Favorite skit?

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    Lokar

    [1]Dec 20, 2006
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    Mine are still Mrs. Wiggins/ the office, and Gone With the Wind, where she walks downstairs with the pole from the drapes still on the shoulders of the dress. That's hysterical.
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    REDMAN261

    [2]Aug 28, 2007
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    Does anyone know Tim Conways character name in the Mrs. Wiggens episode? Please let me know!
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    wdstckgrl

    [3]Nov 9, 2007
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    Mr. Tudball...or the way he said it, "A-Mister Tud-a-ball"
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    kjrjr7811

    [4]Feb 27, 2008
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    The gone with the wind skit was indeed a classic "I saw it in the window and couldn't resist it." I loved Tin Conways "Old Man" Character as well. I wish someone would rerun this show. i miss it.
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    ladybritcomfan

    [5]May 30, 2008
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    I liked "Went With The Wind too. Also I liked the "As The Stomach Turns" sketch where Vicki Lawrence played Carol's long-lost daughter Jamie. who was bionic. I thought Harvey Korman was hilarious as Mother Marcus. And I liked the "Mama's Family" sketch where they were cleaning the attic. Betty White played Eunice's snobby sister Ellen.
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