This comedy was to content the way Laugh-In was for form on television in the 1960's. The audience was treated to a show where two perfectly innocent looking brothers regularly doing truly subversive humor that either enraged the network executives or gave them heart attacks. The humour often included direct jokes on the Vietnam War, religion, sexuality and censorship in styles that would mirror Saturday Night Live and other later shows. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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During a 1968 appearance of Jefferson Airplane, lead singer Grace Slick
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Tommy, you can't have a party at my house!
Don't worry about it.
Well why shouldn't I worry about it?
You're not invited.