Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

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Episode Guide

    • Episode #13
      Episode #13
      Season 1 - Episode 13
      4/22/68
      10

      Tim Conway returns as the cast salutes advertising.

    • Episode #17
      Episode #17
      Season 2 - Episode 3
      9/30/68
      10
      The show started with Wolfgang giving Greer Garson roses and the announcement of no trap door jokes. After some short bits and the intros, The monologue has Dick wanting John Wayne to come back on the show. The first party segment was next, followed by more short bits and Gladys and Tyrone. Then the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award, more short bits, and the judge. Then Dick tells Dan about a wedding he is going to, and Abbe does a bit about a puppy. A poem by Henry, some 'if ___ married ___' bits, the news where the girls danced like Carmen Miranda, more short bits, and a fey song by Arte. Next was the second party segment, which was all about drinking. Another monologue about Dick's secretary, followed, then the first appearance of Tippy-Toe Tom. Next the cast did several 'that's the way the ____' jokes about musical instruments. Following was a 'Oh, that Henny Youngman' bit and Potpourri. Then Arte did a bird call, and Sock It To Me Time. Mod Mod World was next; it was about man against machines. This included Judy, Goldie and Chelsea singing a song about a machine they made which ended with Dick dressed as Tiny Tim. Following was John Wayne's son Michael insisting his father isn't coming on and the second appearance of Tippy-Toe Tom. Then the judge, a song by Jo Anne, a monologue involving Dick losing weight, Judy at the switchboard, Abbe doing Stranger Than Truth, more short bits, another 'that's the way the ___' bit involving food, the good nights and the joke wall.moreless
    • Episode #16
      Episode #16
      Season 2 - Episode 2
      9/23/68
      10
      Eve Arden joins the gang to salute the phone company and also plays a great Russian actress.
    • Episode #5
      Episode #5
      Season 1 - Episode 5
      2/19/68
      10
      After the intro, the monologue had Dick trying to convince us John Wayne was going to be on again. Then the party, the first Sock It To Me, and the news. After that were several short bits. Coming back from the break, the second Sock It To Me, several I've Got A Secrets, and a poem from Henry. New Talent Time followed, with Richard Dawson as a bird caller and Kaye Ballard as a protest singer. More short bits, and a brief joke wall segment. Then the third Sock It To Me and Mod Mod World about fashion and glamour. Following was the classified ads, and Rosmenko bringing back another act from behind the Iron Curtain, the Holyecki sisters(Eileen, Judy, Goldie and Pam). More short bits, the fourth Sock It To Me, another poem by Henry, Salute to the Mother-In-Law featuring Kaye as the Mother-In-Law of the Year, the good nights and the joke wall.moreless
    • Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Past Christmas Present
      A look at the Christmas spirit, Laugh-In style.
    • Episode #15
      Episode #15
      Season 2 - Episode 1
      9/16/68
      10
      The second season premiere featured a look at higher education, Hugh Hefner stopping by, and Richard Nixon famously saying, 'Sock it to me?'
    • Episode #100
      Episode #100
      Season 5 - Episode 8
      11/1/71
      10
    • Episode #66
      Episode #66
      Season 3 - Episode 26
      3/16/70
      10
      The wedding of Gladys and Tyrone finally happens...and doesn't.
    • Episode #63
      Episode #63
      Season 3 - Episode 23
      2/23/70
      10
      Ringo Starr tries to present the show while Ernestine calls Vice President Humphrey and Tyrone goes wedding ring shopping.
    • Episode #48
      Episode #48
      Season 3 - Episode 8
      11/3/69
      10
      The show started with the cast having a singles party dressed in psychedelic pajamas, followed by the intros. In the opening monologue, Dick told Dan about a couple of the parties he went to. Following was a Letter To Laugh-In, Mama Jo Anne with advice for mothers, Buddy with Good News/BadNews, Jeremy as Cyrano de Bergerac, Dick's Day as he goes through his closet, the first short bits and Henry at the cash register. Next, the news, with the girls dressed like Wonder Woman and Buddy as some sort of superhero, a brief interlude with Dan, Dick and a guy with a hat, Robot Theatre with Arte and Judy throwing a party, more short bits and Teresa and Buddy at the cash register. Then, more short bits, Dick telling Dan about a party on his houseboat, and the party. Then The Quickies, more short bits and Mod Mod World about the world around us. Next, more short bits, Gen. Bullright talking about foreign influence, a bit about someone who thinks they are a dog and Uncle Al. Finally, the good nights, the joke wall, the last short bits and Buddy with Wolfgang in the bush.moreless
    • Episode #50
      Episode #50
      Season 3 - Episode 10
      11/17/69
      10
      The show started with several short bits, and Peter Sellers as a friend of Tyrone's helping him gang up on Gladys. Next, the intros, Rosmenko with a friend(Sid) introducing Dan and Dick, Dick telling Dan about more adventures of his invisible Uncle Willard, Uncle Al, Gladys with a gripe, Gen. Bullright talking about what he does with his day, and Jo Anne as the Language Lady. Following were more short bits, Sid giving Henry advice on being an actor, and the news, with the girls dressed as Bette Davis. Then more short bits, Goldie at the cash register, Peter explaining cricket to Goldie, the party, Dick's Day with Dick making lunch, and the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award. Then more short bits, the movie Wings Over Tijuana, more short bits, Potpourri, a Letter To Laugh-In, and a poem from Henry. Finally, the good nights, the joke wall, the last short bits and Sid with Wolfgang in the bush.moreless
    • Laugh-In's 25th Anniversary
      Laugh-In's 25th Anniversary
      Season 7 - Episode 1
      2/7/93
      10
      A look back at the show's six seasons.
    • Episode #23
      Episode #23
      Season 2 - Episode 9
      11/18/68
      10
      Victor Borge joins the gang to help salute the post office.
    • Episode #106
      Episode #106
      Season 5 - Episode 14
      12/27/71
      10
    • Episode #107
      Episode #107
      Season 5 - Episode 15
      1/3/72
      10
      The salute to 1971.
    • Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: A Valentine's Day Special
      A look back at episodes 1 to 101.
    • Episode #83
      Episode #83
      Season 4 - Episode 17
      1/11/71
      10
      The mod,mod world says so long to cigarette comercials(now banned from U.S. tv.)
    • Episode #82
      Episode #82
      Season 4 - Episode 16
      1/4/71
      10
      Sammy Davis Jr. comes back to the show yet again.
    • Episode #36
      Episode #36
      Season 2 - Episode 22
      3/3/69
      10
      The show started with a couple jokes about the Hong Kong flu and some short bits. Gary introduced the show as Laugh-In & Martin's Rowan. More short bits followed, as well as Dick reminiscing about his old neighborhood and Potpourri. Then more short bits, a sketch involving the word 'transmitter,' some one-liners and short bits, and the debut of We Can't Top This. Following was Gladys and Tyrone, the Discovery of the Week, the Weir Brothers as an orchestra, and a second helping of Gladys and Tyrone. Next was more short bits, the orchestra and the news. Ann Miller joined the girls in a Busby Berkley-type dance number, Dan called Dick 'Ducky' and also imitated Goldie introducing the future news. Then more short bits, the party, which was all about books, more short bits, a fey song from Arte, the orchestra, and more short bits. Next was Sock It To Me Time, Goldie confusing Dick Smothers with Dan, Dick saying he had to leave early to tend to a female friend, a Letter To Laugh-In, a poem by Henry, the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award, more short bits, the good nights, where everyone said 'Ducky' instead of 'Dick', the joke wall and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #51
      Episode #51
      Season 3 - Episode 11
      11/24/69
      10
      The show started with Sammy trying to sing but Judy interrupting him and Goldie trying to remember Michael Caine's name. After the intros, Sammy introduced Dan and Dick as the judge, and the opening monologue had Dick confused as to who Sammy was. Potpourri followed, which featured Sammy and Arte as a Russian USO troupe, and Henry writing a novel, and some short bits. Next was the news, with Sammy and the girls in judge mode. Then a poem by Henry with a retort by Sammy, more short bits, including Jeremy asking Michael what he thought of Laugh-In, a Letter to Laugh-In, the party, and the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate. Then Gladys and Tyrone, more short bits, Arte as the Scandanavian storyteller and Sammy translating, more short bits, and Arte, Henry and Sammy singing 'There's Nothing Wrong With Being Short'. Then more short bits, Dick telling Dan about his new soap and The Quickies. Then Arte as Wolfgang as Michael as an English soldier, the good nights where Sammy wanted to sing, but all he got was water and the trap door, the joke wall and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #44
      Episode #44
      Season 3 - Episode 4
      10/6/69
      10
      The show started with the cast singing about chicken in weenies. The intros had a jungle theme with the Monkees as special guests. The opening monologue had Dick talking about reading the Farm Journal. Then the Monkees did a sketch about a courtroom too close to an airport. Following was a Letter To Laugh-In, Davy with Good News/Bad News, the first short bits, and the Parson at the cash register. Coming back, Dan and Dick talked about some enterprising business people. Then Gladys and Tyrone, more short bits, and the news. The girls sang the news intro as Mexican senoritas doing the hat dance. The news featured the Monkees as Knights of the Round Table, and the girls did the end song while taking a siesta. Then Judy with Good News/Bad News, more short bits, and the party. Then a poem from Henry, Goldie getting Jo Anne to make her invisible dog fetch a stick, more short bits, and Mod Mod World on the art of salesmanship. Then the Quickies, a bit about a mouse who was in a lab experiment, Mike with Good News/Bad News, the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate, more short bits, the good nights, which involved Dick talking about going skinny-dipping, the joke wall, which had Jo Anne screaming 'This is a take!' throughout, and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #129
      Episode #129
      Season 6 - Episode 13
      12/11/72
      10
      Spoofing the show's final Christmas show Steve Lawrence plays a ballet dancing Jack Frost and a singing Santa Claus; Steve also joins the cast in blackouts as Groucho Marx.
    • Episode #139
      Episode #139
      Season 6 - Episode 23
      3/5/73
      10
    • Episode #133
      Episode #133
      Season 6 - Episode 17
      1/22/73
      10
    • Episode #33
      Episode #33
      Season 2 - Episode 19
      2/10/69
      9.8
      Davy Jones appears solo, and helps the cast look at love and marriage.
    • Episode #37
      Episode #37
      Season 2 - Episode 23
      3/10/69
      9.7
      The show started with Flip as Michelangelo and the cast in vaudeville mode. After the intros, Dick talks about his invisible Uncle Willard, and this leads into The Quickies. Next was the history of the 20th century through the eyes of a bed. Following was a plug for the Laugh-In 1969 record album. Next were several short bits and the news, where the girls made like drum majorettes. Following was Robot Theater with Arte and Judy as newlyweds, more short bits, Judy introducing people telling about their favorite Sock-It-To-Me and the party. Next was Gladys and Tyrone, the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award, and more short bits. The whole next segment was taken up by Mod Mod World, which looked at senior citizens. Next, Dick told Dan how he was taking a group of gay divorcees to Africa on a safari, which led to Judy's campus report. Then a Letter To Laugh-In, more short bits, the good nights, the joke wall and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #114
      Episode #114
      Season 5 - Episode 22
      3/6/72
      9.7
    • Episode #32
      Episode #32
      Season 2 - Episode 18
      2/3/69
      9.6
      Don Rickles, Mr. Warmth himself, brings his unique style to the proceedings.
    • Episode #130
      Episode #130
      Season 6 - Episode 14
      12/18/72
      9.6
    • Episode #132
      Episode #132
      Season 6 - Episode 16
      1/15/73
      9.5
    • Episode #131
      Episode #131
      Season 6 - Episode 15
      1/8/73
      9.5
    • Episode #95
      Episode #95
      Season 5 - Episode 3
      9/27/71
      9.5
      Rita Hayworth lets her hair down.She camps it up as a thouroughly soused actress in a sketch called Hollywood,R.F.D.;reprises her Sadie Thompson role in a song & dance routine;and bumps and grinds in a song duet with the Tasteful Lady;Dan & Dick speculate on President Nixon's red china trip,and Ernestine romances Frank Sinatra.moreless
    • Episode #93
      Episode #93
      Season 5 - Episode 1
      9/13/71
      9.4
      The fifth season premiere features Raquel Welch trying to make Gladys more like her, a mystery guest that's fairly obvious, and Howdy Doody and Buffalo Bob talking to the cast.
    • Episode #10
      Episode #10
      Season 1 - Episode 10
      4/1/68
      9.4
      Flip Wilson joins the fun again as the cast salutes communications.
    • Episode #113
      Episode #113
      Season 5 - Episode 21
      2/28/72
      9.4
    • Episode #124
      Episode #124
      Season 6 - Episode 8
      10/30/72
      9.4
    • Episode #3
      Episode #3
      Season 1 - Episode 3
      2/5/68
      9.3
      Cher and Tim Conway join in on the fun, including playing Pocahontas and John Smith.
    • Episode #2
      Episode #2
      Season 1 - Episode 2
      1/29/68
      9.2
      Robert Culp, Flip Wilson, and Muriel Landers stop by to help the cast look at food and salute smoking.
    • Episode #7
      Episode #7
      Season 1 - Episode 7
      3/4/68
      9.2
      Sally Field and Terry-Thomas help the cast look at England. Also, Inga Nielsen returns and John Wayne gets Dick for all his antics.
    • Episode #20
      Episode #20
      Season 2 - Episode 6
      10/21/68
      9.2
      Flip Wilson joins the cast to help salute salesmen.
    • Episode #26
      Episode #26
      Season 2 - Episode 12
      12/16/68
      9.2
      Laugh-In takes a look at Christmas.
    • Episode #31
      Episode #31
      Season 2 - Episode 17
      1/27/69
      9.2
      The show started with a bunch of one-liners, then several short bits. After the intros, the opening monologue involved computer dating. Following was the party, more one-liners, and the news; where the girls danced and sang the news theme melodramatically, and Dick did his Big Al impression. Then more short bits, the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate, and a bit about a man who literally could save time. Next came more short bits, the second party segment, which was all about freedom, and Dan and Dick talking about cryonics which led into Potpourri. Then a poem from Henry, Gladys and Tyrone, more one-liners, more short bits, and the Discovery Of The Week, Samantha Lloyd, the bass drum player. Then Sock It To Me Time, more one-liners, more short bits, and Mod Mod World which looked at organized labor. Lastly were the good nights, the joke wall and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #1
      Episode #1
      Season 1 - Episode 1
      1/22/68
      9.2
      The series official debut features the debut of Tiny Tim, a look at the American family, and a salute to the establisment.
    • Episode #64
      Episode #64
      Season 3 - Episode 24
      3/2/70
      9.2
      Danny Kaye helps the cast look at the generation gap and plays Gladys' father who hits up Tyrone for a loan.
    • Episode #9
      Episode #9
      Season 1 - Episode 9
      3/25/68
      9.1
      Sammy Davis Jr. makes his first appearance along with fellow Rat Packer Joey Bishop.
    • Episode #6
      Episode #6
      Season 1 - Episode 6
      2/26/68
      9.1
      Connie Stevens and Larry Storch help the cast look at vacations and Inga Nielsen debuts for New Talent Time in this episode.
    • Episode #35
      Episode #35
      Season 2 - Episode 21
      2/24/69
      9.1
      The show started with the cast doing their vaudeville number, then after the intros, Dick said he was late for rehearsal because his female cab driver got lost. Next were several one-liners, the debut of The Quickies and the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award. Then Connie and all the girls get involved in Sock It To Me Time, followed by Gladys and Tyrone and the first short bits. Next was the news, where Connie and the girls dressed like hillbillies. Following were more short bits, the Mistake of the Week Department and the party. Next, Dick talked about his art lessons, which led into Potpourri, which included the first Question of the Week, Judy at the switchboard and Connie doing Stranger Than Truth. Then more short bits, more one-liners, and Dan asking about Dick going to his aunt's farm. This led to the second Question of the Week, followed by a saying from the Maharishi, more one-liners and a song about the good old days. Then more short bits, Mod Mod World about offbeat people, more one-liners, the good nights, the joke wall and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #42
      Episode #42
      Season 3 - Episode 2
      9/22/69
      9.1

      Diana Ross joins the fun and the gang takes a look at insurance.

    • Episode #38
      Episode #38
      Season 2 - Episode 24
      3/17/69
      9.1
      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.
    • Episode #136
      Episode #136
      Season 6 - Episode 20
      2/12/73
      9.1
    • Episode #110
      Episode #110
      Season 5 - Episode 18
      1/31/72
      9.1
    • Episode #138
      Episode #138
      Season 6 - Episode 22
      2/26/73
      9.1
    • Episode #45
      Episode #45
      Season 3 - Episode 5
      10/13/69
      9.1
      Jack E. Leonard joins the cast to salute hospitals.
    • Episode #123
      Episode #123
      Season 6 - Episode 7
      10/23/72
      9.1
    • Episode #56
      Episode #56
      Season 3 - Episode 16
      1/5/70
      9.1
      James Garner returns to the show for more hilarity, including a look at the American Indian.
    • Episode #65
      Episode #65
      Season 3 - Episode 25
      3/9/70
      9.1
      Milton Berle takes a lot of abuse from the cast and hosts Tyrone's bachelor party.
    • Episode #49
      Episode #49
      Season 3 - Episode 9
      11/10/69
      9.1
      Carol Channing joins the cast to sing about blondes with Goldie, play Jackie opposite Arte's Ari, and salute you and your car.
    • Episode #41
      Episode #41
      Season 3 - Episode 1
      9/15/69
      9.1
      The third season premiere features Debbie Reynolds, Peter Sellers, and Johnny Carson.
    • Episode #52
      Episode #52
      Season 3 - Episode 12
      12/1/69
      9.1
      The cast takes a look at privacy and life at the office, while Engelbert Humperdinck fends off the girls of the cast.
    • Episode #60
      Episode #60
      Season 3 - Episode 20
      2/2/70
      9.1
      Jack Benny is rushed through several bits and Mod Mod World looks at work.
    • Episode #43
      Episode #43
      Season 3 - Episode 3
      9/29/69
      9.1
      After appearing seperately, Sonny and Cher appear together and sock it to each other.
    • Episode #11
      Episode #11
      Season 1 - Episode 11
      4/8/68
      9.0
      After the intros, where Gary introduced the show as Rowan and Laugh-In's Martin, Dan and Dick discussed the show, then Jo Anne asked if the cast could not be called cuckoos. The party followed, including John Byner doing both Georgie Jessel and Ed Sullivan. After the break the first Sock It To Me Time, where Judy played William Tell. Then short bits followed, and New Talent Time, with David Lipp playing the telephone, the second appearance of Paul Winchell as Lucky Pierre, and Dick with trained dogs. Then more short bits, the second Sock It To Me Time with Judy and a trick guillotine, and the news, which featured the girks as gypsy dancers and John Byner as King George(in his LBJ voice) being interviewed about his losing the war in the Colonies. Afterwards were more short bits and the first joke wall segement, which led to the third Sock It To Me Time, with Judy in a trick box. After more short bits, the fourth Sock It To Me Time had Judy get knives thrown at her, then the water. More short bits, then Mod, Mod World, which looked at the spirit of adventure. Following was Potpourri, then more short bits, the good nights, the joke wall and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #101
      Episode #101
      Season 5 - Episode 9
      11/8/71
      9.0
      Liza Minnelli plays a bored circus star throwing knives at her husband and a Southern belle bidding wacky farewells to her soldier boy, joins in a Mod, Mod World look at the family, and does a song-and-dance number with Barbara Sharma about bringing back the 30's.
    • Episode #19
      Episode #19
      Season 2 - Episode 5
      10/14/68
      9.0
      Bobby Darin joins the cast to help sock it to pollution.
    • Episode #91
      Episode #91
      Season 4 - Episode 25
      3/8/71
      9.0
      Dan Rowan directs a love scene between an actress and a actor who haven't seen each other in 40 years;Big Al(Alan Sues)interviews the world's shortest basketball center;and Laugh-In takes a satire look at the FBI.
    • Episode #89
      Episode #89
      Season 4 - Episode 23
      2/22/71
      9.0
      Peter Lawford plays a presidetial press secretary facing the media after a very uneventful day and joins the Laugh-In crew in a salute to George Washington.
    • Episode #127
      Episode #127
      Season 6 - Episode 11
      11/27/72
      9.0
    • Episode #22
      Episode #22
      Season 2 - Episode 8
      11/11/68
      9.0
    • Episode #88
      Episode #88
      Season 4 - Episode 22
      2/15/71
      9.0
      General Bull Right(Dan Rowan)once again lashes at "commie pinko wierdos";Ruth Buzzi introduces the news a la Mae West;Ernestine thinks that the phone company's Mr. Stifflanger is in love with her.
    • Episode #84
      Episode #84
      Season 4 - Episode 18
      1/18/71
      9.0
    • Episode #86
      Episode #86
      Season 4 - Episode 20
      2/1/71
      9.0
    • Episode #105
      Episode #105
      Season 5 - Episode 13
      12/20/71
      9.0
    • Episode #122
      Episode #122
      Season 6 - Episode 6
      10/16/72
      9.0
    • Episode #108
      Episode #108
      Season 5 - Episode 16
      1/10/72
      9.0
    • Episode #137
      Episode #137
      Season 6 - Episode 21
      2/19/73
      9.0
    • Episode #25
      Episode #25
      Season 2 - Episode 11
      12/2/68
      9.0
      Liberace brings his candelabra and flashy jackets to the show.
    • Episode #121
      Episode #121
      Season 6 - Episode 5
      10/9/72
      9.0
    • Episode #34
      Episode #34
      Season 2 - Episode 20
      2/17/69
      9.0
      Tiny Tim returns to help the cast look at the good old days and help celebrate Valentine's Day.
    • Episode #94
      Episode #94
      Season 5 - Episode 2
      9/20/71
      8.9
    • Episode #111
      Episode #111
      Season 5 - Episode 19
      2/14/72
      8.9
    • Episode #118
      Episode #118
      Season 6 - Episode 2
      9/18/72
      8.8
    • Episode #54
      Episode #54
      Season 3 - Episode 14
      12/15/69
      8.8
      Greer Garson is fawned over by Henry in this episode which also introduced the Farkle Family and their good friend and trusted neighbor, Ferd Burfel.
    • Episode #125
      Episode #125
      Season 6 - Episode 9
      11/13/72
      8.7
    • Episode #71
      Episode #71
      Season 4 - Episode 5
      10/12/70
      8.7
      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.
    • Episode #119
      Episode #119
      Season 6 - Episode 3
      9/25/72
      8.6
    • Episode #120
      Episode #120
      Season 6 - Episode 4
      10/2/72
      8.6
    • Episode #70
      Episode #70
      Season 4 - Episode 4
      10/5/70
      8.6
      Ken Berry comes over from Mayberry to help the cast salute undertakers.
    • Episode #117
      Episode #117
      Season 6 - Episode 1
      9/11/72
      8.5
      John Wayne camps it up as a floopy ear bunny & parody his movie roles', The salute to the summer of '72.
    • Episode #73
      Episode #73
      Season 4 - Episode 7
      10/26/70
      8.4
      Orson Welles helps the cast celebrate Halloween with a 'Boo-In.'
    • Episode #55
      Episode #55
      Season 3 - Episode 15
      12/29/69
      8.4

      Nancy Sinatra helps the gang say goodbye to the Sexy Sixties, while Lily Tomlin makes her Laugh-In debut.

    • Episode #4
      Episode #4
      Season 1 - Episode 4
      2/12/68
      8.3
      Don Adams joins the cast to help take a look at the medical profession, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band do one of their songs as well.
    • Episode #8
      Episode #8
      Season 1 - Episode 8
      3/11/68
      8.3
      Sonny Bono plays with a seal, plays Paul Revere, and plays without Cher in this episode.
    • Episode #61
      Episode #61
      Season 3 - Episode 21
      2/9/70
      8.3
      Carl Reiner plays a slick toupee salesman and helps the cast with a Russian version of the show. Also, the debut of the Fabulous Farkle Fling.
    • Episode #39
      Episode #39
      Season 2 - Episode 25
      3/24/69
      8.3
      Tony Curtis joins the fun as an Arab sheik, the leader of a minstel show, and a man with a plan to redecorate a Marine base. The gang also looked at their home, beautiful downtown Burbank.
    • Episode #30
      Episode #30
      Season 2 - Episode 16
      1/20/69
      8.2
      The show started with Chelsea, Nancy, Dave and Alan in a couple swap, and Gladys kissing Dick Smothers. Then a couple of hep cats, with one working with Guy Lombardo. Then the first short bits, and the intros, where Gary said he was in a burning building and called the show Rowan and Martin's Cough-In. Then the opening monologue, in which Dan mentioned that Richard Nixon had been inagurated President earlier in the day. Following was the party, Gladys and Tyrone, and the news. The girls did a Persian dance, except for Nancy and Ruth who were one of those two-headed things. The past news featured Jack Riley as LBJ doing Moses. Then more short bits, and the Discovery Of The Week, the third appearance of the Brothers LeGard, which led into Sock It To Me Time. Then more short bits, and the second party segment, which was all about violence. Next was more short bits, a poem by Tyrone, and the Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate. Then more short bits, Dick telling Dan that he is appearing in a nude play, and Potpourri, which featured the judge, and Tom Smothers and Dick saying they wouldn't be the dummies of their acts anymore. Following was more short bits and Mod Mod World about law and justice. Then more short bits, the good nights, the joke wall and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #98
      Episode #98
      Season 5 - Episode 6
      10/18/71
      8.2
    • Episode #115
      Episode #115
      Season 5 - Episode 23
      3/13/72
      8.2
    • Episode #40
      Episode #40
      Season 2 - Episode 26
      3/31/69
      8.2
      The Rev. Billy Graham joins the cast in the second season finale.
    • Episode #81
      Episode #81
      Season 4 - Episode 15
      12/28/70
      8.2
      A salute to 1970 and William F. Buckley makes a long-awaited appearance.
    • Episode #47
      Episode #47
      Season 3 - Episode 7
      10/27/69
      8.2
      Flip Wilson joins the cast to salute the presidency.
    • Episode #27
      Episode #27
      Season 2 - Episode 13
      12/30/68
      8.2
      The show started with Kate Smith singing good night, then several short bits. After the intros, where Gary called the show Rowan and Martin's Thing, Kate sang the intro to Dan and Dick and the opening monologue had Dan asking Dick about his New Year's Eve plans. Then the first party segment, which had New Year's Eve balloons, Gladys and Tyrone, more short bits, and a segment focusing on the 1968 presidential campaign. Jack Riley did his LBJ impression, while other cast members and Rich Little did other candidates, holding pictures of them to their faces while doing their voices. Following were more short bits, Stranger Than Truth with Kate, several 'if ___ married ___' bits, and Mod Mod World looking at the battle of the sexes, which included Robot Theatre with Arte as an Arab king seducing Judy. Then more short bits, the second party segment, several one-liners, more short bits, and the Discovery Of The Week, the Brothers LeGard. Following was Sock It To Me Time, several Burbank jokes and more short bits. Then the news, where the men dressed up as the baby New Year while singing the news theme. Also included was Kate introducing the writing staff accepting an Emmy as the biggest mistake of 1968. Then a bit where the fire department pulls up to a fire, but a housewife won't let them use the hydrant. Then more short bits, the Flying Fickle Finger of the Year, a poem from Henry, a tribute to the washboard featuring Gladys and Tyrone, the good nights, the joke wall, and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #67
      Episode #67
      Season 4 - Episode 1
      9/14/70
      8.1
      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.
    • Episode #12
      Episode #12
      Season 1 - Episode 12
      4/15/68
      8.1
      Kaye Ballard and John Byner join the cast to look at the law.
    • Episode #135
      Episode #135
      Season 6 - Episode 19
      2/5/73
      8.1
    • Episode #28
      Episode #28
      Season 2 - Episode 14
      1/6/69
      8.1
      Peter Falk joins the gang for a look back at 1968, Mod Mod World about the unaverage American, and to play Tonto to Dan's Lone Ranger.
    • Episode #14
      Episode #14
      Season 1 - Episode 14
      4/29/68
      8.1
      The first season finale saw the cast look at the people of america and, led by Judy and Arte, sing 'Cookoo Laugh-In World.'
    • Episode #140
      Episode #140
      Season 6 - Episode 24
      3/12/73
      8.0
    • Episode #103
      Episode #103
      Season 5 - Episode 11
      11/29/71
      8.0
    • Pilot
      Pilot
       
      9/9/67
      8.0
      The pilot episode of Laugh-In featured a look at women, inventions over the years, and the news of the day.
    • Episode #85
      Episode #85
      Season 4 - Episode 19
      1/25/71
      7.9
    • Episode #53
      Episode #53
      Season 3 - Episode 13
      12/8/69
      7.5
      Phyllis Diller flips her wig as she joins the girls as ballerinas. Also, Mod Mod World looks at the truth.
    • Episode #62
      Episode #62
      Season 3 - Episode 22
      2/16/70
      7.5
      Big Dan Blocker comes over from Bonanza to join the fun.
    • Episode #102
      Episode #102
      Season 5 - Episode 10
      11/22/71
      7.5
    • Episode #46
      Episode #46
      Season 3 - Episode 6
      10/20/69
      7.4
      Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, and Romy Schneider join the cast as they take a look at organized crime.
    • Episode #29
      Episode #29
      Season 2 - Episode 15
      1/13/69
      7.4
      Peter Lawford helps the cast look at war and peace, which features a memorable moment with Dan and a Frank Sinatra song.
    • Episode #79
      Episode #79
      Season 4 - Episode 13
      12/7/70
      7.3
      Phil Silvers brings his fast talking character to the show. The show starts with several one-liners, Jilly Rizzo introducing Dan and Dick and Phil saying that the best of comedy is in the past, with Dan and Dick saying there are catchphrases that get laughs now, including 'Sock it to me.' It ends with Phil saying it and getting doused. After the intros, and a short bit, Mod Mod World saluted the comic. This included a look at surprise, the pun, Phil teaching Dennis about visual comedy with a board, several mother-in-law jokes, the great show biz families, Phil trying to get Wolfgang to play the shell game, and Dan tricking Dick into getting a pie in the face, only to get doused with water. Next, more short bits, an optical illusion, and the news, with the Mothers Of Rhythm doing the opening theme. After the tasteful lady objects to a joke by Phil, he thinks she was a burlesque dancer in Detroit, then Edith Ann tells what she did with her uncle's Playboy. Following, more short bits, The Quickies, The Swizzlers, and Big Al covering the new sport of federnik. Then Phil gets Barbara booked on the show, more short bits, Ruth as an etiquette expert teaching how to eat spaghetti, and a bit where Dick uses his new portable phone to try and get a hold of Dan. Then the party, more short bits, Mervin the Magnificent, and Phil as a psychiatrist on the couch with both Dan and Dick. Finally, the conductor, Barbara thinking Phil was in Butch Cassidy, the good nights, the joke wall, the last short bits, and Barbara tap dancing in the bush with Wolfgang.moreless
    • Episode #59
      Episode #59
      Season 3 - Episode 19
      1/26/70
      7.3
      Tony Curtis returns to play Grandfather Farkle and help the cast salute show biz.
    • Episode #18
      Episode #18
      Season 2 - Episode 4
      10/7/68
      7.3
      Robert Culp and France Nyuen join the cast as they salute the fourth estate, while a lady wrestles an alligator and and Dick has a date with an FBI lady.
    • Episode #78
      Episode #78
      Season 4 - Episode 12
      11/30/70
      7.2
      Ernestine the telephone operator (Lily Tomlin) finally gets to meet "Mister Veedel" after all those phone calls.
    • Episode #109
      Episode #109
      Season 5 - Episode 17
      1/24/72
      7.1
    • Episode #58
      Episode #58
      Season 3 - Episode 18
      7.0
      Peter Lawford returns and helps the gang salute women.
    • Episode #126
      Episode #126
      Season 6 - Episode 10
      11/20/72
      7.0
    • Episode #134
      Episode #134
      Season 6 - Episode 18
      1/29/73
      7.0
      Spoofing the Presidency;a mock Presidential conference a la The Tonight Show;an outgoing President refusing to vacate The White House,and a vodka rehearsal for a trip to Moscow.
    • Episode #76
      Episode #76
      Season 4 - Episode 10
      11/16/70
      7.0
      Bob Newhart plays an NBC prop man trying to find a partridge in a pair tree;Adam in the garden of Eden(Ruth Buzzi plays Eve);and the president,searching for relatives to visit on a global goodwill tour.
    • Episode #75
      Episode #75
      Season 4 - Episode 9
      11/9/70
      7.0
      Carl Reiner plays a broadcaster as the Mod,Mod world scans the history of the history of the news media-past,present and present imperfect.Reiner is also Shakespeare reporting a spy mission in incomprehensible verse to the Olde English officers Dan Rowan & Dick Martin.
    • Episode #104
      Episode #104
      Season 5 - Episode 12
      12/13/71
      7.0
    • Episode #21
      Episode #21
      Season 2 - Episode 7
      10/28/68
      6.5
    • Episode #87
      Episode #87
      Season 4 - Episode 21
      2/8/71
      6.5
      Dinah Shore plays a stripper in a mod salute to the working girl, and Mrs. Robinson Crusoe welcoming her long-lost husband.
    • Episode #80
      Episode #80
      Season 4 - Episode 14
      12/14/70
      6.4
    • Episode #24
      Episode #24
      Season 2 - Episode 10
      11/25/68
      6.4
      The show started with a joke wall segment, and I've Got A Secret with Phyllis and the Four Musketeers. After the intros, Dan and Dick talk about Thanksgiving and 'Oh, that Henny Youngman.' Then Tiny Tim sings with Jo Anne, and Joseph Cotten protesting about Polish jokes and telling a Burbank joke. Following was the judge, Judy getting the Sock It To Me, a poem by Henry, and Ruth, who can't say 'know'. Then Charlie and Mitzi, a Burbank joke, and the first short bits. Then Phyllis complains about commercial interruptions, but gets cut off. Coming back, a Burbank joke, more short bits, and the news introduced by Phyllis. The girls did their Cabaret impressions singing the news theme, and Tiny Tim was General Custer. Then Tiny sang with Ruth. Following was a Burbank joke, more short bits, and Tiny and Chelsea sing into the commercial break. Coming back is the second joke wall, and Potpourri, with featured the second judge segment and Tiny Tim singing with Goldie. Then another Burbank joke, more short bits, and Dick talking about his invisible uncle. Then Phyllis led us through a tour of beautiful downtown Burbank, which featured Gladys and Tyrone and Tiny Tim singing with the men. Then, another Burbank joke, more short bits, Dick talking about his invisible uncle again, and the Public Service Department. Finally, another Burbank joke, more short bits, the good nights, the last joke wall and the last short bits.moreless
    • Episode #77
      Episode #77
      Season 4 - Episode 11
      11/23/70
      6.2
      Desi Arnaz appears with his ex-wife at the same time on different shows. The show begins with several one liners, and Dan and Dick explaining that halfway through the show Desi will be playing opposite Lucy. After the intros, the first short bits, Desi enjoying the Scandanavian storyteller, more one-liners, and Alan as chef Julius Child on cooking with liquor. Next, Edith Ann on germ welfare, the Swizzlers, more short bits, and the first news segment, with Desi and the girls singing a Latin version of the news theme. Then the girls interrupt Desi trying to sing, Desi takes a call for his son, more short bits, a man holding vases, and the first party segment. Next, Dick and David talking about the sexual revolution, the second news segment, a series of bad puns starting with Annette Funicello, Ernestine deciding who to give a ringy-dingy too, the Mod World of brevity(which Dick thought dragged a little), and Desi as a car salesman dealing with a customer wanting to buy a car for the advertised price. Following, more short bits, Desi hijacking a plane to Dallas to make sure it goes to Dallas, a Cub Scout troop following tracks, the cast talking to stand-ups, Mervin the Magnificent, more short bits, Ruth with a musical interlude, Dick talking about going hunting, and the second party segment(interrupted by Dennis' basketball player). Next, Arte's professor talking about dinosaurs going extinct, more short bits, Dick talking about taking skydiving lessons, and The Quickies. Then Wolfgang tries to help Desi with his pronouncination, more short bits, the girls interrupting Desi again, and the third news segment, including the closing news theme. Finally, more short bits, Desi explaining what 'babalu' means, the good nights, the joke wall, Uncle Jilly talking to the kids, the last short bits, and Desi with Wolfgang in the bush.moreless
    • Episode #90
      Episode #90
      Season 4 - Episode 24
      3/1/71
      6.1
    • Episode #72
      Episode #72
      Season 4 - Episode 6
      10/19/70
      6.1
    • Episode #99
      Episode #99
      Season 5 - Episode 7
      10/25/71
      6.0
      Emmy-winner Lee Grant taking a rare fling at comedy,plays a subject of a This is Your Life spoof;and absent-minded wife,a survival instuctor for senior citizens, and a fashion spy.Miss Grant joins Alan Sues in a production number"You've got it".
    • Episode #96
      Episode #96
      Season 5 - Episode 4
      10/4/71
      6.0
      Karen Valentine of Room 222 plugs songs for unpleasent occasions.Plays a Southern belle in a light-opera spoof and Dr. Samantha ironsides in a sketch that borrows something from a variety of TV series.Gladys Ormphby(Ruth Buzzi)dreams she's married to Howard Hughes;Colonel Claude interviews a dog and Sara the Singer wheels into a swinging-singles complex.moreless
    • Episode #92
      Episode #92
      Season 4 - Episode 26
      3/15/71
      6.0
      Adm. Far Right denounces the relativly leftist politics of his brother Gen. Bull Right; a Laugh-In look at the world's weird people, and Washington D.C. wins another flying fickle finger of fate award.
    • Episode #112
      Episode #112
      Season 5 - Episode 20
      2/21/72
      6.0
      Sandy Duncan plays a poodle in a mod mod world look at people,dances in a Busby Berkley-style introduction to the Laugh-In news, and Dan & Dick as song-and-dance men.
    • Episode #97
      Episode #97
      Season 5 - Episode 5
      10/11/71
      5.9
    • Episode #69
      Episode #69
      Season 4 - Episode 3
      9/28/70
      5.5
      Goldie Hawn makes a triumphant return to Laugh-In after winning an Oscar, but finds that things haven't changed.
    • Episode #68
      Episode #68
      Season 4 - Episode 2
      9/21/70
      5.4
      Don Rickles returns to help the cast look at the weird, weird world of show biz.
    • Episode #116
      Episode #116
      Season 5 - Episode 24
      3/20/72
      5.0
    • Episode #128
      Episode #128
      Season 6 - Episode 12
      12/4/72
      5.0
      Jack Klugman as filthy farkle,the black sheep of the farkle family,and a floppy eared dog reporting the news from the animal world.A dream sequence finds Gladys Ormphby married to Jack - who turns out to be as sloppy as his Odd Couple character Oscar.
    • Episode #57
      Episode #57
      Season 3 - Episode 17
      1/12/70
      4.0
      Jonathan Winters helps the cast salute the American tourist, and his friend Maude Frickert has a fish fry with the Farkle Family and a run-in with Gladys over Tyrone.
    • Episode #74
      Episode #74
      Season 4 - Episode 8
      11/2/70
      0.0
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