Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Season 4 Episode 1

Episode #67

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Sep 14, 1970 on NBC
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Episode #67
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The fourth season premiere features special guest Art Carney as the Masked Lobster, a look at happenings over the summer, and Lily Tomlin debuting the character of Edith Ann.

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    Arte Johnson

    Arte Johnson

    Regular Performer

    Johnny Brown

    Johnny Brown

    Regular Performer

    Lily Tomlin

    Lily Tomlin

    Regular Performer

    Barbara Sharma

    Barbara Sharma

    Regular Performer

    Dick Martin

    Dick Martin

    Co-Host/Regular Performer

    Alan Sues

    Alan Sues

    Regular Performer

    Art Carney

    Art Carney

    Guest Performer

    Guest Star

    Inga Nielsen

    Inga Nielsen

    Cameo Appearance

    Cameo

    Jilly Rizzo

    Jilly Rizzo

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    • QUOTES (7)

      • Art: You know, I just don't understand today's college students, the economic situation, or our foreign policy. You know, I think I'm qualified to run for political office.

      • Dan: Hey, Art, look at that guy down there getting mugged and the crowd just standing around watching him.
        Art: The Burbank audiences are the greatest audiences in the world!

      • Alan: Dennis, kids say our traditions are old-fashioned.
        Dennis: That's dumb! Traditions have to be old-fashioned, it's traditional!

      • (during the mid-show monologue)
        Dan: You've never been able to to stay interested in one thing for ten seconds.
        Dick: That's not true! Now, what were we talking about?
        Dan: Well, who knows, but you should have been talking about our guest tonight, the well-known Art Carney, dummy.
        Dick: Oh, of course! That well-known dummy, Art Carney!
        Dan: You can't call Art Carney a well-known dummy.
        Dick: That little-known dummy, Art Carney!

      • Gary: The first portion of this evening's show was the result of a combined lack of interest.

      • Dan: Art, did you hear that the FCC's considering limiting the networks' control of prime time?
        Art: I'm for anything that'll cut down on air pollution.

      • Dick: Don't tell me you don't believe in free love.
        Nancie: I don't.
        Dick: I told you not to tell me.

    • NOTES (4)

      • This episode was paired with Episode #33 (featuring Davy Jones) in the Sock-It-To-Me Collection volume titled 'And That's The Truth.'

      • Big changes abounded. First, the party was broken up into different segments, with three jokes in each one. Also the news segment was different: the theme song had different lyrics for each show, but the 'Laugh-In Looks at the news' line remained; also Dan and Dick were together on a news set, as co-anchors doing both present and future news.Then the joke wall wasn't really a wall, it was a bunch of stand-up photos of famous people.

      • The short bits included an orchestra conductor, Barbara as the Burbank Metre Made(which was the spelling on the sign on the front of her little cart), Gary showing optical illusions, Dick and Ruth as Mr. and Mrs. Swizzler, and Alan in front of a 'Yankee Go Home' sign as various characters, like an infantryman and an Indian.

      • The new regulars for this season are Nancie Phillips, Dennis Allen, Johnny Brown, & Barbara Sharma. Ann Elder & Harvey Jason do not appear until Episode #68.

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