Affiche Tony Orlando And Dawn
  • 3 saisons
  • 39 épisodes
  • Début :
    1974
  • Statut :
    Terminée
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They sold over 70 million records between 1970 - 1977, with three #1 songs and 2 American Music Awards. Their signature tune - "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree" has become somewhat of an anthem in not only welcoming soldiers home from war, but also as a symbol of hope for the return of missing persons. In 1974, Tony Orlando & Dawn's already huge recording career morphed into a hit weekly CBS-TV variety show, the result of a very successful 4-week summer replacement run. Originating as The Tony Orlando & Dawn Show and ending as The Tony Orlando & Dawn Rainbow Hour, the show received strong ratings and further endeared Tony Orlando, Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent in the hearts of America.

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Saisons & épisodes Les résumés de tous les épisodes de Tony Orlando And Dawn

S01E01 Loretta Swit, Rosey Grier 03/07/1974 Opening Song: "Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree" Sketch: "Twas the Night Before the 4th of July" - Starring: Tony, Rosy and Loretta Song: Medley - "Anyone Who Had A Heart/Walk on By/Make It Easy on Yourself/Breakin' Up Is Hard To Do" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Song: "Oh My My" - Performed by: Tony, Telma and Joyce Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Get A Job" - Starring: Telma and Joyce Sketch: "Applying For A Job" - Tony Sketch: "Most Oppressed" -Starring: The Entire cast Tony's Fantasy: Shaft - Song: "Shaft" - Starring: Tony and Dawn Song: "You're Cute" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Rosy Song: "If" - Performed by: Tony Song: "Sweet Gypsy Rose" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn Musical Sketch: "Parody of Sweet Gypsy Rose" - Starring: Tony and Loretta Concert Spot: "Amen/He's Got the Whole World In His Hands/Oh Happy Day/I Believe in Music"
S01E02 Lloyd Bridges, Charo 10/07/1974 Opening Song: "Who's In the Strawberry Patch With Sally" Song/Comedy Routine: "Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer/Sweet Adeline" - Starring: Tony, Telma, Joyce and Lloyd Song: "Rock A Bye Baby/Rock and Roll Baby" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Song: "Quando Caliente El Sol" Tony (Spanish) Charo (English) Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Inflation" - Starring: Telma and Joyce Sketch: "The Inflation Rag" - Tony Sketch: "Dance Lessons" Tony, Telma and Joyce Song: "Love Train" - Performed by: Tony, Telma and Joyce Song: "Something" - Performed by: Tony Sketch: "Boom Boom Bill Bailey" - Starring: Tony and Lloyd Concert Spot: "La Bamba/Twist and Shout/Hey Jude"
S01E03 Jimmie J.J. Walker, Shari Lewis, Karen Morris 17/07/1974 Opening song: "Steppin' Out, Gonna Boogie Tonight" Sketch: "Hushpuppy Gets A Divorce" - Starring: Tony, Shari and Hushpuppy Song: "Touch Me in the Morning" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Sketches: "The Late Show" A) Chunky Checker - Starring: Tony B) Lou Effy and Moreen - "Man From Bad" - Starring - Telma and Joyce C) "Rip-off Career School" - Jimmie Walker Sketch: The Merry Mailman - Tony, Telma and Joyce read their fan mail. Song: "Will It Go 'Round in Circles" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn Song: "You Say The Sweetest Things" - Performed by: Tony and Karen Morris Song: "The Twelve Days of Summer" - Performed by: Tony, Shari and the cast Concert Spot: "Love Music/Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's hand)/Joy to the World/Aquarius-Let the Sunshine In"
S01E04 JoAnne Worley, Will Geer 24/07/1974 Opening Song: "Candida" Song: "He's Making the Best of a Bad Situation" - Performed by: Tony and Will Sketch: "The Plant Lady" - Starring: JoAnne Worley Song: "When You Wish Upon A Star/Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Musical Sketch: "The Fabulous Fifties" Songs: "Theme from Davy Crockett/Who Put the Bop in the Bop Shoo Bop/My Baby Wrote Me a Letter" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Shaft in Shining Armor" - Starring: Telma and Joyce Song: "You're a Lady" - Performed by: Tony Musical Sketch: "Hard Hearted Hannah" - Starring: Tony, Will and JoAnne Concert Spot: "Knock Three Times/Duke of Earl"
S01E05 William Conrad, Florence Henderson 04/12/1974 Opening Song: "Gimme A Good Old Mammy Song" Sketch: "Shanook and the Man" - Starring: Tony and William Conrad Song: "Mr. Big Stuff" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Florence Henderson Song: "I Honestly Love You" - Performed by: Tony Tony's Fantasy: The Glitter Rock King - Song: "Crocodile Rock" - Tony and Dawn Sketch: "Master Reggie" - Starring: Tony, Florence, William and Alice Dunn Song: "Ricky Don't Lose That Number" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Concert Spot: "It's Great To Be Back Here, Hallelujah"
S01E06 Jackie Gleason, Nancy Walker 11/12/1974 Opening Song: "If I Could Talk To The Animals" Song: "I'll Teach You Everything I Know" - Performed by: Tony and Jackie Gleason Song: "Laughter In The Rain" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Tony's Fantasy: Cowboy Heroes - Song: "I Shot The Sheriff" - Tony and Dawn Musical Sketch: "Snowbird" - Performed by: Tony and Nancy Walker Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Mr. Faygo's Bath" - Telma and Joyce Musical Sketch: "That's Entertainment" - Performed by: The Entire Cast Closing Song: "Steppin' Out, I'm Gonna Boogie Tonight" - Tony and Dawn Concert Spot: "The Games People Play"
S01E07 Carroll O'Connor, International Children's Choir of America 18/12/1974 Opening Song: "Joy To The World" Fable: "The King and the People Who Complained" - Starring: The Entire Cast Song: "Let There Be Peace On Earth" - Performed by: The Intn'l Children's Choir of America Tony's Fantasy: "The Great Orlando" - Song: "Nothin' From Nothin'" - Tony Orlando and Dawn Skit: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Hospital Christmas Party" - Telma and Joyce Christmas Medley - Performed by: Tony, Telma, Joyce, Carroll and the kids Concert Spot: "Deck The Halls/We Wish You A Merry Christmas" - Tony and Dawn
S01E08 Esther Rolle, Lloyd Bridges 25/12/1974 Opening Song: "The Candy Man" Sketch: Tony interviews Santa Claus - Tony and Alice Dunn Song: "You're Just Too Good To Be True" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Musical Sketch: "Very, Very, Very Good Times" - Telma, Joyce and Esther Song: "Grandma's Hands" - Performed by: Tony and his Grandma Tony's Fantasy: The Gypsy - Song: "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves" - Tony and Dawn Story: "200 Years Ago Today" - Esther Rolle Song: "Side By Side" - Performed by: Tony and Lloyd Bridges Closing Song: "Say Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose" - Tony and Dawn
S01E09 Telly Savalas, Anne Meara 01/01/1975 Opening Song: "Daydream" Tony interviews Cinderella's wicked stepmother - Tony and Anne Meara Song: "If" - Performed by: Telly Savalas Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Housecleaning" - Telma and Joyce Tony's Fantasy: Method Acting - Song: "Where Are You Going?" - Tony and Dawn Sketch: "Mother-In-Laws" - Performed by: Tony, Telly and Anne Concert Spot: Disney Medley
S01E10 Bill Macy, Loretta Swit 08/01/1975 Opening Song: "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavor" Tony and Bill try to figure out what Bill can do on the show Song: "Yesterday Once More" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Song: "The Mashed Potato With You" - Performed by: Tony and Loretta Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Mr. Johnson" - Starring: Telma and Joyce Tony's Fantasy: A Calypso - Song: "I Can See Clearly Now" - Tony and Dawn Sketch: "The Dreams of the Everyday Husband" - Tony, Bill, Loretta and other cast Concert Spot: Drinking Songs
S01E11 Ruth Buzzi, Danny Thomas 15/01/1975 Opening Song: "Personality" Sketch: Angelo's Butcher Shop - Starring: Tony, Ruth and Danny Song: "I'm A Woman, W-O-M-A-N" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Song: "Everything Is Beautiful" - Performed by: Tony and Danny Tony's Fantasy: The Kung Fu Fighter - Song: "Kung Fu Fighting" - Tony and Dawn Song: "Until It's Time For You To Go"- Performed by: Tony Musical Sketch: "You Gotta Give The People Hope" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: "Personality/Kung Fu Fighting"
S01E12 Roy Clark, Ruth Buzzi 22/01/1975 Opening Song: "Hello!" Song: "Heart To Heart" - Performed by: Roy Clark Musical Sketch: "Thank God I'm A Country Boy" - Tony and Roy Skit: "Cinderella's Dream" - Starring: Tony and Ruth Song: "Try To Remember" - Performed by: Tony Sketch: Computer Carpool - Starring: Tony, Ruth, Alice Dunn and Ronny Shore Sketch: "El Dorado" - Starring: Tony, Ruth, Roy and other cast Concert Spot: "Let The Good Times Roll/The Name Game"
S01E13 Kate Smith, Ted Knight 29/01/1975 Opening Song: "Life Goes On" Tony and Ted discuss a solo by Ted Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Party Across the Alley" - Telma and Joyce Song: "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing" - Performed by: Kate Smith Song: "Knock Three Times" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn (and Ted :-)) Song: "What Would You Say?" - Performed by: Tony Musical Sketch: "Money Makes the World Go 'Round" - Starring: The Entire Cast Closing Song: "Look In My Eyes Pretty Woman" Concert Spot: "Life Goes On" and The Limbo
S01E14 Anne Meara, Art Carney 05/02/1975 Opening Song: "Look What They've Done To My Song" Tony and Art discuss putting Tony's cat in the movies Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Hot TV" - Telma and Joyce Song and Dance: Oldies, But Goodies - "Whispering Why/Don't Bring LuLu/Around A Quarter to Nine" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Art Carney Sketch: "A Happy Housewife" - Tony and Anne Tony's Fantasy: "The Great Orlando's - Cornball Mind-Reading Routine" - Song: "If You Could Read My Mind" - Tony and Dawn Musical Sketch: "Casablanca" - Starring: The Entire Cast Closing Song and Concert Spot: "Country Roads"
S01E15 Andy Griffith, Georgia Engel 12/02/1975 Opening Song: "On The Bayou" Story told by Andy Griffith Song: "Abraham, Martin and John" - Performed by: Tony, Telma and Joyce Tony's Fantasy: Superfly - Song: "You Got Me Doin' What You Want Me, Baby What You Want Me To Do" - Tony and Dawn Musical Sketch: Making A Hit Record - Starring: Tony, Telma, Joyce, Andy and cast Tony, Telma and Joyce try to explain their name to Georgia Engel Sketch: "El Dorado" - Performed by: The Entire Cast Closing Song: "I Love...."- Performed by: Tony and Dawn Concert Spot: "Heart Of My Heart"
S01E16 Dom Deluise, Tammy Wynette 26/02/1975 Opening Song: "Proud Mary" ( Rollin' On The River) Sketch: Tony's Bad Dream - "The Bad Haircut" - Tony, Telma, Joyce, Dom and cast Song: "You Got Close" - Performed by: Tammy Wynette Tony's Fantasy: "The Orango Tango" - Song: "Song of 1,000 Dances" - Tony and Dawn Song: "Fallin' From Fatigue Dianne" - Performed by: Tony and Chimp Sketch: Commercials You Will Never See On TV - Starring: The Entire Cast Closing Song: "Smile, Smile, Smile" - Tony and Dawn - Valentine Poem
S01E17 Charo, Tony Randall 05/03/1975 Opening Song: "Another Saturday Night" Sketch: Loosening up Tony Randall - Tony and Tony Song: "Eres Tu" - Performed by: Charo Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "A Raise" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and Alice Dunn Song: "Oh Susanna" - Performed by: Tony and Charo Song: "40's Medley" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Tony Randall Sketch: A Tribute To The Fight Movies - Starring: The Entire Cast Closing Song: "He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)" - Tony and Dawn Concert Spot: "......Good Night"
S01E18 Hermaine Badley, Fred MacMurray 12/03/1975 Opening Song: "We Shall Sing" Tony tries to get Fred to do the show Song: "Doin' The Lamberth Walk" - Performed by: Tony and Hermaine Tony's Fantasy: The Great Orlando - Song: "Old Black Magic" - Tony and Dawn Song: "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn Musical Sketch: "A Salute To Captains" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: "All You Need Is Love/Goin' To The Chapel
S01E19 Buddy Ebsen, Kate Smith 19/03/1975 Opening Song: "For Once In My Life" Song and Dance: "Play Me A Piece Of The Past" - Performed by: Buddy Ebsen Song: "As Long As He Needs Me" - Performed by: Kate Smith Song: "That Is Rock-N-Roll" - Performed by: Tony and Kate Smith Dance: Greek Dance - Performed by: Tony and Greek dancers Song: "He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn Sketch: Sister Lilac Rose and Her Earth People - Carrying On/Addicted To Cigarettes/Dr. Cactus - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: "Roll Out The Barrel"
S01E20 John Amos, Mel Tillis, Nancy Walker 26/03/1975 Opening Song: Medley - "Just An Old-Fashioned Love Song"/"Four Leaf Clover"/"Baby Face" Sketch: "Computer Carpool" - Starring: Tony, Nancy, John and Mel Tony's Fantasy: "The Swiss Mountaineer" Song: "The Mountaineering National Anthem" - Tony and Dawn Song: "I Wanna Go Home" - Performed by: Tony and Mel Musical Sketch: "The Telegram of Heartbreak" - Starring: Tony and Nancy Sketch: "1975 Fashion Fatale Awards" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: Medley - "Four Leaf Clover/Easter Bonnet"
S01E21 Ruth Buzzi, Jack Albertson 02/04/1975 Opening Song: "Help!" Sketch: "The Paranoid Doctor" - Starring: Tony and Jack Albertson Tony's Fantasy: A 20's Spot - Song: "Winchester Cathedral" - Tony and Dawn Song: "Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song" - Performed by: Tony, Ruth and Jack Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Nurse Flint's Birthday" - Telma, Joyce and Alice Dunn Sketch: "Tara Revisited" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: "My Sweet Lord/This Old Man" - Tony's Birthday Celebration
S01E22 Ted Knight, Georgia Engel, Hank Aaron 09/04/1975 Opening Song: "Once In A Lifetime" Ted explains to Georgia, what to expect from Tony Sketch: "Uncle Ted" - Tony, Ted and Hank Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - " Mate-o-Matic Dates" - Telma, Joyce and other cast Tony's Fantasy: Robin Hood - Song: "Me and My Arrow" - Tony and Dawn Musical Sketch: "Baseball -1975" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: Tony Orlando and Dawn's - "Medley of Hits"
S01E23 Frankie Avalon, Lisa Todd, Artie Johnson 16/04/1975 Opening Song: "Bye Bye Love" Tony and Frankie discuss the good old days - Song: Two Of A Kind" Tony's Fantasy: Frank Sinatra - Song: "I Get A Kick Out Of You" - Tony and Dawn Song: "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Tony introduces Artie Johnson to Lisa Todd Sketch: "Television - 50 Years From Today" - Starring: The Entire Cast Closing Song and Concert Spot: "High Hopes"
S02E01 Lucy Arnaz, Reverend Ike, Art Carney 10/09/1975 Opening Song: "Alexander's Ragtime Band/Lullaby Of Broadway" Song: "Ain't She Sweet" Piano: Art Carney - Vocals: Tony and Art Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Paying Bills" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and Reverend Ike Song: "Nothin' Stronger Than Our Love" - Performed by: Tony and Lucy Arnaz Song: "You're All I Need To Get By" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn Tony's Fantasy: "A Salute To the Universe" - Song: "Aquarius" - Tony and Dawn Closing Song: "My Life Is An Example" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn Concert Spot: "Amen" - Performed by: Tony, Telma, Joyce and Reverend Ike
S02E02 Anne Meara, Hal Linden 24/09/1975 Opening Song: "Sittin' Here Lovin' You" Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Attack" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and cast Sketch: "The Separation of the White of an Egg From the Yolk" - Tony and Anne Song: "Let It Be Me" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Tony's Fantasy: "Ramar of the Jungle" African song and dance/The Lion Sleeps Tonight Tony and Dawn Song: "There Is A Rose In Spanish Harlem" - Performed by: Tony Sketch: "The Orient Express" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"
S02E03 Demond Wilson, Kate Smith 01/10/1975 Opening Song: "Spinning Wheel" Song: "Friends Medley" - Performed by: Tony and Kate Smith Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Ginger-Ale Johnson" - Telma, Joyce and Demond The Domino Wizard - Bob Spector Song and Dance: Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers(s) Medley - "Steppin' Out With My Baby/Dancin' Cheek To Cheek/Puttin' On The Ritz/The Continental/Steppin' Out" - Performed by Telma, Joyce and Demond Tony's Fantasy: Elvis Presley - Song: "Don't Be Cruel" - Tony and Dawn Musical Sketch: "Today's Weddings" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: "Sing/George Washington Bridge"
S02E04 Nancy Walker, Tony Randall 08/10/1975 Opening Song: "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" Tony Randall tries his hand at the concert spot - Song: "Reach Out And Touch" Song: "Climb Every Mountain/Ain't No Mountain High Enough" - Telma and Joyce Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Al Fonz" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and cast Song: "I'll Try To Say I Love You In A Song" - Performed by: Tony Tony's Fantasy: The Maharishi Yogi Orlando - Song: "Listen To What The Man Says" - Tony and Dawn Song: "Solitaire" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Song: "Gunsmoke Was Our Favorite Show" - Tony, Nancy Walker and Tony Randall Concert Spot: N/A
S02E05 Loretta Swit, Ted Mack, Shelley Berman 15/10/1975 Opening Song: "Oh, Lonesome Me" Sketch: "Talking Baby Mobile" - Song: "Top Of The World" - Tony, Loretta and Shelley Song: "There's A Hole In The Bucket" - Performed by: Tony and Loretta Comedy Routine: Shelley Berman Tony's Fantasy: The Matador - Song: "Lady Of Spain" - Tony and Dawn Tony and Ted Mack discuss "The Original Amateur Hour" Sketch: "Ted Mack's Amateur Hour Auditions" - Starring: The Entire Cast Closing Song: "Wake Up Little Susie" Concert Spot: "All You Need Is Love/Goin' To The Chapel" - Mrs. Miller's visit
S02E06 Isabelle Sanford, Dom Deluise 22/10/1975 Opening Song: "How Can I Forget You" Sketch: "I Waltoni" - Starring: Tony, Dom Deluise and Alice Dunn Song: "Solitaire" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Song: "Everybody's Talkin' At Me" - Performed by: Tony Song: "I Don't Know Why I Love You, But I Do" - Performed by: Tony and Isabelle Sketch: "A Tribute To Doctors" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: "Why Can't We Be Friends?"
S02E07 Barbara Eden, Mel Tillis, Alice Dunn 29/10/1975 Opening Song: "Rampart Street Parade" Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "The Mouse" - Starring: Telma, Joyce and other cast Song: "Amor, My Love" - Performed by: Tony Tony's Fantasy: "Zorro!" - Starring: Tony, Telma and Joyce Song: "When The Party's Over" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Barbara Eden Tony and Mel Tillis discuss Mel's stuttering Song: "The Woman In The Back Of My Mind" - Performed by: Mel Tillis Sketch: Imitating Television Shows - Starring: The Entire Cast Closing Song: "Do You Believe In Magic/Bibbedy Bobbedy Boo"- Telma's Birthday Celebration
S02E08 Phyllis Diller, Neil Sedaka, Jim Nabors 05/11/1975 Opening Song: "What The World Needs Now" Song: "Hank Williams Medley" - Performed by: Tony and Jim Nabors Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Police Informants" - Telma, Joyce and other cast Song: "Bad Blood" - Performed by: Neil Sedaka Comedy Routine: Phyllis Diller Musical Sketch: "A Salute To Great Ships of Film History" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: Imitating Humphrey Bogart - Song: "Dinah Won't You Blow Your Horn"
S02E09 Totie Fields, Don Knotts 12/11/1975 Opening Song: "Bill Bailey" Sketch: "A New Act - Totie and Dawn" - Song: "Give 'em The Ole Razzle Dazzle" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Totie Don Knotts shows Tony his magic tricks - and they get handcuffed to each other Song: "Unchained Melody" - Performed by: Tony (and Don) Sketch: "Herbie's Cut-Rate Hospital" - Starring: Tony, Don and Totie Telma and Joyce show off over 1,000,000 in jewelry Song: "Our Day Will Come" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce (Not shown on Good Life) Sketch: "Musical Genius From The Slums" - Starring: The Entire Cast Concert Spot: "If I Had A Bell"
S02E10 Adrienne Barbeau, Freddie Prinze 19/11/1975 Opening Song: "I Got The Music In Me" - Performed by: Freddie and Dawn Comedy Routine: Freddie Prinze Tony's Fantasy: "Rudolph Valentino" - Song: "The Shiek Of Arubi" - Tony and Dawn Song: "That Ain't No Way To Treat A Lady" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Song: "If They Could See Us Now" - Performed by: Telma, Joyce and Adrienne Sketch: "The Road To Puerto Rico" - Tony, Freddie, Adrienne and Alice Dunn Closing Song: "Down By The Riverside"
S02E15 Buck Owens and The Buckaroos, The Hee Haw Gang 14/01/1976 Opening Song: "Gentle On My Mind" What Tony went through to get Buck on the show - Tony, Telma, Joyce, Buck and some of the Hee Haw Gang Sketch: "The Hee Haw Gang's Tour of Hollywood" - Chinese Theater/Hollywood and Vine/Freddies of Hollywood Song: "Big John Law" - Performed by: Buck Owens and The Buckaroos Song: "When Will I Be Loved" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Comedy Sketch: "The Strawberry Patch" - Tony, Telma, Joyce and The Hee Haw Gang Sketch: "Country Fashion Freak-Out" - Starring: The Entire Cast Closing Song: "Hold That Tiger" - Tony, Telma, Joyce and Buck Concert Spot: "You All Come/She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain" - Tony teaches Junior the "Orango Tango"
S02E19 Joey Bishop, Sid Ceasar, Milton Berle 18/02/1976 Opening Song: "Comedy Tonight" - (performed with guests) Tony asks Joey and Milton for advice - How to deal with hecklers Song: "Theme From Mahogany" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Sketch: "The Art Of Elegant Dining" - Tony, Sid and other cast Song: "Cupid" - Perfomed by: Tony and Dawn Sketch: A Japanese P.O.W. Camp - Sid Ceasar and Joey Bishop Sketch: "Streetcar Named Desire" - Sid Ceasar, Alice Dunn and Milton Berle Sketch: A scene from: "Treasure of Sierra Madre" - Tony, Sid, Milton and Joey
S02E21 Jerry Lewis, Anne Meara 03/03/1976 Opening Song: "That's Good News" Sketch: "Lewis and Orlando" - Starring: Tony and Jerry Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Moreen's Secret Lover" - Telma, Joyce and Kristoff St. John Song and Dance: "Flings Are Wonderful Things" - Alice Dunn and dancers Sketch: Commercials Directed By Famous Hollywood Directors - "Crunch" / "Head and Neck" / "Sleep It Off" - Tony, Telma, Joyce and Anne Tony introduces the show's conductor, Robert "Bob" Rozario Song: "I Write The Songs" - Performed by: Tony and Rozie
S03E01 George Carlin, Alice Cooper 21/09/1976 Opening Song: "Rainbow In Your Eyes" Sketch: "Latino Escort Service" - Tony and other cast member Song: "Theme From Mahogany" - Performed by: Joyce Sketch: "A Teenager" - Starring: Edie McClurg Song: "Up The Lazy River" - Performed by: Tony Sketch: "Newer, Tougher American Tourists" - Starring: Telma and other cast members "Time For George" - George Carlin Song: "Blue Finger Lou" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce Sketch: Lou Effy and Moreen - "Harold Moves In" - Telma, Joyce and Adam Wade Song: "You Make Me Feel Brand New" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn Sketch: "To Tell The Truth" - Tony, Telma, Joyce, Alice and other cast Song: "Give The Kid A Break" - Performed by: Alice Cooper Closing Song: "It's Alright"
S03E03 Freddie Prinze, England Dan and John Ford Coley 05/10/1976 Opening Song: "Someone's Knockin' At The Door" Sketch: "Gross Out Press" - Starring: Freddie Prinze Song: "When The Party's Over" - Performed by: Tony (Dawn) and Freddie Freddie discusses his pay with Tony Sketch: "A Teenager" - Starring: Edie McClurg Sketch: An Unbelievable Rock Concert - Starring: Tony and another cast member Song: "Sad Eyes" - Performed by: Telma and Joyce "Time For George" - Words - George Carlin Sketch: Pennance - Freddie Prinze and other cast member Song: "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight" - Performed by: England Dan and John Ford Coley Sketch: "Rainbow Wrap-Up" - "A Step Forward In Race Relations/Conserving Energy/An Encouraging Word For Compulsive Smokers" - Starring: Entire Cast Sketch: "A Mixed Marriage" - Starring: Telma and Freddie Sketch: "The Greatest Courtroom Trial In British History" Closing Song: "Nothin' From Nothin'" - Performed by: Tony and Dawn
S03E04 Bernadette Peters, Sly and the Family Stone, George Carlin 12/10/1976 Opening Song: "That's A Plenty For Me" Song: "Sittin' Here Lovin' You" - Performed by: Tony and Bernadette Sketch: "The Edge of Life Goodtime Variety Hour" - Tony, Bernadette and other cast Sketch: "A Sly Robbery" - Starring: Telma, Tony, Sly and other cast member Song: "Medley Of Hits" - Sly and the Family Stone" "Time For George" - The News - George Carlin Song and Dance: "Razzle Dazzle 'Em" - Performed by: Bernadette Peters Sketch: "Nanny Wrinkles" - Starring: Telma, Edie McClurg and other cast members Song: "What Would You Say?" - Performed by: Tony Sketch: "Making Bets" - Tony, Telma and Joyce Closing Song: "Splish/Splash" Concert Spot: "Let's Twist Again"

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