The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

Show 45 - Danny Thomas, Telly Savalas

Season 4, Ep 2, Aired 9/19/73
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  • Episode Description
  • 1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love" and banter about Sonny having his family traced. In comedy blackouts, the chief undercover spy for the Confederacy (Cher) leaves home on a dangerous assignment deep behind enemy lines; and reporter Barbara Nauseous (Cher) interviews Telly about having been approached to be a nude centerfold in Women's Lib magazine. 2. "Lady Luck" -- A masked stranger (Sonny) tries to rescue Cher from the evil Count of Los Angeles (Danny); an elderly woman (Cher) approaches two men in the park (Sonny and Telly), hoping she might get one of them to walk her dog; and a distressed man (Telly) gets even more bad news from his jinxed wife (Cher). 3. "Sonny's Pizza Parlor" -- Danny appears as the owner of the next-door pet store, who comes to the pizzeria complaining about the smell. 4. Sonny and Cher perform "Get Ready" 5. "A Story About Love" -- Sonny plays a poor student in a takeoff on Love Story, with Cher cast as his wealthy (but very sick) girlfriend and Danny as her fuming father. 6. "At the Launderette" -- Laverne (Cher) shares a few choice observations about the Watergate hearings and her marriage. 7. Danny sings "If I Didn't Care" and is joined by Frankenstein (regular Ted Zeigler) and Count Dracula (regular Billy Van). 8. A senator having dinner (Danny) tells the waiter (Telly) that he's found a bug in his soup. 9. Cher sings "If" 10. Sonny and Cher, with daughter Chastity, close the show with "I Got You Babe"moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Cher

    Host

  • Sonny Bono

    Host

  • Danny Thomas

    Special Guest Star

  • Telly Savalas

    Guest Star

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