The Red Skelton Hour (1951–1971)
Ralph claims that Stanley would have thought that Boris Karloff was a nice guy when dancing on this show
Stokey reminds the audience that Tommy Noonan will appear on Red's show the following evening.
The carpenters say they're tearing down Red Skelton's set.
Sally says Alan sent a Christmas card to the Red Skelton writers
Referenced by Mary Jane Lewis
Jules Kettleman refers to the series.
Crow: (As Red Skelton) Good night and God Bless.
Kent's (self-serving) commentary on Thanksgiving mentions Freddie the Freeloader, one of Red Skelton's many characters.
Tom: "And now Red in 'The Silent Spot.'"
Crow: (as Red) Good night and God Bless.
Crow: And now Red in the silent spot.
"And now, Red in the Silent Spot."
Crow: An the Red Skelton Show
referenced by Nick and Grissom
Mentioned in dialogue
clips from this show are used in this special