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"I'm trying to remember a happier time.
"Can I call you back? I'm creating happy memories of my childhood for my father."
Today's Special Guest: Brundage Mornald, of Battle Creek, Montana. Under hypnosis, Mr. Mornald recovered long-buried memories of a perfectly normal, happy childhood.
Playing The Youth Card
"Sometimes having to have the happy childhood my parents never had is just too much of a responsibility."
"Dear Mom and Dad: Thanks for the happy childhood. You've destroyed any chance I had of becoming a writer."
I didn't have a happy childhood, I was often misquoted.
"My parents deprived me of meaningful hardship."
Bullies reunited: "No, I didn't have very happy schooldays."
'OK, you want to sue your parents because they raised you in a healthy, happy and loving environment, thereby ruining your chances for ever appearing on 'Oprah.' Correct so far?'
"My parents love me, they've always been understanding, and I've had a fantastic childhood...man, that's not going to make a good autobiography."
"Tia Carmne, you grew up with no cellphones, no computers and no TV?"
'There goes one for the book -- he had a very happy childhood, and now he feels guilty about it.'
"My parents are nice, school's going well, and I'm basically a good kid. Unfortunately, there's no money or fame in being normal."