Carol's guests are Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert, and Nancy Wilson. Harvey joins her for "The Old Folks." Roger brings home his new boss, a health fanatic, and forces Carol to act like she exercises. Carol and Lucy are popular funeral attendees in "As the Stomach Turns," Eddie is an undertaker, and Nancy integrates Canoga Falls. Nancy sings "The Folks Who Live on the Hill," teams with Carol for "The Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener," and Eddie sings "Father of Girls." The finale is a tribute to the astrological sign Leo.
Highlights include: the cast presenting awards for the worst TV commercials of the year; Carol and guest Martha Raye in a pantomime as sloppy Sunday painters; guest Mel Tormé sings "Ridin' High" and "What's New Pussycat?"; in "Carol and Sis", Carol fears the worst when Roger talks in his sleep; and Carol, Martha and the dancers perform a medley of "Chickery Chick", "Mairzy Doats", "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo", "Three Little Fishies", "The Hut-Sut Song", "Flat Foot Floogie", "Tain't What You Do, It's the Way That Cha Do It" and "Dream".
Highlights include: guest Tim Conway introduces his onetime comic partner (and future series announcer) Ernie Anderson in the audience during the opening question-and-answer segment; Tim as a rookie dentist who gets into a series of misadventures while attempting to treat a patient (Harvey); Carol, Vicki and guest Ethel Merman in a backstage sketch about an understudy attempting to sabotage the star before a performance; Tim, Carol, Vicki and Lyle are among relatives gathered at a haunted house for the reading of a will, and dead bodies show up everywhere; Vicki ...
Highlights include: "The Helen Feibelbaum Story", a spoof of celebrity biopics chronicling the rise and fall of a singing star; Harvey as a go-go bachelor whose romance is ruined by a moppet (Carol); and musical performances by guests John Davidson ("Both Sides Now" and "I Will Wait for You") and Ross Martin ("The Man in the Looking Glass"), as well as by Carol ("Look at That Face", "Nine Cents a Dance") and a number by Vicki and the dancers ("'Tain't No Sin");