Hee-Haw

Season 3 Episode 21

Ep. 72: 2-26-72: Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Johnny Bench

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Feb 26, 1972 on CBS
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Ep. 72: 2-26-72: Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Johnny Bench
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Music:
Buck Owens and the whole Hee Haw gang - "Get Along Home, Cindy"
Waylon Jennings - "Good Hearted Woman"
Jessi Colter - "I'm Not Lisa"
Roy Clark and The Sound Generation - "Take Me Home, Country Roads"
The Hagers - "Mystery Train"
Buck Owens and the Buckaroos- "Ain't It Amazing Gracie"
Roy Clark, Bobby Thompson and Jackie Phelps - "Bury Me Beneath the Willow"
Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter - "I Ain't the One"
Sunshine Cornsilk - "That's All I Want From You"
Waylon Jennings - "Me and Bobby McGee"
Buck Owens and the Buckaroos - "My Heart Skips a Beat"

Sketches include several installments of "The Cornfield", "Moonshiners", "Dr. Campbell" and "Samuel B. Sternwheeler". Also, "KORN News", "Paulene and Pierre", "Archie's Barbershop", "Samples Sales", "Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper?", "Pfft, You Was Gone", "The Culhanes", "Pickin' and Grinnin'", and Stringbean reads a letter from home.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Jessi Colter

    Jessi Colter

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Johnny Bench

    Johnny Bench

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Bakersfield Brass

    Bakersfield Brass

    Themselves (uncredited)

    Guest Star

    Grandpa Jones

    Grandpa Jones

    regular

    Recurring Role

    Archie Campbell

    Archie Campbell

    regular (1969-1987)

    Recurring Role

    Gordie Tapp

    Gordie Tapp

    regular

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Hey Grandpa, What's for Supper? Here's what's on the menu tonight:
        Well, would you like to have some good mutten stew? You can, and lots of mint jelly too. Fresh hot biscuits, baked to a tee, and apple cider for you and me.

      • Hee Haw salutes Turkey Ridge SD population 12, and Beefhide KY, population 753.

    • QUOTES (13)

      • (At the joke fence)
        Sunshine: I crossed IBM and LSD.
        Crowd: What'd ya get?
        Sunshine: A business trip.

      • Gunilla: Gordie, my mother always told me that when I was with a feller, I should say "no" to everything.
        Gordie: Do you mind if I give you a kiss?
        Gunilla: No.
        Gordie: Tell your mama I said "thank you".

      • Johnny Bench: I can hold 7 baseballs in one hand.
        Clem (Gordie): Boy, that's a good trick. Let me see you do it.
        Johnny: (holding 7 baseballs) Watch this.
        Clem: Hey, you think you could help me collect the eggs?

      • Buck: You'll probably never believe that lead can be changed into gold. Just wait till you get a bill from the plumber.

      • Samuel B. Sternwheeler (Gordie): I'll never forget the first house I ever owned. I furnished the entire 3 rooms for 8 dollars, and that's the truth. I took 7 dollars and spent it on gas, then went around collecting my friends old cast away furniture.
        Man: What about the 8th dollar?
        Samuel B. Sternwheeler: Oh, I kept it! (He gets smacked in the face with a rubber chicken)

      • (At the joke fence)
        Sherry: Did you hear about the neurotic bloodhound?
        Crowd: No, what happened?
        Sherry: He thought people were following him.

      • (During "Pfft You Was Gone", Archie sings the following:)
        Your pa was a drinker, and it made him look awful.
        Your poor old mother, the looks he would give her.
        Bags under his eyes, I remember he looked like,
        a butcher peeking over 2 pounds of wet liver.

      • (The Culhanes are playing Bridge)
        Lulu: Your bid Grandpa.
        Grandpa: I pass.
        Clem (Gordie): I pass.
        Junior: Pass.
        Lulu: And I pass.
        (they all throw the cards behind them. Junior pulls out some more cards from his pocket.)
        Junior: Somebody better bid, pretty soon, or we're gonna run out of cards.

      • Cathy: Minnie, is it right to marry a man for his money?
        Minnie: Well, maybe not, but sometimes that's the only way you can get it!

      • Gordie: Yep, I always do my hardest chore before breakfast.
        Grandpa: What's that?
        Gordie: Gettin' out of bed.

      • (During "Pickin' and Grinnin'")
        Roy: Do you mean to tell me that you don't have any life insurance at all?
        Buck: Right. When I die, I want it to be a sad day for everybody!

      • Buck: Our "Pickin' and Grinnin'" spot is sure a show stopper.
        Roy: Well, I'll admit, I don't know if we stop it, but we sure slow the show down a bit.

      • Minnie Pearl: Howdee. The town I grew up in was so small, it was located between the 2nd and 3rd signs of a Burma Shave commercial.

    • NOTES (3)

      • This episode is available on DVD as volume 4 from Time Life's "The Hee-Haw Collection".

      • Lulu Roman appears uncredited in "The Culhanes" sketch, and in the background of several other sketches. Bakersfield Brass is amongst the gang during the song "Get Along Home, Cindy".

      • The Sound Generation, who performed with Roy Clark on the song "Take Me Home, Country Roads", were a musical group consisting of students who attended John Brown University in the 60's and 70's.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Mission: Impossible
        The Samuel B. Sternwheeler sketch where he gets the tape recorder that self destructs in 5 seconds is a parody of "this message will self destruct", which was how each mission started out on the show Mission: Impossible.

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