Transcript: Yard Sale | Nov 07, 2002

(music plays)

From the perspective of a car in motion, postcards float around. The title of the show appears as if it were a postcard. It reads "TVO. Garnet, Ontario."

[Hammer banging]

A man hammers a sign that reads "Yard Sale" by a road. He is in his sixties, clean-shaven with short hair. He’s wearing a plaid shirt, light brown trousers and red and white cap.

He walks by tables where crockery and different object sit.

The man says I PICKED THIS UP AT AN
AUCTION IN HERE, STUFF
THERE, EXCEPT FOR THE
CUCUMBERS THAT WE GROW
OURSELF.
AND THE REST OF THIS, HALF
OF IT IS OURS, AND HALF OF
IT'S OUR KIDS.
AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK WE
WATCH "THE ANTIQUE SHOW."
YOU LIKE TO SEE THOSE
COLLECTIONS OF STUFF THAT
SOME PEOPLE HAVE THAT ARE
WORTH THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS.
I FIND IT'S MORE INTERESTING
TO WATCH ANTIQUES THAN IT IS
TO SOMETHING GOOFY, PROGRAMS
THEY HAVE ON THE OTHER
STATIONS.

The TVO logo appears.

Watch: Yard Sale