The Steve Allen Show

Season 3 Episode 10

Audrey Meadows; Joan Caulfield; Sam Levenson; Steve Lawrence; Greta Thyssen; The Treniers; Teal Joy

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 24, 1957 on NBC
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Audrey Meadows; Joan Caulfield; Sam Levenson; Steve Lawrence; Greta Thyssen; The Treniers; Teal Joy
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--Joan Caulfield (actress) - asks to see Steve's new baby in the opening
--Audrey Meadows and Greta Thyssen (actresses) - Audrey is Steve's jealous wife when he brings home his work and his sexy secretary. She gives them not a minute's peace.
--Sam Levenson (comedian) - stand-up on modern appliances vs. the bad old days
--Steve Lawrence (singer) - "My Baby Just Cares For Me" and "I've Got You Under My Skin"
--Teal Joy (singer-dancer) - "Do I Love You?" (in English and Chinese)
--The Treniers - "Rock, Rock, Rock Everybody" and "There's Good Rockin' Tonight."
Also: The "Man on the Street" tell how they're celebrating Thanksgiving. Boxers Tigger Tyler (Poston) and Rocky Maraschino (Nye) talk to Steve about their recent heavyweight match and show footage from the fight.moreless

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Joan Caulfield

Joan Caulfield

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Guest Star

Teal Joy

Teal Joy

Herself

Guest Star

Sam Levenson

Sam Levenson

Himself

Guest Star

Louis Nye

Louis Nye

Series Regular

Recurring Role

Tom Poston

Tom Poston

Series Regular

Recurring Role

Don Knotts

Don Knotts

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    • The Honeymooners are referenced in the sketch about the jealous wife. At the end of the sketch, Steve tells Audrey Meadows, "Baby, you're the greatest!", sweeps her into his arms and gives her a big kiss. When Steve returns to the stage, he's wearing a big cushy bathrobe as Jackie Gleason did in the close of the shows.

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