25 September 1963
Sketches include a Egyptian/Roman procession featuring a surprise appearance by Jack Benny, three parodies of famous Broadway musicals using baseball themes, a sketch about a nervous first-time airplane passenger and a night club trio performing on a rotating bandstand. Danny also perform several musical numbers, either solo or as a duet with Lovelady Powell.
2 October 1963
Episode focuses on a musical revue based on what William Shakespeare might have produced if he had written "Hamlet" as a song-and-dance television spectacular with Jose Ferrer playing the title role and Kaye appearing as Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Other sketches include two astronauts in space and a private attempting to impersonate a German officer at the behest of British Intelligence
9 October 1963
Kaye and his guests perform sketches about an Indian trio attempting to communicate in sign language, a romantic triangle involving a short-order cook, his dissatisfied wife and a trucker who is willing to murder to get what he wants and a dentist patient who is tormented by several noisy men. Kaye also performs songs solo and with Carol Lawrence and Joe and Eddie.
16 October 1963
Danny and his guests parody popular sitcoms "Father Knows Best" and "The Beverly Hillbillies". Danny laments the replacement of telephone exchanges with area codes. Danny demonstrates his ability to dance a soft shoe number and performs revives some song-and-dance numbers popular during vaudeville with Mary Tyler Moore and Eddie Foy Jr.
23 October 1963
Danny reminisces and dances with special guest Gene Kelly. Sketch topics include an important business lunch distracted by fashion show, a television program involving an interview with a famous Viennese beauty entrepreneur. Danny performs songs with Michelle Lee and the Clinger Sisters and sings several tunes solo.
30 October 1963
Danny and his guests parody a series of Westerns by setting stereotypical oaters in Scotland and Russia. Later the cast performs a take-off on the James Bond thriller, "Dr. No". Danny recollects working with Sir Harry Lauter and performs several songs that the Scottish performer made famous. Juliet Prowse and the Levee Singers perform several numbers.
6 November 1963
Danny welcomes his special guests, actor Art Carney and singer Joanie Summers. Howard Morris, Harvey Korman and Jamie Farr join Carney and Danny in several sketches. Pretty brunette Summer performs several songs, both by herself and in a duet with Danny. Danny performs one number solo, as does the house singing group, The Clinger Sisters.
13 November 1963
Danny and Louis Jourdan join the Tony Charmoli Dancers is two numbers - the first where an American football game is dramatized in an opera and another number where they sing and dance to "Walk Right In". Carl Ballantine portrays an inept magician. Danny and his guests appear in several comic sketches about jealousy set in the United States, Italy and Turkey.
20 November 1963
Danny is joined by singer/dancer Gwen Verdon who performs three dances set to nursery rhymes. Danny, Gwen and Harvey Korman play medieval jesters who try to help a prince remember how to laugh. Danny and Gwen play newlyweds who stop at a drive-in-restaurant and are the victims of a number of pratfalls caused by the staff.
27 November 1963
Danny and his guest, Nancy Walker, appear in several sketches comparing traditional Shakespearean acting with current British theater technique. Walker appears in a opera sketch as a chorus girl thrust into the limelight as an emergency replacement for the show's star. In another sketch a hypnotist discovers his maid is a marvelous vocalist - but only when she has a mop in her hand.
4 December 1963
Danny welcomes his guests Glynnis Johns, Jo Stafford and folk trio 'The Big 3' (Cass Elliott, Tim Rose and Jim Hendricks). Stafford performs several solo numbers and a duet with Danny. The Big 3 perform a song of their first album, "Rider". Danny performs a song-and-dance number with British actress Johns.
11 December 1963
Danny stars with guest star Howard Morris in a spoof about Robin Hood and His Merry Men. He, Julie Newmar and the Tony Charmoli Dancers dance to "Simon Says".
18 December 1963
In this Christmas-themed show, Danny welcomes as his guests Andy Williams, Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore. Danny and Dick are featured in a song-and-dance number, 'Puttin on the Ritz'. The featured comedy skit has Van Dyke portraying a tough as nails prosecutor locking horns with a seedy defense attorney during a murder trail were both lawyers play to television cameras in the courtroom.
25 December 1963
Danny welcomes guests Nat 'King' Cole, Mary Tyler Moore and the singing Clinger Sisters. Sketches include a parody of "The Student Prince" and another featuring Danny and Mary playing wealthy socialites.
1 January 1964
Musical guest Esquivel and His Mexican Group bring their unique lounge music style to the Kaye program and are featured in a lengthy Lawrence of Arabia dance sequence. Featured skits include Jack Weston as a barber and Nita Talbot as a manicurist who engage in a lover's spat. Danny appears in his role as Mme. Schmeckenvasser who hosts a children's television program called Dingle Dangle School
8 January 1964
Danny is joined by comic actor Terry-Thomas, singer Marilyn Lovell and the Maori Dancers. In the primary skits, Terry-Thomas, playing a stern ocean liner captain, must deal with the Danny, who can't quite get the hang of serving as a waiter on a sea-going vessel. In another sketch, Danny and Terry-Thomas are seen as Allied prisoners-of-war who hatch a desperate scheme to escape from their P.O.W. camp
15 January 1964
Danny is joined by singers Dorothy Collins, Marilyn Lovell and the Clinger Sisters, as well as actor Jackie Cooper. Danny and Jackie review a famous movie actor's career in one skit and Danny plays a marriage counselor whose assistance is hindered by the thick accent with which he gives it. The star's is featured in his song-and-dance number, "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane".
22 January 1964
Rod Serling, Art Carney and folk duo Joe and Eddie join Danny's show this week. Danny is planning a surprise birthday party, but gets nothing but interference from an electrician played by Art. The featured skit is a parody of "The Twilight Zone" with Rod Serling providing the narration to the strange tale of a man who parachutes into a country ruled by a 400-year-old man.
29 January 1964
5 February 1964
Danny is joined by comedian Imogene Coca, dancer Laurie Ichino and the folk duo Joe and Eddie. Skits include a friendly game between Imogene and Danny that turns into anything but. Later the cast performs a parody of films about the Northwest Canadian Police called "Die Fledermountie". The Tony Charmoli Dancers perform a can-can and Danny dances with Imogene and Laurie in a couple of numbers.
12 February 1964
Danny is joined by actor Peter Falk, Dixieland jazz clarinetist Pete Fountain and pretty chanteuse Michelle Lee. Peter and Danny play men sharing a hospital room who find themselves completely incompatible. In another skit, Danny plays a British spy who runs afoul of an Arab sheik played by Falk. Danny joins Pete Fountain on a grand old Dixieland tune and Michelle Lee sings a set of Broadway hits.
19 February 1964
Danny is joined by British actor John Mills; his daughter, Hayley Mills and folk duo Joe and Eddie. Featured skits are Danny and Hayley playing father and daughter where Danny suddenly discovers his pretty girl has matured more rapidly than he realized. Danny and John are featured in a skit parodying "Mutiny on the Bounty". In another sketch, Danny, Hayley and John have troubles at a French customs station.
26 February 1964
Guest stars Buddy Ebsen and Howard Morris are featured in a skit about a hillbilly family who meet a folk song researcher trying to get them to record their version of a tune for posterity. In another skit, Danny tries to discretely remove an obnoxious guest from his party with little success. Danny sings a duet with pretty Marilyn Lovell and does a song-and-dance routine with Buddy.
4 March 1964
Danny's guests include Art Carney, Harvey Korman and the Maori Dancers. Sketches include Art playing a prospective suitor making his pitch for the hand of Danny's daughter in marriage and a prison skit where Art plans a desperate escape, with Prison Warden Korman and Danny, a man who's spent the last 11 years in solitary confinement as impediments to his plans.
11 March 1964
Danny is joined by special guest Diahann Carroll. Sketches include Danny cast as an interpreter assigned to a banquet. He struggles when a Frenchmen and an American nearly come to blows over pictures of their grandchildren. In another sketch, Danny plays a barber who must deal with a little boy's who is getting his first haircut.
18 March 1964
Danny is joined by comedians Nancy Walker, Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller and folk singing duo Joe and Eddie. Skits include Danny and Nancy playing a down-and-out London couple, The Kinderspiel Light Opera Company performing their production of "Sheiks in Toyland" where a dastardly Arab holds a seductive French woman prisoner and another skit with Anne and Jerry playing their trademark bickering spouses.
25 March 1964
Danny is joined by singer Tony Bennett and comic actor Howard Morris. Danny and Howard are featured in a espionage spoof with Danny playing the suave British agent James Blond and Howard playing Blond's nemesis Dr. Yes. In another sketch, Howard plays a helpful Italian mail man who agrees to read a letter from his son to an illiterate tailor.
1 April 1964
Danny is joined by guests Dorothy Collins, Howard Morris and Laurie Ichino. In one sketch, Danny plays a wallflower who is persuaded by his friend to attend a Lonely Hearts dance with surprising results. In another, Danny plays a skilled matador who meets a bull who might be his match. In musical interludes, Danny sings "Gigi" and dances with Laurie to "Change Partners".
8 April 1964
Danny is joined by Jim Nabors, Bea Benaderet and Andy Griffith for some southern-fried comedy and music. In the biggest sketch, "The Long, Hot Supper", Danny plays a tyrannical family patriarch, Bea plays his genteel wife and Jim plays the weak-willed son. Jim sings "I Ain't Down Yet". The entire cast joins in the closing number.
15 April 1964
Guests include actors Mary Tyler Moore and Harvey Korman and the singing group, The Youngfolk. In one sketch Danny discovers the beautiful Queen of the Jungle played by Mary. In another sketch Danny is an Irish folk singer who has one the heart of a raven-haired colleen and must now persuade her pub-owner father that he'll make a good husband when all others who have tried before him have failed.
22 April 1964
29 April 1964
For the season finale, Danny has comedienne Pat Carroll and pianists Ferrante and Teicher as guests. In three short skits, Pat and Danny demonstrate the different reactions anticipated if a wife wrecks the family car in France, Germany and Italy. In other sketch, Pat plays a hypochondriac whom Danny must treat in his role as a male nurse.
23 September 1964
In the second season's opening episode, Danny greets singer/dancer Gwen Verdon and a group of collegiate musicians who call themselves, "The Rhythm Masters". The primary skit for the program concerns a spoof about a group of shy men. The musical highlight features Gwen Verdon singing and dancing 'Downtown'.
30 September 1964
Comedian Phil Silvers and Singer Barbara McNair are Danny's guests. The central skit involves Danny and Phil recreating a typical program at an old burlesque theater. Barbara sings two songs. The program's closing segment is devoted to Danny's trip to Tokyo to visit the site of the 1964 Summer Olympic games and his interaction with a group of Japanese children.
7 October 1964
Actress/Comedienne Imogene Coca and folk singing duo Joe and Eddie are Danny's guest. Danny and Imogene appear in a skit where a husband tries to find the perfect gift for his wife. The Kinderspiel Light Opera Company performs a musical spoof. Joe and Eddie sing "Lonesome Road".
14 October 1964
Danny's guests are actress/dancer Mary Tyler Moore and football player turned singer Danny Cox. In one skit, Mary and Danny play a husband and wife who argue about their television viewing habits. In another Danny plays a Southern family patriarch concerned that a fop (Harvey Korman) is romantically interested in his beloved daughter (Mary). Mary is featured in a dance number and Danny Cox sings folk and pop songs.
21 October 1964
Angela Lansbury and John Gary join Danny as his guests. The three appear in a spoof of Tennessee Williams' play, "The Night of the Iguana" with Angela featured as a woman used to having her way with men. Angela and Danny perform a song and dance routine and John lends his fine tenor voice to a pair of Irish-styled tunes.
28 October 1964
Danny is joined by guest stars Jose Ferrer and Dorothy Collins. Danny and Jose are featured as adversaries in several sketches - the two men play rival job applicants for a position in a paper clip factory; later the two are opposing barristers trying a case of murder in London's Old Bailey. Dorothy's singing skills are on display in a musical feature based on the Little Red Riding Hood story.
4 November 1964
Comedienne Lucille Ball and singer John Gary join Danny for this program. Skits include Lucy and Danny playing actors working for a rundown acting company where each thespian had to play six different roles in their production. In another skit, Danny and Lucy play a couple having to deal with an incompetent maid. The two comics perform a dance involving balloons.
11 November 1964
Danny works with comic actor Howard Morris, ventriloquist Shari Lewis and her favorite foil, Lampchop. Danny and Howard are featured in two sketches, one where the two comics play Italian street singers and a second, a spy spoof with Danny playing debonair British secret agent James Pond who battles Howard, as Dr. Yes, a megalomaniac bent on world domination. Shari portrays a ballerina with Lambchop providing commentary.
18 November 1964
Danny guests this week are singer Diahann Carroll, comic actor Don Knotts and the singing Clinger Sisters. Harvey Korman also joins the fun in several sketches. Danny plays a shoe salesman battling his natural shyness, an inept research assistant and, in appearance by the Kinderspiel Light Opera Company, as a prince.
25 November 1964
Danny's guest for this evening is triple threat entertainer Gwen Verdon with Harvey Korman participating in several sketches. Danny and Gwen play squabbling spouses who battle over breakfast and the two are joined by Harvey in a musical sequence called "The Elopement". Gwen is featured singing "I Got Rhythm".
2 December 1964
Danny is joined by actor Art Carney, singer Pearl Bailey and dancer Laurie Ichino. Danny and Art are paired in a pair of skits. In the first Danny is a terrified passenger in a carpool with Art at the wheel of their vehicle. They also appear in a lengthy skit called "Murder, Maestro, Murder". Pearl sings several songs by herself and is joined by Danny for a duet.
9 December 1964
16 December 1964
Danny's guests for this episode are comedienne Pat Carroll, actor Howard Morris and folk singers Joe and Eddie. Pat is featured in a parody of television documentaries where she plays a reporter interviewing German and British war heroes. Danny gets into hot water when his girlfriend takes him to meet her parents and they pressure the young man to marry their daughter.
23 December 1964
In this Christmas-themed episode, Gwen Verdon and Jo Stafford join Danny, Harvey Korman and The Tony Charmoli Dancers. Skits include Danny and Gwen playing rejected dolls in a child's bedroom. Danny plays an old Italian tailor waiting for a phone call from his son who lives in the United States. Danny, Gwen and Harvey star in a spy spoof called, "The Spy Who Got Cold". Jo, Gwen and Danny sing several Christmas tunes.
30 December 1964
Danny's guests are dancer/sketch actor Buddy Ebsen, comedienne Pat Carroll, sketch actor Howard Morris and The Earl Brown Singers. In one sketch Danny and Howard must deal with an obnoxious department store customer. Buddy and Danny appear in a Western tale involving a famous Indian scout. Danny and Buddy hoof to 'Bidin' My Time'
6 January 1965
Danny is joined by actor Peter Falk and singer Dorothy Collins. Peter and Danny appear in a parody of the classroom drama "Mr. Novak". Danny plays a teacher who moonlights as a filling station attendant to make ends meet and is confronted by a father who can't understand why his child is doing poorly in school. Later Danny and Peter play notorious Mexican bandits in a Western spoof. Danny and Dorothy reminisce about the long-running music program "Your Hit Parade" in which Dorothy was a featured female soloist.
13 January 1965
Danny is joined by actor Vincent Price, singer Diahann Carroll and series regular Harvey Korman. Danny plays a reluctant patient who takes his toothache to dentist Price for treatment. In another sketch, Danny plays both an Austrian prince and a lookalike handyman who switch positions much to the confusion of the prime minister and the country's commanding general.
20 January 1965
Singer Nancy Wilson and comedienne Imogene Coca are Danny's guests for this episode. Imogene and Danny portray circus acrobats in one sketch. In another Danny is appalled when Imogene, playing his wife, brings home an expensive wig. Danny and the cast tell the story of "Cinderella" Russian-style. The show closes with Danny talking to a vivacious four-year-old girl.
27 January 1965
3 February 1965
Danny is joined by actor Fred Gwynne, singer John Gary and series semi-regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. Danny plays a novice Broadway actor who receives advice from a director on the downside of his career. In another sketch Danny, Fred and Joyce are hauled into night court to defend their actions in a restaurant fight.
10 February 1965
Danny is joined by singer/dancer/actress Gwen Verdon and singer/actor Harve Presnell. The featured sketch, "Top Hat, White Tie and Green Socks", involves a theatrical diva who searches for her co-star for her next production and decides that Danny, playing an accident-prone delivery man, would be the perfect choice. In another skit, Gwen encourages husband Danny to demand a raise from his boss.
17 February 1965
Danny is joined by singer/actress Elke Sommers, comedienne Pat Carroll and little dancer Laurie Ichiro. After opening the episode dancing with Laurie, Danny joins Elke in several folk song duets. Later Pat is featured in a series of vignettes playing a variety of push mothers-in-law. In the featured sketch, Danny plays a bashful shoe salesman who waits on the beautiful Elke.
24 February 1965
Featured in this episode are actor Paul Ford and singer Shirley Bassey. Danny plays British secret service agent James Blond who does battle with megalomaniac Ringfinger, played by Ford. In another sketch, Paul plays a father who detests his son-in-law played by Danny. Shirley sings a duet with Danny and solos on "The Lady Is a Tramp".
3 March 1965
Danny's guests include comedienne Imogene Coca, folk singing duo Joe and Eddie and four-year-old Virginia Paige Meyerlink. Danny and Imogene are featured in a skit about playing poker and another sketch imagining how famous authors William Shakespeare and Tennessew Williams might have scripted advertisements if they worked on Madison Avenue.
10 March 1965
Danny is joined by singer/comic actor Jim Nabors and jazz pianist Oscar Peterson and his combo. Jim plays his TV sitcom character 'Gomer Pyle' who must deal with a Russian spy. He also plays a U.S. Marine recruit who interacts with a drill sergeant played by Danny. Danny spoofs Leonard Bernstein with his character as a famous Viennese orchestra conductor.
17 March 1965
Danny celebrates St. Patrick's Day with special guests comedienne Imogene Coca and Italian opera tenor Enzo Stuarti. Imogene plays a woman who indulges in every health fad that comes along and a most unladylike Irish colleen who stumbles upon a leprechaun in a skit titled, "The Irish Traveller". Enzo Stuarti gets in the holiday spirit by singing "My Wild Irish Rose".
24 March 1965
31 March 1965
15 September 1965
For the opener of the series' third season Danny welcomes singer Harry Belafonte and Greek singer Nana Mouskouri. Harry teaches Danny how to sing with an ethic flavor and the two men sing a calypso song. Danny and Harry perform four sketches portraying what baseball pitchers and catchers might discuss during conferences on the mound in American, England, Germany and Japan. Belafonte sings several tunes and Nana sings "Telalis".
22 September 1965
29 September 1965
6 October 1965
13 October 1965
Danny welcomes as his guests jazz clarinetist Benny 'The King of Swing' Goodman and singer Caterina Valente for a evening full of music. Danny, series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Pattern, as well as Caterina, perform in a series of sketches set in the 1920s, the 1930s and the 1940s. Benny and his quartet of sidemen play a number of hot jazz numbers.
27 October 1965
Danny is joined by singer Dinah Shore and Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass for an evening of musical entertainment. Dinah sings a solo number and joins Danny for several duets, then Danny, Dinah and the Earl Brown Singers join forces for "The Winds of Barcelona". Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass perform their hit "A Taste of Honey".
3 November 1965
Danny welcomes actress Carolyn Jones and singer Pat Boone to the program along with series regular Harvey Korman. In one sketch Harvey players a television reporter interviewing Christopher Columbus (played by Danny). In another, titled "Samson and Delilah", Danny and Carolyn play the title characters, who work for a British music business.
10 November 1965
Danny's guests are Marguerite Piazza and Freddie and the Dreamers, with Harvey Korman, Joyce Van Patten and The Tony Charmoli Dancers filling out the cast. Danny is featured as TV doctor Ben Casey who feels he needs to enter a confidence building school. In another segment, Danny narrates "The Three Little Pigs" using a German accent.
17 November 1965
Actor Ray Walston and singer Vikki Carr are Danny guests, with semi-regulars Harvey Korman and Laurie Ichiro rounding out the cast. In one skit spoofing the James Bond movie "Goldfinger", Ray plays a secret agent tracking a master criminal played by Danny. Later Vikki plays a wife heading out for a night with her girlfriends leaving Danny and his friend, Ray, to take care of a baby.
24 November 1965
Danny's guests are country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford and singer Lainie Kazan for this Thanksgiving-themed episode. Danny, dressed as an enormous turkey is interviewed by a television reporter played by Harvey Korman. Later, Harvey plays the former king of a small European country trying to make due in a rundown apartment with Danny as his inept servant.
1 December 1965
Actor John Astin, Singer/Dancer Gwen Verdon and Singer D'Aldo Romano are Danny's guests for this program, joining series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. John plays an oddball in one sketch and Gwen appears as a liberated woman in another. Gwen performs a Western dance in one musical sequence with D'Aldo belting out "Mexico".
8 December 1965
Danny's guests are singer Diahann Carroll and actor/singer George Hamilton. Danny is featured as a lighthouse keeper in one sketch and a high-strung German movie director in another. In the featured sketch, George plays a movie actor named 'Rock Pile'; Danny, a playing the movie's director, continually changes the script to keep his girlfriend, the film's female lead, from appearing in the same scene with the handsome star.
15 December 1965
Vincent Price, Vikki Carr and John Gary join Danny and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. Vincent plays Dr. Frankenstein with Danny as his monster in a horror movie spoof sketch. Later, Danny plays a window washer who thinks he has witnessed a murder inside the building where he's working.
22 December 1965
For this Christmas-themed show, Danny is joined by actress Jean Simmons, actor Laurence Harvey and singer John Gary. In one sketch Jean and Laurence plot to murder a rich Englishman who proves more difficult to bump off than they planned. Danny plays a shy man trapped by a blizzard at a ski resort who must cuddle with the beautiful Jean Simmons to keep warm.
29 December 1965
Singer/actor Eddie Albert and singer Wayne Newton join Danny and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten in this New Year's Eve themed episode. In the opening sketch, Danny plays Father Time awaiting the arrival of the baby representing the New Year. In another sketch Danny and Eddie play two men suffering from hangovers after being over-served and under-supervised at a New Year's Eve Party the night before.
5 January 1966
Danny is joined by singer Liza Minelli, actor Alan Young and singer John Gary. The featured comedy sketch involves a parody of the excitement and dangers of Grand Prix auto racing. In another skit, Danny and Alan appear as husbands who retreat to a laundromat to escape their nagging wives. Liza performs a medley of songs.
12 January 1966
Comedian Bill Dana, Singer Caterina Valente and singer D'Aldo Romano join Danny and his regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. In one sketch Bill appears as his English mangling character Jose Jimenez. In the featured skit Bill and Danny compete for the hand of the fair Lady Daphne Hyde-Jekyll who insists that they will only marry the winner of an around-the-world race.
19 January 1966
Danny greets guests singer/actress Tammy Grimes and comic actor Bob Crane to the show. Regular cast members Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten also appear. Tammy plays a pampered movie star in one skit. Bob Crane harks back to his days working in radio to interview Beethoven (as played by Danny). Tammy performs "Limehouse Blues".
26 January 1966
Actor Robert Vaughn, composer Michel Legrand and 12-year old ballerina Joyce Cuoco join Danny and regulars Joyce Van Patten and Harvey Korman for this week's show. Danny and Robert perform in a skit that spoofs espionage TV series play nattily attired secret agents. Young Joyce stops the show with her dance set to Legrand's "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg".
2 February 1966
Danny's guest for this week's show are actor Eddie Albert and singer Morgana King. Eddie gives a dramatic reading of Stephen Vincent Benet's poem "Ballad of William Sycamore". Later Eddie and Danny play two husbands who have lied to their wives so they can attend a weekly poker game. Danny forms a barbershop quartet with staff musicians/composers Paul Weston, Earl Brown and Billy Barnes to sing "Indiana".
9 February 1966
British actor Cyril Ritchard and country singer Eddy Arnold are Danny's guests for this week's show. Eddy and Danny sing a medley of songs about broken hearts. Cyril plays a frustrated teacher trying to improve Danny's diction and rid him of his pronounced Brooklyn accent. In another skit, Cyril and Danny play British pilots who are forced to ditch their plane in the desert.
16 February 1966
Danny's guests are comedian Tim Conway, singer John Gary and Japanese musician Kimio Eto. In one sketch, Danny and Tim play construction workers building a skyscraper. In another skit, Danny and Tim play espionage agents meeting in a restaurant to exchange vital information. Kimio plays several numbers on a traditional Japanese stringed instrument called a koto.
23 February 1966
Singer/Actress Inger Stevens, Woody Herman and big band, The Thundering Herd, The Clinger Sisters and Brother Aaron guest star on this episode. Inger sings a folk song and, later, the Clinger Sisters and Brother Aaron, backed by Woody Herman and his musicians perform a number of Swing Era hits. In the primary sketch, Inger plays a school teacher who meets an Italian widower played by Danny.
2 March 1966
Singer/Actor Robert Goulet and actress Joanne Woodward join Danny and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. In a parody of the TV series, "The Fugitive", Danny plays its desperate protagonist 'Richard Thimble'. In a spoof of the Western TV series, "Shenandoah", Danny plays a swaggering gunslinger named 'Shenandopey'. To complete the TV series parodies, Danny spoofs "Run for Your Life" playing a man who has only 18 months to live.
9 March 1966
Danny welcomes as his guests singers Nancy Wilson and John Gary. Series regular Harvey Korman joins Danny in a spoof of the TV series "Batman" in which Danny plays Chickenman and Harvey his sidekick Parakeet. In another sketch, Danny and Harvey perform a pantomime set in a library. Nancy and John each sing two songs and join forces to sing "Memphis Blues".
16 March 1966
Special musical episode where the entire show is devoted to widow Betty Simpson's plot to marry Giovanni, an Italian tailor recently immigrated to the United States and living with his son. Giovanni's best friend Marco tries to assist in the matrimonial proceedings. All the songs in this production were written especially for the program.
23 March 1966
For episode featuring music representing cultures throughout the world, Danny's guests are brass combo Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass, singer/actress Senta Berger, singer John Gary and singer/actor Chaim Topol with series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten also appearing. Highlights include The Tijuana Brass' version of "Zorba the Greek", "Marry Me Fatima" sung by Senta and Topol and Danny and Topol dancing the Hora.
30 March 1966
Danny is joined by singers Vikki Carr and John Garry and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. Danny appears in his character as shy Jerome, a shoe salesman who has difficulty asking for a raise. In another sketch Danny plays a world-famous who is so concerned about the well-being of his hands that he won't allow his wife to touch them, ultimately taking out a million-dollar insurance policy. Danny signs a duet with Vikki and performs a music segment about William Tell and his son and a certain ill-fated apple.
6 April 1966
Actor Vincent Price, singer John Gary and pianist Stan Worth join Danny and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. In a silent sequence, Danny plays a drunk. After discussing great movie villains of the past with Vincent, Danny appears in a sketch about a notorious gangster. Musical highlights include John Garry singing, "Once Upon a Time", Danny singing a medley of Gilbert and Sullivan songs and Stan Worth playing two numbers on his piano.
13 April 1966
Danny is joined by singer Edie Adams, actor Fred Gwynne and folk singer Glenn Yarbrough, along with series regular Joyce Van Patten. Spoofing Gwynne's role on "The Munsters" and NBC newscasters Chet Huntley and David Brinkley, the cast performs a sketch with Danny as 'David Dracula' and Fred by 'Chet Munster' as the broadcast team behind "The Munster-Dracula Report" with Edie as Fred's neglected wife 'Lily'. Fred and Danny appear in a spoof of "Gilligan's Island" with Fred as the skipper and Danny as his incompetent deckhand.
20 April 1966
For the third season finale, Danny has as his guests singer John Gary, Canadian singer Judy Armstrong and regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. Danny and Joyce perform a sketch about a missing English spouse. In another skit, Danny and Joyce demonstrate the different styles of courtship between the British, Eskimos, Italians and Civil-War era Americans. In another sketch Danny plays a husband who returns home after recovering from an eight-year bout with amnesia.
14 September 1966
For his fourth season's opener, Danny is joined by actors Andy Griffith, Ronny Howard, and Clint Howard, as well as singers Susan Barrett and Donna Butterworth. Ronny convinces Danny to allow him to host his own variety show, "The Ronny Howard Show" with Danny as his first guest. Ronny and Clint appear in a sketch about toys. Danny stars in an adult spy-spoof which Ronny then apprises with a cast of children.
21 September 1966
Danny guests this week are actor Eddie Albert, singer Vikki Carr and the jazz combo Sergio Mendez and Brazil '66 along with series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. Danny song "Let's Get Away from It All" leads directly into the show's primary skit which involves tourists on an airplane flying in the first class compartment.
28 September 1966
The Peanuts, Japanese twins who are singers and dancers, along with their chaperon, Isa Watanabe, and singer Frankie Randall are Danny's guests. Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten return playing various roles in sketches. Danny sings a song in Japanese with the youngsters, then plays a Japanese chef on a television cooking show. Danny's character, shy Jerome, visits a doctor's office to have an X-ray taken.
5 October 1966
Danny guests this week are singers Ella Fitzgerald and Buddy Greco and musicians Sergio Mendez and Brazil '66. In addition to the many songs that are performed, the cast deals with problems associated with having a quiet picnic at the beach. Danny plays an old man who proposes to a lovely young woman played by Joyce. Later Danny tells the little known fairy tale, "Little Green Riding Hood" whose basket contains plenty of adult beverages.
12 October 1966
Comedian Tim Conway, singer Barbara Minkus and The Peanuts - young Japanese twins who sing and dance - join Danny and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. Danny and Barbara perform a duet, singing "We Kiss in a Shadow".
19 October 1966
Danny's guests are singer Leslie Uggams and fourteen-year-old gospel singer Steve Sanders with series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten rounding out the cast. Danny plays an aging family servant in one sketch and as Giovanni, the old Italian tailor in another. Steve performs some swinging gospel songs while Danny and Leslie perform a duet.
26 October 1966
Guests for this episode are actor Eddie Albert, big band singer Joe Williams and the young Japanese singers/dancers The Peanuts. The program starts out with a big production number called "Bring Back Those Minstrel Days" featuring Danny and Joe. Eddie and Danny appear in the skit about a pair of hunters trapped in a remote cabin with both men believing the other is a killer.
2 November 1966
Danny's guests are actor Tony Randall, pianist Stan Worth and singer Vikki Carr. In the first sketch, Danny, in his character as shy Jerome, and Tony attend their college's class reunion. In another segment, Danny plays a telephone operator at an answering service. Later, Danny and Tony appear in a laundry sketch.
16 November 1966
Singers Louis Armstrong and Caterina Valente join Danny and series regulars Harvey Korman, Joyce Van Patten and the Earl Brown Singers for an episode crammed with music. The episode's biggest highlight is the musical extravaganza, "A Salute to Louis Armstrong" that features many of the songs that Louis made famous during his lengthy career as an entertainer.
23 November 1966
Danny guests are British singer Petula Clark and British actor Stanley Holloway. In one sketch, Danny and Stanley play a Cockney bank clerk and a coal truck delivery man who find themselves at odds. Later Stanley plays a reporter interviewing Captain Ahab as he is about to embark on the pursuit of a certain white whale. Petula sings a couple of numbers and a duet with Danny. Later Petula, Danny and Stanley team up to sing a medley of hit songs from British music halls.
30 November 1966
Danny and series regulars Joyce Van Patten and Harvey Korman are jointed by guest stars Peter Ustinov, Frank Gorshin and Nancy Wilson. Peter and Danny appear in a sketch where a concert violinist and a Western gunfighter are continually at odds with each other. Danny appears in another sketch with Frank playing an obnoxious businessman named Fink.
7 December 1966
Danny is joined by guests singer/actress Shirley Jones, Brazilian jazz combo Sergio Mendez and Brazil '66 and young Virginia Meyerink. In a pantomime sketch, Danny plays a inexperienced bellhop who has difficulties dealing with a hotel's revolving door. Danny's character, shy Jerome, asks a friend to meet his fiancée at a department store perfume counter with unfortunate results.
14 December 1966
Singers Sergio Franchi and Sallie Blair are Danny's guests for this episode. In one sketch Danny, playing Jerome, a shy shoe clerk, gets into hot water when he tries to hide a pretty girl in his apartment's closet. In another, Danny plays Major Nigel Dumwitty in a spoof of the World War II TV series, "The Rat Patrol".
21 December 1966
For his Christmas program Danny is joined by singers Peggy Lee and Wayne Newton, the International Children's Choir of Long Beach, California, and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. Danny plays a father who encounters great difficulty assembling a bicycle for his son on Christmas Eve. Later he plays the elderly Italian tailor Giovanni who has moved to America to live with his son and daughter-in-law.
28 December 1966
For the last show of 1966, Danny is jointed by singer Caterina Valente, composer Gilbert Becaud, little Victoria Meyerink and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. In one sketch, Harvey interviews Danny playing the Father of the Year who can't remember the number of children he has. Later Danny plays a dishwasher who becomes involved with enemy agents. In another skit Danny plays both a German U-Boat commander and a British destroyer captain engaged in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse.
4 January 1967
For his first show of 1967, Danny has as his special guests Louis Armstrong, the singing/dancing Kessler Twins, Victoria Meyerink and series regulars Joyce Van Patten and Harvey Korman. Danny is featured in a Mexican version of Jack and the Bean Stalk and plays a construction worker in another skit. As shy Jerome, Danny encounters trouble at a surprise birthday party.
11 January 1967
Pianist Liberace, singer Vikki Carr and young Victoria Meyerink join Danny and series regulars Joyce Van Patten and Harvey Korman. In a James Bond spoof, Danny appears as a British secret agent battling a world menace played by Liberace. Danny also appears as Giovanni, an aging Italian tailor, and, in another sketch, as the manager of an old folks home.
18 January 1967
Danny is joined by singer John Gary, actor Godfrey Cambridge and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. Danny tells the Cinderella story with a Russian setting and is featured in a sketch as Giovanni, the old Italian tailor who moves to America to live with his son and daughter-in-law, but discovers that the landlord won't allow his pet dog to stay in their apartment.
25 January 1967
For this show, Danny is joined by actor Peter Falk, comedienne Pat Carroll and the singing group The Lettermen. In one skit, Danny is browbeaten by his mother, played by Pat Carroll, into finding a roommate to help pay the bills and winds up taking in a notorious bank robber who is on the lam. Series regular Joyce Van Patten plays a pretty girl who Pat thinks should marry her son.
1 February 1967
Danny and series regulars Joyce Van Patten and Harvey Korman welcome singer/actor Burl Ives and actress Barbara Rush to the program. Danny, Barbara and Burl are featured in a sketch that parodies Tennessee Williams play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof". Later, Danny, playing the shy Jerome Taperman, tries to play cupid and link his best friend with the lovely Barbara.
8 February 1967
Danny's guests are actor Fred Gwynne, singer Vikki Carr and the jazz combo the Las Vegas Quintet with regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten filling out the cast. The featured sketch involves a spoof of the swashbuckler film "Cyrano de Bergerac" with Danny playing the long-nosed title character, Fred as the handsome Christian and Joyce as the lovely Roxanne.
15 February 1967
Country singer Eddy Arnold and singer Millicent Martin join Danny and regular cast member Joyce Van Patten and Harvey Korman. Danny is featured as shy Jerome who tries a computer dating service and meets a lovely British lass played by Millicent. Danny performs duets with Edddy and Millicent and Eddy performs a couple of his hit songs.
22 February 1967
Danny is joined by comedian Tim Conway and Japanese singer Izumi. Tim is featured in one sketch as the host of children's television show fighting a hangover while on the air. Danny acts out an Irish version of "Little Red Riding Hood". In another sketch, Danny and Tim are having difficulty publishing a new dictionary. Later Tim, Danny and series regular Harvey Korman play a plumber, a customer relations man and a window installer who have difficulty working together.
1 March 1967
Danny is visited by comedian George Burns and singer Mirelle Mathieu. Danny in his role as shy Jerome seeks advice from George on how to become a big star. George spins tales of his days as a vaudeville performer and together they perform a series of hit songs from bygone days. Later Danny plays a barbershop janitor who tries to cut a customer's hair when the barber leaves the shop for lunch. Teenaged Mirelle sings a couple of French songs.
15 March 1967
Actor Roddy McDowall and singer Blossom Dearie join Danny and series regulars Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten. In the featured comedy sketch, Danny plays a slave in Rome who challenges Caesar - played by Roddy - to a game of Caesar says in hopes of winning his freedom. Danny and Joyce test their skills at improvisation. Blossom sings several tunes and Roddy plugs his book about photography.
29 March 1967
Danny plays shy Jerome Taperman who, while on a cruise shipment, impersonates a commodore to impress his girlfriend, Rhoda (played by Joyce Van Patten). Detectives searching the vessel for a notorious master-of-disguise mistake Jerome for the criminal who is loose on board. Also appearing are Diahann Carroll as the cruise ship's entertainer, and Joyce Jameson, Herbie Faye and Buddy Lewis in support.
5 April 1967
Danny is joined by singer Joanie Sommers, and folk singers The Brothers Four and the Tony Charmoli Dancers. Danny is featured playing shy Jerome who has a nightmare about a beautiful Broadway actress. In another sketch, Danny and the cast demonstrate how different cultures deal with romantic triangles. Joanie and The Brothers Four are featured in a series of sketches and songs about teenagers.
12 April 1967
Danny is joined by actor Robert Morley, the four-man singing group called The Arbor Quartet and the Earl Brown Singers. Danny appears as shy Jerome Taperman who is trying to overcome his fear of other people by taking public speaking lessons. Later, in a pantomime sketch, Danny plays a hopelessly incompetent army recruit
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