Affiche The Carol Burnett Show
  • 12 saisons
  • 253 épisodes
  • Début :
    1967
  • Statut :
    Terminée
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A variety / sketch comedy show starring Carol Burnett, Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence, Lyle Waggoner, and Tim Conway. It originally ran on CBS from September 11, 1967 to March 29, 1978 for 278 episodes, and originated from CBS Television City's Studio 33 (known today as the Bob Barker Studio). The series won 25 prime time Emmy Awards, and in 2007 was listed as one of Time magazine's "100 Best TV Shows of All Time."

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Saisons & épisodes Les résumés de tous les épisodes de The Carol Burnett Show

S02E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000
S02E02 with Martin Landau, Barbara Bain, Carol Channing 00/00/0000
S02E03 with Nanette Fabray, Trini Lopez 00/00/0000
S02E04 with George Gobel, Bobbie Gentry 00/00/0000
S02E05 with Edie Adams, Tim Conway 00/00/0000
S02E06 with Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert, Nancy Wilson 00/00/0000
S02E07 with Nanette Fabray, Mel Torme, Don Rickles 00/00/0000 · Salute to ""Tin Pan Alley""
S02E08 with Sid Caesar, Ella Fitzgerald 00/00/0000
S02E09 with Garry Moore, Durwald Kirby 00/00/0000
S02E10 with Michele Lee, Flip Wilson, Vivian Blondell 00/00/0000
S02E11 with Imogene Coca, Vic Damone 00/00/0000
S02E12 with Eileen Farrell, Marilyn Horne 00/00/0000 · Eileen, Marilyn, and Carol sing ""boogie-woogie"" nursery rhymes (""The Three Little Pigs,"" among others)
S02E13 with Mickey Rooney, Nancy Wilson, Emmaline Henry, Roland Winters 00/00/0000
S02E14 with Tim Conway 00/00/0000
S02E15 with Tim Conway, Perry Como, Sidney Omarr 00/00/0000 · Carol and Perry sing ""My Funny Valentine"" and ""They Didn't Believe Me""
S02E16 with Martha Raye, Mel Torme 00/00/0000
S02E17 with Vinnie Edwards, Chita Rivera 00/00/0000 · ""A Woman's Picture"" – takeoff on tearjerker movies
S02E18 with Ken Berry, Shirley Jones 00/00/0000
S02E19 with Soupy Sales, Barbara McNair 00/00/0000
S02E20 with Ethel Merman, Tim Conway 00/00/0000 · ""Everything's Coming Up Roses / I Get A Kick Out of You"" – by Ethel and Carol · Tim is a dentist and Harvey is his patient
S02E21 with Ross Martin, John Davidson 00/00/0000
S02E22 with Martha Raye, Mike Douglas 00/00/0000
S02E23 with Barrie Chase, Larry Hovis 00/00/0000
S02E24 with Ronnie Schell, Vikki Carr 00/00/0000
S02E25 with Imogene Coca, Robert Goulet 00/00/0000
S02E26 with Yolanda Merido, Sergio Bustamante 00/00/0000 · Mexican movie spoofs
S02E27 with Edie Adams, Tim Conway, Jimmie Rodgers 00/00/0000
S03E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000
S03E02 with Nancy Wilson, Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000
S03E03 with Steve Lawrence, Edward Villella 00/00/0000
S03E04 with Scoey Mitchell, Bobbie Gentry 00/00/0000
S03E05 with Ken Berry, Tim Conway, Kay Medford 00/00/0000
S03E06 with Gwen Verdon, Pat Boone 00/00/0000
S03E07 with Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin 00/00/0000 · Carol and Bing sing ""Flattery"" · Carol and Ella sing ""I'll Never Fall In Love Again"" · Surprise cameo by Bob Hope
S03E08 with Andy Griffith, Merv Griffin 00/00/0000
S03E09 with Lucille Ball, George Carlin 00/00/0000
S03E10 with Martha Raye and Tim Conway 00/00/0000
S03E11 with Garry Moore, Durward Kirby 00/00/0000
S03E12 wjth Donald O'Connor, Nancy Wilson 00/00/0000 · Salute to MGM
S03E13 with Kaye Stevens, Audrey Meadows 00/00/0000
S03E14 with Nanette Fabray, Nancy Wilson 00/00/0000
S03E15 with Flip Wilson, Vikki Carr 00/00/0000
S03E16 with Soupy Sales, Mel Torme, Ronald Reagan 00/00/0000
S03E17 with Barbara Feldon, Joan Rivers 00/00/0000
S03E18 with Steve Lawrence, Tim Conway, Kay Medford 00/00/0000
S03E19 Family Show 00/00/0000
S03E20 with Pat Carroll, Jack Jones 00/00/0000
S03E21 with Tim Conway, Jane Connell 00/00/0000 · Salute to Universal (Doris Day, Abbott and Costello spoofs)
S03E22 with Nanette Fabray, Trini Lopez 00/00/0000
S03E23 with Ronnie Schell, Nancy Wilson 00/00/0000
S03E24 with Martha Raye, Mel Torme 00/00/0000
S03E25 with Tim Conway, Peggy Lee 00/00/0000
S03E26 with Nanette Fabray, Michele Lee 00/00/0000
S03E27 Family Show 00/00/0000
S04E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000
S04E02 with Cass Elliott, Pat Paulsen 00/00/0000
S04E03 with Nanette Fabray, Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000
S04E04 with Eydie Gorme, Joan Rivers 00/00/0000
S04E05 with Nanette Fabray, Ken Berry 00/00/0000
S04E06 with Lucille Ball, Mel Torme 00/00/0000
S04E07 with Donald O'Connor, Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000 · ""Hooray For Hollywood Canteen"" sketch
S04E08 with Ricardo Montlban, Cass Elliott 00/00/0000
S04E09 with Juliet Prowse 00/00/0000
S04E10 with Martha Raye, Ross Martin 00/00/0000
S04E11 with Dyan Cannon, Paul Lynde 00/00/0000
S04E12 with Debbie Reynolds 00/00/0000
S04E13 with Mel Torme, Don Rickles 00/00/0000 · Salute to ""Tin Pan Alley""
S04E14 with Steve Lawrence, Julie Budd, Durward Kirby 00/00/0000
S04E15 with Pat Carroll, Robert Goulet, Rich Little 00/00/0000
S04E16 with Art Carney, Pat Carroll 00/00/0000
S04E17 with Jerry Lewis, Lesley Uggams 00/00/0000
S04E18 with Michele Lee, Mel Torme 00/00/0000
S04E19 with Martha Raye, Edward Villella, Violette Verdy 00/00/0000
S04E20 with Rita Hayworth, Jim Bailey 00/00/0000 · Carol and Rita sing ""Mutual Admiration Society"" · ""Gilda"" takeoff · Charwoman sketch · ""Lovely Story""
S04E21 with Ken Berry, Totie Fields 00/00/0000
S04E22 with Chita Rivera, Bob Newhart 00/00/0000
S04E23 with Pat Carroll, Karen Wyman, Tim Conway 00/00/0000
S04E24 with Mike Douglas, Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000
S04E25 with David Frost, Eileen Farrell, Marilyn Horne 00/00/0000
S04E26 with Paul Lynde, Nanette Fabray 00/00/0000
S05E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000
S05E02 with Tim Conway, The Carpenters 00/00/0000 · ""Do You Know The Way To San Jose?"" – Carol and The Carpenters sing · Salute to Old Radio Shows
S05E03 with Steve Lawrence, Carol Channing 00/00/0000 · ""African Queen,"" ""Sorry, Wrong Number"" takeoffs · Carol and Carol sing ""Button Up Your Overcoat / Ain't Misbehavin' / You're The Cream in My Coffee"" · Salute to Silent Movie Comedians
S05E04 with Ken Berry, Cass Elliott 00/00/0000 · TV Commercials – Carol as Mother Nature, Cass as a child using toothpaste · ""Sonja Honey"" – movie takeoff with Carol as Sonja Henie · ""There's a Lull In My Life"" – Cass sings · ""Razz-Ma-Tazz Me"" – Ken and the dancers · ""Love Medley"" – Carol and Cass
S05E05 with Peggy Lee, Dom DeLuise 00/00/0000
S05E06 with Tim Conway, Diahann Carroll 00/00/0000
S05E07 with Bing Crosby, Paul Lynde 00/00/0000 · ""The Drunkard"" – melodrama spoof with Bing as the drunk and Carol as his sympathetic wife · ""As The Stomach Turns"" – Paul is the town masochist and Harvey appears as ‘Mother Marcus' · ""Love Medley"" – ""Put A Little Love In Your Heart / Love Thy Neighbor"" sung by Bing, ""Get Happy;"" ""Sing"" – Bing and Carol
S05E08 with Cass Elliott, Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000
S05E09 with Nanette Fabray, Mel Torme 00/00/0000 · ""43rd Street""
S05E10 with Eydie Gorme, Shecky Green 00/00/0000
S05E11 with Tim Conway, Cass Elliott 00/00/0000
S05E12 with Andy Griffith, Barbara McNair 00/00/0000
S05E13 with Ken Berry, Dionne Warwick 00/00/0000
S05E14 with Steve Lawrence, Dick Martin 00/00/0000 · Takeoffs on ""Tea and Sympathy,"" ""Sunset Boulevard,"" ""Some Like It Hot"" · Steve as a presidential advisor · ""Losing My Mind"" – Steve and Carol · ""They Can't Take That Away From Me"" / ""You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To"" / ""I've Got You Under My Skin"" / ""The Tender Trap"" – Steve and Carol · ""Salute to Disney"" – Carol as Peter Pan
S05E15 with Paul Lynde, Peggy Lee 00/00/0000 · ""The Seventh Veil"" takeoff · A snobbish husband and wife argue · Peggy and Carol sing ""Happy New Year"" / ""Something's Coming"" / ""Great Day"" · Peggy sings ""Sing A Rainbow"" · Circus finale with ""Here Come The Clowns"" / ""Clown Alley"" / ""Be A Clown""
S05E16 with Ken Berry, Nanette Fabray, The Carpenters 00/00/0000 · ""The Ballad of Broadway"" · Carol and The Carpenters sing ""Hurting Each Other"" / ""Old Fashioned Love Song"" / ""We've Only Just Begun"" / ""Let Me Be The One"" / ""I Keep On Loving You"" · ""The Empty Ballad"" – by Carol · ""I'm Not Complete Without My Sweetie"" – Carol and Ken sing · ""Coffee In A Cardboard Cup"" – Ken, Nanette, and dancers
S05E17 with Tim Conway, Ray Charles 00/00/0000 · ""Sinful Woman"" – a country singer on death row · Tim and Harvey as clumsy billboard hangers · Carol as an awkward teenager · ""Look What They Done To My Song, Ma"" – Ray sings · Carol (as the Charwoman), Ray, and the dancers do ""You Are My Sunshine"" / ""St. Louis Blues"" / ""Yesterday"" / ""God Bless The Child"" / ""What'd I Say?""
S05E18 with Eydie Gorme, Vincent Price 00/00/0000 · ""The House of Terror"" – horror movie spoof · ""Desidirata"" – recitation by Vincent · ""Gypsy Medley"" – Eydie and Carol sing · ""The Way of Love"" – sung by Eydie · ""What We Really Need Is A Boy,"" ""Perfect Young Ladies"" – sung by Carol, Vicki, and Eydie · Salute to the Twenties
S05E19 with Steve Lawrence, Kaye Ballard 00/00/0000 · ""Operation Minestrone"" – WWII movie spoof · ""If I Could Write A Song"" – Carol · ""Sunshine Medley"" – ""Ain't No Sunshine"" / ""You Are My Sunshine"" – Steve · ""Cabaret,"" ""Don't Tell Mama"" – sung by Kaye and dancers · Salute to Cole Porter
S05E20 with Burt Reynolds, Nanette Fabray 00/00/0000 · ""Scarlet Pimpernel"" takeoff · ""As Time Goes By"" – Burt as a clumsy piano player · ""George and Zelda"" – going camping · East meeting West at the completion of the transcontinental railroad · Salute to Music of the World · ""Al"" – Carol sings · ""TV Commercials"" · ""It's a Musical World"" – Nanette and the dancers
S05E21 with Tim Conway, Eydie Gorme 00/00/0000 · ""Doctor Nose"" – James Bond takeoff · Two cops in drag (Tim and Harvey) trying to catch muggers · Carol as a child jealous of a new baby · ""A House Is Not A Home"" – Eydie sings · ""Angel Child"" – everyone sings
S05E22 with Jack Klugman, Tony Randall 00/00/0000 · ""Lady In The Dark"" spoof · ""This Is Your Life"" spoof · ""Salute To Broadway"" – Carol sings · ""Adelaide's Lament"" · Jack and Carol sing ""You'll Never Get Away From Me"" · Harvey, Tony, and Jack sing ""Brush Up Your Shakespeare""
S05E23 with Paul Lynde, Karen Black 00/00/0000 · Paul as a conniving home designer and decorator · The Charwoman at an exclusive health spa · Ken, Carol, and Vicki sing about a night on the town – ""Gee, But I Hate to Go Home Alone,"" ""Flowers In The Morning"" (Ken), ""I Don't Care"" (Carol), ""It's Too Late"" (Vicki)
S05E24 Family Show 00/00/0000 · ""The Doily Sisters"" – takeoff on ""The Dolly Sisters"" · Carol sings ""Happiness Belongs To My Friends,"" ""I've Seen That Face,"" · Harvey sings ""Hey, Mr. Moon,"" · Carol and Vicki sing ""Budapest, When You Get Home,"" · Carol, Vicki, and dancers do ""Two Natural Beauties""
S06E01 with Jim Nabors 15/09/1972
S06E02 with Carol Channing, Marty Feldman 00/00/0000
S06E03 with Andy Griffith, Helen Reddy 00/00/0000 · ""Rebecky"" – takeoff on ""Rebecca"" with Carol as Joan Fontaine and Vicki as Mrs. Danvers
S06E04 with Steve Lawrence, Paul Sand 00/00/0000 Highlights of this show with guests Steve Lawrence and Paul Sand include: a man (Paul) listens to a record on how to win friends; a sketch about a friendly news team; Steve sings "In the Wee Small Hours"; in "Carol and Sis", Carol thinks Chrissy is going away for a wild weekend; and "The Putrified Forest" (a spoof of "The Petrified Forest").
S06E05 with Eydie Gorme, Jack Gilford 00/00/0000 · ""The Hat"" – a henpecked man buys a hat · ""The Writer"" – a writer changes his plots faster than his characters can act them out · ""Carol and Sis"" – Carol thinks Chris has been kidnapped and held for ransom · ""Terminal Hospital"" – soap opera takeoff
S06E06 with Joel Grey, Cass Elliott 00/00/0000 · Salute to Foreign Films – ""The Bicycle Thief,"" ""And God Created Woman,"" ""The Seven Samurai"" · ""The Blue Angel"" spoof · ""Puppy Dogs In The Window"" – Joel and Harvey are two puppies trying to get pet store customers' attention · ""The Candidate"" – a candidate has laryngitis, so his opinionated wife speaks for him · ""Mary McClusky"" – a woman mistakes someone for her old high school chum
S06E07 with Tim Conway, Pearl Bailey 00/00/0000 Carol Burnett's wonderful array of recurring characters included hard-luck Eunice, magnificently dense Mrs. Wiggins, accident-prone Stella Toddler, the Charwoman and, featured in this sixth-season episode's opening sketch, faded silent-screen star Nora Desmond (based, of course, on Gloria Swanson's Sunset Boulevard character, Norma Desmond). Harvey Korman, as usual, is her devoted butler, Max, while Tim Conway plays the advertising executive hoping to convince Nora to do a television commercial for bug spray. Guest star Pearl Bailey sings "Where Is Love," later returning to play a psychiatrist in a comedy sketch that culminates with a rendition of "A Good Man is Hard to Find." Tim plays his Oldest Man character in a sketch about Roman galley slaves before hopping into the title role of the "F. Lee Bunny" skit about a rabbit defense lawyer.
S06E08 with Peggy Lee, Jerry Stiller, Anne Meara 00/00/0000 Carol's fans got used to watching for the moments when Harvey Korman would fight to hold back his laughter, but this episode features a rare moment in which Carol, as Mary Worthless, cracks up at the sight of Harvey taking a less-than-graceful fall through a prop window. Interesting to note that one of Carol's first TV laughs was earned with the same move. As Jill in a "Jack and Jill" sketch on The Garry Moore Show, she also had to tumble through a window. Happy to have the work, Carol assured the crew and producers that she knew exactly how to do such a stunt. In fact, it was the first pratfall she'd ever taken(she was even naive enough to thank the crew for providing her with a fall-breaking mattress. Mr and Mrs Chou En Lai--a Stiller and Meara routine. The Car Accident---different ways men and women react to car accidents. Street Wedding---a wealthy couple meet their low-class soon-to-be in-laws.
S06E09 with Steve Lawrence, Lily Tomlin 00/00/0000 Lily Tomlin, having become a comedic sensation on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, is the guest star for this sixth-season episode. She appears in the opening number, "We're All Playing in the Same Band" (with the show's other guest star, Steve Lawrence); performs a monologue as a woman abandoned by her boyfriend; plays newly divorced "poor Shirley" in a "Carol & Sis" sketch and portrays the tough prison matron in the satirical "Caged Dames." Steve performs a two-song medley- "I Get Along Without You" and "Can't Live (If Living Is Without You"), then does his Marlon Brando impression for a sketch about "the Godfather" trying to enjoy a quiet honeymoon. Carol, as the Charwoman, cleans up the dancers' dressing rooms and sings "If They Could See Me Now" and "Baby Dream Your Dream."
S06E10 with Ruth Buzzi, John Davidson 00/00/0000 · ""Zelda and Gladys"" – Zelda and Gladys go to see ""The Carol Burnett Show"" · Salute to MGM Studios – spoofs on ""National Velvet,"" ""Lust for Life,"" ""Camille,"" among others
S06E11 with Ray Charles, Vincent Price 00/00/0000 · ""Carol and Sis"" – Carol thinks Chris is pregnant · ""The Nudge"" (""George and Zelda"") – George dreams he's a riverboat gambler · Salute to Horror Movies – a vampire (Lyle) introduces spoofs on ""Bride of Frankenstein,"" among others
S06E12 with Carl Reiner, Melba Moore 00/00/0000 · ""Terminal Hospital"" – soap opera spoof · ""The Writer"" – a writer changes plots faster than his characters can act them out · ""The Plot To Hurt Hitler"" – spoof of non-violent television
S06E13 with Anthony Newley, Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000 Highlights of this show with guests Anthony Newley and Bernadette Peters include: "The Englishman", which shows how a man's accent affects women; "The Invisible Man's Mother" where Carol and Bernadette compare notes on their sons; and "Little Miss Show Biz" (a spoof of the 1938 film "Little Miss Broadway" with Carol in the Shirley Temple role).
S06E14 with Steve Lawrence, Tim Conway 00/00/0000 · ""Talk Show"" – Steve as a talk show host with Vicki, Harvey, and Lyle as his guests · ""Cobumble"" – Columbo spoof · Tim as a reluctant skydiving pilot
S06E15 with Jack Cassidy, Tim Conway 00/00/0000 · ""A Star Is Born"" takeoff
S06E16 with Ruth Buzzi, Jack Gilford 00/00/0000 · ""Snow White Fifteen Years Later"" – Carol as Snow White, Lyle as the mirror, Harvey as Prince Charming, Vicki as the witch, Ruth as the fairy godmother, Jack as one of the seven dwarfs
S06E17 with Tim Conway, Kaye Ballard 00/00/0000 · ""The Luncheon"" – Carol, Vicki, and Kaye as three friends who argue over the check · ""The Dater's Game"" – ""The Dating Game"" spoof · ""The Service Station Attendant"" – a robber wants a quick fill-up, but can't seem to get away
S06E18 Family Show 00/00/0000
S06E19 with Petula Clark, Jack Byner 10/02/1973 "I Can't Remember (How It Was Before)" musical number with Petula Clark; "Comedy Spot" sketch with John Byner; "The Old Folks: The Garage Sale" sketch with Carol and Harvey; "TV Commercials" parodies with Carol, Vicki, Lyle and Petula Clark; "Alice Portnoy: The Kidnappers" sketch with Carol, Harvey and John Byner; "Modern Artist" sketch with Carol and Harvey; "The Firing of Donald Duck" sketch with Harvey, Lyle and John Byner; "Turn Around/God Bless the Child" musical number with Petula Clark and Carol.
S06E20 with Tim Conway, Valerie Harper 00/00/0000 · ""The First Blind Date"" – two couples go on a blind double date · ""The Fireman"" – the world's oldest living fireman (Tim) attempts to rescue someone (Harvey)
S06E21 with Eydie Gorme, Ken Berry 00/00/0000 · ""Carol and Sis"" – Roger needs peace and quiet to do his taxes · Salute to RKO – ""Pride of the Yankees,"" ""Notorious,"" ""The Hunchback of Notre Dame""
S06E22 with David Hartman, Paula Kelly 00/00/0000 · ""This Is Your Lifetime"" – ""This Is Your Life"" spoof · ""George and Zelda"" – George is sick
S06E23 with Peggy Lee, William Conrad 00/00/0000 · ""Carol and Sis"" – Roger gets mugged · TV Show Blackouts – spoofs of ""The Gold Diggers,"" ""Maude,"" ""Sonny and Cher,"" ""Password,"" among others
S06E24 Family Show 00/00/0000 Season 6 ends with this Family Show, which features a couple of interesting cast suprises during the Q&A. Vicki Lawrence had recently recorded the pop hit "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia", and is startled when Carol calls her out on stage to present her with her first gold record. Then Lyle Waggoner catches Carol completely off-guard, setting the stage with a candlelit table and champagne flutes in order to bestow a kiss upon a fan who's requested one. Carol also uses the Q&A to clear up a rumor. She was not "discovered" while working as a cleaning lady at CBS, thus the charwoman character is not a tribute to that tale. This episode's ending is notable for showcasing some then state-of-the-art video effects that allow Carol to appear as six characters in the same scene. "Rancid Harvest" a spoof of "Random Harvest" with Carol as Greer Garson.
S07E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000 · ""Yung Fool"" – ""Kung Fu"" takeoff · Jim sings ""And I Love You So"" · Carol sings ""Come Back To Me""
S07E02 with Tim Conway, Charo, Petula Clark 22/09/1973 · ""Unisex Salon" a man is uncomfortable visiting a salon · ""Interview with Chiquita" a magazine interviewer (Tim) attempts to get a store on the home life of a Spanish star (Charo), but has trouble with her mother (Carol)
S07E03 with Gloria Swanson 00/00/0000 Gloria Swanson swoons over Lyle · An elevator operator in Carol and Roger's new apartment building has a crush on her in another "Carol & Sis" sketch · Gloria Swanson sings · Molly and Burt (Carol and Harvey) talk about the effects of age · Vikki and Carol have a musical number · A sketch about the difficulty of having an affair · The Charwoman meets Charlie Chaplin (guest Gloria Swanson) Gloria Swanson's appearance on The Carol Burnett Show was due to a fan letter. The fan letter was written by Gloria Swanson- to Carol Burnett. The silent-screen legend had been Carol in a sketch as Nora Desmond, the CBS star's takeoff on faded film star Norma Desmond, Swanson's memorable character in director Billy Wilder's Sunset Boulevard (1950). "And so we got Miss Swanson to come on the show because she wrote me a letter and said she'd gotten a kick out of it," Carol says. Swanson, 76, when she appeared on this show, sings and dances her way through "I've Been Around" and "A New Fangled Tango." She returns for the touching "Silents is Golden" number, in which Carol's Charwoman character imagines herself in a silent movie with Charlie Chaplin (Played by Swanson)
S07E04 with Helen Reddy, John Byner 00/00/0000 · ""TV Commercials"" · ""Nora Desmond"" – Nora thinks she is dying
S07E05 with Eydie Gorme, Paul Sand 00/00/0000 Throughout the long run of the Carol Burnett Show, regular Harvey Korman appeared in a number of films, including Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles and High Anxiety. Also cast as a con artist in the 1974 musical version of Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn, Harvey performs "Royalty," a song from that movie, during this seventh-season episode. Guest star Eydie Gorme sings "Take One Step," and another of Carol's friends, Paul Sand, plays a nervous newlywed in the skit titled "Honeymoon Sweet." The two guest stars join Carol, Harvey, Vicki Lawrence and Lyle Waggoner for a "Salute to Movie Series" number that includes spoofs of Dr. Kildare, The Cisco Kid, Tarzan and The Wolf Man (with Carol and Paul as a lost couple wandering into a castle where they encounter Eydie as an old woman and Vicki as a gypsy fortune teller).
S07E06 with Ken Berry, Jack Weston, Tim Conway 00/00/0000 Jack Weston, who later co-starred with Carol Burnett in Alan Alda's The Four Seasons (1981), appears in three comedy sketches during this seventh-season show: "Computer Date," about two nervous people bonding over world's record; "The Operation," about marital miseries mirthfully making a mockery of medicine; and "Ethel Herman," with Carol as the title character, a bigger-than-life singer at a small-time supper club. Another gust star, frequent visitor Ken Berry, gets to show his moves as both a physical comedian and a hoofer (the song-and-dance number "It's Not Where You Start" features the former F-Troop star performing the tune in several different styles and costumes). And the movie parody had Harvey Korman's Dr Jekyll turning into Carol's Ms. Hyde.
S07E07 with John Byner 00/00/0000
S07E08 with Steve Lawrence, Paul Sand 00/00/0000 Carol's guests are Paul Sand and Steve Lawrence. Highlights include: "Double Calamity", a parody of "Double Indemnity" with Steve in the role played in the original by Fred MacMurray and Carol in the Barbara Stanwyck role; Steve sings "I've Got You Under My Skin"; a fat woman (Carol) attempts exercises to a TV exercise show hosted by Lyle; and a salute to Irving Berlin.
S07E09 with Petula Clark, Tim Conway 00/00/0000 This seventh-season episode of The Carol Burnett Show features two frequently revisited premises for skits. First, Carol and Harvey KIorman play their low-rent ham actors, Funt and Mundane, who are appearing in a play before a full house. Unfortunately, Carol has stepped on her contact lenses and sat on her glasses, leaving her almost blind on stage. Then, later in the show, we return to Canoga Falls for another installment of the soap-opera spoof "As the Stomach Turns." Guest stars Petula Clark and Tim Conway are in on the soapy fun,, Tim breaking up Carol as his Old Man character making obscene phone calls. Tim then aims his improvisational skills at Harvey, breaking him up in a bit about airline security. Clark sings "Silver Spoon" and takes part in the musical finale, a salute to the 1950's and '60's.
S07E10 with Tim Conway, Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000 Salute to Thanksgiving
S07E11 Family Show 00/00/0000 · ""Carol and Sis"" – Carol has the flu and Roger won't come near her · ""Back Alley"" – Carol is left by her lover (Harvey) on his wedding day, and he comes back to visit her every few years · ""Models"" – models act as though they're posing for pictures in everyday life
S07E12 The Australia Show 00/00/0000 ·This is one of two episodes of Carols's show filmed outside of the U.S. (a 1970 show was filmed in England) Carol and the regulars headed Down Under and took over the stage of the Sydney Opera House--now an international landmard, but a brand new venue at the time. This show was shot live in front of a sold-out crowd, and it stands as proof of the powerful universal appeal of Carol's presence and her comedy. Even outside the confines of the Hollywood sound stage--in a live theater setting on a foreign continent--Carol has the crowd roaring with laughter (as does Tim Conway as the world's oldest orchestra conductor). The show also finds a beautiful blend of grace and grins when the charwoman aided by the Australian Ballet, finds herself the prima ballerina opposite the magnificent ballet dancer Edward Villella in Swan Lake. Carol sings ""It's Today"" · Tim as the world's oldest conductor · ""Ham Actors"" Mundane is drunk during her performance.
S07E13 with Ruth Buzzi, Richard Crenna 00/00/0000 Two of television's most enduring and endearing performers are the guest stars for this seventh-season episode of The Carol Burnett Show. Richard Crenna had three series under his belt when he showed up for this appearance: Our Miss Brooks (1952-55), The Real McCoy's (1957-63) and Slattery's People (1964-65). The other guest star, Ruth Buzzi, had just completed her 1968-73 stint on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, where she frequently socked it to people as handbag wielding Gladys Ornsby. Dan Rowan, Dick Martin and announcer Gary Owens were the only other regulars to stay with that celebrated comedy variety series for its entire NBC run. Ruth plays Carol's clueless celebrity partner in a game show parody called "Celebrities and Peasants." Richard plays police officer Carol's partner (and husband) in a skit titled "Adam and Eve 12."
S07E14 with Anthony Newley, Dick Martin 00/00/0000 · ""The Wine Tasters"" – wine tasting gets out of hand
S07E15 with Steve Lawrence, Tim Conway 00/00/0000 Carol appears as one of her many regular characters, ancient acting coach Stella Toddler, in a sketch about the tottering teacher being immortalized in cement at Grauman's Chinese Theatre. This seventh-season episode also features two of her favorite guest starts: Steve Lawrence, who sings "Maybe This Time," and Tim Conway (before becoming a regular), who plays a man who can't quite stop monkeying around after being chomped on by a chimp. Steve and Tim both appear in the "Ad Men" skit with Harvey Korman (each having a tough time stifling the giggles), playing advertising executives acting like lovers caught in a romantic triangle. Everybody then sings and dies their way through a musical finale about death scenes.
S07E16 with Eydie Gorme, Paul Sand 00/00/0000 · Salute to Great Ladies of Musical Theatre · ""After The Wedding"" – a bride (Carol) wants to continue dating
S07E17 with Carl Reiner 00/00/0000 Carl Reiner, the versatile mirth master who played second banana to Sid Caesar throughout the '50s (on both Your Show of Shows and Caesar's Hour), appears with another of television's great second bananas, Harvey Korman, in the "Funny6 Lady" sketch, which features Carol as a stand-up comic seeing a marriage counselor because she can't stop pelting her husband (Harvey) with one-liners. The psychiatrist tries shock therapy: She must remain absolutely quiet while he asks her such questions as, "How lazy is your brother-in-law?" The first-rate second bananas also appears with Carol in "Accident Prone," about a couple trying to get a Small State insurance policy, and "La Caperucita Roja," a Mexican-flavored retelling of Little Red Riding Hood (the wolf is a bull, played by Carl, and Harvey in Grandma).
S07E18 with Tim Conway, Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000 Aired a few weeks after the previous episode on this Collector's Edition Volume, this show brings back Steve and Tim as guest stars- and shows what happened during the dress rehearsal for the "Ad Men" sketch (for once, it's Tim who loses his comedic composure and collapses in laughter). But Tim gets Harvey chuckling in a sketch about the Oldest Man helping an actor who requires the fastest, most efficient dresser available. Steve sings "Rainy Days and Mondays" and appears in the "Bachelor Party" sketch as a man who accepts a dangerous bar bet and winds up putting the moves on his fiancee's sister (Carol). He then joins the cast for a mini-musical salute to George Gershwin, which is staged like a Busy Berkeley musical.
S07E19 with Vincent Price, Joel Grey 00/00/0000 Funny thing about Vincent Price: he could be frightfully funny. Although primarily known as a horror star, he amply demonstrated his flair for comedy by scaring up laughs in numerous appearances on The Red Skelton Show, in guest shots on sitcoms (from F Troop to The Brady Bunch) and in such films as Champagne for Caesar and His Kind of Woman. Small wonder he was a welcome guest on The Carol Burnett Show. In this seventh-season episode, he stands at podium to tell anecdotes about Abraham Lincoln's sense of humor, then returns to play a spy in a sketch with regular Harvey Korman. The episode's other guest star, Oscar winner Joel Grey (Cabaret), appears in a "Carol and Sis" skit with Carol and Vicki Lawrence, also teaming with Carol for the "Punch & Judy" finale about a street entertainer (Vincent) and his puppets.
S07E20 with Tim Conway, Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000 It's Carol's turn to break up at Tim's antics during an "As the Stomach Turns" parody of The Exorcist. Guest star Bernadette Peters has a devil of a good time playing 12-year-old Raven, Carol's possessed niece. Tim, a favorite guest star before becoming a regular in 1975, is the exterminator-turned-exorcist who battles evil with such symbols of purity as a white shoe worn by Pat Boone, a picture of Doris Day drinking a glass of milk and a branch from the King Family's Christmas tree. Bernadette then sings "Blame It on My Youth," and returns for the finale, a mini-musical salute to composer Harry Warren. Harvey and Tim also team up for a World War II sketch about Japanese sailors in a two-man submarine out to sink Cleveland (the city where Tim got his start on television).
S07E21 with Eydie Gorme, Tim Conway 00/00/0000 Although frequent guests on The Carol Burnett Show, and married, Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence made most of their appearances separately, each shining in song and comedy. Eydie was the guest for this seventh-season episode, singing "The Way We Were" and "How About Me." Then she has some musical fun with the rest of the cast in a series of short skits that spoof familiar song titles and lyrics. Tim Conway, not yet a regular on the show, breaks up both Harvey Korman and Lyle Waggoner in a sketch about a "brutal " Nazi interrogator. Vicki Lawrence plays a fortune teller giving Carol a lively reading. And Lyle and Vicki play Nick and Nora Charles in a parody of The Thin Man. This was the last season for Lyle, who had been with the show since it premiered in 1967. He soon was playing Major Steve Trevor on Wonder Woman.
S07E22 with Steve Lawrence 09/03/1974 · ""PTA Auditions" PTA mothers argue over who's the better singer · ""Houdini's Daughter"“ Houdini's daughter (Carol) has problems doing her escapes · ""The Hit Man"" “ a woman orders a hit on her boring husband, but then wants to call it off
S07E23 with Roddy McDowall, Jackson Five 16/03/1974 · Carol and Roddy sing a duet with him in his ""Planet of the Apes"" make-up · ""The Family"" Eunice (Carol), her husband Ed (Harvey), and Mama (Vicki) don't appreciate the accomplishments of Eunice's brother, Nobel Prize-winning writer Philip (Roddy) · Harvey and Lyle play chauvinistic carpenters who aren't thrilled about ""the new guy"" Carol · The Jackson Five perform ""Dancin' Machine"" · ""The Bus Stop"" people waiting for a bus argue when a radio contest calls a nearby pay phone · ""Brief Encounter"" two Brits meet in a café and carry on an entire conversation with one-word sentences · The finale opens with Carol playing a droll music teacher for a class (consisting of The Jackson Five and the dancers)“ the teacher loosens up when the class performs ""This Old Man"" and ""ABC""
S07E24 with John Byner, Francine Beers 23/03/1974 Starting in February 1973, comedian-impressionist John Byner made six appearances in less than two years on The Carol Burnett Show. In this seventh-season episode, he performs a stand-up routine,, then plays Harvey Korman's partner-in-science (each of them developing a woman robot, inevitably arguing about which creation is better). The episode also is a marvelous showcase for Vicki Lawrence, who appears in a "Carol and Sis" sketch about Carol and Harvey trying to celebrate their anniversary,, then sings "Mama's Gonna Make It All Better," then plays Harvey's robot in the "Humanoids" skit, then plays Donna Cargoin the musical finale, a parody of country music awards (John is Glenn Twitty, Carol is Laura Tendril, Lyle Waggoner is Big John Black and Harvey is Johnny Money). And Vicki hadn't even started playing Mama in the "Family" sketches.
S07E25 Family Show 00/00/0000 · ""Lucky Lady"" – spoof of women's sob story game shows
S08E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000 The opening number of this eighth-season episode is called "With An A,B,C." Dancers hold up large cards with letters, forming one word after another until they spell out, "Carol Burnett Show ." It's appropriate because the appeal of The Carol Burnett Show was indeed as simple as A-B-C. Do I need to spell it out for you, each week, staged the equivalent of a Broadway musical-comedy revue. Carol's good buddy Jim Nabors sings "One Life," returning to appear with Carol, Harvey Korman and Vicki Lawrence in the "Gunslinger" comedy sketch and the song-and-dance finale, "Rimshot." Carol, Vicki and Harvey also appears in what was only the second "Family" sketch, with Eunice,, Ed and Mama trying to maintain a loving spirit after returning home from church.
S08E02 with Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000
S08E03 with James Coco 00/00/0000 · ""One Way Ticket"" – star-crossed lovers on a cruise · ""Parkay Margarine"" – a woman argues with her tub of margarine · ""Krojack"" · ""Blind Date"" – a man (James) is nervous
S08E04 with Jack Weston and Michele Lee 00/00/0000 · Salute to Stephen Sondheim
S08E05 with Telly Savalas and The Smothers Brothers 00/00/0000 Another eighth-season treat, this episode features the Smothers Brothers, as well as Telly Savalas, then in his second CBS season as lollipop-licking police lieutenant Theo Kojak. In 1974, Kojak was a Sunday-night series for the network. Just a few years earlier, the Smothers Brothers also had a Sunday-night series on CBS but their relationship with the network was not so amicable. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967-69) was canceled after many fights with the CBS censors and management over material and guest stars. After Dick Smothers tries to get through a song, frequently interrupted by his brother, of course, Tommy returns to play Eunice's hospitalized brother in the third "Family" sketch. Telly Savalas sings "Rubber Bands and Bits of String," then appears in the "Broken Merger" sketch with Harvey Korman.
S08E06 with Eydie Gorme and Rich Little 00/00/0000 · Salute to Alfred Hitchcock · ""Silent Night"" – a couple argues through actions, not words
S08E07 with Alan King and Lena Zavaroni 00/00/0000 · ""Sidewalk Stars"" – two old movie stars are reunited at the Hollywood Walk of Fame · ""Fans"" – fans at a baseball game · ""The Package"" – a woman claims a gift that she finds at a bus stop
S08E08 with John Byner and Ken Mars 00/00/0000 · ""Mr. Globe"" contest · Vicki sings ""Rolling Down The Hills"" · ""The Kiss-off"" – a woman (Carol) makes a scene in a restaurant while breaking up with her boyfriend · ""The Soap Opera Watcher"" – a woman (Carol) is addicted to soap operas · ""Dreams"" – a married couple each dream that they are with other people
S08E09 with John Byner and Helen Reddy 00/00/0000 · ""The Pick-ups"" – two men try to pick up women at a singles bar · ""The Family"" – playing the board game ""Sorry"" · Salute to Women Songwriters
S08E10 with Maggie Smith and Tim Conway 00/00/0000 Maggie Smith and Tim Conway are the guest stars for this eighth-season episode. That's right. Although Tim, like Steve Lawrence, was a frequent visitor to The Carol Burnett Show, he didn't become a regular until the fall of 1975. "Tim was on the show all the time," Carol says, "but we didn't make him a genuine regular until the 9th year. How stupid were we? Finally, it was like, 'Duh! Why don't we have him on every week. What's our problem?" During the question and answer period with the studio audience, Carol is asked to name her favorite "rock star." She answers with the name of another familiar guest star on her show: Rock Hudson (he is a rock, and he is a star). Maggie Smith, then on tour with Noel Coward's Private Lives, enjoyed the experience so much, she returned the following season for another turn as guest star.
S08E11 with Steve Lawrence, Tim Conway, and Steven Warner 00/00/0000
S08E12 with Carl Reiner and Ken Berry 00/00/0000 This eighth season show features another of Carol's favorite guests, Ken Berry, who gives them the old "Razzle Dazzle" in a late-1800's barbershop number. The former F-Tropp and Mayberry star also plays Hamlet in a clever musical spoof of the Shakespearean tragedy about the melancholy Dane ("the boy in black is blue"). Harvey does double duty as erudite host Alister Cookie and King Claudius, while Carl Reiner, creator of The Dick Van Dyke Show, contributes a spirited portrayal as the ghost of Hamlet's father (whose having such a great time in the afterlife, he doesn't want to be avenged). That's after Carl saves the day in the Airport '75 parody, "Disaster '75" (with Carol and Harvey on board as Norma Desmond and Max).
S08E13 with Alan Alda 00/00/0000 Five-time Emmy winner Alan Alda (Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H) appears in a "Family" sketch as Eunice's brother Larry, a commercial artist who makes the dreadful mistake of getting home for a Christmas visit. Alan then appears with Carol in the "Nobody Does It Like Me" sketch (playing a put-upon department store Santa) and "Morton of the Movies" (as a shy fellow who can only woo a girl by using dialogue from favorite films). The big finale, "Take Me Back to Manhattan," features songs about the Big Apple: "East Side, West Side," "New York, New York (A Hell of a Town)," "The Lullaby of Broadway," "I'll Take Manhattan" and "How About You." Alan later cast Carol in The Four Seasons, The 1981 film he directed.
S08E14 with Vincent Price and Joan Rivers 00/00/0000 Before her talk shows and her many red-carpet stints with daughter Melissa at award shows, Joan Rivers brought her stand-up comedy act to The Carol Burnett Show for this eighth-season episode. The other guest star, making his third appearance in three seasons, is that horror star who could make you scream with laughter, Vincent Price. Carol and Vicki Lawrence sing "Born in Brooklyn," a number about famous entertainers from Brooklyn (a show-business honor role that includes Joan Rivers). And later, Vincent and Vicki play ambitious understudies to ham actors (Carol and Harvey Korman). both guest stars have key roles in "The Walnuts," a parody of another hit CBS series, The Waltons. The finale, "Sarah and the Moose," is a takeoff on Peter and the Wolf, with Vincent as narrator, Joan as Sarah, the forest Ranger and Harvey as the moose.
S08E15 with Tim Conway 00/00/0000 · ""Pirates of Penzance"" takeoff
S08E16 with William Conrad and The Jackson Five 00/00/0000 William Conrad, nearing the end of his five-year CBS run as portly detective Frank Cannon, is the guest star for his eighth-season episode that also features The Jackson Five making the second of three appearances on The Carol Burnett Show). The brothers perform "The Life of the Party," returning for the musical finale, a rousing salute to such musical groups as The Mills Brothers, The Andrews Sisters, The Coasters, And The Supreme's. The Cannon star shows his versatility by singing a "Movies Were Movies" tribute to silent-comedy stars, then slipping into a mime routine as Oliver Hardy. He next shows his flair for comedy in a sketch with Harvey (they're doctors and golfing buddies). But the highlight is his portrayal of Willy, the widowed Mama's wealthy suitor in the "Family" sketch titled "The Gentleman Caller."
S08E17 with Tim Conway and The Pointer Sisters 00/00/0000 · ""Up Your Income"" – Stella Toddler (Carol) appears on a game show · ""Nora Desmond"" – Max finds a substitute for himself (Tim)
S08E18 with Rock Hudson and Nancy Walker 00/00/0000 Rock Hudson turns song-and-dance man for two segments, both featuring his McMillan & Wife co-star, Nancy Walker (also known as Ida Morgenstern on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rhoda). First, very tall Rock and very short Nancy team up for an up-and-down rendition of "Mine." Then the guest stars join Carol and the cast for "When My Baby Laughs at Me," a spoof of When My Baby Smiles at Me, the 1948 film with Betty Grable and Dan Dailey. Carol Burnett Show announcer Ernie Anderson, Tim Conway's close friend and for many years "the voice" of ABC on promotional spots, makes a brief appearance in this movie parody. Rock plays Skip Hoot, the vaudeville golden boy who turns into a fourteen-carat heel when he walks out on , his devoted wife and show business partner (Carol).
S08E19 with Tim Conway and Dick Patterson 00/00/0000 During the opening question-and-answer period of this eighth-season episode, Carol does her famous Tarzan yell and lets a man from the audience feel her double-jointed hip. How's that for versatility? As the old show business expression goes, you ain't seen nuthin' yet. Almost every show displayed Carol's gifts as an all-around entertainer: comedian, singer, dancer, character actress. After chatting with the studio audience, she plays Eunice in a "Family" sketch about mama falling and needing a wheelchair, sings the duet "If mama was Married" with Vicki Lawrence (Harvey Korman making an appearance as Mama Marcus), appears in a skit with Harvey about a wishing well and plays Cleopatra in the production number finale that includes such songs as "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" and "Up a Lazy River." Also featured is an Oldest Man skit with Tim Conway.
S08E20 with Wayne Rogers and Buddy Ebson 00/00/0000 · WWII sketch
S08E21 with Roddy McDowall and Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000 Three actors played Eunice's brothers in "Family" sketches: Roddy McDowall, Tom Smothers and Alan Alda (a fourth brother, Vinton, was played by Ken Berry in the signoff series, Mama's Family). This eight-season show marks the second of Roddy's three appearances as Philip, a Nobel Prize-winning writer whose success is lost on Eunice (Carol), Ed (Harvey Korman) and Mama (Vicki Lawrence). Roddy also appears in one of the series' sharpest movie parodies, "The Lady Heir," a terrific take-off on The Heiress. The episode's other guest star, Bernadette Peters, sings "All That Jazz," appears with Carol in a bit about typists who are the same type and joins the company for the mini-musical Paris finale (featuring the songs of Fiddler on the Roof composers Harnick and Bock).
S08E22 with Steve Lawrence and Sally Struthers 00/00/0000 · ""The Boring Twenties"" – takeoff on ""The Roaring Twenties""
S08E23 with Jean Stapleton and Phil Silvers 00/00/0000 Two Emmy-winning television legends guest star in this eighth-season episode of The Carol Burnett Show. Jean Stapleton claimed three Emmys for playing lovable dingbat Edith Bunker on another long-running CBS series, All in the Family. Former vaudeville and burlesque comic Phil Silvers struck Emmy gold in 1956 for his high-energy portrayal of Sgt. Ernie Bilko, the Army's fastest-talking con man, on The Phil Silvers Show: You'll Never Get Rich. The episode begins with Carol's parody of Cher, who would be her guest star later that year. it ends with a musical number that features Silvers reprising his Bilko character. Between these segments, Stapleton shows the audience a very un-Edith side with a rendition of Stephen Sondheim's "Losing My Mind." She also plays a militant women's-libber in a sketch with Harvey Korman making one misstep after another.
S08E24 Family Show 00/00/0000 Harvey Korman once said, "We could always tell how funny a show was by how black and blue Tim was afterwards." Conway gets a full workout in this episode, particularly as "The Oldest Man" running a clock repair shop (and trying to fix a grandfather clock by wedging himself inside it.) This season finale features some memorable moments, including a very pregnant Vicki Lawrence doing a duet of lullabies and nursery rhymes with Carol, and Carol singing the rare full version of the show's theme song(written by then husband and show producer Joe Hamilton.) Also, Carol sidesteps any audience requests for a Tarzan yell by running a montage of her best yells from all previous seasons.
S09E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000 · ""The Family"" – Eunice leaves Ed · ""The Hollow Hero"" – an eccentric military hero doesn't want his commendation
S09E02 with Sammy Davis, Jr. 00/00/0000 The versatile Sammy Davis Jr. lights up this ninth-season show, drawing on his considerable gifts as an actor, comedian, singer and dancer. In the poignant and incisive "Backstage" sketch, he plays a star returning to his Southern hometown and encountering a childhood friend (Carol) who's prejudices remain very much alive. After performing a medley of his hits (including "Yes I Can," "What Kind of Fool Am I," "I Gotta Be Me," "Hey There" and "Candy Man"), Sammy appears in a Western skit as a jilted deputy packing a six-gun and hurt feelings after getting dumped by the Marshall (Harvey Korman). The Caribbean finale is a salute to composer Harold Arlen, featuring such tunes as "Stormy Weather," "Follow the Yellow Brick Road" and "Get Happy."
S09E03 with Cher 00/00/0000 Carol Burnett and her versatile co-star, Cher, sing and dance their way through the "Variety" number, reminding the CBS Television City audience that they are the only two women in prime time with variety shows. That was precisely the case when this ninth-season episode aired. Also seen on CBS, Cher was airing in the 7:30-8:30 p.m. Sunday time slot. Cher, later an Oscar winner for Moonstruck (1987), also demonstrates her flair for comedy in "The Not So Eternal Triangle," a sketch about a glamorous woman whose husband (Harvey Korman) is throwing her over for a timid and homely lover (Carol), and an installment of the soap satire "As the Stomach Turns." She then joins the entire cast for the "Solid Silver Platform shoes" finale, a spoof of '70s rock music (featuring Tim Conway as the Elton John-like character he would play again that season).
S09E04 with Shirley MacLaine 00/00/0000 Another versatile performer, future Oscar winner Shirley MacLaine (Terms of Endearment), guest stars in this ninth-season show, reading and singing about funny fan letters with Carol, playing a mother coping with little league-obsessed parents and appearing as Carol's "reflection" in the "Gorgeous" finale. The episode also includes the"Family" sketch in which Eunice (Carol) insists that Ed (Harvey) tell Mama (Vicki Lawrence) why they got married and "The Hollow Hero" sketch with Tim Conway as the palace guard stubbornly refusing to let the Queen (Carol) enter without the password. Harvey and Tim then team for "200 Years Ago Today," a spoof of the Bicentennial spots then airing constantly during commercial breaks. commercial breaks.
S09E05 with Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000 · ""Give Him The Needle"" – two nurses argue with a doctor during surgery
S09E06 with Maggie Smith 00/00/0000 · ""The Family"" – Eunice, Ed, and Mama have a conference with Bubba's teacher (Maggie)
S09E07 with The Pointer Sisters 00/00/0000 Several times a season, Carol was asked to do her legendary Tarzan yell. She's asked again during the opening question-and-answer period of this ninth-season episode, but she has some trouble getting it to come out right. It takes three tries to get off a good one. Everything else, though, goes wonderfully right, including a "Family" sketch with Eunice pushing Mama (Vicki Lawrence), Ed (Harvey Korman) and Mickey (Tim Conway) into a game of charades. Carol and Tim return to play a hungry couple in a black-and-white sketch done as a silent comedy. The bit reminds us that Carol and Harvey both have said that Tim would have been one of the silent era's great comedians. The Pointer Sisters, making one of five guest-appearances, sing "How Long," later joining Carol and Vicki for a rendition of "Get Me to the Church on Time."
S09E08 with Roddy McDowall 00/00/0000 Making of the several guest appearances on The Carol Burnett Show, Roddy McDowall gives his host some advice on tongue twisters a lighthearted lesson that leads to a rendition of the song "Moses Supposes." Roddy and Carol return to play a feuding couple in the "Assembly Line" sketch, right after Harvey Korman and Tim Conway portray "tough" truck drivers coping with divorce. Ten Tim and Vicki Lawrence appear in a true musical-comedy sketch (she handles the music, singing "For Once in My Life," while he, of course handles the comedy). This ninth-season show also has more than a little fun with The Little Foxes, spoofing the film version of Lillian Hellman's play. Carol has the Bette Davis role, Virginia, who is hoping that her invalid husband (Roddy) will soon die. It all builds to an "explosive" finale.
S09E09 Episode 9 00/00/0000 Highlights include: guest Helen Reddy sings "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady", joins the cast in a series of musical blackouts, and participates in a sketch about an extramarital affair endangered by a surprise call on a futuristic TV phone. Also: a woman struggles with so-called "easy openers" on household appliances; fortune cookie messages start a battle between friends; and a French marine explorer sends his assistant out on a hunt for a deadly white squid.
S09E10 with Maggie Smith 00/00/0000 Maggie Smith was between her two Academy Award victories when she guest-starred on this ninth-season episode of The Carol Burnett Show. She was named best actress in 1970 for her stirring portrayal of an eccentric English teacher in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. In 1979, she took home the golden statuette as best supporting actress for her work in Neil Simon's California Suite. After giving Carol a musical lesson in talking with a Cockney accent, she appears in an outstanding "Family" sketch as a teacher concerned about Bubba Higgins, the academically challenged son of ever-battling Eunice (Carol) and Ed (Harvey Korman). She also joins Carol, Harvey, Tim Conway and Vicki Lawrence in the big "Show Biz" finale, which includes such tunes as "Comedy Tonight," "Be a Clown," "Let Met Entertain You" and "There's No Business Like Show Business."
S09E11 with Betty White 00/00/0000 Another ninth-season episode, this show marks Betty White's first appearance in a "Family" skit as Eunice's self-centered sister, Ellen. It's Mama's birthday, and Eunice (Carol) is not only furious about Ellen arriving late, but also because Mama (Vicki Lawrence) continues to treat Ellen as the favorite. At the time this episode aired, Betty White had one more season to go in her acclaimed four-year-run (1973-77) on another celebrated CBS comedy series, The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Two months after this episode aired, she picked up her second Emmy for playing "Happy Homemaker" Sue Anne Nivens on Mary Tyler Moore's esteemed situation comedy. Also featured in Carol's comic take on the song "By The time I Get to Phoenix" (she tries to leave husband Harvey, but, as she sings, everything from the car to a tricycle gives her trouble).
S09E12 with The Pointer Sisters 00/00/0000 One of the many engaging aspects of The Carol Burnett Show was Carol's opening question-and-answer time. In this ninth-season episode, regular audience member Mrs. Miller asks, "Who do you have to know to get a front seat?" Carol arranges a quick seat swap for the elderly fan, then invites a young boy from the audience to feel her double-jointed hip in action. Only when he is on stage does Carol learn that the delighted youngster is the son of guest star Ruth Pointer (of the Pointer Sisters). comedy sketches include "The Noisy Speech," with Harvey Korman trying to overcome the noise made by his friend (Tim Conway), and "Miss Nobody," with Carol as a meek woman having lunch with her friend (Vicki Lawrence). The Pointer Sisters sing "Save the Bones for Henry Jones," returning for a rock retelling of the Cinderella story.
S09E13 with Eydie Gorme 00/00/0000 · ""The Hospital"" – Stella Toddler (Carol) is put in a room with a famous actress (Gorme) · Salute to Richard Rodgers
S09E14 with Jessica Walters 00/00/0000 · Walters sings ""Could It Be Magic?"" · Salute to Dorothy Fields
S09E15 with Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000 · ""Flora"" – takeoff on ""Laura"" with Carol as Gene Tierney · ""The Shoe Store Clerk"" – Tim as the oldest living shoe salesman · Salute to Sammy Cahn
S09E16 with Rita Moreno 00/00/0000 Sitting in the studio audience for this ninth season episode is opera singer Beverly Sills. Carol asks her to take a bow when the lights are bumped up for the opening question and answer chat. And Carol tells the studio audience that she and Sills are working on a network special titled Sills and Burnett at the Met. It aired the following season. Another great singer, Rita Moreno, is the guest star for this installment of The Carol Burnett Show. She sings "Some Cats Know," plays an accident causing nurse to formerly accident-prone Carol, and teams with Carol and Vicki Lawrence as waitresses in the song-and-dance finale "There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This." Tim returns as the Hollow Hero, a palace guard with no insides since swallowing a live grenade. This time, the Princess (Vicki) wants to marry him.
S09E17 with Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000 In one of the special interview segments taped for the Collector's Edition, Tim Conway reveals that his very real frustration with an intercom was the inspiration for the very first "Mrs. Wiggins" sketch, which is among the highlights of this Mr. Tudball tries to explain the new intercom system to Mrs. Wiggins (Carol), but either the intercom or his secretary isn't quite wired right. In 1978, Tim won both writing and acting Emmys for his work on The Carol Burnett Show. Musical numbers include frequent guest start Steve Lawrence singing "In the Still of the Night," a tunes from 1915 medley performed by Steve and Carol, a salute to Universal Studios and a tribute to big-band leader Glenn Miller (songs include "Moonlight Serenade" and Pennsylvania 6-5000").
S09E18 with Emmett Kelly and The Jackson Five 00/00/0000 Carol sings "Anybody Named Jackson" in this ninth-season episode of her long-running CBS variety show, only to be joined by five people named Jackson- the Jackson Five- who launch into "Forever Came Today." Michael and his brothers return later in the show to perform "Body Language" with Vicki. Other highlights include the skit "Washington Wacko" (with Harvey as a senator, Carol as his unpredictable wife and Tim Conway as his campaign manager) and "Swiped Life" (a spoof of A Stolen Life, the 1946 Bette Davis-Glenn Ford movie about twins, one naughty, one nice). The closing number features Carol's Charwoman cleaning up a three-ring circus, pretending to be the star of various acts. She is joined in pantomime by legendary clown Emmett Kelly, who takes a seat while she signs "It's Only a Paper Moon" and "Look for the Silver Lining."
S09E19 with The Pointer Sisters 00/00/0000
S09E20 Family Show 00/00/0000 · ""The Family"" · ""Mrs. Wiggins and Mr. Tudball"" · ""There Once Was A Man"" – dance number · Vicki as a switchboard operator
S09E21 with Joanne Woodward 00/00/0000 Oscar-winning actress Jo Anne Woodward (The Three Faces of Eve) is the guest star for this ninth-season episode. She jumps right in, playing Eunice's old school chum in one of the "Family" skits with Vicki Lawrence as Mama and Harvey Korman as Ed, who is working on a tricky puzzle. Other highlights include a sketch about a wealthy couple (Vicki and Harvey) arguing "through" their servants (Carol and Tim Conway); a musical number with Carol and Joanne playing wallflowers at a dance, singing "Let's Be Buddies" and "Why Can't I?"; a "Mrs. Wiggins" skit with Tim's long-suffering Mr. Tudball again trying to teach his dimbulb secretary how to work the office intercom; and the "Everything Old Is New Again" finale with Carol Vicki and Joanne in sun hats and turn-of-the century dresses.
S09E22 with Dick Van Dyke and Tony Randall 00/00/0000 A traveling encyclopedia salesman (guest Dick Van Dyke) tries to peddle his wares at the home of a bickering couple (Carol and Harvey) · Guest Tony Randall performs "Madeira, M'Dear?" · Two men (Tony and Dick) argue over a $10 loan while on vacation in Hawaii · Dick performs "Ballin' the Jack" with the dancers · a couple (Carol and Tony) have an argument over body signals · A mini-musical based on the lyrics of Ira Gershwin. Two Emmy-winning stars of Classic situation comedies, Dick Van Dyke (Rob Petrie on The Dick Van Dyke Show) and Tony Randall (Felix Unger on The Odd Couple), are the guest stars for this ninth-season installment. In her opening chat with the audience, Carol gives one of her hilarious updates on what's happening in her favorite daytime serial, All My Children, and reveals that she's about to do a cameo appearance on the afternoon soap opera. "I've never been on a soap opera before, "she tells the audience, "but I've never been hooked on a soap opera before."She also reveals that, as a child, she first wanted to be an artist. Van Dyke returned to The Carol Burnett Show as a regular at the beginning of the long-running program's eleventh and final CBS season.
S09E23 with Jack Klugman 00/00/0000 Jack Klugman was best known for his Emmy winning stint (1970-75) as sloppy sportswriter Oscar Madison in ABC's The Odd Couple when he guest starred on this episode of The Carol Burnett Show. But he soon would be known as Quincy, M.E., the crusading medical examiner of the Los Angeles county Coroner's Office. The long-running NBC drama would premiere six months after this appearance with Carol and company. He sings this way through two numbers: "Where Were You," a battle-of-the-sexes duet with Carol, and "The Country's in the Very Best of Hands," playing a southern politician on the campaign trail. Carol, Tim and Harvey engage in some close-quarter slapstick as three accountants sharing an incredibly small office. Then Tim picks up the slapstick and runs with it as an inept thief trying to steal the Pink Pussy Cat diamond.
S09E24 Family Show 00/00/0000 This ninth season episode features several of the show's best-loved recurring characters. There is a "Family" skit with Ed (Harvey Korman) agreeing to take Mickey (Tim Conway) to a hardware exhibition, then trying to keep it a secret from Eunice (Carol) and Mama (Vicki Lawrence). Then there's a sketch with Tim's long-suffering Mr. Tudball trying to wish Carol's ever-vacant Mrs. Wiggins a happy birthday. And the grand finale features Carol's Charwoman remembering back on the season, so glad that "we had this time together." Other highlights include the "Baby Face" number, with everyone dressed in children's clothing, and "The Digs," a sketch with Carol and Harvey as couple that can't help tearing things apart and tearing into each other. The irony is that few television shows boasted a happier family than The Carol Burnett Show.
S10E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000 The tradition at The Carol Burnett Show (CBS, 1967-78) was for Carol's "special buddy" Jim Nabors to appear in the first episode of each season. This 10th-season opener teams the former Gomer Pyle star with Carol for a rendition of "The Rain in Spain" that harkens back to his very first appearance on the long-running variety show. He then joins the entire cast for a satire on the soap satire Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (featuring Carol's pig-tail perfect impression of Louise Lasser) and the "Shipwreck in Tahiti" musical number. Another highlight is one of the finest "Family" sketches, with Eunice (Carol), Ed (Harvey Korman) and Mama (Vicki Lawrence) sitting down for a "friendly" game of Monopoly. Carol's Eunice reveals a lifetime of disappointment and resentment between Baltic Avenue and Boardwalk.
S10E02 with Sammy Davis, Jr. 00/00/0000 · ""The Slave Ship"" – Sammy as a galley slave · ""Her Majesty and the Mob"" – the queen's loan comes due
S10E03 Family Show 00/00/0000 · Salute to Las Vegas
S10E04 with Madeline Kahn 00/00/0000 Madeline Kahn the guest star for this tenth-season episode, had something in common with Carol Burnett Show regular Harvey Korman. Both were members of the big-screen stock company assembled by writer-director-comedian Mel Brooks for his films. Each had wonderfully wacky roles in Brooks' Blazing Saddles (1974), High Anxiety (1977) and The History of the World, Part One (1981). She gets several chances to shine throughout this show, starting with her portrayal of a director/actress rehearsing hard-luck Eunice (Carol) for a part in a play. She and Carol then sing a duet, "Friend," both returning to participate in the "That's Showbiz" parody of That's Entertainment. the episode also features the "Mrs. Wiggins" sketch about much-exasperated Mr. Tudball (Tim Conway) doing battle with a vending machine that refuses to cough up a cup of coffee.
S10E05 with Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000 · ""Kitchen Commercials"" · ""The Comedian"" – a night-club comic (S. Lawrence) bombs with his wife (Carol)
S10E06 with Roddy McDowall 00/00/0000 Mr. Tudball (Tim) gets into trouble with a newly-installed door buzzer system, and Mrs. Wiggins (Carol) is no help; a filmmaker (guest Roddy McDowall) wreaks havoc while attempting to film a documentary about a live operation in a hospital; Vicki sings "Hollywood Seven"; two Brits (Carol, Roddy) have an encounter in a London elevator where they speak in one-word sentences; and Carol, Harvey and Roddy perform a musical salute to silent movie comedians. Carol gives another All My Children update in the opening chat of this tenth-season show, and tells the audience that her favorite character is the hard-luck Eunice. One of Carol's favorite guest starts, Roddy McDowall, appears as a pushy documentary director trying to film brilliant surgeon Harvey Korman's operation on resident cutup Tim Conway. Roddy returns for "The Lift," one of the word-play skits that he and Carol performed so expertly and charmingly. Vicki Lawrence sings "Hollywood Seven," and Tim is in fine exasperated form in a "Mrs. Wiggins" sketch about Mr. Tudball installing a buzzer on his office door. The finale, "Without a Word, Without a Sound," is a tribute to silent comedy, with Carol as Buster Keaton to Roddy and Harvey's Laurel and Hardy.
S10E07 with Kay Cole 00/00/0000 The first of about thirty "Family" sketches aired in 1974, before frequent guest Tim Conway became a regular on The Carol Burnett Show. After getting to know Eunice, Ed and Mama in eight outings about the feuding family, the writers introduced a character for Tim, a hardware store employee named Mickey in 1975. This tenth-season episode features one of the best sketches with this Tim addition to the "Family": Mickey inviting everyone to his little apartment for a Chinese dinner. Making her first TV appearance, guest star Kay Cole sings and dances with the cast in the "Boys & Girls Like You & Me" number, returning to join Carol and Vicki for the finale, a medley of rain songs ("Soon It's Gonna Rain," "Rain On the Roof," "I Get the Blues When It Rains," "Rainy Days and Mondays").
S10E08 with Dinah Shore 00/00/0000 Business professionals (Carol and Harvey) discuss his marriage proposal in the style of a business meeting · Dinah Shore sings "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover" · Tim's "oldest living man" as a butcher with Harvey as an impatient customer · "Went With The Wind," a "Gone With The Wind" spoof features Carol as Starlet O'Hara, Vicki as Sissy, Tim as Brashley Wilkes, Dinah as Melody, and Harvey as Capt. Rat Butler · A musical salute to New Orleans with "Basin Street Blues" as the centerpiece.
S10E09 with Ken Berry 00/00/0000 · Salute to Johnny Mercer
S10E10 with The Pointer Sisters 00/00/0000 · Salute to Ray Charles
S10E11 with Alan King 04/12/1976 Cigar-toting comedian Alan King was no stranger to CBS variety programs when he guest starred on this tenth-season episode of The Carol Burnett Show. Starting in the early 1950's he had made ninety-three appearances on another of the network's long-running series, The Ed Sullivan Show. This installment of Carol's show displays the ease with which the cast bounced from outrageous physical comedy to sly verbal humor. The opening sketch, "Sleep No More My Lady," casts Tim Conway as a klutzy husband trying to keep the kitchen quiet for his sleep-deprived wife (Carol)- two gifted slapstick artists at their lunatic best. Then Carol returns for "The Session," a lively verbal match-up with her guest star, who's playing a psychiatrist. The episode's grand finale is a musical-comedy salute to Warner Bros. and choreographer Busby Berkeley.
S10E12 with Betty White 00/00/0000 Betty White (Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show) plays Eunice's sister, Ellen, in another classic "Family" sketch. Old resentments and painful revelations are hopping as the sisters "help" Mama clean up the attic- and Ellen tells Eunice what became of her beloved pet rabbit, Fluffy. Betty, later one of the stars of NBC's Golden Girls, also appears with Carol in a sketch abut two former cheerleaders attending a "Class of '32" reunion. She then joins Carol, Harvey, Vicki and Tim Conway in a tribute to the Ziegfeld Follies. During her monologue, Carol introduces Betty's husband, Password host Allen Ludden, who is sitting in the audience (Ludden and White had appeared as themselves in the classic Password episode of The Odd Couple).
S10E13 with Dick Van Dyke 00/00/0000 Dick Van Dyke, a regular at the start of the eleventh season, is a guest star for this tenth-season episode. It begins with Tim Conway as a "tough" police detective interrogating a couple of suspects (Harvey and Vicki Lawrence). Carol, dressed completely in white, then sings "My Coloring Book," with Dick sloshing paint on her as she mentions an emotion and its appropriate color. The highlight of the show, though, is "Little Miss Show Biz," a song-and-dance parody of 20th Century Fox musicals with Shirley Temple, Carol's hilarious Shirley impersonation shines on such songs as "Don't Be a Grumpy Wumpy" and " Yummy Yum Yum." Carol convulsed Broadway audiences in the 1964 comedy Fade Out- Fade In, sending up Shirley in the hilarious number "You Mustn't Be Discouraged" ("there's always one step further down you can go").
S10E14 Family Show 00/00/0000
S10E15 with Glen Campbell 00/00/0000 · ""A Star Is Born"" spoof · Scientists working on a swine flu vaccine · Blue-collar worker and frumpy wife sketch
S10E16 Family Show 00/00/0000 Highlights of this "family show" include: a couple (Carol, Tim) bicker over a late-night "wrong number" phone call; a woman (Carol) tries to liven up her life as a party is going on at the next apartment; the dancers perform a ballet to the music of "Nadia's Theme"; an inept, out-of-tune trio of musicians (pianist Carol, flautist Harvey and harpist Tim) accompany opera singer Vicki at a recital; a vacuum-cleaner salesman (Tim) tries to peddle his wares to a housewife (Vicki); and a "Late Late Late Show" presentation of "Torchy Song" (a spoof of the 1953 Joan Crawford film "Torch Song")
S10E17 with Rock Hudson and Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000 Mrs. Wiggins (Carol) has a millionaire date (guest Rock Hudson) for lunch, but she wants to dump him · Guest Steve Lawrence sings "You Take My Heart Away" · A husband-and-wife news team (Carol and Rock) bicker while anchoring a newscast · Chicken swing · A group of friends meet to discuss the future · A salute to the music of composer Jule Styne. Two of Carol's favorite guest starts, Steve Lawrence and Rock Hudson, sing, dance and clown their way through this tenth-season show. Much to the amazement of Tim's long-suffering Mr. Tudball, Rock is the dashing suitor hopelessly smitten with Carol's magnificently blank Mrs. Wiggins. As Carol says in one of the special introductions taped for this Collector's Edition, "The IQ Fairy never did pay her a visit." Steve sings "You Take My Heart Away." Rock and Carol play a husband-and-wife anchor team airing their grievances while on the air. Then both Rock and Steve join the cast for a '40s-style finale packed with songs by Broadway legend Jule Styne (including "People, "Together," "Small World" and "Everything's Coming up Roses").
S10E18 with Helen Reddy 00/00/0000 · Salute to Songs of the '60's
S10E19 with Eydie Gorme 00/00/0000 Highlights include: Eunice prepares for an appearance on "The Gong Show" and, inevitably, bickers with Ed and Mama over the clothes she would wear for her appearance; Mr. Tudball tries to teach Mrs. Wiggins the ropes about Las Vegas gambling; a wealthy woman (Carol) whose husband has been kidnapped is coached by a TV reporter (Harvey) who is interviewing her about the abduction; guest Eydie Gormé sings "What I Did for Love" and, for the finale, participates in a medley of movie music featuring such numbers as "Hooray for Hollywood", "Over the Rainbow", "San Francisco", "Born Free", "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" and "The Way We Were".
S10E20 with Ben Vereen 00/00/0000 Another tenth-season episode with a versatile guest star, this show spotlights the many talents of Ben Vereen, who, like Carol Burnett, has starred in Broadway musicals (Pippin and Jesus Christ Superstar), films (Sweet Charity and Funny Lady) and TV programs (teamed with Jeff Goldblum on ABC's Tenspeed and Brown Shoe). Vereen introduces his family during Carol's opening question-and-answer session with the audience, then sings and dances his way through the delightful "If you Believe" fantasy number. He displays his knack for comedy playing a divorce lawyer being courted by a bickering couple (Harvey KIorman and Carol) in a restaurant, returning for the finale, a selection of tunes by Harold Arlen (including "Common Get Happy," "Off to See the Wizard," "That Old Black Magic," "Wish Upon a Star" and "I Love a Parade").
S10E21 with Hal Linden 00/00/0000 Versatile Hal Linden, who spent eight ABC seasons in Barney Miller (1975-82), guest stars in this tenth-year show, reminding viewers of his Broadway experience in such musicals as Bells Are Ringing and the Rothschilds. After a rendition of "I Wont Last a Day Without You," he returns to play the aptly named Snakey in "Riverboat," a mini-musical takeoff on Show Boat (with Carol as Ruby Lee, Harvey Korman as the Captain's daughter). Tim Conway plays his Oldest Man character as a ship's shakey skipper, crashing through scenery and breaking up Harvey. And Carol and Harvey chew up the scenery as Funt and Mundane in a "Ham Actor" sketch about the stage couple taking their smash-hit play to increasingly larger venues- until they're booked to play the Astro-Bowl.
S10E22 with Neil Sedaka 00/00/0000
S10E23 with Ken Berry 00/00/0000 It was tough for a performer to keep a straight face in a comedy sketch with Tim Conway. First Harvey Korman fails to do so when Tim's wonderfully sarcastic Mr. Tudball tries to implement a fire-safety plan with Carol's fabulously vacant Mrs. Wiggins. Then Vicki Lawrence breaks up when Tim plays a soldier stranded in the desert with a commanding officer (Harvey) who has a militant approach to mirages. Frequent guest star Ken Berry taps his way through "I Got Rhythm," then joins the cast for "Babes in Barns," a parody of such Mickey Rooney-Judy Garland "let's put on a show" movie musicals as Babes in Arms. Ken Berry was Carol's co-star in the network television production of "Once Upon a Mattress" in the early '70's.
S10E24 Tenth Anniversary Show 00/00/0000
S11E01 with Jim Nabors 00/00/0000
S11E02 with Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000 This eleventh-season episode features one of Carol's all-time favorite guest stars, singer Steve Lawrence. During the eleven-year run of The Carol Burnett Show, Steve made twenty seven appearances, always proving he was as comfortable in a movie spoof or comedy bit as he was in song. His wife, Eydie Gorme, was a guest star thirteen times on Carol's program, but never with Steve. Film parodies were a Steve specialty, and he proves this once again with "Fran Sancisco," a lampoon of the 1936 classic, San Francisco. He plays a Frisco snob named Robert Snob, who talks one way with his glasses on and another way with them off. Dick Van Dyke takes Clark Gable role; Carol plays the Jeanette McDonald character; Tim is the Spencer Tracy part, a chanting priest; and Vicki Lawrence is Robert Snob's glasses-wearing mother.
S11E03 Family Show 08/10/1977 "Company Man" sketch with Carol and Dick; "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore" musical number; "Lucky Stiff" sketch with Carol, Tim and Dick; "Goodbye at the Airport" sketch; "Till Death Do Us Part" sketch with Carol and Tim; "Once in Love with Amy" musical number with Dick.
S11E04 with Nancy Dussault 00/00/0000
S11E05 Family Show 00/00/0000
S11E06 with Ken Berry 00/00/0000 Long suffering Mr. Tudball (Tim) tries to paint the office in the opening sketch. He's doomed to fail, of course, because his clueless secretary, Mrs. Wiggins (Carol), is "helping" him. Although Mr. Tudball's wonderful sarcasm and Mrs. Wiggins' splendidly vacant remarks provide big laughs, the carefully built slapstick of such routines remind you how frequently The Carol Burnett Show would recall the glory days of silent comedy. Dick Van Dyke, no slouch at slapstick himself, believes he didn't quite fit into the show's chemistry when he replaced Harvey Korman as a regular in 1977. "Dick is hilarious," Tim says, "but, all of sudden, we were four funny people without a straight man". But dick often did fit in brilliantly, as he does in the mini musical "Stolen serenade," singing and dancing with Vicki Lawrence and guest star Ken Berry.
S11E07 Family Show 00/00/0000 · Dick sings love songs · ""The Family"" – playing the game ""Password""
S11E08 with Dick Van Dyke 12/11/1977 This eleventh-season episode is what Carol called "a family show." That means the entire musical-comedy load is carried by the regulars - no guest stars. As usual, the show gets rolling with Carol's question-and-answer session. Two of the most frequent requests during these endearing chats with the studio audience were for Carol's famous Tarzan yell and for a demonstration of her double-joined hip. It took eleven seasons, but here's a Carol Burnett Show first: an audience member asks Carol to do the Tarzan yell and to dislocate her double-jointed hip at the same time. She does it, later playing a mirror image clown to regular Dick Van Dyke in the musical number "It All Depends on You." Carol and Dick then play homely lovers in "Enchanted Hovel," a spoof of The Enchanted Cottage, a 1945 film starring Dorothy McGuire Young.
S11E09 with Ben Vereen 00/00/0000 · ""TV Commercials"" – Rolaids, among others
S11E10 Family Show 00/00/0000 · MGM movie spoofs – ""Boys Town,"" ""Singin' In The Rain,"" among others
S11E11 with Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000
S11E12 with Rock Hudson 00/00/0000
S11E13 with Helen Reddy and Ken Berry 00/00/0000
S11E14 with Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000 · Steve sings ""We're All Alone"" · Salute to Hits of the '70's
S11E15 with Ken Berry and Roddy McDowall 00/00/0000 Eunice's brother Phillip (guest Roddy McDowall) stays over with "The Family" while in town; a silent sketch involving a championship pool game from 1908 between two players (Tim and guest Ken Berry); and "High Hat", a spoof of 1930's Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers musicals. Roddy McDowall makes his third and final appearance in a "Family" sketch as Eunice's brother Philip, a world-renowned writer whose accomplishments are little appreciated and less respected by his ever-bickering relatives. Home to receive an honorary degree from a local university, poor Philip is constantly criticized by Mama (Vicki Lawrence). Aired during the eleventh and last CBS season for Carol Burnett's variety show, this episode allows frequent guest star Ken Berry and regular Tim Conway to showcase their considerable gifts for physical comedy in a silent-screen sketch about two slapstick pool players. Everyone returns for "High Hat," a takeoff on Top Hat, with Ken and Carol making like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
S11E16 with Eydie Gorme 00/00/0000
S11E17 with Steve Lawrence and Captain and Tennille 00/00/0000
S11E18 with Natalie Cole and Ken Berry 00/00/0000
S11E19 with Ken Berry 00/00/0000
S11E20 with Steve Lawrence 00/00/0000
S11E21 with Betty White and Steve Martin 00/00/0000 An installment of "As the Stomach Turns" with a close encounter of a different kind · Guest Steve Martin attempts to perform a comic act for dogs · A deranged bag lady (Carol) gets an older middle-class man (Tim) into trouble · Mama and Eunice visit Ellen (guest Betty White) and wreak havoc there in another "Family" sketch · A "Late, Late Movie" presentation of "Beach Blanket Boo-Boo" (a spoof of 1960's "Beach Party" movies with Steve in the Frankie Avalon role and Carol as Annette Funicello). One of the last shows aired during the eleven-season CBS run of The Carol Burnett Show, this high-energy installment gets a power boost from comedy's wild-and-crazy guy, Steve Martin, who plays Richard Dryface in an "As the Stomach Turns" sketch that takes close aim at Close Encounters of the Third Kind. the evening's other guest star, Emmy winner Betty White (Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show) plays Canoga Park's leading interior decorator in the spacey "Stomach Turns" turn,, then reprises the character of Ellen, Eunice's snooty sister, in a "Family" installment about the less-than-civil siblings arguing about where Mama (Vicki Lawrence) should live. The grand finale is "Beach Blanker Boo Boo," a spoof with Steve and Carol taking the Frankie and Annette roles.
S11E22 with James Garner, George Carlin and Ken Berry 00/00/0000 A doctor (guest Ken Berry) about to take a trip to Hawaii gets a going-away gift from his patients (Carol, Vicki, Tim and guest James Garner) but their neuroses ruin the festivities · Guest George Carlin spoofs record offer advertisements · A recurring series of sketches of a construction worker (Tim) seeking several ways to try to get rid of his wife (Carol) · Ken and Vicki perform "My Cutie's Due at Two-to-Two Today" with the dancers · A dental hygienist (Carol) wreaks revenge on her ex-husband (George) who's her patient · Lovers (Carol and James) part · A musical finale about two penniless bums. Also among the final shows aired by CBS, this one starts with Carol describing her 1959-62 run on The Garry Moore Show as "her biggest break in show business." The studio audience also wants to know about Carol's plans for the future, and she tells them about an upcoming TV movie based on humorist Erma Bombeck's writings (broadcast later that year, it was titled The Grass is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank). The lineup for this close-to-last hurrah is impressive: frequent guest star Ken Berry, prime-time veteran James Garner (Maverick, The Rockford Files) and comedian George Carlin. Berry plays a psychiatrist treating four patients in a remote cabin and Carlin plays a man getting his teeth "cleaned" by his vengeful ex-wife (Carol).
S11E23 with Steve Lawrence and Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000
S11E24 A Special Evening with Carol Burnett 00/00/0000 · ""The Family"" · ""Mrs. Wiggins"" · ""Charwoman"" · Highlights from the past 11 years · Jimmy Stewart surprise cameo
S00E01 Show Stoppers 00/00/0000 Enjoy this incredible laugh-filled reunion featuring bloopers from the classic sketch-comedy show. Join Carol, Harvey, Vicki and Tim as they reminisce with the audience on out-takes and "leave-ins", and feature a special salute to the series' wardrobe designer Bob Mackey.
S00E02 Let's Bump Up The Lights 00/00/0000 For 11 smash-hit seasons Carol's cry, "Let's Bump Up The Lights!" was the signal for something unexpected to begin. Now you can enjoy a sensational hour of spontaneous moments captured in the legendary Question and Answer segment of every Carol Burnett Show. Here, Carol Burnett and her incredibly talented cast of Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence, Tim Conway and Lyle Waggoner are reunited before a live audience to relive, recount and remember their favorite moments from interacting with the show's studio audiences.
S00E03 A Reunion - The 25th Anniversary Special 00/00/0000
S00E04 Ahhhh, Mrs. Whiggins? 00/00/0000 Featurette with the exasperated Mr. Tudball and Mrs. Whiggins.
S00E06 One More Time - A Cast Reunion 00/00/0000 Cast reunion with Carol Burnett, Vicki Lawrence, Tim Conway and Lyle Waggoner.
S00E26 Interview with Vikki Carr 00/00/0000
S00E27 Interview with Carol Channing 00/00/0000
S00E28 Interview with Jack Jones 00/00/0000
S00E29 The Song and Dance: Crooners, Hoofers & Balladeers 00/00/0000
S00E30 Interview with Tony Bennett 00/00/0000
S00E31 Outtakes 00/00/0000
S00E32 Interview with Kristen Chenoweth 00/00/0000
S00E33 Bonus Sketch: Carol and Sis 07/12/1970 From show #411 with Don Rickels as a frustrated house painter.
S00E34 Expecting the Unexpected 00/00/0000
S00E35 Interview with Steve Carell 00/00/0000
S00E36 Interview with George Chakiris 00/00/0000
S00E37 Interview with Shirley Jones 00/00/0000
S00E38 Bonus Sketch: As the Stomach Turns 10/10/1969 from show #301 featuring the first appearance of Tim Conway's "Oldest Man" character.
S00E39 Interview with Vikki Carr 00/00/0000
S00E40 Interview with Burt Reynolds 00/00/0000
S00E41 Interview with Pat Boone 00/00/0000
S00E46 Writers' Roundtable: A Conversation with the Writers 00/00/0000
S00E47 Interview with Randy Doney 00/00/0000
S00E48 Interview with Edward Villella 00/00/0000
S00E50 The Garry Moore Show 00/00/0000
S00E51 Bonus Show: The Garry Moore Show 24/04/1962 Featuring Carol Burnett in the 'Cinderella' sketch--with Carol as Cinderella.
S00E52 Bonus Show: The Garry Moore Show 26/06/1962 Episode featuring Carol Burnett's last appearance as a member of the cast.
S00E53 Bonus Show: The Garry Moore Show 06/03/1962 Episode featuring Carol Burnett in the 'Supergirl' Sketch--the first time Carol did the Tarzan yell on television.
S00E54 Bonus Show: The Garry Moore Show 00/00/0000
S00E90 Harvey Korman Remembers 20/04/2004 Interview with Harvey Korman, reminiscing about The Carol Burnett Show and other career highlights. (Taped in Los Angeles)
S00E92 Interview with Carl Reiner 00/00/0000
S00E93 Interview with Betty White 00/00/0000
S00E94 The Dentist 03/03/1969 From Show #120 With Tim Conway and Harvey Korman.
S00E95 Beginnings 00/00/0000
S00E96 Harvey and Tim Together Again 24/04/2004 A rare interview with Harvey Korman and Tim Conway, talking about their 10 years together on the Carol Burnett Show.
S00E97 Interview with Carol Burnett 00/00/0000
S00E100 Once Upon a Mattress 00/00/0000
S00E101 Carol + 2 00/00/0000
S00E102 Origins of the Charwoman 00/00/0000
S00E103 The Golden Age of the Variety Show 00/00/0000
S00E104 Interview with Ken Berry 00/00/0000
S00E106 Interview with Randy Doney 00/00/0000
S00E107 Interview with Tina Fey 00/00/0000
S00E108 Interview with Bill Hader 00/00/0000
S00E109 Messages to Carol 00/00/0000
S00E110 Interview with Julie Andrews 00/00/0000
S00E111 Interview with George Chakiris 00/00/0000
S00E112 Interview with Shirley Jones 00/00/0000
S00E113 Interview with Buz Kohan 00/00/0000
S00E114 Interview with Gloria Loring 00/00/0000
S00E115 Outtakes 00/00/0000
S00E116 A Writers' Roundtable 00/00/0000
S00E117 Interview with Marty Ingels 00/00/0000
S00E118 Interview with Arnie Kogan 00/00/0000
S00E119 Interview with Chita Rivera 00/00/0000
S00E120 Interview with Saul Turteltaub 00/00/0000
S00E121 Gags and Gowns: The Genius of Bob Mackie 00/00/0000
S00E122 Side Effects May Include: The Commercial Parodies 00/00/0000
S00E123 An Interview With Vicki Lawrence 00/00/0000
S00E124 Bonus Sketch: The Rock Sisters 24/11/1969 With Lucille Ball
S00E125 Bonus Sketch: Brown Derby 10/11/1969 With Bing Crosby and cameo by Bob Hope
S00E126 Featurette: We Love You Harvey 00/00/0000
S00E127 Featurette: Focus on 'The Family' 00/00/0000
S00E128 Featurette: Breaking Up Is Hard... Not to Do 00/00/0000 The Ensemble Chemistry and Famous "Break-Ups" on The Carol Burnett Show.
S00E129 Featurette: Next Stop, Broadway - About the Mini-Musicals 00/00/0000
S00E130 Featurette: Laugh Tracks - A Tribute to the Writers 00/00/0000
S00E131 Featurette: Starlet, Mildred, and More 00/00/0000 A Celebration of the Movie Parodies
S00E132 Featurette: I Want to Push That Button... - The History of The Carol Burnett Show 00/00/0000
S00E133 Bonus Sketch: Society Marriage with Jerry Lewis 11/01/1971 Society Marriage with Jerry Lewis
S00E134 Featurette: Bring Up the Lights - Carol\'s Q&As 00/00/0000
S00E135 Interview with Lainie Kazan 00/00/0000
S00E136 Interview with Bernadette Peters 00/00/0000
S00E137 Interview with Carl Reiner - Additional Interview 00/00/0000 Additional Interview continued from earlier. Included on Exclusive Bonus Features!
S00E138 Interview with Gail Parent 00/00/0000
S00E139 Interview with Kenny Solms 00/00/0000
S00E140 Interview with Tim Conway - Additional Interview 00/00/0000 Talks about characters he would like to do again.
S00E141 Interview with Jerry Lewis 00/00/0000
S00E142 Interview with Amy Poehler 00/00/0000
S00E143 Interview with Lyle Waggoner 00/00/0000
S00E144 Interview with Ellen DeGeneres 00/00/0000
S00E145 Interview with Jane Lynch 00/00/0000
S00E146 Interview with Kyra Thompson 00/00/0000
S00E147 Interview with Bob Mackie 00/00/0000
S00E148 Interview with Betty White - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E149 Harvey Korman Remembers Part 2 20/04/2004 Second Part of Harvey Korman Remembers. Recorded in LA
S00E150 Bonus Sketch: Lovely Story, parody of Love Story 01/02/1971
S00E151 Interview with Amy Poehler - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E152 Interview with Kyra Thompson - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E153 Interview with Gail Parent - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E154 Interview with Kenny Solms - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E155 Interview with Lyle Waggoner - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E156 Interview with Rita Moreno 00/00/0000
S00E157 Interview with Bernadette Peters - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E158 Interview with Tim Conway - Additional Interview Part 2 00/00/0000
S00E159 Bonus Sketch: Sunnyset Boulevard 29/12/1971 Parody of Sunset Boulevard with Carol and Harvey Korman
S00E160 Interview with Ken Berry - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E161 Interview with Lainie Kazan - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E162 Interview with Steve Lawrence - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E163 Interview with Jane Lynch - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E164 Interview with Vicki Lawrence - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E165 Interview with Bob Mackie - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E166 Interview with Rita Moreno - Additional Interview 00/00/0000
S00E167 Harvey and Tim Together Again Part 2 00/00/0000
S00E168 Interview with Betty White - Additional Interview Part 2 00/00/0000
S00E169 Interview with Joel Grey 00/00/0000
S00E170 Featurette: From Soaps to 'Nuts 00/00/0000 About the TV Parodies
S00E171 Interview with Vicki Lawrence - Additional Interview Part 2 00/00/0000

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