TV.com's 12 Days of Clips-mas, Day 6: The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

By Seth Abramovitch

Dec 20, 2011

To help you get into the holiday spirit, for the next 12 days, we'll provide you with one classic holiday TV clip. We've scoured through our archives and your comments on our story in which we asked you to name your favorite holiday episodes, and came up with a list of dazzling, heartwarming, and totally weird holiday clips. And instead of sharing the same ol' episodes we've all seen (don't get us wrong, we're totally down with some Festivus and Holiday Armadillo) we erred on the side of strange and obscure to keep things interesting.



Day 6: The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

As the Vietnam War raged on, Sonny and Cher brought messages of Peace on Earth and goodwill toward all men, gypsies, tramps, and thieves to American audiences with 1973’s Sonny & Cher Comedy Special. Sure, Cher singing “O Holy Night” will bring tears to your eyes, but you’ll want to wait until the end to catch William Conrad--that’s right! TV’s Cannon--read “Yes, Virginia, there IS a Santa Claus.”


TV.COM'S 12 DAYS OF CLIPS-MAS

Day 12: Strangers with Candy Does Some Fightin' Around the Christmas Tree

Day 11: Santa Goes to Night Court

Day 10: South Park's Original Santa vs. Jesus Throwdown

Day 9: The Golden Girls Discuss Blanche's Lust for Santa

Day 8: The Nightmare-Inducing Nutcracker Fantasy

Day 7: Liza Minelli in The Dangerous Christmas of Little Red Riding Hood

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  • IndianaMom Dec 22, 2011

    I love Paul Shaffer's impersonation of Cher. I look forward to it every year. Along with Darlene Love and the meatball on top of the Christmas tree.