Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Season 3 Episode 13

Episode #53

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Dec 08, 1969 on NBC
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Episode #53
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Phyllis Diller flips her wig as she joins the girls as ballerinas. Also, Mod Mod World looks at the truth.

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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

    Henry Gibson

    Henry Gibson

    Regular Performer (1968-1971)

    Ruth Buzzi

    Ruth Buzzi

    Regular Performer

    Roger Moore

    Roger Moore

    Cameo Appearance

    Cameo

    Romy Schneider

    Romy Schneider

    Cameo Appearance

    Cameo

    Jacqueline Susann

    Jacqueline Susann

    Cameo Appearance

    Cameo

    Phyllis Diller

    Phyllis Diller

    Guest Preformer

    Recurring Role

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      • When Phyllis appeared on the show in the previous season, she introduced the news segment by saying she loved how the girls stumble through the beginning song every week. In an ironic twist, she joined the girls in the opening news song. They had to carry Phyllis off at the end of it, when Dan came in. Also, Goldie did the beginning, which Dick noted by saying, 'That may be the only time we'll ever see Goldie on point.'

      • The short bits included Phyllis as a maid cleaning up, Ruth and Jo Anne as colonial women in stocks, and Dick as a father and Alan as his hippy son.

      • This episode introduced the Wonderful World of Whoopee award, which went to a man in Ann Arbor, Michigan for his creative solution for junk mail: He sent the ads for beds, undergarments and lingerie back because he determined they were obscene, and the postmaster agreed with him.

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