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You can’t reminisce on old “Yes, Dear” scenes without watching Jerry Van Dyke’s classic Mule Train scene, and the hilarious moment is also a great way to remember the iconic and late star.
In it, Van Dyke’s character, Jimmy, sits on the couch in his sister-in-law’s living room with the kids and attempts to explain to the children that cowboys and others used to go out West to mine gold.
“The problem was getting there,” he says. “They didn’t want to walk.”
He then explains that the concept of the Mule Train, when men would use donkeys to pull wagons on their journey to the west coast. Using a stuffed toy animal donkey, Van Dyke then mouths the words to the famous old cowboy song “Mule Train,” acting out the part of the wagon driver the whole time — complete...
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