The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

Season 2 Episode 14

Show 14 - Burt Reynolds

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 14, 1972 on CBS
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Show 14 - Burt Reynolds
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1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "Cry Like a Baby" and banter about Sonny's start in the music business.
2. Sonny gets Burt to re-create one of the breathtaking stunts he's so famous for.
3. Cher sings "Am I Blue?"
4. Burt appears with Sonny and regular Ted Zeigler as Americans during the Revolutionary War in a comedy blackout about "Yankee Doodle Dandy."
5. Raggedy Cher breaks the news to Raggedy Sonny that she's knitting them a baby.
6. Sonny encourages Cher to help Burt get over his nervousness about meeting her.
7. Sonny's recitation of a soliloquy from Hamlet causes Shakespeare to turn over in his grave.
8. "The Vamps" -- The serpent (Burt) tries to tempt Eve (Cher) to get Adam (Sonny) to take a bite of the forbidden apple in the Garden Of Eden; Wild Bill Hickok (Burt) rides into town to challenge pioneer crusader Calamity Jane (Cher) when he hears that she's been claiming to be his equal; and, in a comic spoof of A Streetcar Named Desire, Blanche Dubois (Cher) forces her affections on Stanley (Burt).
9. Sonny and Cher perform a medley of "Bad Moon Rising" and "The Letter"
10. "Headlines In the Papers" -- Burt joins the show's regulars in a montage of skits and quips based on current items in the news, such as how hospitals are getting overcrowded, air pollution, purse snatching in the park, and Hollywood tidbits.
11. Sonny and Cher close the show with "I Got You Babe"moreless

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  • The episode was great -- please continue . . .

    9.6
    I didn't have enough time to watch the whole episode, but I did watch the funny parts. There was Bert Reynolds (who you know plays Robin on Batman) and he was funny. Then he was a stuntman and was a 'tough guy' I liked the part where Bert was encouraging Sonny to jump on him and Sonny warned him that he might hurt him. Yeah, right. Even though Bert Reynolds wasn't one who has those big muscles like the guys on the Chicago Bears, New York Giants, New England Patriots, he still wouldn't get hurt and Sonny couldn't tackle Bert even if Bert was trying to let him win. Then, I got to listen to the ending song, I Got You Babe, and I liked that song. It is such a perfect ending song.moreless

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