Kenny and Butters have had a number of moments themselves throughout the show, as they are shown to be very close.
And to be honest with you, I really wasn't an Elvis fan at that time. Cliff Gleaves was with his entourage and Cliff was from my hometown of Jackson, Tennessee. So on this night, Lamar said we'll be over to see you about eightish, eight I guess he said. So he went back to the car and Elvis got out of the car and came to the door and met Ms. George introduced him to me and we had a little conversation there in the living room. Patty said, 'Now, you have her back at a reasonable hour'. So after she met us, she allowed me to go with him. And maybe Alan was in the car at that time and then Elvis was driving. It's been a long time and it's hard to remember what we did next. He would invite the people up from down at the gate which were a bunch of fans, and crazy girls, you know, and here I was his date and these girls would just, man they were falling all over him. He called me Little because I was very small at the time, tiny. Sometimes we would go to Channel restaurant and they would let us in the back way.
And so Elvis came home first and the picture was getting ready to go into production. So I just gave up the picture and everything and I came home and he met me at the airport. You know, my parents had always wanted me to be an entertainer because God had given me a voice and I did sing and I liked to act. But really and truly I just wanted to get married and have children and be a normal person. He called me baby and talked to me baby talk just like he did to his mother and I just ate that up. Leaving home, go that far away, was afraid he'd have to go overseas and he didn't like to fly.
So Elvis came home and he called me on the phone, 'Little, I miss you. That's when they took a lot of those pictures if you remember. I don't know when he started liking to fly but he hated to fly.
Elvis Presley and Anita Wood met in 1957 and in the same year Elvis referred to Wood as his 'No. The two dated seriously for several years from 1957 to 1962.
Anita signed a contract to work as an actress for Paramount Pictures but later gave it up for Elvis.