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1979

6 Jan. 1979
Episode #22.10
The Village People perform "Y.M.C.A." "San Francisco (You've Got Me)," "In Hollywood (Everybody Is a Star)" and "Macho Man."
 
13 Jan. 1979
Episode #22.11
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20 Jan. 1979
Episode #22.12
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27 Jan. 1979
Episode #22.13
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10 Feb. 1979
Episode #22.15
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17 Feb. 1979
Episode #22.16
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3 Mar. 1979
Episode #22.18
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24 Mar. 1979
Episode #22.21
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31 Mar. 1979
Episode #22.22
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7 Apr. 1979
Episode #22.23
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14 Apr. 1979
Episode #22.24
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28 Apr. 1979
Episode #22.26
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12 May 1979
Episode #22.28
Blondie performs "Heart of Glass" and "One Way or Another." G.Q. performs "Disco Nights" and "I Do Love You."
 
19 May 1979
Episode #22.29
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2 Jun. 1979
Episode #22.31
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9 Jun. 1979
Episode #22.32
Lenny and The Squigtones perform "King of The Cars" and "Love Is A Terrible Thing." During the interview, "Lenny" (Michael McKean) and "Squiggy" (David L. Lander) introduce the other band members "Nigel Tufnel" (Christopher Guest), "Lars Svenki" (Murphy Dunne), "Dominic Balloon" (Andy Haban), and drummer "Ming the Merciless" (Don Poncher).
 
16 Jun. 1979
Episode #22.33
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23 Jun. 1979
Episode #22.34
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7 Jul. 1979
Episode #22.36
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15 Sep. 1979
Episode #23.1
The Beach Boys perform "Sumahama" and "Lady Lynda." Shogun (Japanese band) performs "Otokotachi No Melody."
 
22 Sep. 1979
Episode #23.2
B.B. King performs "Better Not Look Down." Patrick Hernandez sings "Born to Be Alive."
 
6 Oct. 1979
Episode #23.3
Smokey Robinson sings "Get Ready" and "Cruisin'." Mary MacGregor sings "Good Friend."
 
8 Dec. 1979
Episode #23.4
Leif Garrett sings "Memorize Your Number" and "The Same Goes for You." Bell and James (soul group featuring Leroy Bell and Casey James) perform "Only Make Believe" and "You Don't Love Me Like You Should."
 
15 Dec. 1979
Episode #23.5
Willie Aames (from "Eight Is Enough") sings "You're the Only One I Ever Needed." Lauren Wood sings "Please Don't Leave."
 
22 Dec. 1979
Episode #23.6
Joe Jackson performs "It's Different for Girls" and "I'm The Man." Tanya Tucker sings "Lay Back in the Arms of Someone" and "Tear Me Apart."
 
29 Dec. 1979
Episode #23.7
Captain and Tennille perform "Do That To Me One More Time" and "Love on a Shoestring." Teri Desario and K.C. sing the duet "Yes, I'm Ready." Teri DeSario sings "Heart of Stone."
 
23 Jul. 1979
Episode #27.26
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