Don't Hug Me County Fair

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Samuel French, Inc., 2009 - Drama - 103 pages
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Musical Comedy / Characters: 3 male, 2 female A Don't Hug Me County Fair is the summer sequel to the smash hit musical comedies Don't Hug Me and A Don't Hug Me Christmas Carol! It's summer time and the Bunyan County Fair is approaching, the biggest thing that's happened in Bunyan Bay since the winter carnival snowplow parade. This year the Bunyan County Fair means one thing to Gunner and Clara Johnson, owners of a little bar called The Bunyan; The Miss Walleye Queen Competition. Bernice, the pretty waitress, sees this as her big chance to win Miss Walleye Queen, to be discovered, and more important, to have her face carved in butter at the Minnesota State Fair. The stakes have never been higher in Bunyan Bay. The trouble begins when Gunner's wife, Clara, decides she also wants to win Miss Walleye Queen. Bigger trouble arrives when Gunner's estranged twin sister, Trigger, (played by Gunner) shows up to try to win the beauty pageant. Featuring 18 original songs including, "My Campfire is Burnin'," "I'm a Bunyan Woman," "If I Could Win Miss Walleye Queen," "Pontoon Ladies, " "I'm Just a Pretty Forest Ranger," and "Our Butter Face Queen."

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Paul Olson, Ph.D. is the co-author of Forensic Aspects of Driver Perception and Response, published by L&J. He has enjoyed a long career in human factors since receiving his Ph.D. in industrial psychology from Purdue University in 1959. He is a fellow of both the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and the American Psychological Association. He is also a recipient of the A.R. Lauer Traffic Safety Award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and the Ralph H. Isbrandt Automotive Safety Engineering Award from the Society of Automotive Engineers.

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