Cher: Show 25
First Aired: 11/23/1975
1. Cher opens the show with "When Will I Be Loved?" and a
monologue in which she tries to please her critics who feel she
should be more refined and dignified.
2. Cher and Tony present a medley of "Silver Dollar" and
"More Of Her On the Chair"
3. Cher plays a TV addict who uses the language of
commercials in her everyday speech.
4. David sings "Fame"
5. "Saturday Night" -- Cher gets a call that her date can't
make it after she has prepared her home-cooked dinner.
6. Cher sings "Song For You"
7. Comedian Steve Martin performs a magic trick with a
8. Tony appears as a stuffy bank officer having difficulty
communicating with a slang-talking Cher.
9. Cher and David perform "Can You Hear Me?"
10. Steve delivers one of his standup comedy routines.
11. Donna Jean Brodine (Cher) pitches the "Jack-omatic"
all-purpose kitchen gadget.
12. Cher and David perform a medley of their favorite lines
from various hit pop songs such as "Young Americans", "One", "Da
Doo Ron Ron", "Only You" and "Young Blood."
13. Cher closes the show, reprising "Young Blood."
Gailard Sartain (Regular)
David Bowie (Special Guest Star)
Tony Randall (Guest Star)
Steve Martin (Guest Star)
Cher: Show 16
First Aired: 9/14/1975
1. Cher opens the show with a medley of "Yesterday" and
"Crocodile Rock", followed by a monologue about having gone to the
doctor for her annual checkup.
2. "Life With Laverne" -- Ed plays a moving man helping
Laverne (Cher) get settled into her new apartment.
3. Redd attempts to mail a raw fish through the post office.
4. The Pointer Sisters perform one of their latest
5. Redd appears as a werewolf who wants to check into a
6. Redd and The Pointer Sisters are cast as a grieving black
family who accuse a funeral director (Ed) of placing the wrong
corpse in their father's coffin -- until they find out that the
deceased man had left behind a billion dollar empire.
7. Cher performs "Love Song"
8. Ed approaches a TV executive (Cher) with an idea for a new
television series, "Let's Make a Deal."
9. Redd appears as the Secretary of State in this blackout on
an insurance commercial.
10. Cher is joined by The Pointer Sisters for a musical
salute to Elton John. Among the songs featured are: "Saturday
Night's Alright For Fighting", "Bennie and the Jets", "Daniel",
"Rocket Man", "Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me" and "Take Me To the
11. Cher closes the show, reprising "Take Me To the Pilot"
with The Pointer Sisters.
Gailard Sartain (Regular)
Redd Foxx (Special Guest Star)
The Pointer Sisters (Guest Stars)
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