potato hole? Can I touch my wife’s potato hole?
Heidi: Can we even say potato hole on TV? What is a potato hole?
Kenan: I’d rather not say.
Heidi: Hey, Willie T., a closed book. Okay, let’s turn it over to Gail with the weather. How’s our weekend looking?
Chloe: Well, we’ve got some storm clouds moving in. So if you’re going out you’re gonna want to bring an umbrella, especially if you don’t want to get rained inside your potato hole. I’m sorry, it’s just so fun to say potato hole. Potato hole. Potato hole.
Andrew: Okay. If you’re just joining us, folks, we are absolutely tickled by Willie T. Hawkin’s new album ‘My potato hole”. Hey, speaking of tickled what would happen if I took on my wife’s potato hole?
Heidi: Josh, your mind?
Andrew: I know.
Heidi: I wouldn’t want to be in there for five seconds.
Andrew: But could you be in a potato hole for five seconds? I mean, what is it?
Heidi: The internal question what is a potato hole? The world may never know. Now let’s toss things over to Skip Dudley with sports.
Michael: Thanks Deborah. The PGA Tour is in full swing, pun, with Rory McIlroy sinking an unbelievable hole in one. And know, it got me thinking, could you hit a potato hole in one?
Andrew: Skip, you goo.
Heidi: I knew it was going there.
Michael: Potato hole.
Andrew: All right, now, before we go to break, Willie T., you gotta tell us. We got to know what is a Potato Potato?
Heidi: What’s a potato hole?
Andrew: Spill the tea.
Heidi: What’s the potato hole?
Andrew: For the love of God, man, tell us what about potato hole is.
Kenan: A potato holes a hole that slaves would dig to hide their food possessions from plantation owners. The little these slaves had, they would in their potato hole. Even though they knew that if their masters found these potato holes, they’d be whipped, beaten, torn limb from limb. Potato was their last vestige of humanity. And over time, it came to symbolize resilience. Black Life in the face of white oppression. That’s what a potato hole is, bitch.
Andrew: Uh-huh. I did not see that as what it could be. Could have told us sooner. But yes, no, I think we are all sorry.
Heidi: Willie T., want to play us out with a tasty lick?
Kenan: I do not.
Heidi: Didn’t think you would. We’ll be right back.