1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "Cry
Like a Baby" and banter about Sonny's start in the music business.
2. Sonny gets Burt to re-create one of the breathtaking
stunts he's so famous for.
3. Cher sings "Am I Blue?"
4. Burt appears with Sonny and regular Ted Zeigler as
Americans during the Revolutionary War in a comedy blackout about
"Yankee Doodle Dandy."
5. Raggedy Cher breaks the news to Raggedy Sonny that she's
knitting them a baby.
6. Sonny encourages Cher to help Burt get over his
nervousness about meeting her.
7. Sonny's recitation of a soliloquy from Hamlet causes
Shakespeare to turn over in his grave.
8. "The Vamps" -- The serpent (Burt) tries to tempt Eve
(Cher) to get Adam (Sonny) to take a bite of the forbidden apple in
the Garden Of Eden; Wild Bill Hickok (Burt) rides into town to
challenge pioneer crusader Calamity Jane (Cher) when he hears that
she's been claiming to be his equal; and, in a comic spoof of A
Streetcar Named Desire, Blanche Dubois (Cher) forces her affections
on Stanley (Burt).
9. Sonny and Cher perform a medley of "Bad Moon Rising" and
10. "Headlines In the Papers" -- Burt joins the show's
regulars in a montage of skits and quips based on current items in
the news, such as how hospitals are getting overcrowded, air
pollution, purse snatching in the park, and Hollywood tidbits.
11. Sonny and Cher close the show with "I Got You
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"I had thought item was full episodes of the Cher show. It is actually songs she sang from the shows. Some of the songs start late and the picture isn't all that great. For the price I feel it was a little expensive for copied material but as a Cher fan I feel it is priceless."