The Captain and Tennille

Show #2-76

Season 1, Ep 2, Aired 10/11/76
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  • Episode Description
  • Comedy Highlights: "Masterjoke Theatre" hosted by David Soul; A parody of TV's "Starsky & Hutch" called "Staircase & Hutch"; Art Carney and Nancy Walker performing "The Way I Want To Touch You" as the Captain & Tennille; Comedian Jimmie Walker performs a monologue during the audience spot. Musical Highlights: "Nothing from Nothing" - Captain & Tennille "Mind Your Love" - Captain & Tennille with Art Carney and Nancy Walker "More Than You Know" - Toni Tennille "Let The Good Times Roll" - Captain & Tennille "1927 Kansas City" - David Soul "Shortnin' Bread" - Captain & Tennille "Love In The Shadows" - Captain & Tennillemoreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Toni Tennille

    Regular

  • Daryl Dragon

    Regular

  • Art Carney

    Himself

  • David Soul

    Himself

  • Nancy Walker

    Herself

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (2)

    • Videotaped at CBS-TV City, Studio 41 in Hollywood, California on Tuesday, August 24, 1976.

    • The Audience Spot was recorded on Tuesday, October 5, 1976 during a second taping that occurred between 8:15pm and 11:00pm. The song that was performed was "Let The Good Times Roll". Jimmie Walker was introduced and he then provided his monologue to the studio audience. This spot was edited into the show that had been originally recorded on August 24, 1976 and aired 6 days later.

    Trivia (1)

    • This episode was recorded on August 24, 1976 and was televised out of sequence. It was supposed to be the second episode of the series but was aired one week later. There was some unidentified problem with this episode which required the "Audience Spot" to be re-recorded and edited into the previously recorded show.

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