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.
Dan & Dick welcomes Art Carney for the show's fourth season starter as Art plays a lobster type crimefighter, a mortian, and the cast takes a look at what's been going on during the summer.
This episode varied in topics. It was obvious that Don Rickles struggled to make the jokes funny, but they never came out just right. When dan and dick went to the ""party"", the whole scene changed. The original music wasn't playing, and the jokes were very dry. There was no political humor....just a bunch of fouled up jokes. I can't say much for this episode except that it wouldn't hurt to miss it.
Carol Channing, Tim Conway, Goldie Hawn, Jilly Rizzo
Ken Berry, Tim Conway, Jilly Rizzo
Tim Conway, Jilly Rizzo
David Frost, Don Ho, Zero Mostel
Vincent Price, Rod Serling, Orson Welles
Carol Channing, Jilly Rizzo
Carl Reiner plays a broadcaster as the Mod,Mod world scans the history of the history of the news media-past,present and present imperfect.Reiner is also Shakespeare reporting a spy mission in incomprehensible verse to the Olde English officers Dan Rowan & Dick Martin.
Bob Newhart plays an NBC prop man trying to find a partridge in a pair tree;Adam in the garden of Eden(Ruth Buzzi plays Eve);and the president,searching for relatives to visit on a global goodwill tour.
Desi Arnaz leaves his babbalu days behind and plays a airplane hijacker(no relations to 9/11 attacks), a car salesman , and a hungry bum.
Ernestine the telephone operator (Lily Tomlin) finally gets to meet ""Mister Veedel"" after all those phone calls.
Phil Silvers plays a psychiatrist who shares the couch with Dan & Dick, a talent agent conning a star struck kid; a titleholder in a unusual sport, and teachs Dennis Allen about prat fall comedy with a board and acturally Dennis get hit by the board phil is holding on to it.
Bing Crosby, Phyllis Diller, Rich Little, Debbie Reynolds, Jilly Rizzo
A salute to 1970. William F. Buckley, Jr., Johnny Carson, Carol Channing, Phyllis Diller, Rich Little, Zero Mostel.
Wilt Chamberlain, Sammy Davis, Jr.
The mod,mod world says so long to cigarette comercials (now banned from U.S. TV). Johnny Carson, Phyllis Diller, Peter Lawford, Ricardo Montalban, Dinah Shore, Gore Vidal, Sam Yorty.
Joey Bishop, Jilly Rizzo, David Steinberg
Jack Cassidy, Wilt Chamberlain, Teresa Graves, Andy Griffith
Bill Cosby, Teresa Graves, Claudine Longet, Marcello Mastroianni, Louis Nye
Dinah Shore plays a stripper in a mod salute to the working girl, and Mrs. Robinson Crusoe welcoming her long-lost husband. Herschel Bernardi, Truman Capote, Peter Lawford.
General Bull Right(Dan Rowan)once again lashes at ""commie pinko wierdos"";Ruth Buzzi introduces the news a la Mae West;Ernestine thinks that the phone company's Mr. Stifflanger is in love with her.
Peter Lawford plays a presidetial press secretary facing the media after a very uneventful day and joins the Laugh-In crew in a salute to George Washington.
Richard Crenna, Fernando Lamas, Marcello Mastroianni, Deborah Shelton
Dan Rowan directs a love scene between an actress and a actor who haven't seen each other in 40 years;Big Al(Alan Sues)interviews the world's shortest basketball center;and Laugh-In takes a satire look at the FBI.
Adm. Far Right denounces the relatively leftist politics of his brother Gen. Bull Right; a Laugh-In look at the world's weird people, and Washington D.C. wins another flying fickle finger of fate award. Herschel Bernardi, Chuck Connors, Tim Conway, Phyllis Diller, Fernando Lamas, Louis Nye, George Raft.