In the first twelve months after the series' permanent relocation to Burbank in May 1972, the program made two sets of three-week visits to its former home in New York, in November 1972 and again in May 1973 - the reverse of the first ten years when Johnny Carson and the show made occasional visits every year to Burbank. After the second set of New York shows, the program didn't tape any more editions in the Big Apple until a week-long stint in May 1994, by which time Jay Leno had become host. See more »
How do you get there? Let me tell you friends, how do you get there! You take the San Diego Freeway to the Ventura Freeway. You drive to the Slauson Cutoff, get out of your car, cut off your Slauson, get back in your car, then you drive six miles till you see the Giant Neon Vice-Squad Cop.
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Whenever Carson added a skit to an episode, the "Mighty Carson Art Players" would be announced as guest stars. See more »
My dad is a Johnny Carson fan himself. He had great guests like Pearl Bailey, Don Rickles, Drew Barrymore, Joey Lawrence, Bob Newhart, And Dolly Parton. I saw an informercial of this program. There was this one time when they were playing Family Feud and the host said name something you find on a farm the contestant answered a well. Ed Mcmahon from Star Search was the announcer. Johnny had a lot of animal guests.
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