Commercials: Certs & Trident Gum
--Don Adams opening monologue (jokes about filling out income tax forms, business deductions)
--The Half Brothers (comedic jugglers) - towards the end of their routine, throw flaming tourches to each other.
--Don Adams starts to tell a joke but is interrupted by the Half Brothers who want to do one more juggling stunt.
--Barrie Chase (dancer) - sings "Son of a Preacher Man" in a production with four male dancers.
Commercial: Raleigh and Bel-Air cigarettes
--Buth Buzzi and Alan Sues (comedians, from "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In") - do a comedy routine about a woman visiting her jailed husband.
Commercial: Playtex Living Longline Bra and Playtex 18 hour girdle (elegant woman: "My girdle is killing me")
--The Lettermen sing "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" and "Light My Fire"
--Don Adams - in a comedy monologue, does a salute to British colonial military movies such as "The Charge of the Light Brigade," "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer" and "King of the Khyber Rifles"
Station ID break
--Igor Kio (illusionist from the Moscow State Circus)
Commercial: "The ABC Wednesday Night Movie" (the television premiere of the 1960 film "Spartacus")
--Tony Martin sings "Learn How to Laugh" and "A Man Without Love"
--Short interview: Don Adams asks Tony Martin how his wife, Cyd Charisse, is doing.
Commercials: ABC promos for "This Is Tom Jones," "The Generation Gap" and "Let's Make a Deal" (beginning Friday, February 7th)
--Joey Forman (comedian) does a comedy sketch with Don Adams. At Schwab's Drugstore, Foreman plays a struggling actor who runs into Don Adams.
Commercial: Nytol sleep medication
--Don Adams' closing comments. Adams mentions the new Presidential administration in Washington.