The Carol Burnett Show - Season 8

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Episode Guide

  • Family Show
    Family Show
    Episode 24
    4/5/75
    10
    "The Family" – Mama and Eunice visit Ed at the hardware store · "Lullaby Medley" – Carol and Vicki sing · "When Your Lover Has Gone" – Carol sings in the shower · "The Old Clock Maker" – Tim is the oldest living clock maker
  • with Jean Stapleton and Phil Silvers
    3/29/75
    10
    "TV Commercials" – Mr. Coffee, sleeping pills, life insurance · "Hallway Encounter" – a feminist (Jean) argues with a man (Harvey) who holds a door open for her
  • with Steve Lawrence and Sally Struthers
    "The Boring Twenties" – takeoff on "The Roaring Twenties"
  • with Roddy McDowall and Bernadette Peters
    "The Family" – Eunice, Ed, and Mama visit Philip (McDowall) in California · "The Typists" – Carol and Bernadette are two secretaries who do everything in unison
  • with Wayne Rogers and Buddy Ebson
    3/8/75
    10
    WWII sketch
  • with Tim Conway and Dick Patterson
    2/22/75
    10
    Eunice and Ed argue after Momma has an accident and moves in with them. Harvey, a detective interviews "The World's Oldest Man" after he witnesses a murder. "The Stick-ups" – a series of robberies at a bar. Carol and Vicki sing "if Momma Was Married" Carol is Cleopatra and Harvey is Anthony in the musical number "Up a Lazy River".moreless
  • with Rock Hudson and Nancy Walker
    2/15/75
    10
    "When My Baby Laughs At Me" – a musical takeoff · "TV Commercials" – pantyhose, razors, vitamins
  • with Tim Conway and The Pointer Sisters
    "Up Your Income" – Stella Toddler (Carol) appears on a game show · "Nora Desmond" – Max finds a substitute for himself (Tim)
  • with William Conrad and The Jackson Five
    "The Family" – Mama has a new beau (Conrad) · "Laurel and Hardy Pantomime" – Conrad sings about silent movie comedians
  • with Tim Conway
    with Tim Conway
    Episode 15
    1/11/75
    10
    "Pirates of Penzance" takeoff
  • with Vincent Price and Joan Rivers
    1/4/75
    10
    TV series spoofs – "The Walnuts," among others · "Ham Actors" – Funt and Mundane's understudies (Vincent and Vicki) want to go on · A distinguished author's (Vincent) book signing and TV interview are interrupted by an obnoxious fan (Carol) · "Sarah and the Moose"
  • with Alan Alda
    with Alan Alda
    Episode 13
    12/21/74
    10
    "Nobody Does It Like Me" – Christmas rush at a department store · "The Family" – Eunice's brother (Alan) visits for Christmas · "Morton of the Movies" · Salute to New York
  • with Carl Reiner and Ken Berry
    12/14/74
    10
    "Disaster '75" – "Airport" spoof
  • with Steve Lawrence, Tim Conway, and Steven Warner
  • with Maggie Smith and Tim Conway
    11/23/74
    10
    "A Visit From Karen" – a couple is visited by an old friend who is now famous
  • with John Byner and Helen Reddy
    11/16/74
    10
    "The Pick-ups" – two men try to pick up women at a singles bar · "The Family" – playing the board game "Sorry" · Salute to Women Songwriters
  • with John Byner and Ken Mars
    11/9/74
    10
    "Mr. Globe" contest · Vicki sings "Rolling Down The Hills" · "The Kiss-off" – a woman (Carol) makes a scene in a restaurant while breaking up with her boyfriend · "The Soap Opera Watcher" – a woman (Carol) is addicted to soap operas · "Dreams" – a married couple each dream that they are with other peoplemoreless
  • with Alan King and Lena Zavaroni
    11/2/74
    10
    "Sidewalk Stars" – two old movie stars are reunited at the Hollywood Walk of Fame · "Fans" – fans at a baseball game · "The Package" – a woman claims a gift that she finds at a bus stop
  • with Eydie Gorme and Rich Little
    10/26/74
    10
    Salute to Alfred Hitchcock · "Silent Night" – a couple argues through actions, not words
  • with Telly Savalas and The Smothers Brothers
    "The Family" – Eunice, Ed, and Mama visit brother Jack (Tom Smothers) in the hospital · "Poppi Le Moko" – "Algiers" spoof with Carol as Hedy Lamarr · "The Broken Merger" – two men discuss a merger as if it were a love affair
  • with Jack Weston and Michele Lee
    10/5/74
    8.6
    Salute to Stephen Sondheim
  • with James Coco and The Pointer Sisters
    "One Way Ticket" – star-crossed lovers on a cruise
    · "Parkay Margarine" – a woman argues with her tub of margarine
    · "Krojack"
    · "Blind Date" – a man (James) is nervous
    · Musical numbers – "Steam Heat" (Pointer Sisters); "Salt Peanuts" (Pointers, Carol)
  • with Steve Lawrence
    9/21/74
    10
    "Nora Desmond" – S. Lawrence as emcee of a celebrity roast of Nora
  • with Jim Nabors
    with Jim Nabors
    Episode 1
    9/14/74
    10
    "The Ringo Kid"
    · Carol as a cabaret singer
    · Jim Nabors sings "One Life"
    · "The Family" – Eunice, Ed and Mama come back from church
    · Salute to Vaudeville