Carol Burnett has entertained audiences for generations. Most recently, she guest-starred on the hit show "Glee," as the Nazi-hunting mother of the show's sometimes villain, Sue Sylvester. But older audiences will forever be in stitches over her spoof of Scarlett O’Hara, complete with a curtain rod sticking out of her drapery-made gown.
Or as Eunice, the working class woman who exchanged hilarious barbs with her "momma." And that Tarzan call still reverberates across television history. We revisit our conversation with Carol Burnett, who discusses her memoir, “This Time Together: Laughter and Reflection,” which was just released as an audio book this month.
This segment aired on December 31, 2010.