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Eddie Albert co-hosts; guests are singer-actress Della Reese, comedian-actor Bill Cosby, radio & TV announcer Dick Stark and hypnotist Dr. Arthur Ellen.
Pam Dawber co-hosts; guests are actor Alex Karras, comic Stan Kann, Pam's "Mork & Mindy" co-star Conrad Janis and the Beverly Hills Enlisted Jazz Band featuring George Segal perform.
Mike and Pam sing "Come In From the Rain".
Tommy Sands co-hosts, guests are singer Brook Benton and Federal Housing administrator Robert L. Weaver with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Bert Parks co-hosts, guests are comedienne Bobbi Baker and Dr. Joyce Brothers who discusses teenagers reactions to popular groups or personalities such as The Beatles with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
The Four Freshmen co-host, guests are actor Dan Dailey, actress Kathy Nolan, humorist Harry Golden, comic Al Kelly and The Rolling Stones with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
The Stones performed "Carol" live and lipsynched "Not Fade Away", "Tell Me" and "I Just Wanna Make Love To You".
Soupy Sales co-hosts, guests are impressionist Marilyn Michaels, musician Peter Nero and pie-throwing (150) farewell to Soupy with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
Martha Mitchell co-hosts; guests are sportscaster Howard Cosell, comedienne Fannie Flagg, The Earl Scruggs Revue and Dr. Robert Akeret.
Good episode. Some of the episode dealt with Howard Cosell's recently-released paperback version of his book "Cosell." Dr. Akeret, a psychologist, "analyzed" some of the photos inside the book, including one of Cosell at Seaworld looking away as a killer whale leaps out of the pool. Akeret theorizes that Cosell has a great ability to "detach" himself from events. Cosell answers (in typical Cosellian staccato): "The truth of the matter is I was scared to death and wouldn't look at the damned whale."moreless
Bert Parks co-hosts, guests are comedian Bob Blasser, singer Helen O'Connell, Jazz trumpeter and bandleader Lee Castle with the Jimmy Dorsey Band and a surprise mystery guest (vocalist Bob Eberle) with Ellie Frankel Quintet.
The band performs "Boogie Woogie" and almost blew off the roof off the 140-seat KYW studio.
Helen belts out "Amapola"
Bob Eberle sings "Tangerine"
Pearl Bailey co-hosts; guests are actor Jean-Pierre Aumont, singing group Friends of Distinction, Country singer-comedian Jud Strunk and Ray Geiger of the Farmers' Almanac.