Solid Gold - Season 2

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(ended 1988)

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Episode Guide

  • Solid Gold Countdown 81
    2/15/82
    9.0
    A countdown of the top 40 songs of 1981 hosted by Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo.
    Performers include Air Supply ("The One That You Love"); Kim Carnes ("Bette Davis Eyes"); Sheena Easton("Morning Train 9 to 5"); Hall & Oates ("You Make My Dreams" and "Kiss on My List"); Debbie Harry ("The Tide is High"); Kool & the Gang ("Celebration"); Olivia Newton-John ("Physical"); Little River Band ; Juice Newton ; Eddie Rabbitt ; Rolling Stones; Joey Scarbury("Believe it or Not"); Rick Springfield ; James Taylor and JD Souther("Her Town Too"); and Smokey Robinson ("Being With You").
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  • Marilyn McCoo & Andy Gibb Classics
    9/4/82
    7.5
    Performers include Air Supply ("All Out of Love"); The Dirt Band with Nicolette Larson ("Make a Little Magic"); Gladys Knight & the Pips ("I've Got to Use My Imagination"); Chuck Mangione ("Feels So Good"); Rick Nelson ("It's Late"); Juice Newton ("Angel of the Morning"); and James Brown("Papa's Got a Brand New Bag"). A Countdown of the Grammy Pop Female Vocal performance winner from 1972-1981.
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  • Marilyn McCoo & Andy Gibb Country Gold

    A tribute to country music with performances by Alabama ("Love in the First Degree"); Terri Gibbs ("Somebody's Knockin'"); Roger Miller ("King of the Road"); Ronnie Milsap ("Smokey Mountain Rain"); The Oak Ridge Boys ("Elvira"); The Bellamy Brothers(Let your Love Flow); Rosanne Cash; Bobby Goldsboro; and Jerry Reed.

  • Marilyn McCoo &; Peter Noone
    8/7/82
    0.0
    Guests include co-host Peter Noone ("Give Me Just a Little More Time"), Lisa Hartman ("Hidin' From Love"), Patrice Rushen ("Forget Me Nots"), Randy Crawford, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Billy Davis Jr., and Leo Sayer. Comedy with Marty Cohen. A duet from Marilyn & Peter Noone("A Kind of Hush").
  • Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard
    7/31/82
    7.5

    Marilyn McCoo welcomes co-host Cliff Richard ("Where Do We Go From Here"); Karla Bonoff ("Personally"); The Dazz Band ("Let It Whip"); Christopher Atkins; and Laura Branigan("Gloria"). A duet by Cliff & Marilyn("We Don't talk Anymore"). Player performs their 1977 hit "Baby Come Back" and "If Looks Could Kill".

  • Marilyn McCoo & Cliff Richard
    7/24/82
    8.5
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes co-host Cliff Richard (co-host); Sheena Easton ("Savoir Faire"); Aretha Franklin ("Jump to It"); John Cougar Mellencamp ("Hurts So Good"); The Motels ("Only the Lonely"); Soft Cell ("Tainted Love"); Nicolette Larson(I Only Want to be with You); and Eddie Money. A duet by Marilyn and Cliff Richard ("Suddenly").
  • Marilyn McCoo & Mel Tillis
    7/17/82
    7.6
    Marilyn welcomes co-host Mel Tillis ("The One That Got Away") and performers including Melissa Manchester ("You Should Hear How She Talks About You"); Scott Baio ("What Was in That Kiss"); Greg Kihn Band ("Happy Man"); Missing Persons ("Words"); Kathy Sledge & David Simmons ("All the Man I Need"); and Bertie Higgins ("Just Another Day in Paradise"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame & Marty Cohen.A duet from Mel & Marilyn closes the show.moreless
  • Marilyn McCoo & Chuck Mangione
    7/10/82
    0.0
    Marilyn & Chuck welcome performers Cher ("I Paralyze"); The Rolling Stones ("Goin' to a Go-Go" music video); Stephanie Mills ("Last Night"); Lacy J. Dalton ("Slow Down"); The T-Birds w/ Adrian Zmed (song from the Grease 2 soundtrack); and Rose Royce ("Still In Love"). Marilyn & Chuck perform the duet "Chase the Clouds Away". Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame. Marilyn performs "Any Day now".moreless
  • Marilyn McCoo & Rex Smith
    7/3/82
    7.8
    Marilyn & Rex welcome The Gap Band ("Early In the Morning"), The Osmonds ("I Think About Your Lovin'"), Ray Parker Jr. ("The Other Woman"), Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons (medley of hits), Martin Mull ("Talk Dirty To Me"), and The Waitresses ("I Know What Boys Like"). Rex sings "Forever" and joins Marilyn McCoo for a cover of Carl Carlton's "Everlasting Love."moreless
  • Marilyn McCoo & Shaun Cassidy
    6/26/82
    7.7
    Marilyn & Shaun welcome Kool & the Gang ("Get Down On It"); Bonnie Raitt; Moon Zappa ("Valley Girl"); Franke and the Knockouts ("Without You"); Charley Pride; Bobby Womack; and Gary Shandling. Shaun Cassidy performs his 1977 hit "That's Rock 'N' Roll," and sings a duet with Marilyn McCoo ("Always on My Mind"). Comedy from Marty Cohen plus Wayland Flowers & Madame.moreless
  • Marilyn McCoo & Glenn Shorrock
    6/19/82
    7.8
    Glen Shorrock, the co-host of this week's episode was the former lead singer of the Little River Band (LRB). Other performers include Karla Bonoff ("Personally"), Larry Graham ("Don't Stop When You're Hot"), Haircut One Hundred ("Love Plus One"), Hall & Oates ("Did It in a Minute"), T.G. Sheppard ("Finally"), and Joe Cocker. A duet by Glenn & Marilyn of "Reminiscing" and "Take it Easy on Me".
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  • Marilyn McCoo & Charlie Daniels
    6/12/82
    0.0
    Marilyn & Charlie welcome Paul Davis ("'65 Love Affair"), Ashford & Simpson ("Street Corner"), The Motels ("Only The Lonely"), Quarterflash ("Right Kind Of Love"), Elton John, and Calamity Jane. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.
  • Marilyn McCoo & Scott Baio
    6/5/82
    0.0
    Marilyn welcomes co-host Scott Baio ("Wanted for Love"), Alabama ("Mountain Music"), Stevie Nicks ("Edge of Seventeen"), War ("You Got The Power"), John Cougar Mellencamp, Peter Noone, and Jean-Luc Ponty. Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame.
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 34
    5/29/82
    7.4
    Performers include The Righteous Brothers ("You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" and "(You're My) Soul and Inspiration"); The Human League; Sheena Easton; Conway Twitty; Charlene("I've Never Been To Me"); and comedian-impressionist Fred Travalena. A music video by Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder ("Ebony and Ivory").
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 33 Classics
    Classics are performed by The Allman Brothers Band, Chuck Berry, Harry Chapin, Dr. Hook, Leo Sayer, Neil Sedaka, The Four Tops ("I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)"), and Olivia Newton-John ("Rest Your Love On Me").
  • Marilyn McCoo & Leo Sayer Show 32
    5/15/82
    8.0
    Marilyn McCoo welcomes co-host Leo Sayer ("Have You Ever Been In Love"); Jay Ferguson ("Tonite (Fallin' For Ya)"); Greg Guidry ("Going Down"); James Ingram ("One Hundred Ways"); Quarterflash ("Find Another Fool"); and Rick Springfield ("Don't Talk to Strangers"). Roger Miller performs his 1965 hit "England Swings." Leo Sayer and Marilyn McCoo sing a medley of "When I Need You"/"More Than I Can Say." A Solid Gold video by The Rolling Stones ("Hang Fire"). Comedy by Wayland Flowers & Madam, plus Marty Cohen.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 31 Classics
    Performers include Cliff Richard ("Dreaming" 1980); Kool & the Gang ("Ladies' Night"); Judy Collins ("Send In the Clowns"); Glen Campbell("Rhinestone Cowboy"); Poco; Rex Smith; and Paul Williams.
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 30
    5/1/82
    8.0
    Performers include Dr. Hook ("Baby Makes her Blue Jeans Talk"); Melissa Manchester ("You Should Hear How She Talks about You"); Air Supply ("Sweet Dreams"); The Bellamy Brothers; Huey Lewis & the News("Do you Believe in Love"); Olivia Newton-John("Make a Move on Me"); and Eddie Rabbitt.
    Andy Gibb sings his 1978 hit "Shadow Dancing."
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  • Marilyn McCoo & Jerry Reed
    4/10/82
    0.0
    Marilyn welcomes co-host Jerry Reed ("The Man with the Golden Thumb"); Rick Springfield ("Don't Talk to Strangers"); the Go-Go's ("We Got the Beat"); The Charlie Daniels Band ("Still in Saigon"); Ray Parker Jr. ("The Other Woman"); and Deniece Williams ("It's Gonna Take a Miracle"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame. A duet by Marilyn and Jerry Reed.moreless
  • Marilyn McCoo & Lou Rawls
    4/3/82
    0.0
    Marilyn and co-host Lou Rawls ("Lady Love") welcome Sister Sledge ("We Are Family" and "My Guy"); Cliff Richard ("Daddy's Home"); Ed Bruce ("You're the Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had"); Bill Champlin ("Take It Uptown"); Prism ("Don't Let Him Know"); and Bobby Womack ("If You Think You're Lonely Now"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame. A duet by Marilyn & Lou Rawls.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 27
    3/27/82
    7.5

    Andy & Marilyn welcome The Allman Brothers Band ("Two Rights"); Lacy J. Dalton ("Wild Turkey"); Bertie Higgins ("Key Largo"); Thelma Houston ("If You Feel It"); Bonnie Raitt ("Keep This Heart in Mind"); and Stevie Woods ("Just Can't Win 'Em All"). A duet by Marilyn and Thelma Houston ("Don't leave me this way"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame. Plus, an appearance by Rich Little.

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  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 26
    3/20/82
    0.0
    Andy & Marilyn welcome Sheena Easton ("Modern Girl" & "A Little Tenderness"); Rick James ("Ghetto Life"); and Buckner & Garcia ("Pac-Man Fever"). Mary MacGregor performs her 1977 #1 hit "Torn Between Two Lovers." Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 25
    3/13/82
    7.0
    Andy & Marilyn welcome the All Sports Band ("Jet Set"), Chubby Checker ("Running"), Judy Collins ("It's Gonna Be One of Those Nights"), David Frizzell & Shelly West ("Another Honky-Tonk Night on Broadway"), James Ingram ("One Hundred Ways"), and Skyy ("Call Me"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame. An appearance by Rich Little. A solo by Marilyn "Wedding Bell Blues".moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 24
    3/6/82
    7.6
    Andy and Marilyn welcome Tommy Tutone ("867-5309/Jenny"), Alabama ("Love in the First Degree"), Rick Springfield ("Love Is Alright Tonite"), Irene Cara ("Anyone Can See"), The Henry Paul Band ("Keeping Our Love Alive"), and Patti Austin. Mel Carter performs his 1965 classic "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me." Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame. A countdown of the week's top 10 hits.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 23
    2/27/82
    0.0
    Performers include Air Supply ("Sweet Dreams"); George Benson ("Turn Your Love Around"); Aretha Franklin ("Hold On I'm Comin'"); Quarterflash ("Find Another Fool"); and Dottie West.
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 22
    2/20/82
    7.7
    Andy & Marilyn welcome Sheena Easton ("You Could Have Been with Me"); Hall & Oates ("You've Lost That Lovin Feelin"); the Rolling Stones ("Waiting on a Friend" music video); James Brown ("I Got You, I Feel Good"); Go-Go's("We Got the Beat"); Madleen Kane ("You Can"); and Crystal Gayle ("You Never Gave Up on Me").
    A duet by Andy & Marilyn ("Through the Years").
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  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 21
    2/14/82
    0.0
    Andy & Marilyn welcome Grammy winners Debby Boone ("You Light Up My Life"), Christopher Cross ("Sailing"), Jose Feliciano ("Light My Fire"), Crystal Gayle ("Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue?"), Gloria Gaynor ("I Will Survive"), and Gladys Knight & the Pips ("Midnight Train to Georgia").
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 20
    2/7/82
    8.0
    Andy & Marilyn welcome Rick Springfield ("Love Is Alright Tonite"), Devo ("Jerkin' Back 'n' Forth"), The Little River Band ("Take It Easy on Me"), Kool and the Gang ("Steppin' Out"), and Mickey Gilley ("Lonely Nights"). George Carlin does a comedy routine titled "A Place for My Stuff." Regulars include Marty Cohen and Wayland Flowers & Madame. Marilyn peforms a solo ("I Can't Go for That").moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 19
    1/30/82
    0.0
    Andy & Marilyn welcome KISS ("I" and "A World Without Heroes"), The Four Tops ("When She Was My Girl"), Ronnie Laws ("There's a Way"), Olivia Newton-John ("Make a Move on Me"), Alicia Bridges ("I Love the Nightlife") and Eddie Rabbitt ("Someone Could Lose a Heart Tonight").
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 18
    1/23/82
    7.8
    Andy & Marilyn welcome Hall & Oates ("I Can't Go for That"), Lou Rawls ("You'll Never Find Another Love like Mine"), Jermaine Jackson ("I'm Just Too Shy"), Conway Twitty ("Red Neckin' Love Makin' Night"), The Time ("Cool"), and David Gates. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 17
    1/16/82
    8.1
    The Go-Go's open the show with the week's #10 song "Our Lips are Sealed". Billy Joel performs "She's Got a Way". Neil Sedaka with "What have they done to My town". Steve Wariner performs "All Roads Lead to You". Jose Feliciano with "I Wanna Be Where You Are". Andy Gibb with the #5 song "Coming in and Out of Your Life". Roberta Flack's Solid Gold Classic "Feel Like Making Love". Del Shannon's Pick Hit "Sea of Love". Madame chats with the dancers and Neil Sedaka for Rolling Stuff magazine. A duet by Neil & Marilyn "The Hungry Years".

    Comedy by Marty Cohen. See 'Recap' for Solid Gold's Top 10.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 16
    1/9/82
    7.9
    Andy & Marilyn welcome Dottie West ("It's High Time"); Earth Wind and Fire ("Let's Groove"); Quarterflash ("Harden My Heart"); Bob Welch ("Two to Do"); and Marie Osmond ("I've Got a Bad Case of You"). A duet by Andy & Marie Osmond (Just Once). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame.
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Christmas Show
    Andy & Marilyn welcome Freda Payne ("Band of Gold"), John Schneider ("Katey's Christmas Card"), Loverboy ("Working for the Weekend"), Peaches & Herb ("Bluer than Blue"), and Paul Williams ("Making Believe"). Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame. Marilyn and Andy conclude the show with a duet of "Why do Fools Fall in Love".moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 14
    12/12/81
    0.0
    Melba Moore opens the show with "Take My Love." Gladys Knight and the Pips perform "I Will Fight." The #8 Song is Rod Stewart's "Young Turks" (music video). The Canadian band Chilliwack performs their hit "My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone)." Country duo The Bellamy Brothers do "You're My Favorite Star." Marilyn McCoo covers the Commodores' song "Oh No." Rex Smith sings "Remember The Love Songs." Punk rockers Wendy O'Williams and The Plasmatics perform "Black Leather Monster." Following the song, Wendy O'Williams talks with Madame (the puppet). Gladys Knight & Andy Gibb sing "Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me." See 'Recap' for Solid Gold's Top 10.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 13
    12/5/81
    7.6
    Performers include Joey Scarbury ("Believe It or Not"), The Bee Gees ("Living Eyes"), Paul Williams("Evergreen"), Alabama ("Love in the First Degree"), and Curtis Mayfield and The Los Angeles Dodgers' Big Blue Wrecking Crew ("We Are the Champions"). Andy performs "Trying to Live my life without You" 1. Air Supply: Here I Am 2. Olivia Newton-John: Physical 3. Commodores: Oh No 4. Foreigner: Waiting for a Girl Like You 5. Police: Every Little Thing She Does is Magic 6. Journey: Don't Stop Believin' 7. Bob Seger: Trying to Live My Life Without You (performed by Andy) 8. Rod Stewart: Young Turks 9. Barry Manilow: The Old Songs 10. Genesis: No Reply at Allmoreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 12
    11/28/81
    7.8
    Performers include Chris Christian ("I Want You, I Need You"), Natalie Cole ("These Eyes" and "Nothin' But a Fool"), Hall & Oates ("Private Eyes"), Iron City Houserockers ("Friday Night"), Fred Knoblock ("Memphis"), John Schneider ("Them Good Ol' Boys Are Bad") and The Spinners ("You Go Your Way, I'll Go Mine"). Marilyn performs the #5 song "The Night Owls".moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 11 Classics
    This episode spotlights hits from past years: Peaches & Herb open the show with their 1979 single "Shake Your Groove Thing." The Pointer Sisters perform "He's So Shy," their 1980 hit. Robbie Dupree does his 1980 recording "Hot Rod Hearts." Johnny Mathis sings "Chances Are," his #1 classic from 1957. Rick Nelson performs his 1958 record "Believe What You Say." Marilyn McCoo sings "Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In," which she originally recorded with the 5th Dimension. The Commodores perform their 1977 hit "Easy." Rita Coolidge sings her 1977 hit"(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher." Rupert Holmes performs his 1979 single "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)." Also, the Solid Gold Dancers present classic hits from 1969.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 10 Classics
    Performers include Crystal Gayle ("Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"); Rod Stewart ("Passion"); Debbie Harry ("Call Me"); The Little River Band ("Lonesome Loser"); The Spinners ("Working My Way Back to You"); Sister Sledge; Billy Preston ("Nothing from Nothing"); and Lulu. Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame and Marty Cohen. A countdown of hits from 1973.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 9
    11/7/81
    7.6
    Performers include Burton Cummings ("You Saved My Soul"); Sheena Easton ("For Your Eyes Only" & "Morning Train"); Journey ("Who's Cryin' Now?"); Olivia Newton-John ("Physical"); and Jerry Reed ("Patches"). Comedy from Marty Cohen, plus Wayland Flowers and Madame.
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 8
    10/31/81
    7.7
    Performers include special guest Anne Murray ("Could I Have This Dance?"); Air Supply ("Here I Am"); Pat Benatar ("Promises in the Dark"); The Four Tops ("When She Was My Girl"); Don McLean ("Castles in the Air"); Stevie Woods ("Steal the Night"); Danny & the Juniors ("At the Hop"); and the Greg Kihn Band ("The Girl Most Likely").
    Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame, plus Marty Cohen. Marilyn has a solo with "Who's Cryin Now".moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 7
    10/24/81
    8.1
    Performers include A Taste of Honey ("Boogie Oogie Oogie"); Rick Springfield ("I've Done Everything for You"); Nicolette Larson("Fool Me Again"); Conway Twitty; Balance; Carl Carlton ("She's a Bad Mama Jama"); and Freddy Cannon & the Belmonts.
    Andy does a solo of the Dan Fogelberg song "Hard to Say." Freddy Cannon joins Andy & Marilyn for a medley of Cannon's hits.
    Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame, plus Marty Cohen.
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  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 6
    10/17/81
    7.0
    Performers include Aretha Franklin and George Benson ("Love All The Hurt Away"); Rita Coolidge ("The Closer You Get"); David Lindley ("Mercury Blues"); The Allman Brothers Band; and James Ingram. Rita Coolidge sings her 1978 hit "The Way You Do the Things You Do." Additional song: "Wedding Bell Blues." Comedy from Wayland Flowers & Madame plus Marty Cohen.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 5
    10/10/81
    7.8
    Performers include special guest Cliff Richard ("Wired for Sound"); Billy Idol ("Mony Mony"); Eddie Rabbitt ("Step by Step"); Kool & the Gang; Albert Hammond; Little River Band ("The Night Owls"); and Johnny Lee. An interview with Anne Murray. Comedy from Mack and Jamie plus Wayland Flowers and Madame. Cliff & Marilyn sing "Dreamin" to close the show.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & co-host Marilyn McCoo Show 4
    Performers include Victoria Principal ("All I Have To Do Is Dream" duet with Andy Gibb), The Afternoon Delights ("General HospiTale"), Chuck Berry ("Roll Over Beethoven"), NOVO Combo ("Up Periscope"), Poco ("Widowmaker"), Charley Pride ("Never Been So Loved in All My Life"), The Rolling Stones ("Start Me Up" music video), and Stacey Lattisaw. Comedy from Mack & Jamie plus Marty Cohen.moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 3
    9/26/81
    9.0
    Andy & Marilyn welcome Special Guest star Crystal Gayle ("The Woman in Me"), Adam & the Ants ("Stand & Deliver"), David Gates ("The Goodbye Girl"), Tim Goodman ("New Romeo"), Rick James ("Super Freak"), Billy Joel ("Say Goodbye to Hollywood"), Eddie Rabbitt (interview), and Ronnie McDowell. Comedy from Wayland Flowers and Madame, and Mack & Jamie. Marilyn sings the #8 song ("For your Eyes Only").moreless
  • Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 2
    9/19/81
    0.0
    Performers include Mickey Gilley ("You Don't Know Me"), Robbie Patton ("Don't Give It Up"), Peaches & Herb ("Freeway"), Poco ("Widowmaker"), and Gary Wright ("Really Wanna Know You"), Kim Carnes, The Oak Ridge Boys, and Rod Stewart.
  • Season 2 Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo Show 1
    Andy Gibb & Marilyn McCoo take over as hosts of the show. Performers include Special Guest star Olivia Newton-John("Physical"), plus Sister Sledge ("He's Just a Runaway"), Ronnie Milsap ("There's No Getting over Me"), Mickey Gilley, Air Supply ("Here I Am (Just When I Thought I Was Over You)"), Gladys Knight and the Pips ("Midnight Train to Georgia"), Robbie Patton, and the comedy of Mack and Jamie. An interview with Lionel Richie. Marilyn performs the #4 song "Slow Hand." Olivia and Andy duet with "Rest Your Love on Me".moreless
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