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S01E01 Lynn Redgrave / Sonny & Cher / Harold Sakata 12/09/1967 Musical Highlights: Cher sings, "You Better Sit Down, Kids" Jerry sings, "I Like You" Sonny & Cher perform "What Now, My Love?" Jerry and the Baja Marimba Band perform "Comin' in the Back Door" and "What Now, My Love?". Sketches: A nervous husband (Jerry) finds his secret-agent wife (Lynn) being attacked by an assassin (Harold). Jerry also plays the trumpet and mimes a maintenance man who takes over a business meeting as chairman of the board.
S01E02 Martha Raye / Jack Webb / Harry Morgan 19/09/1967 Comedy Sketch: Miss Raye sings and appears in a sketch as a USO entertainer sent to cheer a lone soldier at an Arctic outpost. Webb and Morgan join Jerry for an Orient-oriented talk-off on Dragnet.
S01E03 Al Hirt / Nanette Fabray 26/09/1967 Comedy Sketch: Jerry, as a poor soul character, gets a job as a hotel doorman. Jerry and Nanette play a husband and wife; he's a kleptomanic, she's a policewoman. Musical Highlights: Nanette sings "Stout Hearted Men" and joins Jerry in a madcap medley. Al Hirt is featured in two trumpet solos.
S01E04 Janet Leigh / Ben Gazzara 03/10/1967 Ben Gazzara makes his singing debut, and he and Janet Leigh join Jerry in two comedy sketches, one involving an exploratory trip through an ancient Egyptian tomb, the second about a comedy team named "The Mothers Brothers."
S01E05 Barbara Feldon / The Doodletown Pipers 10/10/1967 Comedy Sketch: Jerry portrays the timid son of a lumber tycoon forced to fire a ferocious foreman, and a delivery boy who tangles with a girl rebounding from a ruined romance. In "A Man from Chicken Yum Yum" sketch, Jerry portrays a chicken delivery boy who meets Miss Feldon and must contend with her ravenous appetite - for a husband!
S01E06 Joey Heatherton / Laurence Harvey 17/10/1967 Comedy Sketch: "The Low Chaparral," and Jerry plays a "poor soul" patient who finds that he shares a hospital room with a handsome film star. Also a sketch about the adventures of a grizzled prospector and a villainous gunslinger.
S01E07 Don Rickles / Sergio Mendes 31/10/1967 Comedy Sketch: In "Sidney of the Supermarket," Jerry is an incompetent clerk who is suddenly elevated to the position of manager. Musical Highlights: Sergio Mendes performs "Watch What Happens" and "The Frog".
S01E10 Harold J. Stone / Roger Williams / Anna Moffo 21/11/1967 Jerry's guests are Metropolitan Opera soprano Anna Moffo, pianist Roger Williams and Actor Harold J. Stone.
S01E11 Frank Gorshin / The McGuire Sisters 05/12/1967 Comedy Sketch: Frank Gorshin imitates famous personalities and joins host Jerry in a sketch about a haunted house inhabited by monsters.
S01E13 Connie Stevens / Dick Shawn 26/12/1967 Comedy Sketch: Jerry is an American tourist in France; a wallflower at a high school dance. An old-time medicine show with Shawn playing the barker, Connie his assistant and Jerry a stage struck sheriff who arrives to run the elixir peddlers out of town, but joins them when they offer to launch him in a show business career.
S01E17 Ricardo Montalban / The Osmond Brothers 30/01/1968 Comedy Sketches: The Osmonds play Boy Scouts who are learning survival skills from their troup leader, the Nutty Professor. A New Wave director (Ricardo Montalban) thinks he's found the perfect model for a hair spray commercial. His discovery is delivery boy Sidney (aka "The Man from Yum-Yum"). Musical Highlights: The Osmonds sing "Then I'll Be Happy." Ricardo Montalban sings "I Don't Think I'm in Love." The entire cast joins in on "A Banda" and "Before the Parade Passes By."
S01E19 Zsa Zsa Gabor / Peter Lawford 13/02/1968 Comedy Sketches: Zsa Zsa plays a spy who tries to seduce two World World I pilots. In the Garden of Eden, the Nutty Professor lectures Adam and Eve (Zsa Zsa and Peter Lawford) on marriage. Jerry does a pantomime as Sidney, the operator of a rundown newsstand who faces competition by a superstand that employs beautiful women. Musical Highlights: Zsa Zsa and the Dancers perform "Oo La La." Peter Lawford sings "Music to Watch Girls By."
S01E20 Tony Randall / Nancy Ames 20/02/1968 Comedy Sketches: Tony hosts a TV game show that turns loving couples into greedy, bitter enemies. The Nutty Professor (Jerry) gives a speech on the history of dancing. Jerry works at a store where "The Salesman is Always Wrong." Musical Highlights: Nancy sings "Dear Hearts and Gentle People" and "See the Friendship There." Tony sings "They're Wearing Them Higher in Hawaii." Nancy & Jerry duet on "Meditation."
S01E21 Bobby Darin / Jane Powell 27/02/1968 Comedy Sketches: Jerry plays a hapless handyman working at a senior citizens' center. In a parody of variety shows, Powell, Darin and Lewis play unusual musical instruments, attempt celebrity impressions and do an acrobatic routine. Also, Bobby Darin and Jerry Lewis play violinists whose duet turns into a duel. Musical Highlights: Bobby sings "Talk to the Animals" and "Sixteen Tons." Jane Powell sings "Chattanooga Choo Choo." Jane Powell, Bobby Darin and Jerry Lewis perform "Epicurean Delight."
S01E22 Don Rickles / Michele Lee 12/03/1968 Comedy Sketches: Don plays an abrasive talk show host whose guests are a fashion designer and a guru (both played by Jerry). Michele Lee and Don Rickles do a parody of daytime soap operas. An Adam and Eve sketch with Michele Lee and Jerry Lewis. Musical Highlights: Michele Lee sings "Yesterday" and "L. David Sloane." Jerry Lewis - "If You Could See Her Now." The George Wyle Singers and The Nick Castle Dancers join together in a "Time" production number.
S01E23 Barbara Eden / Merv Griffin 19/03/1968 Comedy Sketch: Jerry Lewis plays a hillbilly named Jethro, and Barbara Eden plays his girlfriend Minnie, with Merv Griffin playing a wealthy city man. Musical Highlights: Barbara Eden sings the song "Beautiful Things". Jerry Lewis sings the song "Smile", his theme song for The Jerry Lewis Show.
S01E25 Nanette Fabray / Sergio Franchi 09/04/1968 Comedy Sketches: A recently divorced man-about-town (Torme) hires Hari Kari (Jerry) to be his houseboy. At the urging of his wife (Nanette), a has-been safecracker attempts a comeback. But instead of safes, the husband resorts to robbing parking meters. Musical Highlights: Mel Torme - "We've Got a World That Swings" and "A Man and a Woman." Nanette Fabray - "House of Fire" (production number with dancers).
S01E26 Count Basie / Mel Torme 16/04/1968 Comedy Sketches: In a parody of Leonard Bernstein's Young People's Concerts, Jerry "explains" the music of Count Basie's Orchestra. Musical Highlights: Mel Torme sings "Blusette" Mel Torme and Jerry Lewis sing "Bring Back the Bands" Count Basie and orchestra - "Splanky" Jerry Lewis - "Singing in the Rain" Jerry Lewis and the Count Basie Orchestra - "Nose Cone"
S02E02 Michael Landon / Kaye Ballard / Sergio Mendez 24/09/1968 Comedy Sketches: Jerry and guest Michael Landon make satirical comments to clips from Landon's 1957 flick "I Was a Teenage Werewolf." Jerry, Michael Landon, and Kaye Ballard do parodies of current TV commercials. Ralph Rotten (Jerry), a self-described "Master Masquerader," pretends to be the fiancée of an heiress (Kaye Ballard). Music: Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 perform "Fool on the Hill" and "The Look of Love." Kaye Ballard sings "Remember" and "Rags."
S02E03 Jack Webb / Harry Morgan / Ray Charles / Michele Lee 01/10/1968 Jerry's guests are actors Jack Webb and Harry Morgan, actress Michele Lee, and Ray Charles & The Raelettes.
S02E04 Barbara Eden / John Byner / Gary Pucket & The Union Gap 08/10/1968
S02E07 Bobby Darin / Paul Lynde / Moby Grape 29/10/1968 Guests Bobby Darin, Paul Lynde, and musical guest Moby Grape appear with Jerry Lewis.
S02E09 Barbara Feldon / Dean Jones 19/11/1968
S02E10 Peter Lawford / Jo Anne Worley 26/11/1968
S02E15 Gary Lewis & The Playboys / Lassie / The Osmond Brothers 14/01/1969 Jerry's guests are Gary Lewis and the Playboys, and TV's Lassie. Semi-regulars The Osmond Brothers also appear.
S02E16 Raymond Burr / Rich Little 21/01/1969 Jerry's guest are actor Raymond Burr & comedian Rich Little.
S02E18 James Brown / Nanette Fabray 11/02/1969 Jerry's guests are singer James Brown and actress Nanette Fabray.
S02E19 Paul Lynde / Totie Fields 18/02/1969 Jerry's guests are comedians Paul Lynde and Totie Fields.
S02E21 Connie Stevens / Joe Besser / The Osmond Brothers 04/03/1969
S02E24 John Byner / The Osmond Brothers / Noel Harrsion 04/02/1969