Anyone remember this one, mid-'80s or so:
(kids playing baseball, one of them breaks a window - guy comes out of house, dismayed. Window-breaking kid runs up. Cue operatic/musical number:)
Kid: Mr. Robertson! Mr. Robertson!
Guy: Oh, what a horrible mess.
Kid: I broke your window! With my ball!
Kid: And I've come to confess!
Few lines I don't remember, but basic plot is guy is berating kid ... but then...
Guy: But I'm proud of you child, for you have displayed... honor! (crescendo) The stuff from which heroes are made!
Kid: I told the truuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuth!
It was a commercial for Latter-Day Saints, though what any of that had to do with anything, I'm not sure. I sorta thought it was a local Denver/Boulder thing, but quick searches indicate people around the country remember it.
And it's been stuck in my head all day, after I probably went a good 18, 19 years without thinking of it. First Sheriff, now this.
Update: doesn't appear to be on YouTube, but a complete transcription is in the comments here.