The Carol Burnett Show: Season 1, Episode 1

Episode #1.1 (11 Sep. 1967)

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Carol's series premiere guest is Jim Nabors. Highlights of this inaugural edition include: a "V.I.P." interview with Shirley Dimple; Jim and Carol as two misfit skiers in "The Ski Lodge"; ... See full summary »

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Carol's series premiere guest is Jim Nabors. Highlights of this inaugural edition include: a "V.I.P." interview with Shirley Dimple; Jim and Carol as two misfit skiers in "The Ski Lodge"; the first "Carol and Sis" sketch; and a Broadway medley. Jim sings "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" in Italian, and Carol as the Charwoman sings "Georgy Girl". Written by W.B.

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In recent years, Carol Burnett has revealed that the idea for her starting off each show with a question-and-answer session with the studio audience came from the series' first executive producer, Bob Banner, based on Garry Moore's doing audience warm-ups himself (as opposed to a professional warm-up artist or stand-in) prior to the taping of each edition of The Garry Moore Show (1958), which Banner had also produced. Like Jim Nabors' annual season-premiere guest appearances, the opening audience question-and-answer segments became a permanent part of the show. See more »

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