Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Season 4 Episode 4

Episode #70

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 05, 1970 on NBC

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  • Trivia

    • The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate Award went to the Department of the Interior for allowing a fur company to killing seals for fur on government owned land.

    • As Ken and Barbara do a fast tap dance during the closing news song, the bow on one of Barbara's shoes falls off and slides across the floor to the stars-and-stripes backdrop.

  • Quotes

    • Dennis: Would you want an eulogy at your funeral?
      Johnny: Over my dead body!

    • Gary: We interrupt this program to bring you a tornado warning.
      Johnny: Stay away from tornadoes!

    • Ken: It's hard for some guys to adjust right after a divorce. I saw a friend of mine yesterday in the supermarket trying to buy some frozen leftovers.

    • Nancie: My uncle was a flagpole sitter who did it the hard way--half mast.

    • Dick: Want to go to the drive in with me tomorrow night?
      Ann: What'll be playing?
      Dick: We will.
      Ann: I think I saw that.

    • Gary: Say, gang, know what to do with spare belly buttons? Put them in the Naval Reserve.

    • Harvey: Oh, man, at last week's rock festival it was like a real interational event. The groups came from England, the kids came from England, the grass came from Mexico, and the cops came from all over!

    • Ruth: (as her streetwalker character) I don't think free love'll work--nobody'll buy that!

    • Gary: Today, ventriloquism season opened in Hollywood, and Edgar Bergen threw out the first voice.

    • Barbara: What do 1492 and 1776 have in common?
      Tim: They're adjoining suites at the Burbank Hotel.
      Barbara: You're cute, Tim, but you're dumb.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Melvin Laird:
      Mentioned by Barbara in the opening news song, Melvin Laird was Richard Nixon's Secretary of Defense and is credited with coining the phrase 'Vietnamization.'

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