The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

Season 2 Episode 13

Show 13 - Mike Connors, Jean Stapleton

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 07, 1972 on CBS
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Show 13 - Mike Connors, Jean Stapleton
1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "People Got To Be Free" and banter about the art of self-control.
2. Sonny and Cher are joined on-stage by Mike and Jean, who only seem to have compliments for each other.
3. Jean shows Cher a secondhand pair of magic dancing shoes that she's just bought.
4. Cher sings "Body and Soul"
5. A gypsy fortune teller (Cher) predicts good news and bad news for Mike.
6. "Meet the Candidate" -- A televised at-home interview with a Presidential candidate (Mike) is interrupted by the unexpected arrival of his tipsy wife (Jean) and a "surprise" visit from his close friend and black neighbor (regular Freeman King), whom Jean reveals on the air is actually the couple's butler.
7. Mike and Jean are featured in "The First Annual Daytime TV Academy Awards", a takeoff on awards shows, spoofing everything from daytime soap operas like General Hospital to instructional cooking shows like The Galloping Gourmet. The coveted awards are presented in such silly categories as "The Most Cooperative Contestant On The Dating Game" and "The Guest Giving the Most Consistent Answers On a Daytime Talk Show."
8. Sonny and Cher perform a medley of "United We Stand" and "One, Two, Three"
9. "The Sonny and Cher Story" -- The Bonos poke fun at their rise to fame -- from young singers on the road, to Las Vegas headliners on the nightclub circuit, to big TV celebrities with their own hit variety show. (Jean appears as Cher's hardworking mother, and Mike plays the duo's out-of-work manager.)
10. Sonny and Cher close the show.moreless

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