People, Jan. 22, 1979

The ordinary "white bread woman," as Comedian Carol Burnett describes herself, chomped happily on corn-bread—not to mention black-eyed peas. Carol was down in Tennessee taping a CBS Valentine's Day special, Dolly and Carol in Nashville, with sweet-singing, statuesque Dolly Parton. As Grand Ole Opry fiddlers sawed away, the odd couple careened bravely through the lyrics of No One Can Pick Like a Nashville Picker Picks and No One Can Kick Like a Nashville Kicker Kicks. "I'm going crackers with that picks and kicks thing," grumbled Burnett. Nevertheless, she thinks she and the queen of country music make a perfect pair....

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