Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

Season 4 Episode 5

Episode #71

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Oct 12, 1970 on NBC
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Episode #71
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Tim Conway joins the cast as he plays the long lost Farkel child, looks at the widows and widowers of of TV spouses, and helps the cast with the Mod Mod World of alcohol.

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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 Preformer

    Dick Martin

    Dick Martin

    Co-Host/Regular Performer

    Alan Sues

    Alan Sues

    Regular Preformer

    Tim Conway

    Tim Conway

    Guest Performer

    Recurring Role

    Jilly Rizzo

    Jilly Rizzo

    Cameo Appearance

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The short bits included the cast talking to Tim, Dennis as an Eskimo on the beach, Arte, Tim, and Ruth as cavemen/women, and Tim trying to toss a paper into a trash can and having trouble with it.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Tim: Well, the trouble with the women's liberation movement is that most of them are just joining to get something off their chest.

      • (talking about Tim's new show)
        Johnny: You're really gonna liven up Tuesday nights, man.
        Tim: Um, i'm on Sundays.
        Johnny: Well, that should liven up Tuesday nights.

        Nancie: I'm sure it's gonna be a great half-hour.
        Tim: My show's an hour.
        Nancie: Oh, well, there ought to be a good 30 minutes in there somewhere.

      • Tim: The only trouble with these flag-design clothes is every time they play 'Taps,' their pants fall to half-mast.

      • Henry: Did you hear about the judge who sentenced the hippie by singing 'Shave and a haircut, two years?'

      • Johnny: Seems strange when in Vietnam the military is involved in a police action, and at home police are involved in military action.

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