tv North Carolina News at 600PM CBS November 7, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm EST
oh, everything is fine here, fred. yeah, i'm looking after the house just like you asked me to, and taking care of your only son. yeah, i fixed him a nice supper tonight. tuna burgers and hot potato salad. uh-huh. oh, no, he's not here, fred. no, he went out on a date, you know, with his good friend, rollo. now don't worry about a thing, please. yeah, ok, i'll see you next week, all right? all right. bye. well, let's see. i've finished the dishes. so i think i'll have a little snack and look at the little television. i told you to leave that girl alone.
oh, great goobly-oo! what happened to you? look at this! what is going on here? come on, man, give him some breathing room! he's all right, he's all right, come on. what do you mean he's all-- i'm all right, grady. i'm all right. look here, did you get the number of that hit and run driver? hey, man, i don't even want to talk about it. well, somebody better tell me something, what happened to him? what did you do to him? i didn't-- i told fred that i'd take care of him, and look what you did! you went out and got him in all this mess! hey, grady, would you stop yelling at rollo? well, what happened? well, he got in a little argument, sort of, and got punched in the nose, sort of. who? who punched my best friend's only son in the nose? who was it? jojo jackson. did you say jojo jackson? that's right. the, uh, jawbreaker jojo jackson? that's him. the central avenue sledgehammer? we still talking about the same dude.
or better--better yet, we better call the national guard. hey, grady, just forget it, man. it's all over. what do you mean, it's all over, forget it? look at your nose, you got blood coming all out your nose! and look at your eyes, you can't see. you need some first aid, here. here, put this on your eye. grady, what's the matter with you? this is bologna, you're supposed to put a piece of steak on a black eye. well, as high as meat is today, head cheese on your eye. say, my man, if you're not going to leave this bologna on your eye, i might as well make me a sandwich. oh, no, you don't! this is all your fault, anyway. how come you didn't help him? help him? yeah! i saved his life. i moved out of the way when he was backing up. well, how come you didn't help him fight? what fight? there wasn't nothing but 2 licks thrown. jojo hit lamont, and lamont hit the floor.
you're some friend, rollo. hey, i am your friend, partner, through thick and thin. but, look, it got too thick, and i had to get in the wind. yeah, thanks a lot, brother. oh, man, you my ace, and i love you like a blood brother. but i ain't gonna fight jojo if he wants to hit my mama! yeah, well, just don't worry about it, rollo, 'cause i'm gonna take care of this myself. what you gonna do? well, look, why don't you just take my advice and leave well enough alone, and forget about it. y man, i'm not forgetting nothing! i'm not gonna let some chump violate my body over a woman and get away with it. over a woman? yeah, jojo's woman, candy nipson. hey, rollo, candy's not jojo's woman. and she told him that. that's why he hit me, 'cause he knows that she likes me. yeah, you could tell candy likes you the way she let you bleed all over her. well, look. now, listen, i told you. just forget about the whole thing, all right? hey, i can't do that, grady. it's a matter of pride.
ed for pride." yeah, well just don't worry about it, because i got a plan. he hit me in my face, man! that wasn't lemonade running out of my nose, it was blood! and that's what i got in my veins, blood. yeah, well if you want to keep that blood in your veins, you better not mess with jojo jackson! i promised your daddy i'd look after you! hey, roscoe, get out of the bologna! my name is rollo.
lamont? lamont, is that you? lamont! yeah, the truck's out there, he gotta be here somewhere. lamont? are you up there? lamont: yeah! well, you oughta say something when you come in. i could have taken you for a burglar what are you doing? lamont: i'll be right down! well, how come you-- what did you sneak in the house for? you got a girl up in your room with you?
[laughing] what is that you got on? grady, this happens to be called a "gi," and it's what you wear when you study karate. oh. you look like you're going to open up a beauty shop. you look like a beautician. what are you wearing that for? because i'm gonna study karate. see, rollo and i are going back to the boondocks bar and grill, and if jojo jackson starts acting crazy, i'm gonna have to use karate on him. i told you i had a plan. you gonna need more than a plan. you gonna need some burial insurance. yeah, well just stay out of it, grady, all right? as a matter of fact, just leave me alone here, 'cause i'dike to loosen up before my karate lesson. oh.
[knock on door] you see that? now there's the instructor now. fooling around with you, i didn't even have a chance to loosen up. you're worse than my father, grady. [knock] oh, hey, gus. hey, what's happening, lamont? come on in, brother. hey, look, gus, this is a friend of my father's, grady wilson, and he's going to be staying here with us until my pop gets back. grady, this is gus. gus: hey, what's going on. yeah, how you doing? say, let me ask you something. they let you ride the bus with those pajamas on? no, man, i drove over. well, how do you know he's qualified? well, do something. you know, break a piano, or eat a table, run through a tree. do something. grady! hey, look, mr. wilson, don't worry, i'm qualified. i'm a fifth degree black belt. did you hear that? the man's a figreefth de black belt. uh-huh. and if he messes with jojo jackson, he's going to need all 5 of those belts to lower him into the ground.
mr. wilson, karate is one of the oldest forms of self defense known to man. it ain't older than running. and how do you say that, now? karr-- no, it's karate. it's a japanese word, it means empty hand. oh, well, you'd have a much better chance if you'd fill that empty hand with a .38-caliber smith and wesson. say, lookie here, sit down for a minute. let me ask you something, goose. gus! uh, yeah. uh, whatever. did you ever use any of that stuff in real fighting? no, but i have seen men get their arms and their legs, and even their skulls busted in tournaments. oh, well you don't need karate for that. i can see that any night right out there in front of the pool hall.
karate is foolproof. oh, yeah? you the fool and jojo is the proof. look, there's an ancient saying. if your opponent is more skilled and stronger than yourself, and you can't find a way to defeat him, you must learn to die well. you hear that? die well? look, don't worry, mr. wilson. once you have mastered karate, any adversary. ok, suppose you're attacked by 2 dope fiends, and they both have 12-inch knives. and it's about 2 in the morning, and you're in a dead-end alley. all right, what would you do? i'd have a heart attack and drop dead. hey, grady, would you please excuse yourself now? we'd like to get on with it. hey, wait, wait, hold it, wait. look, i can see you're still not convinced. come on over here. all right. i'll show you what i would do if i was attacked by, say, 2 or more opponents, all right? hey, gus, you don't have to do all of that, man.
yeah, show me. first, the warm-up, right. see there, he doesn't know whether he's swimming or rowing. shh! see that? he's preparing himself. oh, goodness. now he's praying! oh, lord, i hope my blue cross is paid up. grady, would you just be quiet and look at the man? ok. [making high-pitched noises] how about that? yeah. i see why he wears those baggy pajamas now.
grady, what about that technique, man? was that beautiful? did you see that speed? anybody can beat up on the air. but what will he do against the real stuff? yeah, lookie here, see what you can do with this, gas. gus! keep your eye on the footwork now this is what you call the grady glide. and it comes around here, now, this is awful quick now, keep your eye on it. [making high-pitched noise] well? well, he deafened me, and i didn't hear him coming. hey, gus, let's just go ahead. forget about him, man, cause-- yeah, right. [screams] oh, yeah, if you want to go against jojo, you got one thing right. the screaming. there's going to be a lot of screaming.
hey, let's drink a toast to my partner. to the champ! hey, lamont, i hope you know what you're doing by coming back in here! oh, the man knows what he's doing. lamont, i think you brave. huh? [sighs] i mean, wild horses couldn't drag most men back in here after jojo jackson had punched him in the nose. hey, baby, he ain't most men! right, lamont? huh? oh, yeah, right. cookie: yeah. rollo: confident. and when we see you grab that chump in his collar and beat the anvil chorus onis gums, that won't be you, that'll be confidence. right, partner? yeah, that won't be me, that'll be confidence.
oh! jojo jackson! uh, uh-- you're blocking the door. oh, oh, yeah, uh, um, yeah, jojo. i mean, mr. jojo, i mean, mr. jackson. i'm very sorry, i didn't see you. don't be sorry, just be careful. oh, yes, sir. oh, wait a minute! uh, there's something i'd like to talk to you about, mr. jackson. yeah, you want to step over here? got some business with me? no, but i think you're going to have some business with someone inside in a few minutes. about a week ago, you punched a fellow in the nose, do you remember that? look, i punched a lot of chumps in the nose a week ago. yeah, yeah, but you punched this chump in the nose over a woman named candy. yeah, now i remember. uh-huh. some funny looking dude with a moustache? yeah! that's right, that's him. yeah, well, you see,
and i'm responsible for him. and what i wanted to tell you that he's in there right now with candy. oh, yeah? well, he shouldn't be, you see, because i told him if i ever caught him with her again, i was going to break both his jaws. wait, no, no, no! uh, don't go in there like that. because, see, if you kill him, then you'll be in a lot of trouble. i mean, a lot of trouble. what you talking about? well, you see, he's got this nervous disorder. and he's subject to fits. especially, you know, when people bother him. mr. jackson, i'm telling you, he's as soft as a grape. yeah, well, i'm going to peel his head. i really don't think he's going to show up. as a matter of fact, we should just get on up and get on out of here-- hey, punk! do you remember what i told you i was gonna do if i ever caught you with candy again? i think so. wait a minute, jojo!
why don't you take him outside and deal with him, lamont? cookie: yeah, go on! well, you know, candy, you just can't take a man outside and deal with him. i mean, this is a democracy and a democracy is built on a man having the right to his own opinion. why, he probably don't even want to go outside. i want to go outside. outside. i'll be outside. creep. ok, wait a minute, partner. the moment of truth has arrived. we're gonna go out there and show that chump just what you learned this week. candy: yeah we gonna go outside and show him what you know! uh, i think the best thing would be for all of us to stay inside--
a lot of blood out there. yeah, it is gonna be a whole lot of blood, and we might as well stay in here, but if you need me, partner, just holler! yeah, 'cause i don't think this is going to take too long. say, what happened in there, mr. jackson? when that clown gets out here, you can see for yourself what happens. but don't blink, because you might miss it. well, i'm telling you, mr. jackson, if he has another fit and dies, you'll be responsible. in jail for the rest of your life. just think, incarcerated for the rest of your days till your head is gray. i mean, wrinkled. you better get out of here before you get hurt.
hey, now, look, begging ain't gonna help you none. you might as well get up from there. [screaming] hey, what's a matter with you? are you having a fit or something? calm down! hey, look! look! i'm not gonna-- i'm not-- let's go inside! just calm down. yeah. now, look. just go back inside, forget what i said, and have a drink. have a drink on me. just...anything!
[screams] you see what i mean? yeah, that fool is crazy. you took the words right out of my mouth. i thought he was gonna die any minute. yeah, so did i. yeah, i was terrified. why don't you see about taking him to a doctor, get him some help. well, yeah, we've had him at all kinds of doctors and specialists. we even took him to reverend ike. yeah. well, good luck with him, old dude, and thanks for warning me about that. sure, anytime, mr. jackson. it happened so fast, i was moving so fast, my whole body was a weapon. feel how hard that is! you know what it was? it was a combination of karate and confidence.
hey, grady! where you at? hey, grady, you in the kitchen? hey, grady, look, i got a card from pop, man. hey says to tell you hi and that he'd be home tomorrow. all right, what are you doing with that on? well, i'm wearing it! what do you think i'm doing with it on? i know, but what are you wearing it for? well, it's comfortable,
now just sit down, i'll fix you a nice breakfast. sit down and get ready to eat, go ahead. have a seat there. always complaining about something. all righty. [humming] pork sausage again? this is the third time this week we done had pork sausage. we had pork sausage yesterday, and the day before, and the day before that. what is it with all these pork sausages, grady? what you trying to do? kill me? there is an ancient saying. if your opponent is your best friend's son, who cannot cook for himself, then he should eat what is put before him, and learn to die well. sayonara. captioning made possible by sony pictures television