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The Carol Burnett ShowComedian and stage actress Carol Burnett, who first gained popularity during her stint on "The Gary Moore Show," hosted this one-hour variety series. Her talented supporting players included Harvey Korman, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence (who got the job based on her resemblance to Burnett) and Lyle Waggoner. Skits often featured guest stars, such as Mama Cass of the Mamas and the Papas or singer Steve Lawrence. One sketch, "The Family" (which featured Lawrence as the persnickety Mama and Burnett as her hotheaded daughter) was later spun-off into it's own sitcom.
S3, EP23Guests include Ronnie Schell and Nancy Wilson.
S1, EP27 "Peter Lawford, Minnie Pearl"The Rat Pack meets The Burnett Bunch when Peter Lawford guests; sketches include Lawford wooing his mail order bride, Carol, on an Amazonian plantation; Minnie Pearl delivers her down-home country style of comedy.
S1, EP28 "TIm Conway, Shani Wallis"For a guest like Tim Conway, Carol's door is always open; Tim's engagement ring for Carol, made from the cursed Hope Diamond, causes no end of bad luck; a musical performance by Shani Wallis.
S3, EP1Guests include Jim Nabors.
S3, EP2Guests include Nancy Wilson and Bernadette Peters.
S3, EP3 "Steve Lawrence, Rock Hudson, Edward Villella"Guests include Steve Lawrence and Edward Villella.
S3, EP6Guests include Gwen Verdon and Pat Boone.
S3, EP8Guests include Andy Griffith and Merv Griffin.
S3, EP9Guests include Lucille Ball and George Carlin.
S3, EP10Guests include Martha Raye and Tim Conway.
S1, EP29 "Barbara McNair, Sid Caesar"Sid Caesar and Barbara McNair are Carol's guests tonight; McNair and Carol spoof a classic TV series; V.I.P. features a talk with silent film stars played by Carol and Sid.
S2, EP12 "Eileen Farrell, Marilyn Horne"A pair of grand opera voices, in the form of Eileen Farrell and Marilyn Horne, join Carol tonight in an episode that features Harvey leading a Fireside Chat with the First Family.
S2, EP20 "Ethel Merman and Tim Conway"Guest Tim Conway plays a dentist; understudy Carol looks to steal the show from a Broadway star; Ethel Merman also guest stars.
S2, EP22 "Martha Raye and Mike Douglas"Guests include Martha Raye and Mike Douglas.
S2, EP24 "Ronnie Schell, Vicki Carr"Guests Ronnie Schell and Vicki Carr take to the stage with stand-up and song; meanwhile, a touring star, Harvey, treads the boards in a play with a small town co-star in search of a bigger role.
S2, EP26 "Yolanda Merido and Sergio Bustamante"Guests include Yolanda Merido and Sergio Bustamante.
S2, EP27Guests include Edie Adams and Jimmie Rodgers.
S11, EP24 "A Special Evening With Carol Burnett"Highlights of series finale include: clips from prior shows; a Q&A session with the cast; Mr. Tudball is moving his office but doesn't tell Mrs. Wiggins; Eunice and Mama see a psychiatrist; the Charwoman closes up shop for the last time.
S11, EP23 "Steve Lawrence and Bernadette Peters"Guests: Steve Lawrence and Bernadette Peters.
S11, EP22 "James Garner, George Carlin, and Ken Berry"Guests: James Garner, George Carlin and Ken Berry.
S11, EP21 "Steve Martin and Betty White"Steve Martin and Betty White catch a wave in the movie spoof Beach Blanket Boo-Boo; Carol plays a bag lady who causes trouble for an unassuming Tim.
S11, EP20 "Steve Lawrence"Tonight's guest is Mr. Steve Lawrence; Steve joins Carol in a sketch about a travelling couple sharing some honesty with each other on a plane they think is about to crash.
S11, EP17 "Steve Lawrence and The Captain and Tennille"Guests: Steve Lawrence and the Captain & Tennille.
S11, EP15 "Roddy McDowell and Ken Berry"Eunice's brother Phillip stays with "The Family" while in town; a silent sketch involving a championship pool game from 1908; a spoof of 1930s Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers musicals; guests Roddy McDowall and Ken Berry.
S11, EP14A World War II spy caper; a robber has trouble communicating his demands to a Romanian-speaking storekeeper; guest Steve Lawrence.
S11, EP13 "Ken Berry"A water department inspector ends up turning a married couple against each other; Mr. Tudball and Mrs. Wiggins enjoy a champagne-laden Christmas Eve; guests Helen Reddy and Ken Berry.
S11, EP12 "Rock Hudson"Eunice and Mickey try to coax Mama out of her house and into a retirement home in "The Family"; a smooth operator attempts to pick up a sexpot in a bar; guest Rock Hudson.
S11, EP11 "Bernadette Peters"Mr. Tudball nudges Mrs. Wiggins to clean up her desk before a prospective client arrives; an office girl introduces her two best friends to one another during a lunch; a series of skits about doctors advertising on TV; guest Bernadette Peters.
S11, EP9 "Ben Vereen"Mrs. Wiggins attends a convention in Hawaii with Mr. Tudball; a salute to the year in television commercials; guest Ben Vereen.
S11, EP8 "Family Show"Invisible dogs run wild in an obedience class while Carol, an insurance agent, pesters doctor Tim as he's on the job.
S11, EP4Mama drops in on a newly divorced Eunice in "The Family"; Mr. Tudball offers to pay for the funeral of Mrs. Wiggins' deceased canary and then regrets it; guest Nancy Dussault.
S11, EP3 "Family Show"This Family Show features Dick as an airport traveller getting a long, awkward farewell from his family, and Tim as a steelworker seeking to do in his wife, Carol.
S11, EP2 "Steve Lawrence, Dave Powers"Beer-swilling private eye Danny Draft has trouble believing a woman's claim that someone is out to murder her; star holdouts on TV series; a spoof of the 1936 film "San Francisco"; guest Steve Lawrence.
S10, EP23Mr. Tudball has a hard time coordinating a fire-safety plan with Mrs. Wiggins; a soldier stranded in a desert with a commanding officer; a parody of 1930s Mickey Rooney/Judy Garland musicals; guest Ken Berry.
S10, EP22 "Neil Sedaka"Another sketch of kitchen commercials; the world's oldest baggage handler; a businessman summoned to an IRS meeting brags about how he outsmarted the government; guest Neil Sedaka.
S10, EP21Actors Funt & Mundane score a hit, leading to a performance at the supersized Astro Bowl; guest Hal Linden.
S10, EP19 "Eydie Gorme"Eunice gets her big break as a contestant on "The Gong Show"; an interview with the wife of a kidnap victim turns more dramatic with each take.
S10, EP18Mr. Tudball is in hot water with his wife, and Mrs. Wiggins isn't much help.
S10, EP16 "Family Show"Tim and Carol spar over a late-night phone call; Tim tries to sell Vicki a vacuum cleaner; Carol and company demonstrate their utter lack of talent.
S10, EP15 "Glen Campbell"Guest Glen Campbell appears in a sketch spoofing the poster of Barbara Streisand's "A Star Is Born"; Tim is a guinea pig for a cure to the swine flu.
S10, EP13 "Dick Van Dyke"A "tough" police detective interrogates a pair of suspects; a penniless uncle vies with a wealthy uncle to adopt their rotten niece, Honey Bunny; guest Dick Van Dyke.
S10, EP11 "Alan King"A psychiatrist is bombarded by phone calls from his family; a salute to Warner Bros. with movie spoofs; the Old Man works as a repairman of musical instruments; guest Alan King.
S10, EP10Guest: the Pointer Sisters.
S10, EP8 "Dinah Shore"A spoof of "Gone With the Wind"; two business professionals discuss his marriage proposal like a business meeting: the Old Man runs a butcher shop where he wreaks havoc with an impatient customer; guest Dinah Shore.
S10, EP6 "Roddy McDowell"Mr. Tudball gets into trouble with a door buzzer system and Mrs. Wiggins is no help; a filmmaker wreaks havoc in a hospital; a musical salute to silent movie comedians; guest Roddy McDowall.
S10, EP4 "Madeline Kahn"An installment of "The Family"; Mr. Tudball does battle with a coffee vending machine; guest Madeline Kahn.
S10, EP3 "Family Show"A spoof of "National Velvet" with Carol in the Elizabeth Taylor role; a salute to Las Vegas.
S10, EP1 "Jim Nabors"A spoof of "Mary Hartmann, Mary Hartmann"; a game of Monopoly with the family; Jim Nabors sings "Let Me Be There."
S9, EP23 "Jack Klugman"Jack Klugman is tonight's guest star; Jack plays a skeptical man annoyed by his sister-in-law's visiting date: a clairvoyant; Carol, Tim and Harvey get a little work done in a very tiny office.
S9, EP22 "Dick Van Dyke and Tony Randall"Guests: Dick Van Dyke and Tony Randall.
S9, EP21 "Joanne Woodward"Guest star Joanne Woodward spends an evening with The Family in this episode; Joanne plays a past schoolmate of Eunice's whose return to town for a visit upsets Mama and Ed's expectations of Eunice.
S9, EP19Guest: the Pointer Sisters.
S9, EP16 "Rita Moreno"Rita Moreno guest stars, appearing in a sketch as a nurse to the accident-prone Carol; Tim plays a hapless officer attempting to dishonorably discharge sergeant Harvey.
S9, EP15Guest: Steve Lawrence.
S9, EP14Guest: Jessica Walter.
S9, EP12The Pointer Sisters join Carol in a rockin' musical spoof of Cinderella in tonight's episode, which also features another round of commercial spoofs.
S9, EP11 "Betty White"Betty White hits the stage; Betty plays Eunice's sister as The Family celebrates Mama's birthday; elsewhere, vacationers Carol and Tim lose sleep over a bug in their hotel room.
S9, EP8Guest: Roddy McDowell.
S9, EP6 "Maggie Smith"Guest: Maggie Smith.
S9, EP3 "Cher"Tonight's guest star is Cher; sketches include Harvey and Tim as dueling pianists, spoofs of commercials, and a love triangle between Harvey, Cher, and Carol as the mousy other woman.
S9, EP2 "Sammy Davis Jr."Guest: Sammy Davis Jr.
S8, EP24 "Family Show"Highlights of the "family show" with Tim Conway.
S8, EP23 "Phil Silvers and Jean Stapleton"Guests: Jean Stapleton and Phil Silvers.
S8, EP22 "Steve Lawrence and Sally Struthers"Guests: Steve Lawrence and Sally Struthers.
S8, EP21 "Roddy McDowell"Roddy McDowell guest stars; highlights include Roddy joining The Family for a reunion where Mama and the rest are unimpressed by his success, and a "Brief Encounter" with briefer dialogue.
S8, EP20 "Buddy Ebsen and Wayne Rogers"Guests: Wayne Rogers and Buddy Ebsen.
S8, EP18 "Rock Hudson and Nancy Walker"Guests: Rock Hudson and Nancy Walker.
S8, EP17 "Tim Conway and The Pointer Sisters"Guests: Tim Conway; the Pointer Sisters.
S8, EP15 "Tim Conway"Guest: Tim Conway.
S8, EP14 "Vincent Price and Joan Rivers"Guests: Vincent Price and Joan Rivers.
S8, EP12 "Carl Reiner and Ken Berry"Guests: Carl Reiner and Ken Berry.
S8, EP11 "Steve Lawrence and Tim Conway"Guests: Steve Lawrence, Tim Conway and Steven Warner.
S8, EP10 "Tim Conway"Guests: Maggie Smith and Tim Conway.
S8, EP9 "John Byner and Helen Reddy"Guests: John Byner and Helen Reddy.
S8, EP8 "Kenneth Mars and John Byner"Guests: John Byner and Kenneth Mars.
S8, EP7 "Alan King and Lena Zavaroni"Guests: Alan King and Lena Zavaroni.
S8, EP6 "Rich Little and Eydie Gorme"Guests: Eydie Gorme and Rich Little.
S8, EP5 "Telly Savalas"Guests: Telly Savalas; the Smothers Brothers.
S8, EP4 "Jack Waston and Michele Lee"Guests: Jack Weston and Michele Lee.
S8, EP3 "James Coco"Guest: James Coco.
S8, EP1Guests include Ken Berry and Jim Nabors.
S7, EP21Guests: Eydie Gorme, Tim Conway.
S7, EP17Guest: Carl Reiner.
S7, EP14 "The Carol Burnett Show: Anthony Newley and Dick Martin"Guests: Anthony Newley and Dick Martin.
S7, EP13 "Ruth Buzzi and Richard Crenna"Guests: Ruth Buzzi and Richard Crenna.
S7, EP6Guests: Ken Berry, Jack Weston and Tim Conway.
S7, EP5 "The Carol Burnett Show: Paul Sand and Eydie Gorrme"Guests: Eydie Gorme, Paul Sand.
S7, EP3 "Gloria Swanson"Guest: Gloria Swanson.
S6, EP24 "Family Show"Skits include Barby and Ben dolls; "Rancid Harvest."
S6, EP23 "William Conrad"Guests: Peggy Lee and William Conrad.
S6, EP22 "The Carol Burnett Show: David Hartman and Paula Kelly"Guests: David Hartman and Paula Kelly.
S6, EP21 "Ken Berry, Eydie Gorme"Guests: Eydie Gorme and Ken Berry.
S6, EP20 "Valerie Harper and Tim Conway"Guests: Tim Conway and Valerie Harper.
S6, EP19 "John Byner, Petula Clark"John Byner and Petula Clark head downtown to the show; along with classic characters, The Old Folks and Alice Portnoy, TV commercial spoofs and the firing of Donald Duck are on tap tonight.
S6, EP17 "Kaye Ballard, Tim Conway"Kaye Ballard and Tim Conway are Carol's guests tonight for an evening of sketches, highlighted by the game show spoof The Dater's Game; Tim plays a service station attendant meeting a bank robber.
S6, EP16 "Ruth Buzzi and Jack Gilford"Guests: Ruth Buzzi and Jack Gilford.
S6, EP15 "Jack Cassidy, Tim Conway"Carol's special guests are Jack Cassidy and Tim Conway; Tim plays a 35 year old orphan looking to be adopted in a sketch, then joins Jack and Carol for tonight's Old Old Movie, The Story Of A Star.
S6, EP14 "Tim Conway and Steve Lawrence"Guests: Steve Lawrence and Tim Conway.
S6, EP13 "Bernadette Peters, Anthony Newley"Guests: Anthony Newley and Bernadette Peters.
S6, EP12 "Carl Reiner"Carl Reiner and Melba Moore guest star on this episode; the Non-Violent Theatre presentation of a WWII film: The Plot To Hurt Hitler.
S6, EP11 "Vincent Price"Guests: Ray Charles and Vincent Price.
S6, EP10 "Ruth Buzzi, John Davidson"Guests: Ruth Buzzi, John Davidson.
S6, EP9 "Lily Tomlin, Steve Lawrence"Guests: Steve Lawrence, Lily Tomlin.
S6, EP8 "Stiller and Meara"Guests: Peggy Lee, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara.
S6, EP6 "Joel Grey, Cass Elliot"Guests: Joel Grey and "Mama" Cass Elliott.
S6, EP5 "Jack Gilford"Guests: Eydie Gorme and Jack Gilford.
S6, EP4 "Steve Lawrence and Paul Sand"Steve Lawrence and Paul Sand are tonight's guests; Paul plays a shy man trying to gain confidence by listening to a self-help record; Steve joins Carol and Harvey in The Putrified Forest.
S6, EP2Guests are Carol Channing and Marty Feldman.
S6, EP1 "Jim Nabors"Carol's good luck charm Jim Nabors guest stars; this episode is highlighted by Harvey's belated Emmy Award acceptance speech, and a Nostalgia Theatre presentation of the WWII-set Hollywood Canteen.
S5, EP22 "Jack Klugman and Tony Randall"Guests: Jack Klugman and Tony Randall.
S5, EP17 "Tim Conway and Ray Charles"Guests: Tim Conway and Ray Charles.
S5, EP9 "The Carol Burnett Show: Mel Torme and Nanette Fabray"Guests: Nanette Fabray and Mel Torme.
S5, EP7 "Bing Crosby and Paul Lynde"Guests: Bing Crosby and Paul Lynde.
S5, EP6 "Tim Conway, Diahann Carroll"Guests: Tim Conway and Diahann Carroll.
S5, EP4 "Carol Channing and Steve Lawrence"Guests: Ken Berry and "Mama" Cass Elliott.
S5, EP1 "The Carol Burnett Show: Jim Nabors"Guests include Jim Nabors.
S4, EP26 "Paul Lynde, Nanette Fabray"Paul Lynde and Nanette Fabray guest on the season finale, featuring an installment of As The Stomach Turns, and a reflection on moments past from Carol's iconic Charwoman persona.
S4, EP25Guest stars Eileen Farrell, Marilyn Horne, and David Frost class up the joint as they join Carol and the gang for an operatic, Italian-style production of Cinderella.
S4, EP23 "Tim Conway, Pat Caroll"Tim Conway and Pat Carroll guest star; Tim contributes in sketches as the Lone Ranger and as a man who lives a dog's life; Pat joins in on the latest Carol & Sis installment.
S4, EP22 "Chita Rivera, Bob Newhart"Carol salutes MGM with the help of guest stars Chita Rivera and Bob Newhart; spoofs of classic movies abound, including Ninotchka, Blackboard Jungle, Gone With The Wind, and more.
S4, EP21 "Ken Berry, Totie Fields"Guest stars Ken Berry and Totie Fields drop by to take part in some of Carol's most popular recurring sketches.
S4, EP16 "The Carol Burnett Show: Pat Carroll and Art Carney"Guests include Art Carney and Pat Carroll.
S4, EP14 "The Carol Burnett Show: Steve Lawrence, Durward Kirby, and Julie Bond"Guests include Steve Lawrence, Julie Budd and Durward Kirby.
S4, EP10 "Martha Raye and Ross Martin"Guests include Martha Raye and Ross Martin.
S4, EP8 "Ricardo Montalbano and Cass Elliot"Guests include Ricardo Montalban and Cass Elliott.
S4, EP5 "Ken Berry, Nanette Fabray"Ken Berry and Nanette Fabray join in tonight's episode; Carol plays a dowdy secretary discouraging some glamorous temp applicants, and the movie spoof Flight 13 To Nowhere.
S4, EP3 "Nanette Fabray and Steve Lawrence"Guests include Nanette Fabray and Steve Lawrence.
S4 "Marilyn Horne, David Frost"David Frost plays a Rolls Royce dealer; Marilyn Horne with an operatic performance.
S4 "Jerry Lewis"Jerry Lewis guests as an awkward groom set up for a society marriage.
S4 "Don Rickles"Don Rickles is a cantankerous house painter; George and Zelda face a home invasion by a robber.
S4 "Debbie Reynolds, John Davidson"Debbie Reynolds plays a nurse in a spoof of a movie; John Davidson performs a banjo medley.
S4 "Michele Lee"Actress Michele Lee headlines a wintry production number; a visit with the 10th Street Family.
S4 "Mel Torme"Singer Mel Torme discovers superstar Vanessa Vanilla behind the counter of a drugstore.
S4 "Bob Newhart"Carol and Roger fight when his accountant brings over his wife; a woman badgers Harvey for a donation.
S3, EP28 "Family Show"Carol demonstrates her exercise routine; Lyle, Harvey, and Carol perform the first "Ham Actor" sketch.
S3, EP26 "Nanette Fabray and Michele Lee"Guests include Nanette Fabray and Michele Lee.
S3, EP22 "Nanette Fabray, Trini Lopez"Guests include Nanette Fabray and Trini Lopez.
S3, EP21 "Jane Connell, Tim Conway"Guests include Jane Connell.
S3, EP12 "The Carol Burnett Show: Nancy Wilson and Donald O'Connor"Guests include Donald O'Connor and Nancy Wilson.
S3, EP7 "Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Dan Rowan, Dick Martin"Guests include Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Dan Rowan and Dick Martin.
S3, EP5 "The Carol Burnett Show: Pat Boone and Gwen Verdon"Guests include Ken Berry and Kay Medford.
S3, EP4 "Scoey Mitchell and Bobbie Gentry"Featuring comedy sketches and guests Scoey Mitchell and Bobbie Gentry.
S3 "Ken Berry, Tim Conway"Tom Conway and Ken Berry pay a visit to Canoga Falls in the latest As The Stomach Turns.
S3 "Joan Rivers"The Old Folks and the 10th Avenue Family appear in sketches.
S3 "Andy Griffith and Merv Griffin Part 1"Guests include Andy Griffith and Merv Griffin.
S3 "The Carol Burnett Show: Lucille Ball and George Carlin (Part 2)"Guests include Lucille Ball and George Carlin.
S2, EP25 "Imogene Coca, Robert Goulet"Guests Robert Goulet and Imogene Coca take part in a fairy tale musical extravaganza about the story of long-haired maiden Cinderrumplewhite.
S2, EP23 "The Carol Burnett Show: Larry Hovis and Barrie Chase"Guests include Barrie Chase and Larry Hovis.
S2, EP21 "Ross Martin and John Davidson"Guests include Ross Martin and John Davidson.
S2, EP19 "Soupy Sales, Barbara McNair"Carol's guests are Barbara McNair and Soupy Sales; Soupy and Carol play a pair of shoppers browsing samples of sexy cologne; Barbara joins the gang in a big musical production number.
S2, EP18 "Ken Berry, Shirley Jones"Ken Berry and Shirley Jones drop in to join in the fun; Carol suffers under the lingering spell of a hypnotist; Shirley takes aim at Carol.
S2, EP17 "Chita Rivera and Vince Edwards"Guests include Vince Edwards and Chita Rivera.
S2, EP16 "Martha Raye and Mel Torme"Guests include Martha Raye and Mel Torme.
S2, EP14 "Tim Conway"Carol Burnett, an ensemble cast and guest stars entertain their audience; includes VIP Colonel Flanders, American Boys, The Painters, and The Night They Raided Rimsky's.
S2, EP13 "Nancy Wilson, Mickey Rooney"Nancy Wilson and Mickey Rooney guest star in this episode, which features a meeting between incoming and outgoing First Ladies, an awkward audition, and the movie spoof Kids Town.
S2, EP11 "Imogene Coca and Vic Damone"Guests include Imogene Coca and Vic Damone.
S2, EP10 "Michele Lee, Flip Wilson, Vivian Blondell"Guests include Michele Lee, Flip Wilson and Vivian Blondell.
S2, EP9 "Garry Moore, Durward Kirby"Carol's guests tonight are Garry Moore and Durward Kirby; sketches include Carol as a increasingly-less dignified princess rehearsing a toast, and a peek inside the United States Safety Committee.
S2, EP8 "Sid Caesar and Ella Fitzgerald"Guests include Sid Caesar and Ella Fitzgerald.
S2, EP7 "Nanette Fabray, Don Rickles"Guest Stars Mel Torme, Nanette Fabray, and Don Rickles pitch in to help tell The Tin Pan Alley Story; Mel and Carol are songwriting team Potts and Panz on their road to -- and from -- stardom.
S2, EP6 "Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert and Nancy Wilson"Carol brings on Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert, and Nancy Wilson; Albert drops in on Carol & Sis as Roger's new, health-nutty boss; all three appear on As The Stomach Turns.
S2, EP5 "Edie Adams, Tim Conway"Edie Adams and Tim Conway are Carol's guests this evening; a sketch in which Tim and Carol are conventioneers double booked in a hotel room.
S2, EP4 "George Gobel and Bobbie Gentry"Guest star George Gobel joins Carol in a V.I.P. interview of a duke and duchess living in squalor in New York; Bobbie Gentry takes us on a musical journey.
S2, EP3 "Nanette Fabray and Trini Lopez"Nanette Fabray and Trini Lopez guest star; sketches include Carol and Nanette as a pair of precocious, 5-year-olds and an episode of "As the Stomach Turns."
S2, EP2 "Martin Landau, Barbara Bain, Carol Channing."Guests include Martin Landau, Barbara Bain and Carol Channing.
S2, EP1 "Alice Ghostley, Jim Nabors"Guests include Jim Nabors.
S2 "Robert Goulet"Carol is caught between two handsome men; the aftermath of a raucous party; a maid entranced by a self-absorbed star.
S2 "Carol Channing"Carol Channing in a sketch about a gold digger out for an old man's money.
S2 "Bob Hope"A fireside chat with the first family; Carol interviews Hollywood hunk Hugh Handsome.
S2 "Ethel Merman, Tim Conway"Tim Conway plays a dentist; understudy Carol looks to steal the show from a Broadway star.
S2 "Martha Raye"Martha Raye drags Carol to The Tomcat Club, an establishment for ladies.
S1, EP30 "Family Show"Carol puts the rest of the cast on the spot for some Q&A, and features recurring sketches like "Carol & Sis" and "The Old Folks."
S1, EP10 "Martha Raye"Martha Raye joins Carol as a cabinmate on a cruise; V.I.P. interview with Lynda Bird, plus a demonstration of E.S.P.
Comedian and stage actress Carol Burnett, who first gained popularity during her stint on "The Gary Moore Show," hosted this one-hour variety series. Her talented supporting players included Harvey Korman, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence (who got the job based on her resemblance to Burnett) and Lyle Waggoner. Skits often featured guest stars, such as Mama Cass of the Mamas and the Papas or singer Steve Lawrence. One sketch, "The Family" (which featured Lawrence as the persnickety Mama and Burnett as her hotheaded daughter) was later spun-off into it's own sitcom.
Original Air Date: Sep 11, 1967
Genres: ComedyTV Series
Rating: TVG
Playback: HD
11 seasons available on demand (156 episodes)
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