Cher

Season 1 Episode 1

Show 1 - Special Premiere

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Feb 12, 1975 on CBS
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Show 1 - Special Premiere
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1. Cher opens the show with "Let Me Entertain You" and a monologue about being thrilled to be back on TV. 2. Elton performs "Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds" 3. "Life With Laverne" -- Laverne (Cher) runs into old friend Geraldine Jones (Flip) at their high school class reunion. 4. Cher sings "All In Love Is Fair" 5. Pitchwoman Donna Jean Brodine (Cher) demonstrates the "brick-omatic", a device used for smashing everything from watches to photographs. 6. "Trashy Ladies" -- Cher and Bette camp it up in a medley of songs that were written about trashy ladies with shady pasts, including: "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate", "Tangerine", "Lulu's Back In Town", "Put the Blame On Mame", "Minnie the Moocher", "Rose Of Washington Square" and "Sweet Georgia Brown." 7. Cher appears during a brief commercial blackout singing "What Kind Of Fool Am I?" 8. "Saturday Night" -- Cher returns home after an evening out with a loser and delivers a monologue about her life as a single. 9. Cher and Elton perform "Bennie and the Jets" 10. Cher and her guests imagine how their lives will be fifty years in the future, where they are living at the Final Curtain Rest Home For Aged Performers. 11. Cher, Bette, Elton and Flip perform a medley of "Mockingbird", "Proud Mary", "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" and "Never Can Say Goodbye." 12. Cher closes the show.moreless

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  • I was there!

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    I was there for the taping and saw Cher, Bette and Doris Day was in the building and made an appearance. Cher was quite the Diva...
Elton John

Elton John

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Flip Wilson

Flip Wilson

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Bette Midler

Bette Midler

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