Songs: Sonny & Cher
open the show with "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You"
Sonny and Cher: "Two of Us / We Can
Work It Out"
Skit: 50's - Songs
Guest starring Gabriel Kaplan and Frankie
1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "How
Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)" and banter about how they haven't
had one argument since they've started working together again.
2. Laverne (Cher) and Frankie recall fond memories of life in
the '50s, when they tried to help Arnold (Gabriel) save his malt
shop by putting on a rock and roll show with Bonzie (Sonny) in a
takeoff on "Happy Days." Featured oldies in the closing medley
include: "Yesterday Once More" (Cher and Frankie), "Rock Around the
Clock" (everyone), "Jailhouse Rock" (regular Gailard Sartain),
"Little Darlin'" (Sonny, backed by the show's regulars), "Venus"
(Frankie), and "Rock and Roll Is Here To Stay" (all).
3. "The Prisoner" -- Rocko (Sonny) learns that his footloose
wife (Cher) has a roommate named Bernie who's promised to put her
in the movies.
4. Sonny and Cher perform a medley of "Two Of Us" and "We Can
Work It Out"
5. Gabriel speaks at a Jokeaholics Anonymous meeting,
reminiscing about the time he was home in his apartment and
couldn't stop telling jokes.
6. Cher sings "Say It Isn't So"
7. "Teams" -- Gabriel and Frankie appear as sports announcers
on "Monday Night Ballet", calling the highlights of the world
championship dance-off between Rudolf Nereyev (Sonny) and his
opponent, Margo Fontaine (Cher), as they perform "Swan Lake"; and
Bob Hope (Gabriel) and Bing Crosby (Frankie) are smitten by the
lovely Dorothy Lamour (Cher) in a spoof of the pair's road movies.
8. Sonny and Cher close the show with "I Got You Babe"