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Highlights of this edition with guests Steve Lawrence and Carol Channing include: parodies of "The African Queen" and "Sorry, Wrong Number"; a salute to silent movie comedians; and the two Carols duet on a medley of "Button Up Your Overcoat", "Ain't Misbehavin'", and "You're the Cream in My Coffee". Written by W.B.

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6 October 1971 (USA)  »

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Both Carols (Burnett and Channing) are characters in the soap-opera spoof, "As the Stomach Turns". Burnett's character is Marian, and Channing plays Jinx (because she brings bad luck wherever she goes). At one point, Channing says to Burnett, "Oh, Jinx, I'm so unhappy" - mistakenly assigning her own character name to Burnett. In all other lines, she correctly calls Burnett "Marian". See more »

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Spoofs The African Queen (1951) See more »

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