Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Episode #33

Season 2, Ep 19, Aired 2/10/69
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  • Episode Description
  • Davy Jones appears solo, and helps the cast look at love and marriage.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Arte Johnson

    Regular Performer

  • Dick Martin

    Co-Host/Regular Performer

  • Alan Sues

    Regular Performer

  • Gary Owens

    Announcer/Regular Performer

  • Dave Madden

    Regular Performer

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (9)

    • Dave: I got my wife a new beauty soap that makes rough, wrinkled skin disappear...and now I can't find her anywhere.

    • Chelsea: When I was a little girl, in my neighborhood we used to play a game callled 'What do you want to be if you grow up?'

    • Judy: My crowd can't decide what to take this semester. But we've narrowed it down to either the administration building or the library.

    • Gary: (introducing the show) NBC lovingly presents Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In! Or is it laughingly presents Rowan & Martin's Love-In?

    • Nipsey: A message to my people: Things are getting better. Isn't it too bad the show isn't?

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    Notes (3)

    • This episode was paired with Episode #67 (featuring Art Carney) on the Sock-It-To-Me Collection volume titled 'And That's The Truth.'

    • Byron Gilliam appeared in the sketch about coincidence and the song that began Mod Mod World.

    • The short bits included Arte as Rosmenko having trouble with his dresser drawers; Dick as Sherlock Holmes and Dan as Dr. Watson, the girls as Playboy bunnies; Jo Anne having trouble with her ironing board; and Alan as a prisoner interacting with other prisoners and Ruth as his girl.

    Trivia (1)

    • The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate went to the voters of Youngstown, Ohio for failing to vote in a school-tax increase for the sixth time in two years, despite the city not having enough money to keep schools open between Thanksgiving and New Year's and having antiquated textbooks.

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