"Episode #3.9" is an episode of The Carol Burnett Show starring Carol Burnett, Harvey Korman, and Vicki Lawrence. Highlights include: a stand-up routine from guest George Carlin criticizing the Emmy Awards' bias in favor of big-budget shows; a spoof of "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice"; two airline ... See full summary »

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... Hostess / Various Characters
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... Various Characters / Announcer
... Himself
... Herself
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Sue Vogelsanger ... Herself / Songwriter
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Highlights include: a stand-up routine from guest George Carlin criticizing the Emmy Awards' bias in favor of big-budget shows; a spoof of "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice"; two airline stewardesses (Carol and guest Lucille Ball) compete for a "best employee" award and end up foiling an airline hijacking; Lyle and Vicki perform "Try a Little Kindness"; and Carol and Lucy as two old-time vaudeville performers being invited by a disc jockey (George) to perform at a rock concert. Written by W.B.

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Comedy | Family

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24 November 1969 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This was Lucille Ball's third of four appearances on "The Carol Burnett Show." A week after this episode first aired, the script for Carol's second appearance on "Here's Lucy" was finalized, although it would not air until March 2, 1970. See more »

Goofs

When Korman's hijacker loudly announces he's got a gun and is hijacking the plane to Cuba, the other passengers (background actors) don't react at all. See more »

Quotes

George Carlin: Remember, for anti-trust or Commie bust, the Department that's just, is really a must! Don't leave your family defenseless. And now, heeeeeeeeere's J. Edgar!
['Tonight Show' theme plays]
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Connections

Spoofs The Tonight Show (1962) See more »

Soundtracks

Happiness Cocktail
Sung by Carol Burnett and Lucille Ball
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