1. Sonny and Cher open the show with "Right Back Where We Started From" and banter about Jimmy Carter having won the Presidential election. In a comedy blackout, Alvin (Sonny) tells Laverne (Cher) that he's finally left his wife.
2. "Video Tape a Date" -- The manager of a video dating service (Ed) tries to help a lonely man (Sonny) select the girl he'd like to go out with. The two prospects are an unattractive Playboy bunny who does everything in the nude (regular Ted Zeigler) and a klutzy, untalented loser (Cher) being pushed by her persistent mother (Betty) to get married off.
3. The Sylvers perform a medley of "Boogie Fever" and "Hot Line"
4. "The Case Book Of Sam Spade" -- Elderly detective Sam Spade (Sonny) recalls "the case of the night train caper to Munich." His assignment was to deliver two million dollars to a secret agent, who would be cleverly disguised as W. C. Fields. (Ed and Betty portray two of the seven Fields impersonators aboard the train, and Cher appears as a Mae West look-alike.)
5. Cher sings "Love Hurts"
6. "Lovers" -- The sheik (Sonny) returns home to the love of his life (Betty), a nagging housewife who's fed up with living in a tent, cooking camel meat, and having him use up all of her mascara; and Humphrey Bogart (Ed) is reunited with the woman who once broke his heart at a train station and left him standing in the rain (Cher).
7. Sonny and Cher close the show with "I Got You Babe"