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Published on Apr 16, 2007
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In this clip from civil rights activist Petey Greene's Washington DC television program in the Spring of 1982, Greene explains how to eat watermelon. Utterly bizarre. Also, pointers on eating corn and fried chicken.
There is, by the way, an AWESOME book out all about Petey, titled "Laugh if you like" by Lurma Rackley...you can get it on Amazon.
Oscar nominee Don Cheadle portrays Petey Greene in a 2007 movie based loosely on Petey's life titled "Talk To Me" which is available on DVD.
The song at the end of Petey's video (used as his show's theme music) is "Amazon" by Earl Klugh from "The Best of Earl Klugh, Vol. 1".