In order to cut down on expenses, Lucy advertises for a roommate, selecting the shy Carol Bradford. In order to get Carol to come out of her shell, Lucy and Mary Jane throw a party and invite a group of musicians to perform.

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In order to cut down on expenses, Lucy advertises for a roommate, selecting the shy Carol Bradford. In order to get Carol to come out of her shell, Lucy and Mary Jane throw a party and invite a group of musicians to perform.

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31 October 1966 (USA)  »

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Mary Jane Lewis: Hey!
Lucy Carmichael: What?
Mary Jane Lewis: We could have a party and introduce her to some boys.
Lucy Carmichael: What boys?
Mary Jane Lewis: Well, how about those musicians who live across the hall? They're very nice and they're just kooky enough to get Carol out of her shell.
Lucy Carmichael: Maybe she belongs in a shell.
Mary Jane Lewis: Why?
Lucy Carmichael: Because I think she's some kind of nut.
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Carol Burnett Sings and Shines
14 May 2017 | by (Miami, FL) – See all my reviews

This is one of the most memorable appearances Carol had on television.

When she sings, wait, she belts out, "Hard-Hearted Hannah" it still resounds 50 years later in my memory and in the annals of television entertainment as the one of the funniest and most surprising performances.

Her comedic timing was already legendary in the classic "Gary Moore Show". Even then, you knew she would be an enormous star. I thank her for all of that and her wonderful career which lay ahead of this for years to come.


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