Henry Gibson sang 'Bluebird, Don't Come Round Here No More.'
Marcel Marceau did imitations of several people for Goldie to guess, but she guessed John Wayne for each one except the last, which he actually did John Wayne, but she said 'Oh, that Henny Youngman!'
The short bits included Peter as Tonto and Dan as the Lone Ranger, Judy and Ruth as tooth faries, Dick facing a firing squad, the cast holding various signs, and Goldie with Marcel Marceau(see above).
The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate Award went to the drug industry for spending $600 million on advertising and raising prices of medicine to pay for it.
Rosmenko: The Russian people are very hospitable. They're always taking in boarders. So far they took in the Hungarian border, the Chechoslovakian border, and now they're making room for the Hungarian border.
Jo Anne: Did you know that George Jessel only smokes quarter cigars?
Arte: Well, how about that? I wonder who smokes the other three quarters?
Ruth: Name one thing for which Louis XVI was directy responsible.
Henry: Louis XV.
Chelsea: Leisure time is a problem in my neighborhood too, only there we call it unemployment.
Dave: All those new labor-saving devices at work give us more time off. And we can use it to repair all those new labor-saving devices at home.
Alan: He for whom the bell tolls...is an Avon lady.
Flip: When we take over, we're gonna have to get rid of some of us, too.
Jo Anne: I found a winter sport I was just crazy about, but our skis kept getting in the way.
Byron Gilliam appeared as a dancer in the party segments.
This episode was paired with Episode #93(featuring Raquel Welch) in the La Dee Flipping Dah volume of the Sock-It-To-Me Collection.
The Brothers LeGard made their second appearance.