Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Episode #61

Season 3, Ep 21, Aired 2/9/70
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  • Episode Description
  • Carl Reiner plays a slick toupee salesman and helps the cast with a Russian version of the show. Also, the debut of the Fabulous Farkle Fling.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Arte Johnson

    Regular Performer/Mr. Rosmenko/Tyrone F. Horneigh

  • Lily Tomlin

    Regular Performer/Mrs. Earbore/Ernestine

  • Dick Martin

    Co-Host/Regular Performer

  • Alan Sues

    Regular Performer/Uncle Al

  • Gary Owens

    Announcer/Regular Performer

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (9)

    • The Parson: I understand the Vatican has added an eleventh commandment: 'Thou shalt not pill.'

    • Carl: I have a dog that's so nervous, when you say attack, he has one.

    • Goldie: I love your show, Andy, but I gotta tell ya, I sure miss Amos. Yeah. (Andy laughs) You gotta get some sun, boy!

    • Carl: A while back Mel Brooks and I did The Two-Thousand Year Old Man. Now, here I am on Laugh-In doing two-thousand year old jokes.

    • Lily: Can anyone tell me what's the best way to avoid a hangover? Jeremy: (with Russian accent) You stay drunk, darling.

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    Notes (5)

    • This episode is featured with Episode #32(featuring Don Rickles) on Disc 3 of the Best Of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In DVD set.

    • This episode is featured with Episode #32(featuring Don Rickles) on Disc 3 of the Best Of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In DVD set.

    • The short bits included Dan as a psychiatrist, Ruth and Jo Anne as colonial women in stocks and Arte, Carl and Henry in a German sub.

    • Jim Backus did bits as both himself and his Mr. Magoo character.

    • The cast did their interpretation of a Russian version of Laugh-In. This included a party with Henry Gibson as a Chinese man, Uncle Alovich; a fake commercial for a washtub and washboard; the present news(but no future news because there is no future); and a joke wall with only two holes. Jo Anne Worley first said "I theenk that ees fantastick!" and used it for the next several shows.

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