Fernwood Tonight (1977– )
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Episode #1.28 

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Barth Gimble
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Jerry Hubbard
Frank De Vol ...
Happy Kyne
Laurie Ann Genelin ...
Lori Gallagher
Jo Ellen Genelin ...
Mrs. Gallagher
Fannie Flagg ...
Sylvia Miller
Frank Link ...
Gilbert Ulysses Nelson
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William W.D. 'Bud' Prize
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10 August 1977 (USA)  »

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outrageously funny
16 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

I watched this series regularly, though I found Martin Mull a little creepy and Fred Willard just odd. I have since come to appreciate them both.

This episode and a friend and I howling as both Kenneth Mars and Fannie Flagg played Fernwood residents who had each been abducted by aliens. Beyond their bizarre stories, Kenneth Mars launched into his procedure of "chinodontics" to help realign his chin. He was striving to make himself more attractive so as to win the heart of Dinah Shore.

Both characters had "stimulate" photographs depicting the spaceships that the aliens used. Kenneth Mars insisted the alien ship looked like a cullender, Fannie Flagg countered "No, it looked like a toaster!"

Throughout their hysterical exchanges, both Martin and Fred seemed to sit there stunned. Truly a great moment in television!


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