The Carol Burnett Show
The iconic and critically acclaimed comedy series starring Carol Burnett and her solid cast in hilarious musical and comedy sketches.
Directed byDave Powers
S01:E01 - S1 E1 - Jim Nabors
Carol's series premiere guest is Jim Nabors. Highlights of this inaugural edition include: a "V.I.P." interview with Shirley Dimple; Jim and Carol as two misfit skiers in "The Ski Lodge"; the first "Carol and Sis" sketch; and a Broadway medley. Jim sings "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" in Italian, and Carol as the Charwoman sings "Georgy Girl".
S01:E02 - S1 E2 - Sid Caesar
Comedy legend Sid Caesar guests as an expectant father. Also, "V.I.P." interviews Lucy Brains, and "Carol & Sis" finds Chris' college interview complicated by sleeping pills.
S01:E03 - S1 E3 - Jonathan Winters
The brilliant Jonathan Winters guests as a pair of airport patrons interviewed by Harvey. And in "Carol & Sis", Carol and Harvey struggle to remember the names of their visiting old dear friends.
S01:E04 - S1 E4 - Lucille Ball, Tim Conway
Lucille Ball and Tim Conway guest star in this hilarious episode, highlighted by a sketch in which Lucy and Carol play rival Rent-A-Car agents vying for Tim's business.
S01:E05 - S1 E5 - Imogene Coca
Delightful Imogene Coca joins Carol to play friends enlisted to appear in a coffee commercial, while Harvey and Carol shine in an interview with Miss America and the parody "Bonnie And Clod."
S01:E06 - S1 E6 - Bobbie Gentry, Phyllis Diller
It's disorder in the court when guest Phyllis Diller presides over a murder trial. Other segments include an outrageous take on "Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde" and Bobbie Gentry singing "The Look Of Love."
S01:E07 - S1 E7 - Diahann Carroll, Smothers Brothers
Diahaan Carroll and Carol perform a musical Halloween number that's all treat and no trick. 60s spiritualism is skewered when The Smothers Brothers drop by, and "Carol & Sis" dabble in astrology.
S01:E08 - S1 E8 - Nanette Fabray
Guest Star Nanette Fabray takes the stage as Carol's vivacious office rival. Other sketches include a "V.I.P." interview at a nudist camp and a wildly satiric look at foreign airlines.
S01:E09 - S1 E9 - Dick Chamberlain, Kay Medford
Frankly my dear, guest star Richard Chamberlain gives it his all in "Gone With The Breeze". And in the latest "Carol & Sis" sketch, it's one sibling too many when Roger's big sister Mimi shows up.
S01:E10 - S1 E10 - Martha Raye
Boisterous big mouth Martha Raye guests as Carol's unlikely cabinmate on a cruise. A "V.I.P." interview with Lynda Bird and a demonstration of E.S.P. only add to the fun.
S01:E11 - S1 E11 - Don Adams
Would you believe Don Adams guest stars? Don plays a talk show host beset with technical difficulties, Carol's agitated husband in "The Lost Purse," and (with Harvey) one of a pair of griping fathers.
S01:E12 - S1 E12 - Jonathan Winters
The irrepressible Jonathan Winters returns, playing two roles in "The Wonderful World Of Prisons!" Also featured: "Carol & Sis" put together a surprise party; and Carol is "Mrs. Invisible Man."
S01:E13 - S1 E13 - Mickey Rooney, John Davidson
Carol's guests are Mickey Rooney and John Davidson! Davidson sings "Somewhere", Rooney takes part in a wild, wild Western, and Carol must choose between the two (and Lyle) on "The Rat Race."
S01:E14 - S1 E14 - Mickey Rooney, John Davidson
Special guests Mickey Rooney and John Davidson join Carol and Vicki to tell the tale of "The Four Funns Of Broadway," a show-biz chronicle of a vaudeville family packed with songs and laughs.
S01:E15 - S1 E15 - Jonathan Winters, Sid Caesar
Jonathan Winters crashes Carol's Q&A, while the legendary "Professor" Sid Caesar teaches Carol self-defense, then joins the gang for a spoof of Ancient Rome movies. "Hail Caesar," indeed!
S01:E16 - S1 E16 - Lynn Redgrave
Lynn Redgrave guests, joining Carol and Harvey in "A Dirty English Movie" about soccer player Crazy Feet Groggins. And in "Carol & Sis", Carol and Vicki try to hide a dog from an allergic Harvey.
S01:E17 - S1 E17 - Frank Gorshin, Lana Turner
Carol's guests are Frank Gorshin and Lana Turner. Gorshin dazzles with his famous impressions, then joins up with Turner in a sketch about Bluebeard, who has just taken his unlucky 13th bride--Carol.
S01:E18 - S1 E18 - Ken Berry, Trini Lopez
Guest star Ken Berry shows off his musical theatre chops, first performing "Mack The Knife", then joining Carol, Harvey, and guest Trini Lopez in the musical melodrama "Showdown On The Show Boat."
S01:E19 - S1 E19 - Shirley Jones, George Chakiris
Carol's guests are George Chakiris and Shirley Jones! Chakiris joins Carol for the Q&A, while the latest "Carol & Sis" sketch finds Jones playing Roger's temp secretary--much to Carol's dismay.
S01:E20 - S1 E20 - Jonathan Winters
The great Jonathan Winters returns as Carol's guest, highlighted by a dual role in "The Wonderful World Of Hospitals." And the latest "Carol & Sis" sketch finds carol stuck in Chris' space helmet.
S01:E21 - S1 E21 - Jack Palance
Tough guy Jack Palance guest stars, playing off his screen persona in a gangster sketch. Meanwhile Carol and Roger encounter Chris' newest beau--an eccentric flower child--in "Carol & Sis."
S01:E22 - S1 E22 - Martha Raye, Betty Grable
Martha Raye and Betty Grable guest in the soap opera spoof "As The Stomach Turns." And a "Beautiful Legs" contest reveals stiff completion from an unlikely competitor. All this, and Carol's Q&A too!
S01:E23 - S1 E23 - Nanette Fabray, Art Carney
Art Carney and Nanette Fabray are Carol's guests for this delightful outing, featuring the sketches "Guess What's Coming To Dinner?" (spoiler alert: It's a mermaid) and "Passion On 10th Avenue."
S01:E24 - S1 E24 - Garry Moore, Durward Kirby
Garry Moore and Durward Kirby team up with Carol and the gang for the evening, appearing in the sketch "Science Fiction Playhouse." Meanwhile, "Carol & Sis" features Carol three sheets to the wind.
S01:E25 - S1 E25 - Imogene Coca, Mel Torme
Imogene Coca and "The Velvet Fog" Mel Torme are Carol's guests. Highlights include Coca and Carol as wives of rival political candidates, and a fangtastic Dracula sketch with Torme as Igor.
S01:E26 - S1 E26 - Tim Conway, Ruth Buzzi
Guest stars Tim Conway and Ruth Buzzi liven up the scene tonight, with Buzzi playing Chris' friend Gretchen in "Carol & Sis", and Tim and Carol as shipwreck survivors on a desert island.
S01:E27 - S1 E27 - Gloria Loring, Soupy Sales
Carol's guests are Soupy Sales and Gloria Loring. Loring teams up with Carol and Vicki for a spoof of "Valley Of The Dolls." Then, Sales and Carol play naive newlyweds on a most awkward honeymoon.
S01:E28 - S1 E28 - Peter Lawford
The Rat Pack meets The Burnett Bunch when Peter Lawford guests! Sketches include a scary evening at home with "Carol & Sis", and Lawford wooing his mail order bride Carol on an Amazonian plantation.
S01:E29 - S1 E29 - Tim Conway
For a guest like Tim Conway, Carol's door is always open! Tonight, Tim's engagement ring for Carol, made from the cursed Hope Diamond, causes no end of bad luck for them. Also featured: "Carol & Sis."
S01:E30 - S1 E30 - Barbara McNair, Sid Caesar
Sid Caesar and Barbara McNair are Carol's guests tonight. McNair and Carol spoof a classic TV series with "I Try", while "V.I.P." features a talk with silent film stars played by Carol and Sid.
S01:E31 - S1 E31 - Family Show
The season finale "Family Show" features Carol putting the rest of the cast on the spot for the Q&A, as well as beloved recurring sketches like "Carol & Sis" and "The Old Folks."
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