There were several bloopers included, out takes from different episodes, including Bob Hope with Wolfgang, Dan trying to say he was heterosexual, Goldie and the trap door and Pamela with a bleeped line.
The short bits included Judy getting married, Sid Caesar on the slave ship, Dick and the elevator and the girls(and Alan) doing the 'I-admire-you-very-much-and-want-to-shake-your-hand' bit with James Garner.
The short bits included Alan punching Dennis in the mouth for various reasons; Dick and Liza in a Gone With The Wind parody as Brett and Charlotte; Alan helping Liza at the post office, in which most of them end with Liza saying she just loves Alan; and the cast talking with Liza and the guest stars, as well as one-liners from them.
The short bits included Dennis and Johnny getting people on a stretcher; Gary reading safety hints; Lily as an air traffic controller hearing may day calls; Richard and Barbara as a newly married couple entering the honeymoon suite; Barbara, Lily, and Ann as nuns; Ruth welcoming her gorilla husband to bed; one-liners from Henny; Pat as a rickshaw driver; and the cast talking to Martha and Buffalo Bob with Howdy Doody.
The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate Award went to the Texas State Legistature, for approving, without a dissenting vote, a resolution praising Albert DiSalvo, better known as the Boston Strangler, for 'noted activities and unconvential techniques involving population control.' One representative was trying to illustrate how carelessly state legislators sign obscure special bills, but the state legislature voted it unanimously.
The Flying Fickle Finger Of Fate Award went to the Florida State Divison of Family Services for denying Medicaid benefits because they can not provide a projected date of death.
The short bits included Sammy as the judge, Dennis and Johnny playing badminton, and Rosmenko(Arte) having trouble opening a door.
There was no news segment, the news set was used for the Q and A session between the cast and William F. Buckley. Also, Lily Tomlin asked questions as both herself and her Ernestine character.
The short bits included Ann having problems putting her garbage in the garbage can, Alan avoiding walking under a ladder(to disatrous results), and Arte as a witch doctor trying to cure Ruth.
The short bits included Dennis having trouble sitting in a chair, Arte having trouble with a quill pen, the cast talking with Phil, and Dennis as a boxer getting knocked out by everyone.
The short bits included Dennis in bed outside; Dick having trouble with a six-pack of beer; the cast talking with Glenn and Desi; one-liners with Phyllis, Rod, and David; Rosmenko trying to use a washroom sink; Ann as Cinderella and Alan(doing his Jo Anne Worley impression) as her fairy godmother; more optical illusions from Gary; and Alan ringing doorbells of various businesses.
The short bits included Ruth as a fortune teller; the cast at a seance; Ruth as a witch being burned and Dennis as the villager burning her; a coffin being opened, the cast answering trick-or-treats at the door; Ruth as a protester holding a sign saying 'Repent-The End Is Near'; Dick as Dr. Frankenstein, Dennis as Igor, and Alan as the monster; Arte as a werewolf; the cast talking with Orson; Mervin the Magnificent opening the coffin; funny gravestones; and Dennis as a mortician.
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.
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.
The short bits included cast members talking to Tim Conway, Goldie talking to Carol Channing, Alan and Ruth as bank robbers, and Goldie as a waitress in a diner.
The Flying Fickle Finger of Fate Award went to the American went to the American Medical Assosciation for approving a public relations campaign, but rejected proposals to improve health care. Dan said it seemed that the AMA was 'more interested in a healthy image than in a healthy country.'
The Wonderful World Of Whoopee Award went to the Pacific Lighting Service Company of Los Angeles(aka the gas company) for converting more than 1000 of their delivery trucks to run on natural gas.
The short bits included Goldie trying to thread a needle, Nancy at the counter of a store, Milton as a magaician, one liners from Mickey, the cast with Edgar Bergen(and Charlie and Mortimer), and Buddy talking with his son.
The running gag for the show was Milton being booed and berated by the cast; mostly involving Henry. First, he recieved a gift that when opened, he heard boos. Then he recieved a phone call with boos at the other end, and when he complained to Dan, Dan booed him. Then he recieved a rose for a great comic; when he said it wasn't a rose, Henry said, 'Well, you're no Henny Youngman.' Then Milton and Henry had a bit with makeup, though it was a small puff. Then Milton received a gift for a great comic, though Henry asked him to give it to Jack Carter. Finally, the last two had him receiving applause, but Jeremy and Henry got him.