The Sonny & Cher Show

Season 2 Episode 7

Show 18

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 07, 1976 on CBS

Episode Recap

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"
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