Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

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NBC (ended 1973)

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7.8
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  • The best way to describe Laugh-In would be "vaudeville with a '60's mentality." The fact that much of the humor is still topical today makes it a classic.

    8.5
    One of the most ground breaking shows in history, Laugh-In is a classic for several reasons: Memorable characters(Gladys Ormphby, Tyrone F. Horneigh, Ernestine the telephone operator), catchphrases("You bet your sweet bippy," "Look that up in your Funk & Wagnall's," "Say goodnight, Dick") and a self-depricating attitude that almost begged to watch another show(mentioning Gumsmoke and whatever was on ABC). Many of the jokes were older than television itself, but the pace of the show was unlike any other that had been seen before. The overall vibe of the show is one of a party, one that always pleased the viewer every week. All in all, one of the best ever produced.