The Tomorrow Show (1973)

Season 7 Episode 102

March 17, 1980

Aired Weekdays 12:30 AM Mar 17, 1980 on NBC
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March 17, 1980
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Host Tom Snyder's guests are President of Massachusetts State Senate William Bulger and Vice Mayor of Boston Edward Sullivan discuss the annual St. Patricks Day celebration at The Black Rose Pub via two-way remote. They discuss the roast the night before where Bulger will be insulted and have a chance to retaliate. They both say they've been training for the festive day so the drinking of stout wont be too new to them. Co-Producer of "Ed Sullivan Show" Marlo Lewis discusses his book, "Prime Time," which covers the first 13 years of the show. He says he had to put up his own money until CBS was convinced the show would succeed. He says the audience loved Sullivan because he was untalented and nervous they could identify with him. He would pre-screen the acts and if the audience didn't like them he cancelled them.

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