GE 1997-8 Season 4 Episode 25: What's That Noise?
Note: this is not a transcript, but a working draft of the script, so there may be differences in the aired version.
PAUL:	Good news !  Good noise ! 

	The local constabulary has apprehended the alleged 
	perpetrators of the now infamous BCN Break-in.

	Several people, including a couple of Cuban nationals, 
	are being held for questioning in the affair.  But the 
	police did locate our purloined pile of contest and entries 
	so ... 

	Listen up, and point your trusty earholes at the radio.  
	Clear the decks, down all tools and pay attention.  Once 
	more we prepare the mechanism whereby YOU play the most 
	thrilling sonic game show on the long wave, it's time for 
	What's That Noise From Newfoundland !

	So, master of the levers, Hollis Duffett, pull the right 
	one now !


	There it is, the sound, and here it is, the familiar mail 
	sack, full to overflowing with loving entries, in I go, 
	and here amidst the envelopes and e-mails and cartons 
	and stuff I pull out ... this !

	It's an e-mail all the way from ... hmmm, Orleans, Ontario.  
	We seem to have a bit of a fan base in Orleans, a recent 
	winner of the noise contest, Vivek Krishnamurthy, hails 
	from there.  Anyway, Val and Cary Jensen of Orleans write:  
	"Dear Paul, We thing TNFN is the sound of a load of cod beink 
	dumped on a scale at a fish processink plant.  We thing probably 
	St. John's.

	Thingink of you, and hopink no infections result from your 
	recent CRTC-induced tattoo ordeal."

	If you weren't here a couple weeks ago, I went for my dermal 
	branding.  The guy was supposed to tattoo the phrase "Things to 
	Do" on my wrist, but he was so hungover he needled in Thinks to 
	do ... I'm looking at it now and ... ah, dang ... sigh, I'll 
	get it after the show.

	Val and Cary continue, "Thangs for the many thinks you've done, 
	sinkink your praises.  The Jensens, Orleans, Ontario."

	Hollis, what sayest thou ?


	Get out the fireworks, we have another winner from Orleans !

	Yes, Val and Cary Jensen, that is indeed the sound of fish 
	being removed from a container and weighed, on their way to 
	another container.  The whole truth is that the fish, which 
	are cod by the way, I don't know if you can tell that from a 
	radio signal, the cod are in a pen on a fish farm and are being 
	moved from that pen to another enclosure in preparation for market.

	Close enough, says Quizmaster Hollis Duffett, and you will soon 
	be the recipient of a beautiful Great Eastern Tee-shirt.

	A couple of those fashionable items now loose on the streets 
	of Orleans, Ontario.

	Long-time listeners know that the contest just keeps rolling on 
	in the wake of a correct guess.  Get your pencil and paper 
	ready, I'll give you the contest address right after we hear 
	the new noise from Newfoundland.


	Mm - mmm.  There ain't nothing like home style noise.  It is 
	alleged, and I don't know if this is true, but Newfoundland 
	is an endless source of noise, a legacy we here at the BCN 
	are proud to protect.

	If you know that as something, let us know what it is you think 
	it is.  Write us at What's That Noise From Nfld., c/o the BCN, 
	342 Duckworth St., St. John's, Nfld., A1C 1H5.  Or e-mail us,