The Carol Burnett Show: Season 6, Episode 9

Episode #6.9 (8 Nov. 1972)

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Highlights include: guests Steve Lawrence and Lily Tomlin take part in an opening musical number, "We're All in the Same Band"; Lily does a monologue as a woman abandoned by her boyfriend, ... See full summary »

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Highlights include: guests Steve Lawrence and Lily Tomlin take part in an opening musical number, "We're All in the Same Band"; Lily does a monologue as a woman abandoned by her boyfriend, and appears as a divorcée in "Carol and Sis"; The Godfather (Steve) is trying to enjoy a quiet honeymoon; "Caged Dames", a spoof of 1950s women-in-prison movies; and musical performances from Steve (a medley of "I Can Get Along Without You" and "Without You") and Carol as the Charwoman ("If They Could See Me Now" and "Baby, Dream Your Dream"). Written by W.B.

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