The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In disc 1 On February 5, 1968: Goldie Hawn made her first appearance on Laugh-Inand Tiny Tim returned to "Tiptoe Through The Tulips" as Cher did a romantic duet with Tim Conway, followed by a salute to censorship with appearances by Flip Wilson who introduced the phrase "Hit the ball, Willie" which he says to Willie Mays. Other guests, Lorne Greene, Sheldon Leonard. March 25, 1968, this Emmy Award-winning episode has Sammy Davis Jr. introducing "Here come da' Judge!" then appearing with Arte Johnson as half of the Rosemenko Twins. The Swizzlers show up to conclude the celebration of Spring Break, which began in January and the Laugh-In girls introduce the news wearing only feathers. The highlight of the show is Joey Bishop and Sammy Davis Jr. discussing how the government spokespeople distort the news. Other guests, Harry Belafonte, John Wayne, Pamela Austin, and Elgin Baylor. disc 2 September 16, 1968: one of the most famous television shows of all time when a bewildered Richard Nixon, running for President, exclaimed "Sock it to me?" The show only got better after that when the Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate was flung at the United States Congress for delaying passage of a gun control law. Hugh Hefner arrived to put the Laugh-In girls in a centerfold and friends like Bob Hope, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and Jack Lemmon dropped in to celebrate the new season. Other guests, Barbara Feldon, and John Wayne. February 2, 1970: the Laugh-In cast welcomed Jack Benny and kept pushing Jack to keep the show moving. Ernestine tried vainly to get a call through to Millhouse Nixon
at the White House. The Laugh-In girls appeared as James Cagney doubles and the Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate Award went to the National Security Agency, of course. Other guests, Johnny Carson, Michael
Caine, and George Lindsey. disc 3: February 3, 1969: Don Rickles appeared in a tutu to join the Laugh-Ingirls as circus performers, while the romance between Tyrone F. Horneigh and Gladys continued to sizzle, pop and flop. The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate went to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for not being equal or presenting opportunities. George Jessel delivered a eulogy for somebody he actually knew and Liberace sat down to play but forgot the piano. Other guests, Cliff Robertson, Rich Little, Tom Kennedy. February 9, 1970: Carl Reiner is the special guest, with appearances by Greer Garson, Jim Backus and Andy Williams. Party topics include hippie communes and physical "enhancements." A Russian TV version of Laugh-In is performed; Lily Tomlin, as Ernestine, calls William F. Buckley about a past due phone bill, and Goldie Hawn explains the draft lottery. Other guests, Andy Griffith. DVDs 4 thru 6 contain bits from the Cocktail Party, News of the Past, Present and Future, the Fabulous Farkle family, and Joke Wall, as well as the "quickies," plus running jokes, sight gags, and cameo stars, featured in Episodes 16, 52, 54, 64, 65, and 87, which are some of everyone's favorite shows. disc 4 December 1, 1969 Guest Stars Engelbert Humperdinck,Jack Benny,Jill St. John,Johnny Carson (1) Peter Lawford, Zsa Zsa Gabor December 15, 1969 Guest Stars: Greer Garson, Lorne Greene Disc 5: March 2, 1970 Guest Stars Zsa Zsa Gabor, Danny Kaye March 9, 1970 Guest Stars: Andy Williams, Buddy Hackett, Jill St. John Milton Berle, Nancy Sinatra, Edgar Bergen, Mickey Rooney Disc 6: February 8 1971 Guest Stars: Dinah Shore, Peter Lawford, Ricardo Montalban Wilt Chamberlain, Chuck Connors, Herschel Bernardi, Truman Capote September 23, 1968 Guest Stars: Arlene Dahl,George Kirby, Jack Lemmon, John Wayne Sonny Tufts, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Eve Arden, Herb Alpert, Patrick Wayne Disc 7: 9/22/69 & 12/29/69 Guests include, Bob Hope, Diana Ross, Michael
Caine, Ed McMahon, George Gobel Guy Lombardo, Nancy Sinatra, Frank Sinatra, Jr. Disc 8: episodes, 11/17/69 & 11/23/70 Guests include, Diana Ross, Peter Sellers, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Sid Caesar, Desi Arnaz Disc 9: episodes, 9/29/69 & 1/4/71 Guests include, Flip Wilson, Sonny & Cher, Sammy Davis, Jr., Wilt Chamberlain Disc 10: episodes, 3/3/69 & 11/24/69 Guests include, Ann Miller,Dick Smothers, James Garner, Robert Wagner, Tom Smothers, Tony Curtis, Forrest Tucker, Shelley Winters, Debbie Reynolds, Michael
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