The first time I was on Johnny Carson, there was a very vivacious woman that was gonna be on, and Oh, God! I had her name all in mind. Wait a minute. First time (laughs) I did Johnny Carson, there was a vivacious woman who was a singer and she was jumping around backstage and she loved my animals, my God. And she said to me, Jimmy said, I’ll never forget this. She said, Jim, I have a parrot at home that keeps losing its feathers. I said, when I come up to her apartment and help treat this parrot so it wouldn’t lose all his feathers.