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1976

7 Jan. 1976
Episode #9.1
The musical guests are The Vernons and Gilbert O'Sullivan. Ernie starts off dancing and Eric begins by supporting him. Eric and Ernie are a pair of nannies taking a break. Ernie's latest play is called "The Legend of Dick Turpin".
 
21 Jan. 1976
Episode #9.2
The musical guests are Tammy Jones and Frankie Vaughan. Ernie is upset as his wife has left him. Eric and Ernie are on 'The Sky At Night' and then join The Harpenden Hot Shots. Michele Dotrice is in Ernie's play 'The Handyman and M'Lady'.
 
11 Feb. 1976
Episode #9.3
The musical guests are The Spinners and Lena Zavaroni. Eric brings out a statue of Ernie. Eric and Ernie are interviewed about the British sausage. They do a song and dance with Lena. Ernie is worried that people think that he is a miser.
 
10 Mar. 1976
Episode #9.4
The musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, The Geraldine Yates Dancers and Jackie Darnell. Ernie opened the show dressed in a kilt. Eric goes to the Chemist shop. Ernie's latest play is 'The Lives of a Bengal Lancer'.
 
24 Mar. 1976
Episode #9.5
The musical guests are Norman Percival, The Karlins, Vincent Zarra and The Geraldine Yates Dancers. Eric decides to quit show business. Ernie runs an antique shop. Eric and Ernie do some sunbathing.
 
19 Apr. 1976
Episode #9.6
Ernie is made a Freedom Of The City type person. Other sketches include 'Eric Wants to Become a British Citizen', 'The Calculator Shop', 'Making Breakfast To The Stripper', 'The Bank Holdup', and 'A Lady from a Well known Women's Magazine Wants To Interview Ernie'. There is music from special guests Champagne and Diane Soloman.
 
25 Dec. 1976
1976 Christmas Show
The musical guests are The Nolans, Marian Montgomery and Elton John. Eric and Ernie play a pair of game pieces. The play is 'Mademoiselle from I'm-In-Tears', which is set in Paris during World War I.
 

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