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
Chuck Connors co-hosts; guests are sportscaster Bob Uecker, Wren Prather Miss New Mexico, musical group Dawn, inventor Paul Cunningham and magician and trick card artist John Scarne.
Pat Cooper concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are singer Jaye P. Morgan, comedian Prof. Irwin Corey, TV news reporter Marciarose and comic Georgie Kaye.
Pat Cooper co-hosts; guests are actor James Darren, comic Gabriel Kaplan, singer Joey Russo and the Senior Citizen's Band.
Mike's co-host this week is comedian David Steinberg (Week of 06May74-10May74); guests are famed artist Salvador Dali, Maude actor Bill Macy and comedian Pat Henry. Also a discussion of vasectomies.
Shirley Bassey co-hosts; guests are actor E.G. Marshall, Country singer-comedian Jud Strunk, writer-Civil Rights Movement activist Julian Bond and the Ceylon National Dance Co.
David Hartman concludes his co-hosting duties; guests are two acts from the Moscow Circus, baseball player-turned-singer Tony Conigliaro, Grossinger's Activities director Lou Goldstein and the chairman of the Interagency Council for National Education Week on Smoking.
David Hartman co-hosts; guests are boxing champ Muhammed Ali, actress Gretchen Wyler, baseball's Tommy Hutton, comedy team 3's Company and gymnasts Joan Rice and the Mannettes.
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.