"I'm very much concerned, as I know you are, about what's being delivered to our children in this country," Rogers tells subcommittee chairman Senator John O. Pastore (D-RI). "We deal with such things as the inner drama of childhood. We don't have to bob somebody over the head to make drama on the screen. We deal with such things as getting a haircut, or the feelings about brothers and sisters, and the kind of anger that arises in simple family situations."
Rogers asks permission to recite the words to a song he sings on the show, "What Do You Do With The Mad That You Feel?"
When Rogers is done, Pastore says, "Looks like you just earned the twenty million dollars."