Guest starring McLean Stevenson.
1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "You Are
the Sunshine Of My Life" and banter about a lecture Sonny attended
that taught him how to get power.
2. "A Woman Behind Every Man" -- Sonny plays Punch, who's
receiving the blows from Judy (Cher) and another puppet (McLean);
the great Hannibal (McLean) takes his wife (Cher) and their two
obnoxious brats (regulars Ted Zeigler and Billy Van) on a
three-year elephant ride across the Swiss Alps in search of an
Italian dinner; and Robert Fulton (Sonny) gets some ideas from his
wife (Cher) when he isn't sure what his invention of the steam
engine can be used for.
3. Sonny and Cher perform a medley of "Love Song" and "Hang
On In There, Baby" (Edited via TVLand)
4. "The Case Book Of Sam Spade" -- Elderly detective Sam
Spade (Sonny) recalls "the case of the jade wiener", which had been
stolen from the Frankfort Museum. (McLean appears as the mysterious
stranger who's tailing Spade throughout the skit and Cher plays
Shanghai Susie, the prime suspect who has a monkey on her
5. U.S. ambassador Henry Kissinger is satirized in a brief
skit about the signing of an important document.
6. Cher sings "How Long Has This Been Going On?"
7. "Gone With the Fat" -- McLean plays a roguish Fat Butler
in a musical takeoff based on Margaret Mitchell's passionate novel
about life during the Civil War -- with Cher appearing as an obese
Scarlett O'Hara, Sonny cast as one of her overweight suitors, and
regular Ted Zeigler playing her portly father.
8. Sonny and Cher close the show with "I Got You Babe"