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Comedy duo Dan Rowan and Dick Martin host this fast-moving comedy series. Characters include Lily Tomlin's Ernestine the Operator, Arte Johnson's German soldier who finds everything "verrrrrry interesting" and Ruth Buzzi's feisty little old lady. Recurring sketches include Laugh-In Looks at the News and The Mod, Mod World.

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aired 44 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 44 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 45 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 45 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 48 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 48 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 49 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 49 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 50 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 50 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 51 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 51 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 52 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 52 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 55 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 55 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 56 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 56 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 57 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 57 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.
aired 58 days ago
A variety show with one-liners, comedy sketches and musical numbers.

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