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(1970–1974)

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Season 3

27 Sep. 1972
Episode #3.1
Flip opens with a bit of stand-up then Melba Moore performs "Don't Rain on My Parade." Dan Hicks and his band sings in their unique way "Soda Fountain Baby." Flip pays a romantic call on Melba but is interrupted by Don Knotts.
 
5 Oct. 1972
Episode #3.2
Flip opens with one of his comedy routines. While Burns describes the new computer of the time, Schrieber recreates the sounds it makes. Flip needs to rent a car from either a rude Ruth Buzzi or a company staffed by beautiful women.
 
12 Oct. 1972
Episode #3.3
Flip and Bill Russell play pool and compare heights. Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara try to set up a date by leaving messages on the each other's recording machines. McCartney and Wings end the show with a La-La-La song.
 
19 Oct. 1972
Episode #3.4
Flip is an ice cream salesman with the Jackson boys as customers then he and David are delivery men at the zoo. The Jacksons sing "Ain't Nothin But The Real Thing." Flip attempts corporate espionage with Diana Sands.
 
26 Oct. 1972
Episode #3.5
Flip portrays Chuck, the activity director at a resort, who makes it his mission to set up singles as played by Ed Asner and Carol Channing. Donnie Hathaway performs a musical number.
 
1 Nov. 1972
Episode #3.6
Flip is a preacher placing a horse racing bet in a skit with Roscoe Lee Browne and Don Adams. The hit "I'll Take You There" is performed by The Staple Singers. Don seeks advice from guru Flip.
 
8 Nov. 1972
Episode #3.7
Flip, as Geraldine, is the romantic interest of debonair Burt Reynolds as directed by Tom Conway but the script becomes improvised. Roberta Flack soulfully croons "Mr. Magic."
 
15 Nov. 1972
Episode #3.8
A sketch about Marlon Brando includes Joan Rivers and Frank Gorshin. The Temptations sing "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" then appear as members of a congregation where Flip preaches against temptation.
 
22 Nov. 1972
Episode #3.9
In first skit Burr is a demented brilliant cook which is followed by Dom Deluise as magician The Great Dominick. Gladys Knight and The Pips harmonize in a song and dance number. Flip interviews Raymond Burr about his life.
 
29 Nov. 1972
Episode #3.10
Flip tells of a ship's captain and engineer who trade places. Burns and Schrieber are a cab driver and passenger in a comedic bit. Dionne Warwick croons "Who Gets the Guy". Flip is an injured QB treated with acupuncture by Tony Randall.
 
5 Dec. 1972
Episode #3.11
Flip as Geraldine learns to call square dances from Johnny Cash and June Carter. Albert Brooks leads a tutorial in writing a new national anthem while basketball great Bill Russell tries to sleep in a very short bed.
 
12 Dec. 1972
Episode #3.12
Long time comedian Slappy White does stand up. Tim Conway returns for a skit involving taking a timed photo with Flip. Rita Coolidge and Kris Kristofferson join for "It Sure Was Love While It Lasted."
 
4 Jan. 1973
Episode #3.13
Flip tells of a father instructing his son in cup drinking. Flip tries to buy a card from James Coco then Barbara McNair takes over. Jim Nabors duets with Barbara on "Somewhere Waiting for Me." Flip, James, and Jim improvise.
 
11 Jan. 1973
Episode #3.14
Flip appears as Reverend Leroy preaching to the faithful. Curtis Mayfield performs his hit "Superfly."
 
18 Jan. 1973
Episode #3.15
Sandy Duncan, Marty Feldman, and Flip try to show a different side of Howard Cosell. Marty joins Flip and Sandy at the vet's office with an unusual pet. Taj Mahal strums an original "Cakewalk Into Town."
 
25 Jan. 1973
Episode #3.16
Flip learns to introduce his guests from Ed Sullivan. Flip is Marvin and goes into partnership with Sammy Davis Jr. on a broken jukebox with Marilyn a disatfied customer, Sammy performs his hit " The Candyman" then explains dancing.
 
1 Feb. 1973
Episode #3.17
Flip, with some comedic input from his pianist, sings a ballad to a lady love. Phyllis does one of her trademark stand up routines. Flip and Ray Charles argue about doing a duet then Ray performs alone.
 
15 Feb. 1973
Episode #3.18
Helen Reddy performs her megahit "I Am Woman." The Amazing Kreskin uses his mind reading skills on the audience. Flip, as Geraldine, works as a grocery store cashier and has trouble with customer Dom Deluise.
 
22 Feb. 1973
Episode #3.19
Flip tells about a couple with a troubled love life. George Carlin returns to join Flip as newscasters reporting unusual items. Flip is a lawyer representing an injured Roy Clark. Flip and Roy do a medley of old timey hits.
 
1 Mar. 1973
Episode #3.20
Rich Little does a Tonight Show homage with Ed McMahon's help. Flip needs a job so goes to an employment office run by Ed. Bill Withers does a meaningful rendition of "Lean On Me."
 
8 Mar. 1973
Episode #3.21
Flip as Herbie the ice cream salesman interacts with Joe Namath and Tim Conway. The three team up as hospital patients forced to share a bed then do a Q&A at show's end. Violin virtuoso Papa John Creach performs "No More Country Girls. "
 
15 Mar. 1973
Episode #3.22
Flip introduces Don Knotts to his invisible dog. Oscar Brown and his wife Jean Pace perform. Flip buys a rickshaw with Richard as his partner. Don is a nervous waiter overhearing about a possible murder from Flip and Richard.
 

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