Check out the many facets of Mr. Samples: Sexy Junior. Philosophical-inebriated Junior. Pensive Junior. Credits say this album was recorded with "Jim Morrison." It's fun to imagine.
While the critics (and the network execs) may have wished Hee Haw into the syndication cornfield after only a couple of seasons, in at least one way, the show was much like its contemporary, Laugh-In: Hee Haw comics frequently broke the "fourth wall," creating ad-libbed and candid moments that were aired, and often played up. And this was never more effective than with cast members like Junior and Grandpa Jones, whose candid moments were in-character--since the audience was never quite sure just how much "in character" they were in the first place.