Melvin P. Thorpe and the Dogettes on the courthouse steps in Gilbert.
The townspeople are unimpressed. That's the mayor, the newspaper editor, and Scruggs.
This is the old Watchdog, here on the steps of the courthouse.
We're perfectly within the law here, Sheriff Dodd.
Now you got two tickets up to now, boy.
Later, the townspeople give the Sheriff grief for losing his cool on national television.
Doatsy Mae waxes about how she is the one nobody thinks of having dreams.
An Aggie Angelette being interviewed by Skip Brewster.
The Aggies sing how they're gonna do some whompin' and stompin' tonight.
Senator Wingwoah congratulating his boys.
Those girls'll never know what hit 'em.
We're gonna wham, and bam, and thank you ma'am tonight.
The "prom" dance.
Senator Wingwoah pays for his winning boys to have a little R&R.
Oh, Ed Earl, you always did get sentimental after midnight.
Melvin P. Thorpe and his reporters sneak in to get their pictures.
And all hell breaks loose.
Continue on to Act II.