Tim Conway hosted a variety show so closely modeled on the successful Carol Burnett Show, even using some of the same sketches. Interpersed were dance routines where all the performers were youngsters and musical numbers.
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I love the show except that the show was moved around to different times and days or it was interrupted by some other TV event. It nearly happen to the hit 1980s show Hill Street Blues. Veronica Harmel who play Joyce Davenport in that show stated that even her family complain that they couldn't find the show in the TV Guide.
One of the best episode was is where Joe Flynn and Tim Conway had a baby in the cockpit while they were up in the air. The baby started crying and Conway was rocking the airplane and singing Rock a Bye Baby. In the words of Larry the Cable Guy "That's funny." The same thing happened to the show Shark with James Wood. It should have been left on Thursday night after CSI Las Vegas.
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