The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

Season 3 Episode 1

Show 20 - 3rd Season Premiere

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Sep 15, 1972 on CBS
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Show 20 - 3rd Season Premiere
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1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "Let Me Down Easy" and banter about their marriage and individual honors.
2. Sonny and Cher introduce Michael Jackson and talk to him about his accomplishments.
3. The Jackson Five perform "Looking Through the Window"
4. The Bonos present the first "Sonny Bono Show Business Award" to California's Governor Ronald Reagan, who in turn thanks them with one of his old dedication speeches.
5. Cher sings "Say It Isn't So"
6. Michael Jackson sings "Ben"
7. A gypsy fortune teller (Cher) warns Sonny that he is about to be attacked, strangled and robbed.
8. Sonny and Cher perform a medley of "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show" and "Mr. Tambourine Man"
9. "The Vamps" -- Cleopatra (Cher) finds herself having to choose between Mark Anthony (Sonny) and Julius Caesar (Larry); and Sadie Thompson (Cher) and the preacher (Sonny) are visited by Sir Francis Winchester (Wilfrid), a famous yachtsman who is sailing around the world alone.
10. "The Cultural Spot" -- In an operetta composed of TV commercials, Howard is cast as an emperor who has decreed that no one in the land can marry until his daughter, the fair Pamela Ann (Cher), is wed. The problem is, the frigid princess will only settle for someone who can give her something unusual and bizarre.
11. Sonny and Cher, with daughter Chastity, close the show with "I Got You Babe"moreless

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