The Carol Burnett Show - Season 10

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Episode Guide

  • Tenth Anniversary Show
    4/2/77
    9.7
  • with Ken Berry
    with Ken Berry
    Episode 23
    3/26/77
    10
    "Babes In Barns" – spoof on Mickey Rooney / Judy Garland musicals
  • with Neil Sedaka
    with Neil Sedaka
    Episode 22
    3/19/77
    10
  • with Hal Linden
    with Hal Linden
    Episode 21
    3/5/77
    10
    "Showboat" spoof
  • with Ben Vereen
    with Ben Vereen
    Episode 20
    2/26/77
    10
    Salute to Harold Arlen
  • with Eydie Gorme
    with Eydie Gorme
    Episode 19
    2/12/77
    10
  • with Helen Reddy
    with Helen Reddy
    Episode 18
    2/5/77
    9.7
    Salute to Songs of the '60's
  • with Rock Hudson and Steve Lawrence
    1/29/77
    9.4
    "The Newscasters" – a husband and wife news team argue while doing the news · "Mrs. Wiggins' Lunch Date" – Mrs. Wiggins (Carol) has a millionaire date, but wants to dump him
  • Family Show
    Family Show
    Episode 16
    1/22/77
    9.5
  • with Glen Campbell
    with Glen Campbell
    Episode 15
    1/15/77
    9.5
    "A Star Is Born" spoof · Scientists working on a swine flu vaccine · Blue-collar worker and frumpy wife sketch
  • Family Show
    Family Show
    Episode 14
    12/25/76
    9.0
  • with Dick Van Dyke
    with Dick Van Dyke
    Episode 13
    12/18/76
    10
    Dick and Carol sing "My Coloring Book". Harvey and Vicki are suspects being grilled by detective Tim. Carol is a wall flower at a party, Dick - a nerdy suitor. Shirley Temple is parodied in "Little Miss Showbiz".
  • with Betty White
    with Betty White
    Episode 12
    12/11/76
    9.5
    "The Family" – Ellen and Eunice fight over items they find as the family cleans out Mama's attic
    · Carol and Betty as aging cheerleaders
    · One patron advises another on how to palm off a counterfeit $20 bill
  • with Alan King
    with Alan King
    Episode 11
    12/4/76
    9.5
    "The Session" – woman's first visit to a shrink
    · "Salute to Warner Bros." - spoofs of "The Fountainhead," "They Died With Their Boots On," "Casablanca" and "Night & Day"
    · Salute to Busby Berkeley
  • with The Pointer Sisters
    11/27/76
    9.7
    "Mr. Tudball and Mrs. Wiggins" - Tudball tries to get Mrs. Wiggins to lie for him
    · The Old Man (Tim) as a repairman of musical instruments entrusted by a concert violinist with his Stradivarius
    · The Pointers sing "Having a Party
    · An English lady and her butler try to do in her boring husband
    · Salute to Ray Charlesmoreless
  • with Ken Berry
    with Ken Berry
    Episode 9
    11/20/76
    9.4
    "Mildred Fierce" - Carol as title character, Vicki as her evil daughter, Harvey as her suitor, Tim as police lieutenant
    · "The Hot Dog Stand" - Tim as the world's oldest living hot dog vendor
    · Salute to Johnny Mercer
  • with Dinah Shore
    with Dinah Shore
    Episode 8
    11/13/76
    9.9
    Business professionals (Carol and Harvey) discuss his marriage proposal in the style of a business meeting
    · Dinah Shore sings "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover"
    · Tim's "oldest living man" as a butcher – with Harvey as an impatient customer
    · "Went With The Wind" – this "Gone With The Wind" spoof features Carol as Starlett O'Hara, Vicki as Sissey, Tim as Brashley Wilkes, Dinah as Melody, and Harvey as Capt. Ratt Butler
    · Basin Street Blues – finalemoreless
  • with Kay Cole
    with Kay Cole
    Episode 7
    11/6/76
    9.8
    "Rain Medley" – Cole and Carol sing
    · A soldier in the desert tries to convince his superior that a bar and barmaid he sees aren't mirages
    · A distraught driver visits the man she backed over in a parking lot
  • with Roddy McDowall
    10/30/76
    9.5
    Roddy plays a documentary maker in Harvey's operating room, Vicki sings "Hollywood Seven" and Carol, Harvey and Roddy do a number about the silent films of yesterday.
  • with Steve Lawrence
    10/23/76
    9.8
    "Kitchen Commercials"
    · "The Comedian" – a night-club comic (S. Lawrence) bombs with his wife (Carol)
    · Reformed soap-opera addict gets hooked again
    · Army officer relies on inept private to load and fire a cannon
  • with Madeline Kahn
    with Madeline Kahn
    Episode 4
    10/16/76
    9.6
    "The Family" – Eunice and her eccentric co-star (Kahn) rehearse for a play
  • Family Show
    Family Show
    Episode 3
    10/9/76
    9.8
    Spoof of "National Velvet"
    · Salute to Las Vegas
  • with Sammy Davis, Jr.
    10/2/76
    9.4
    "The Slave Ship" – Sammy as a galley slave · "Her Majesty and the Mob" – the queen's loan comes due
  • with Jim Nabors
    with Jim Nabors
    Episode 1
    9/25/76
    9.6
    "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" spoof
    · "The Family" - Eunice wins a parlor game
    · A tired businessman (Tim) tries to get peace and quiet in a noisy motel
    · Nabors sings "Let Me Be There"