Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Season 2 Episode 24

Episode #38

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Mar 17, 1969 on NBC
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Episode #38
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Sammy Davis Jr. returns to the show to be the judge and help Mod Mod World salute the future. He also helps Tyrone gang up on Gladys.

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    Arte Johnson

    Arte Johnson

    Regular Performer (1968-1971)

    Dick Martin

    Dick Martin

    Co Host

    Alan Sues

    Alan Sues

    Regular Preformer (1968-1972)

    Gary Owens

    Gary Owens

    Regular Performer

    Dave Madden

    Dave Madden

    Regular Preformer (1968-1969)

    Henry Gibson

    Henry Gibson

    Regular Performer (1968-1971)

    Garry Moore

    Garry Moore

    Cameo Appearance

    Cameo

    Ann Miller

    Ann Miller

    Cameo Appearance

    Cameo

    Flip Wilson

    Flip Wilson

    Cameo Appearance

    Cameo

    Sammy Davis Jr.

    Sammy Davis Jr.

    Guest Performer

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate went to a public relations man who sent a press release touting a big market for law enforcement supplies in 1969 because of increased police activity because of many civil disturbances.

    • QUOTES (7)

    • NOTES (3)

      • During the intros, the cast did their Jo Anne imitations, doing the 'fingers-on-the-cheek-and-smiling' bit, but the following did it with just one hand: Dan, because he had his pipe in the other; Ruth, who put a finger on her chin and did a goofy face; Dave, who threw confetti with the other; and Jo Anne herself, kissing her arms.

      • The short bits included Dick as Atilla the Hun, Sammy as a lost little boy looking for his wagon, Sammy as the Lone Ranger and Dan as Tonto, and several bits from previous shows.

      • Byron Gilliam appeared in both subway bits as well as the opening song about taxes.

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