Commercials: (1) Colgate Toothpaste (with Arthur Godfrey) (2) Fab Detergent
--Diana Ross and the Supremes (Mary Wilson & Cindy Birdsong) - medley: "Where Do I Go?" and "Good Morning, Starshine"
--The Jackson 5 - "Sing a Simple Song" and "I Want You Back"
Commercials: (1) Favor furniture wax (2) Bravo floor wax
--Alan Sues "Good Times Are Here to Stay" (depression era production number, with dancers in 1930's clothes)
Commercials: (1) Maxium Freeze-Dried Coffee (2) Orange-Plus orange juice (with Durwood Kirby)
--Comedy bit with Diana Ross, Sammy Davis Jr. and Michael Jackson.
--Sammy Davis Jr. - "You've Made Me So Very Happy"
--Diana Ross and Sammy Davis Jr. do a song-and-dance tribute to the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movie musicals. Music includes "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" and "I Won't Dance."
Commercial break: (1) Station ID break, (2) Nytol Sleep tablets and capsules
--Willie Tyler and Lester (ventriloquist act)
Commercials: (1) Rolaids ad with Airline Pilot (2) Certs (2 mints in one)
--Comedy sketch: Alan Sues plays Diana Ross' inept butler. Sues also plays a frantic photographer and a costume designer.
Commercials: (1) Aero Wax floor wax (2) Easy-Off over cleaner
Diana Ross and the Supremes - "Someday We'll Be Together"
Diana Ross and the Supremes - "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You" (with Mary Wilson singing lead).
Diana Ross invites children from the audience to dance on stage while she and the Supremes sing "Love Child."
Diana Ross asks two children the names of the dances they were doing.
Diana Ross says goodnight to audience
Commercial: Tegrin medicated dandruff shampoo
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--Diana Ross, Sammy Davis Jr. and the Jackson Five - "There Was a Time" and "One More Time"