This Valentine's Day theme show features teen heartthrob Davy Jones of The Monkees.

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This Valentine's Day theme show features teen heartthrob Davy Jones of The Monkees.

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10 February 1969 (USA)  »

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During the Most Asked Question gag, Judy Carne and Davy Jones refer to The Monkees (1966) producer Bert Schneider. See more »

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Announcer: And now, from the transplant ward of the Burbank lonely hearts club, NBC lovingly presents: Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. Or is it laughingly presents Rowan & Martin's Love-In?
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Davy Jones the Valentine guest
9 February 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

The Feb 10 1969 broadcast honored Valentine's Day, featuring special guest Davy Jones, joined by the regular cast- Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Ruth Buzzi, Gary Owens, Judy Carne, Arte Johnson, Jo Anne Worley, Goldie Hahn, Henry Gibson, Chelsea Brown, Alan Sues, J. J. Barry, Byron Gilliam, and Dave Madden (soon to depart for THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY). Romance is the main theme, with one appearance together from Ruth and Arte as Gladys Ormphby and Tyrone F. Horneigh. Surprise faces include Nipsey Russell, Robert Wagner, Greer Garson, and 'world renowned' one man band Red Dog Weber, who deafens Dick with his performance. The Flying Fickle Finger of Fate (or The Nifty Knuckle) is awarded to 'the voters of Youngstown Ohio' (Dick: "see the pretty statue!"). Dave Madden: "I got my wife a new beauty soap that makes rough wrinkled skin disappear, now I can't find her anywhere!" Alan Sues: "statistics show that the majority of home fatalities occur in the bathtub, Dad says that explains the low death rate among hippies!" One Beatles-related comment from Dick: "it was learned today that the new record album which showed Beatle John Lennon and his girlfriend Yoko completely nude had sold over two million copies before anyone noticed the striking resemblance!" Davy: "if Washington is your seat of government, what do you call the politicians who work there?" and "if the parents will stop trying to become teenagers, the teenagers will try to stop becoming parents!" One sketch unites Davy with fellow Britisher Judy Carne, where they both pronounce 'Michigan' as 'Mitch-igan,' announcing 'the fastest rug layer in the world' (the answer- 'Mr. Bert Schneider of Bangor Michigan'). By this time, former Monkees producer Bert Schneider had moved on from television to movies, with the imminent release of Raybert's "Easy Rider." Davy Jones would be joined by fellow Monkees Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith 11 episodes later for the Oct 6 1969 broadcast.


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