Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Season 2 Episode 18

Episode #32

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Feb 03, 1969 on NBC
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Episode #32
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Don Rickles, Mr. Warmth himself, brings his unique style to the proceedings.

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Arte Johnson

Arte Johnson

Regular Performer/Tyrone F. Horneigh/Mr.Rosmenko/The Maharishi/Wolfgang

Dick Martin

Dick Martin

Co-Host/Regular Performer

Alan Sues

Alan Sues

Regular Performer/Big Al

Gary Owens

Gary Owens

Announcer/Regular Performer

Dave Madden

Dave Madden

Regular Performer

Henry Gibson

Henry Gibson

Regular Performer/The Parson

Tom Kennedy (III)

Tom Kennedy (III)

Cameo Appearance

Cameo

Carol Worthington

Carol Worthington

Cameo Appearance

Cameo

George Jessel

George Jessel

Cameo Appearance

Cameo

Don Rickles

Don Rickles

Guest Performer

Recurring Role

Liberace

Liberace

Cameo Appearance

Recurring Role

Billy Barnes

Billy Barnes

Piano Player

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate Award went to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, for 'deciding there's absolutely no difference between men and women' when they said that classified ads could no longer be separated into men's and women's headings.

  • QUOTES (7)

  • NOTES (3)

    • This episode is featured with Episode #61(featuring Carl Reiner) in Disc 3 of the Best Of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In DVD set.

    • The short bits included Dan as a waiter serving different people, Arte as a bartender waiting on Henry, Liberace having trouble lighting his candelabra, Don as the little Dutch boy with his finger in the dike, and Alan as George Washington and Ruth as Betsy Ross; the first of which appeared as the past news bit in the news segment.

    • Much of the last joke wall segment with Alan and Don was featured during the Laugh-in Past Christmas Present special.

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