Hee-Haw

Season 6 Episode 1

Ep. 130: 9-14-74: Ernest Borgnine, George Lindsey, Lulu Roman

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Sep 14, 1974 on CBS
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Ep. 130: 9-14-74: Ernest Borgnine, George Lindsey, Lulu Roman
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Music:
Grandpa Jones, Roni Stoneman, Roy Clark, Buck Trent, Bobby Thompson - "Uncle Ephs Got the Coon"
Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "(It's a) Monsters' Holiday"
George Lindsey - "I Like Ugly Girls"
Roy Clark and Buck Trent banjo and fiddle instrumental
Ernest Borgnine and the whole Hee Haw gang - "I'm Looking over a Four-Leaf Clover"
The Hagers - "Cherry Pie"
Roy Clark - "Honeymoon Feelin'"
Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "Pure Love"
Lulu Roman - "Blessed Assurance"
Sketches include "Moonshiners", "Doc Campbell", "Advice to the Lovelorn", "The Cornfield", "Randolph Roy Rides Again", "Justus O'Peace", "The Gossip Girls", "Samples Sales", "Grandpa and Minnie's Kitchen", "The Haystack", "The Naggers", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "Samuel B. Sternwheeler", "Gordie's General Store", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", "KORN News", "Goober's Service Station", "Archie's Barbershop", "Kornfield Korners Depot", "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Lulu's Truckstop", "Empty Arms Hotel", and "Senator Willie Ackerman".

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • New Season - Some New Faces

    6.0
    Here are a few notes jotted down while watching:



    String Bean is gone. Buck Trent (banjo) is added. Kenny Price is added but not credited or acknowledged. Lulu Roman is back. New set decorations. This season is the start for The Gossip Girls ("You'll never hear one of us repeating gossip, so you'd better be sure and listen close the first time"



    New set and decorations and costumes for some. Lulu's Truck stop is added.moreless
Ernest Borgnine

Ernest Borgnine

Himself

Guest Star

Bobby Thompson (II)

Bobby Thompson (II)

Himself

Guest Star

Archie Campbell

Archie Campbell

regular (1969-1987)

Recurring Role

Gordie Tapp

Gordie Tapp

regular

Recurring Role

Gunilla Hutton

Gunilla Hutton

regular (1969-1991)

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Hee Haw salutes Irasburg VT, population 775, and Hamden CT (Ernest Borgnine's hometown) population 50900.

    • Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper? Here's what's on the menu tonight:
      Well, they didn't cut me no wood and the stove's cold as ice, and we'll eat bologna sandwiches and left-over rice. They didn't bring ice, so the milk is not cold, and I guess that'll teach ya to do as you're told.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • (The Gossip Girls singing)
      Marianne: Well, I hear Aunt Minnie's had another birthday.
      Barbi: When it comes to staying young, that gal's the bragginist.
      Marianne: But she's honest enough to admit she's pushing 40.
      Barbi: Honey, she ain't pushing 40, she's a draggin' it.

    • (At the joke fence):
      Misty: Did you hear the one about the spiritualist that wasn't good or bad?

      Crowd: No, What happened?
      Misty: He was just medium.

    • "Gloom, Despair and Agony on Me" (w/Ernest Borgnine)
      Grandpa: If anybody's got bad luck, I guess Ern must.
      Archie: Why, his kind of luck'd make a school teacher cuss.
      Roy: He finally reached his goal, and found a cure for the common cold.
      Ernest: And now they've discovered that colds are good for us.

    • (During "Pfft You Was Gone", Archie sings (with Ernest Borgnine) the following):
      Her teeth I presume, were false and not pearly,
      she was a bleached blonde, who never dressed well.
      Her hair was in strings, and surely not curly,
      but Ernie Borgnine, he thought she was swell.

    • (The Naggers, as usual, in their home arguing)
      Ida Lee: And another thing, you hydromatic hillbilly, you.
      LaVerne: Hey woman, what do you mean calling me hydromatic?
      Ida Lee: Cause you're shiftless, that's what.
      LaVerne: Now you have done it. You've messed up your next birthday. If you wanted to get a pet owl, and you're not gonna get it.
      Ida Lee: Well, I ain't sewing up any more of your old socks, then. Cause if you don't give a hoot, I don't give a darn.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Cast changes for the first episode of the new season include the departure of Stringbean (due to his tragic death), and the addition of banjo player Buck Trent and Kenny Price (who starts off uncredited). Gailard Sartain officially joins the cast (he's been uncredited for the previous 2 seasons), and the return of Lulu Roman (who remains uncredited). Buckaroo member Don Rich was killed over the summer in a motorcycle accident, but the 1st half of the season was already taped, so he'll still appear for 13 episodes.

    • Lots of new sketches debut with the new season, including "Advice to the Lovelorn", with Lisa Todd giving out love advice, "Randolph Roy Rides Again", set in an old-time saloon, "The Gossip Girls", with 4 of the girls singing gossip around a laundry washtub, "Goober's Service Station", "Kornfield Korners Depot" with Kenny Price as a ticket agent, Lulu Roman serving up bad food with Gailard Sartain as Orville the cook in "Lulu's Truckstop", and Gordie Tapp as "Senator Willie Ackerman", talking to his constituents at the Kornfield Korners depot.

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