1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "Games People Play" and banter about Sonny having performed this summer at the White House for the President of the United States, as well as making a dramatic guest appearance on Marcus Welby with Robert Young.
In comedy blackouts, a couple (Sonny and Cher) arrive at the front porch of the lady's home after an evening out; and Sonny gets to meet Miss USA and Miss Universe.
2. "Lady Luck" -- A disgruntled suitor (Chuck) complains to his companion (Cher) about always having to meet her in secluded places; a married woman (Cher) decides to enter into an adulterous affair with a man she met at the train station (Chuck); and a depressed man sitting at a bar (Sonny) tells why he thinks he's a jinx to anyone who comes near him.
3. "At the Launderette" -- Obnoxious housewife Laverne (Cher) offers fashion advice to frumpy friend Olivia (regular Teri Garr) and airs her dirty laundry about husband Harry.
4. Sonny and Cher sing "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" to an animated segment by cartoonist John Wilson.
5. "The Window On the World" -- Chuck and Howard join the show's regulars for a series of skits and one-liners poking fun at headlines in the news and the foibles of modern life, such as the gasoline shortage, pollution, the Japanese space program, the nation's meat shortage, the oldest living football player in the world, and the Watergate scandal.
6. Howard appears as the lonely caretaker of a museum who witnesses the statues as they come to life to sing "Little Darlin'"
7. Sonny and Cher perform "Long Train Runnin'"
8. Cher sings "Half-Breed"
9. Sonny and Cher, with daughter Chastity, close the show.moreless