Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In - Season 1

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  • Episode #14
    Episode #14
    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 #13
    Episode #13
    Episode 13
    4/22/68
    10

    Tim Conway returns as the cast salutes advertising.

  • Episode #12
    Episode #12
    Episode 12
    4/15/68
    8.1
    Kaye Ballard and John Byner join the cast to look at the law.
  • Episode #11
    Episode #11
    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 #10
    Episode #10
    Episode 10
    4/1/68
    9.4
    Flip Wilson joins the fun again as the cast salutes communications.
  • Episode #9
    Episode #9
    Episode 9
    3/25/68
    9.1
    Sammy Davis Jr. makes his first appearance along with fellow Rat Packer Joey Bishop.
  • Episode #8
    Episode #8
    Episode 8
    3/11/68
    8.3
    Sonny Bono plays with a seal, plays Paul Revere, and plays without Cher in this episode.
  • Episode #7
    Episode #7
    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 #6
    Episode #6
    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 #5
    Episode #5
    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
  • Episode #4
    Episode #4
    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 #3
    Episode #3
    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
    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 #1
    Episode #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.
  • 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.
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