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Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Season 2 1968 - 1969

  • 1968-09-17T00:00:00Z on NBC
  • 60 mins
  • 22 hours, 31 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Comedy

Comedy duo Dan Rowan and Dick Martin host this fast-moving comedy series. Characters include Lily Tomlin's Ernestine the Operator, Arte Johnson's German soldier who finds everything "verrrrrry interesting" and Ruth Buzzi's feisty little old lady. Recurring sketches include Laugh-In Looks at the News and The Mod, Mod World.

26 episodes

2x01 Episode #15

  • Season Premiere

    1968-09-17T00:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches including Here comes the Judge, Fickle Finger of Fate, Salute to Higher Education, and John Wayne visits the Joke Wall. Featuring Richard Nixon, John Wayne, Hugh Hefner, Goldie Hawn and Zsa Zsa Gabor.

2x02 Episode #16

  • 1968-09-24T00:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Stranger than truth, Laugh-In Girls appear as fairies, Big Al gives ball scores, Salute to the telephone company, Laugh-In Girls school song, and Arte as Rosemenko introduces new talent. Featuring Goldie Hawn, Arlene Dahl, Jack Lemmon, and Zsa Zsa Gabor.

2x03 Episode #17

  • 1968-10-01T00:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Laugh-In Girls bring news from the jungle, News of the Past, Present, & Future from Vatican City, Salute to machines, Dick visits the lie detector, Disneyland's Robot Theater and Chats with John Wayne's son. Featuring Bob Hope, Abbe Lane, Goldie Hawn, and Greer Garson.

2x04 Episode #18

  • 1968-10-08T00:00:00Z — 51 mins

Sketches include Robert explains the birds and the bees, Fickle finger of Fate points to the senate judiciary committee, Kirk delivers the best Sock It To Me so far, Lena Horne and Liberace join the cocktail party, Dan explains the '68 election, and Tribute to the newspapers. Features Liberace, Alan Sues, and Kirk Douglas.

2x05 Episode #19

  • 1968-10-15T00:00:00Z — 53 mins

Sketches include Harem girls, Mitzi visits the cocktail party, Laugh-In salutes pollution, Dan & Dick experience life in a foxhole, and Bobby duets with his brother Rosemenko on Mack the Knife (in Russian). Features Colonel Sanders, Bobby Darin, and Mitzi Gaynor, Rosemary Clooney*, Kirk Douglas*, Sonny Tufts* * uncredited

2x06 Episode #20

  • 1968-10-22T00:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include John, Sammy, and Flip visit the cocktail party, Dan brings us Stranger than Truth, Gladys turns down Tyrone F. Hornie, Jo Anne, some pets, and the cast sing Why Won't You Come Home, and Don and Jo Anne have a Laugh-In lip lock. Featuring John Wayne, Sammy Davis Jr., Greer Garson, and Flip Wilson.

2x07 Episode #21

  • 1968-10-29T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Marcel Marceau speaks, Fickle Finger of Fate points at the electoral college, Goldie and the cast go trick-or-treating, and Flip celebrates Halloween. Featuring Marcel Marceau, Goldie Hawn, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and Flip Wilson.

2x08 Episode #22

  • 1968-11-12T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Dick Gregory goes on parole to join the cast, Rod presents Stranger than Truth, George and Jo Anne try to figure each other out, News of the past, present & future salutes Raquel Welch, Blue max film, and Rod introduces Arte and Ruth in Robot Theater. Featuring Rock Hudson, Rod Sterling, and George Gobel.

2x09 Episode #23

  • 1968-11-19T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Rosemary visits the cocktail party, Phil Harris presents Sock it to Me, News of the past, present, & future, Victor as postmaster salutes the post office, Dan's discovery of the week, Blue max film, Rosemary joins Dan & Dick. Featuring Victor Borge, George Kirby, and Rosemary Clooney, The Banana Splits.

2x10 Episode #24

  • 1968-11-26T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Tiny Tim the musketeer, Big Al's sports news, Tyrone F. Hornie visits Gladys, Phyllis introduces the news, Tiny Tim and cast sing of stout-hearted men, and Phyllis, Rod, and Tiny Tim "explore" beautiful downtown Burbank. Featuring Phyllis Diller, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Billy Barnes, and Tiny Tim.

2x11 Episode #25

  • 1968-12-03T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Dr. Billy Graham blesses the cast, Freud's campus report, Liberace as a drum major, Fickle finger of fate points at sewing machines, Salute to dancing class, and Goldie and Liberace present Stranger than truth. Featuring Liberace, Tony Curtis, and Peter Lawford.

2x12 Episode #26

  • 1968-12-17T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

This was the Christmas episode, so all the sketches had that theme. This included Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. reading ""A Political Christmas Carol"", the cast as elves singing about making lethal toys for Christmas, and several bits with four wise men instead of three. Also, Judy Carne did her Talking Judy Doll character and Mod Mod World was also Christmas-themed. Barbara Bain, Billy Barty, Jack Benny, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Rock Hudson, Martin Landau, Guy Lombardo, Otto Preminger.

2x13 Episode #27

  • 1968-12-31T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Alan & Kate's casanova runners, Dan & Dick look back at the '68 election, Kate presents Stranger than Truth, If they married jokes, The fat lady sings, Dan & Dick introduce battle of the sexes, and Laugh-In gets an Emmy. Featuring Bob Newhart, Kate Smith, and Richard Little., Bill Dana*, Nanette Fabray*, Lena Horne*, George Jessel* * uncredited

2x14 Episode #28

  • 1969-01-07T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Hula girl news, Coach Peter Falk, Peter in 'Poor Rich People', Fickle finger of fate goes to the drug industry of America, Peter as the lone ranger, Valet bits with Goldie, and Maude's world of doctors. Featuring Peter Falk, Marcel Marceau, Jack Benny, and Henny Youngman.

2x15 Episode #29

  • 1969-01-14T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Spaceman arrival, Witches brew, Johnny fills in for Dick, Peter interviews Judy the axe murderer, School of memory improvement, Religious summit, Visit to Tall Pine National Park, Fickle finger of fate goes to candy importers, and Paul ventriloquizes. Featuring Johnny Carson, Paul Winchell, and Billy Barnes., Perry Como*, David Janssen*, Van Johnson* * uncredited

2x16 Episode #30

  • 1969-01-21T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include News of the past, present, & future, Dan and Dick introduce President Richard Nixon, Hindu news, Sock it to Me with Goldie, Fickle finger of fate points at the Bureau of Land Management, Here comes the judge, and Salute to police. Features Nancy Sinatra, Sherry Lansing, Smothers Brothers, and Guy Lombardo.

2x17 Episode #31

  • 1969-01-28T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Maude's world of unions, Classical news, Fickle finger of fate goes to the managers of the MLB, Cooking with dehydrated food, Dan's discovery of the week, and Laugh-In salutes labor. Featuring Jack Benny, Tony Curtis, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and Billy Barnes.

2x18 Episode #32

  • 1969-02-04T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Don on the joke wall, Tyrone F. Hornie and Gladys Orphby on the park bench, Laugh-In girls and Don present the circus news, High school principal, Big Al's sports segment, Cocktail party, Stranger than truth, Bird calls, and Maude's world of the United Nations. Features Don Rickles, Liberace, and Carol Worthington, George Jessel

2x19 Episode #33

  • 1969-02-11T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Fats off fake commercial, Cocktail party, Broadway news, Davy Jones of the Monkees presents Stranger than Truth, Fickle Finger of Fate goes to Youngstown, OH school district, Davy on the Joke Wall, Red Dog Webber and the boom bass, and Prison blackouts. Featuring Davy Jones of the Monkees, Robert Wagner, and Greer Garson.

2x20 Episode #34

  • 1969-02-18T01:00:00Z — 51 mins

Sketches include Tiny Tim at the cocktail party, Lifeboat runners, Tiny Tim in Valentine's news, Aging stripper, Fickle finger of fate goes to the NYPD, Guy wishes everyone a happy new year, Dan & Dick prisoner runner, and Remembering the Andrews sisters. Featuring Tiny Tim, Jack Benny, and Guy Lombardo.

2x21 Episode #35

  • 1969-02-25T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Vaudeville opening, Fickle finger of fate goes to Dallas, TX, News of the past, present, and future, Mistake of the week, Cocktail party, and Maude's world of the FBI. Featuring Rock Hudson, Lena Horne, Peter Lawford, Bob Newhart, Hugh Hefner, Mel Brooks, and Peter Falk.

2x22 Episode #36

  • 1969-03-04T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Three monks runner, Bus stop malapropisms, We can't top this, Ann Miller news, Jewish wrestling, Letters to Laugh-In, and the Fickle finger of fate goes to the Wichita Rifle Company for making guns for children. Featuring Robert Wagner, James Garner, and Tony Curtis, Ann Miller*, Smothers Brothers*, Forrest Tucker*, Shelley Winters* * uncredited

2x23 Episode #37

  • 1969-03-11T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Vaudeville opening, Quickies, Nudist Camp Sunny Sunshine, The effect of war on lovemaking, Racist cops runner, News of the past, present, & future, Psychedelic news, Arte and Judy's robot theater, Cocktail party, and the Fickle Finger of Fate goes to General Telephone Company of Southern California. Featuring Flip Wilson, James Drury, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Doug McClure.

2x24 Episode #38

  • 1969-03-18T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Here comes the judge runners, Sammy as the Lone Ranger, Tribute to income tax, Don Rickles visits Gladys and Tyrone on the park bench, Family jewels tag, Geisha news song, Cocktail party, Sammy's body makeover, and the Fickle Finger of Fake goes to PR specialists. Featuring Sammy Davis, Jr. and Ann Miller.

2x25 Episode #39

  • 1969-03-25T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Cocktail party, Quickies, Fickle Finger of Fate goes to the Defense Department's telephone director, Blackface minstrel news, Judy and Arte's robot theater, Subway quickies, Shakespeare runner with Tony, Beatnik history lesson, and Tony and Dick in a Marines recruiting center. Featuring Tony Curtis, Perry Como, and Flip Wilson.

2x26 Episode #40

  • 1969-04-01T01:00:00Z — 52 mins

Sketches include Vaudeville opening, Quickies, Arte lectures on electricity, Ethnic news song, News of the past, present, & future, Here comes the judge, Cocktail party, Robin hood runner, Arte sings an Ode to Walnettos, and Chelsea and Goldie's nun sketch. Featuring Billy Graham, Tiny Tim, Weire Bros., Colonel Klink, Tiny Tim, and George Gobel.