Durwood Fincher, a former Hardaway High School teacher, who was dubbed "Mr. Doubletalk" by the late Allen Funt of "Candid Camera" fame, will be featured on Fox News' "The Mike Huckabee Show" at 8 p.m. Saturday. It will be repeated at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. Sunday.
Huckabee's show is the top-rated weekend news shows, and Fincher will play a double-talking politician.
After Huckabee spoke to the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Fincher gave him a copy of his biography, "Once You Step in Elephant Manure, You're in the Circus Forever." The biography, written by Macon Telegraph columnist Ed Grisamore, includes a DVD of Fincher's double-talk interviews.
Huckabee wrote Fincher a thank-you note that said, "I absolutely loved your material! I needed a good laugh today, and your DVD was just what the doctor ordered."
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With three of Fincher's flights to New York City canceled in the past 24 hours, travel plans were iffy, but he's scheduled to be on a plane today, said his publicist.