Sketches include Opening billboard, Salute to fatties, Visit with Chubby Checkers, Just married, Beach blanket, Visit with Mr. Know-it-all, Fight manager, Superman's mother, Class medal winner, Military man, Jack in Lone Ranger monologue, Fabulous Farkle family visit, W.C. Fields sketch, Japanese news, and Bird watchers. Featuring Sally Struthers, Steve Allen, W.C. Fields, and Jack Benny.Watch Now:Amazon
Sketches include Prize fighter, Nude women crossovers, World's quickest movies, Nurse purse snatcher, Astronaut on the moon, News of Cuba, Cocktail party, Lion tamer, Ruth and Dennis Honeymoon quickie, Confidential magazine, Flying Fickle Finger of Fate, Lawyer blackout, No more guns, Robin hood blackouts, Kiss of death, and Return of the Swizzlers. Featuring Mike Connors and Carol Burnett.Watch Now:Amazon
Ed tries to snap Chico out of falling in love with and spending too much on a woman he has fallen in love with.Watch Now:Amazon
Teaser: D.J. jumps for joy the second she turns 13! Main Synopsis: It's D.J.'s 13th birthday. A lot of friends are coming to D.J.'s birthday party, including Kevin, a boy D.J. has a crush on. While the party's music is playing, Kimmy tries to get D.J. and Kevin to dance with each other, but they're too nervous, so Kimmy and the rest of D.J.'s friends try to get D.J. and Kevin to kiss by setting them up during a game of "spin the bottle". After a spin, just as D.J. and Kevin are about to kiss, Danny, Jesse, and Joey -- who overheard the whole situation -- get overprotective and barge in and stop it from happening. D.J. becomes furious and feels embarassed by what the guys did, and she feels that they have ruined her 13th birthday. Becky talks to D.J. and the guys, and the guys remember that they themselves played "spin the bottle" when they were D.J.'s age, so after D.J. talks to Becky about the situation, the guys apologize to D.J. for overreacting, and D.J. apologizes for being angrWatch Now:AmazoniTunes
Teaser: Doggies! (teaser features Michelle and Danny) Main Synopsis:The family goes to Lake Tahoe, where Danny and Becky will be doing a special episode of "Wake Up, San Francisco". Joey gets lucky on a slot machine, but doesn't get the money because a videotape shows DJ pulling the machine's lever then ducking back to the other side of a barrier dividing the slot machines from the table where Stephanie and DJ were while an unsuspecting Joey's back is turned. Joey didn't know it was DJ or Stephanie who pulled the lever, so of course he's surprised. Jesse is jealous because Becky can't get her mind off of movie star Todd Masters (Steve Bond), who is scheduled to be a guest on the special episode of "Wake Up, San Francisco". Jesse makes it his mission to make Becky just as jealous so Becky will know how she's making Jesse feel, and then they have an argument in their hotel room. When they calm down, Jesse asks Becky to marry him, and Becky accepts the proposal.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Spoofing the show's final Christmas show Steve Lawrence plays a ballet dancing Jack Frost and a singing Santa Claus; Steve also joins the cast in blackouts as Groucho Marx. Sketches include Lily's Tasteful lady, Marriage counselor, Henny con man sketch, Ruth dungeon runner, the Swizzlers, Sarah and Penn nun runners, Checkout counter, Show business news, Inside Washington, The deaf couple, Fortune teller, The Mod World of Salesmanship, Out of the bushes quickie, and Half-off black belt. Featuring Rich Little, Henny Youngman, and Jack Klugman.
Sketches include Dick firing squad runner, Roller derby, Boarding house sketch, Visit with W.C. Fields, Jack Benny crossover, Jack explains show business, Confidentiality blackouts, Ruth shops for shoes, President news by Dick, News from Heaven with Lily, Discovery of the week, Vaudeville joke wall, and Swinging singles. Featuring Lily Tomlin, Richard Dawson, W.C. Fields, Jack Benny.
Sketches include Steve the hillbilly runners, Michael with the stagecoach, the Laugh-In Boom boom room, Whoopee award, Priest confessional booth, Cass in operating room runners, The Mod World of Commercials, Ruth and cast girdle blackout, A look back at the swinging sixties, and Silent majority. Featuring Lily Tomlin, Michael Landon, Cass Elliot, Steve Allen and Angie Dickinson.
Fake commercial, Con man, Ancient Chinese crossover, Fortune cookie quickie, Cowboy blackouts, Headline news, Orgy quickie, Cannibal banquet, Kremlin wastebasket, Magicians, Garage show auto mechanic, Discovery of the week, Robert Broadway sketch, My husband blackout, Women liberationist quickie, Salute to people in business, and shoe store sketch. Featuring Robert Goulet.
Jack Klugman as Filthy Farkle, the black sheep of the Farkle family, and a floppy-eared dog reporting the news from the animal world. A dream sequence finds Gladys Ormphby married to Jack - who turns out to be as sloppy as his Odd Couple character Oscar. Sketches include Firing squad runners, Visit with the nuns, Drinking quickie, Running jokes with Godfather, Headline news, Book reviews, News from London, Ireland, and China, News of the First Lady, Salute to old comedians, Vaudeville, Jewish slept here blackouts, Garage show pilot, Vietnam visit, Return of the nuns, Gladiator bits, The Swizzlers, and Senator comments. Featuring Wilt Chamberlain.
Spoofing the Presidency; a mock Presidential conference a-la The Tonight Show; an outgoing President refusing to vacate The White House, and a vodka rehearsal for a trip to Moscow. Sketches include Here comes the judge opening, Sammy cowboy sketch, Edith-Ann meets Sammy, Ruth as Kathryn Kuhlman, Dungeon runner, Visit to W.C. Fields, Visit with Will Maston trio, General Bullwright song, Salute to the Fifties, Ed visits the show, Sammy little lost boy runner, and Equal rights blackout. Featuring Sammy Davis Jr., W.C. Fields, Ed Sullivan and the Will Maston Trio, Angie Dickinson, Totie Fields, Monty Hall.
Sketches include Judy parlor scene, Groucho cafe, News billboard, Business news, Sports news, Con man bit, John's rebuttal, Spy business blackout, Dan and John foxhole scene, Salute to California, Offshore drilling, Gambling blackout, Dan and Dick on Doris Day, Robot Theater, Indian smoke with John, and Dick's finale. Featuring Don Rickles, John Wayne, and Ruth Buzzi.
Sketches include James in Vaudeville wall; A look at bad manners; A look at eternal youth; Ruth in Kathryn Kuhlman sketch, Bob convict runner, Salute to Thanksgiving, A look at pop culture, Two busy guys, Visit with the Farkle family, The King and I, Sculptor blackout, Etiquette rimshots montage, Hippies and hip news, and Ruth's book review. Featuring Jim Khan, Nanette Fabray, and Bob Crane
Sketches include Dan and Dick opening monologue, Con man crossover, Two old men, Godmother, Cowboy runner, Gladys' comments, Garage show auto mechanic, A look back at W.C. Fields, Dungeon blackout, Nude scene blackout, Standing room blackout, Salute to the actor, News of Al Capone, Senior citizens' news, Minority report, Military map runner, and Mother nature scene. Featuring Dom DeLuise.
Sketches include Laugh-In looks at the News, News of the Past, Present, and Future, Cocktail party, Umpire blackouts, Lifeboat runners with Abbe and Julie, Caveman couples, Astronaut on the moon, Congressmen, Nun runners, Dyan visits the fabulous Farkle family, Salute to guns, and the Joke wall. Featuring Bob Hope, Dyan Cannon, Julie London, Abbe Lane, and Sammy Davis.
John Wayne camps it up as a floppy ear bunny & parodies his movie roles, The salute to the summer of '72. Isaac Hayes, Kent McCord, Martin Milner. Sketches include Laugh-In girls cheerleader opening, Intro to new cast members, Laugh-In Salutes the Summer of '72, Edith Ann's stories of school, All in the Ghetto, and Joke wall. Featuring John Wayne, Jill St. John, and the Keystone Cops, Isaac Hayes, Kent McCord, Martin Milner.
Sketches include Phyllis opens the show, Irish blackout, Baby blackout, Phyllis in marriage counselor, Mae West blackouts, Sloppy cook runner, Monster quickie, Nuns confessional, Salute to beautiful people, Face lift sketch, Politics blackout, Hollywood news, Pope's wastebasket, A look back to twenty-five years ago, and Bum quickie. Featuring Phyllis Diller.
Sketches include Howard opening, Three musketeers runner, Book store quickies, Kissing booth quickie, Fake commercial blackouts, Pole vault quickies, Dinner table blackout, The fabulous Farkle family says hello, Holdup blackout, Bedroom library, One tooth, Confessional booth, Adam Twelve runner, The Mod World of Sports, Hard of hearing blackouts, and Olympics crapshoot. Featuring Howard Cosell.
Sketches include Two monks, Marriage counselor, Pilot runner, Family fight blackout, Visit with the Farkle family, the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate award, Hijacked hearse, Two monkeys runner, William in quickies, Bug in the soup, Sound effects, News of the underworld, First president, Super bowl news. Featuring Lily Tomlin, Cody Fields, Monty Hall, and William Morris.
Sketches include Opening monologue, Insurance, Magic quickies, Minister quickies, Nose job blackout, Topless crossovers, Con man, Bridget and Bernie runner, Proposal runner, Return of Simon & Garfarkle and the Farkle family, Convict runner, Salute to airlines and air travel, Minority news, The Swizzlers, Fickle Finger of Fate award, and a Look at Women's Lib. Featuring Meredith Baxter.
Sketches include Three monks, Drivers, Three musketeers, Celebrities montage, Godmother Capone, Visitors news, Three-headed man, Ring master, Airplane, Elephant, Big Top and Barker blackouts, Salute to the Circus, Cowpoke blackout, Three monks and the Burbank fire department, Psychiatrist quickies, and Joke wall close. Featuring Ruth Buzzi, and Charlie Callus.
Sketches include Beauty parlor, Girdle shop visit with Edith-Ann, Drunk quickies, Marriage counselor, Cannibal blackouts, Fickle finger of fate aware, Emission quickie, Plastic surgery, Study of wife swapping, Trading stamps, Noise line, Lily's stammering lady, Preview of upcoming shows, The Swizzlers, General Bullwright's report, and Clown closing. Featuring Sammy Davis, Jr.
Sketches include Christmas party, Two kings runner, Lily and Richard under the Mistletoe, Christmas shopper, Hillbilly Christmas, My Fair Lady sketch, Steve the know-it-all, Edith-Ann's Christmas, Military Christmas, Gladys and Steve Lawrence dream duet, Pilots in the cockpit, and Black reporter with Willie. Featuring Steve Lawrence, Peter Marshall, Steve Allen, Willie Lester.
To reupholster Fred's furniture as a gift, Lamont and Esther convince him the furniture was stolen, but Fred buys tacky new pieces with the insurance money.Watch Now:Amazon
Teaser: Joey plays baseball with Michelle. Main Synopsis: Jesse wants to have a romantic night with Becky, who tells Jesse that she can't because she is scheduled for a business dinner with Beau McIntyre, a former football player who is scheduled to be a guest on "Wake Up, San Francisco", and this makes Jesse jealous. There are 20 minutes left until Stephanie has to be at dance class, so what is there to do until then? She can't get anyone to listen to her about how her day has gone so far, even Joey, who is preoccupied with his new car "Rosie". When Joey sees a nick in Rosie's paint, he leaves with Comet to go to Sid & Jean's Auto Supplies to buy a bottle of touch up paint. While Joey is gone, Stephanie gets inside of "Rosie" so she'll have something to do. As she is sitting in the driver's seat, she decides to turn the radio on, and after messing with the radio, and it doesn't come on, Stephanie turns the key, hoping that she's turning it toward the auxiliary option that allows youWatch Now:AmazoniTunes
Teaser: Michelle pays more attention to her snack than the laundry Danny is sorting. Main Synopsis: Joey and Michelle are outside having a little rest in the backyard when a golden retriever shows up and steals Joey's snack. The girls want to keep the dog, but Danny's not sure that he should allow that. Jesse is not thrilled at all when the dog picks his bed, of all places, to give birth to a litter of puppies. The dog's owner, Frank Flood, who is from Ohio, arrives to pick up the dog after the guys call him and tell him where the dog is, and Frank decides to give the family one of the puppies. Danny allows the girls to accept the puppy from Frank.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
After a relative leaves Lamont $7,000 if he weds and has a child, Fred visits a dating service to find Lamont a mate.Watch Now:Amazon
Teaser: Kimmy watches as D.J. and Stephanie hand Michelle the tutu and diadem that Stephanie and D.J. once wore. Main Synopsis: The family watches a videotape from when Danny and Joey were in college, and on the tape, Joey gave himself a deadline of 10 years to be a successful comedian. The end of the 10-year deadline is now two weeks away. Danny surprises Joey with a chance to appear on Star Search, hosted by Ed McMahon. Joey is accepted as a contestant on the show, and he competes against defending champion Steve Oedekerk, who wins yet again, leaving Joey feeling depressed about not being able to honor the 10 year deadline he set for himself, but Michelle lifts his spirits.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Danny takes the Tanners to Hawaii in honor of their two year anniversary since becoming a family. While there, Danny becomes his usual controlling self and takes the family around together, including on a visit to a deserted island where he forgets to tie the boat and it drifts away. The family thinks they're doomed until they find out they are in fact on Pua Island where they meant they go for a show. Joey keeps seeing a hula girl he likes, and Jesse & Becky have an argument about Elvis.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Teaser: Stephanie ties Michelle's shoes for her. Main Synopsis: Danny's mother Claire has arrived for a visit. Claire has retired from her job, and Danny wants to make Claire feel that she is still a needed person, but Danny's plan ends up working too well -- now Claire wants to move into the Tanner house. Danny has a talk with Claire, and since there is nothing keeping her in the state of Washington anymore, Danny decides to help Claire search for an apartment near the Tanner house. During Claire's visit, Michelle's crib is replaced with a new bed for Michelle...but all Michelle wants to do is jump up and down on the new bed.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Teaser: Jesse explains to Michelle which way is left and which way is right. Main Synopsis: Danny, Jesse, and Joey feel that the girls are taking them for granted. No matter what the guys do, they never receive a "thank you" from the girls, so the guys decide to teach the girls a needed lesson by switching roles and letting the girls see how it feels to be the adults for a day, but when it seems that the girls are not catching on as planned, the guys look into what could happen in the future if the girls continue to take them for granted. Jesse thinks the worst part about the future they imagined is that he wore a hair piece. Later, the girls do catch on to the lesson the guys are trying to teach them, and they admit their mistake of taking the guys for granted.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Teaser: Michelle teaches Danny how to blow bubbles in a glass of milk. Main Synopsis: Joey has fallen for Stacy, one of Jesse's background singers. Stacy, who feels the same way about Joey, notices how bossy Jesse is to Joey while they're at work making commercials, so she encourages Joey to refuse to be bossed around by Jesse all the time. When a presentation that's based on an idea by Jesse is rejected, Joey substitutes his own idea for the presentation, and Joey's version of the presentation is not rejected. This leaves Jesse angry and feeling like the odd man out, and Jesse takes it out on Joey and Stacy, until Danny helps Jesse realize that he is too bossy, and Joey was right to assert himself, so Jesse apologizes to Joey and Stacy and promises that he'll try not to be so bossy to Joey anymore. Meanwhile, Comet, as playful as he is, has a habit of damaging things that are lying around the house, and Stephanie's favorite stuffed toy, Mr. Bear, is Comet's latest victim. FortunatelWatch Now:iTunes
When Fred's friend Bowlegs finds himself a man short for a nightclub engagement, Fred and Lamont must take the stage to help him out.Watch Now:Amazon
Teaser: Danny, Joey, and D.J. "chase away a monster" in Michelle's closet. Main Synopsis: The family is babysitting the Kagans' new baby, Tony, for a night. Tony bonds with Jesse, who lets Tony sleep in Michelle's old crib, lets Tony play with Michelle's toys, and sings Michelle's special bedtime song to Tony, and this leaves Michelle thinking Jesse no longer cares about her. Jesse proves Michelle wrong when he realizes how hurt he's making her feel. Meanwhile, Danny enrolls Comet in obedience school, and it's not making Comet as obedient as Danny would like for him to be.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Julio and the Sanfords consolidate their junk businesses but soon sour on the merger.Watch Now:Amazon
Teaser: Danny and Michelle play basketball. Main Synopsis: Sometimes, Jesse thinks it's not fun to do what Becky wants to do, and Becky sometimes thinks it's not fun to do what Jesse wants to do. This leads to an argument between Jesse and Becky, and then leads to a break-up between the two. Jesse starts dating a woman named Diane, and Jesse constantly talks about Becky on his date with Diane, because he regrets the break-up. Jesse brings Diane home with him, and Diane looks at Becky and says, "If you're not Becky, you're going to hear a lot about her". Touched by this, Becky realizes that she also regrets the break-up, so she and Jesse work things out and decide to stay together. Meanwhile, Stephanie loses a tooth, and "Tooth Fairy" Danny mistakenly leaves Stephanie a 20-dollar bill under her pillow when in the darkness of night time, he thought he had pulled a 1-dollar bill out of his wallett. Danny and the guys also try to teach Michelle that she shouldn't be selfish during playtiWatch Now:iTunes
Rev. Johnny returns to give a sermon at the church.
It's Michelle's 3rd birthday, and the guys have decided to throw a "circus" birthday party for Michelle, complete with clowns and other things seen in circuses. Before the party, Danny complains about a problem with his car, and Jesse agrees to fix it. Jesse can't fix it, so he takes Stephanie and Michelle out to a gas station with him to have it fixed. After the car is fixed, Jesse and the girls decide to visit the restroom before they leave, and during this time, Elmer, the mechanic, locks the station up without knowing that Jesse, Stephanie, and Michelle are still inside. Michelle's friends arrive at the house, and Danny, Joey, and D.J. try to keep them busy, in hopes that Jesse, Stephanie, and Michelle will be home soon. At the gas station, Jesse and Stephanie throw a makeshift "circus" party for Michelle, then Elmer returns three hours later, and he's surprised that he locked Jesse, Stephanie, and Michelle in the station. Elmer unlocks the station to let them out. By this time, MiWatch Now:iTunes
Tag: Mike Love still singing while the Tanner's dance.Watch Now:iTunes
Fred becomes convinced that a ring given to him by friends and family was actually stolen from Frank Sinatra.
Teaser: Joey helps Michelle fix her toy car. Main Synopsis: Jesse tells Stephanie that she must apologize for going along with her classmates in teasing Walter, a kid who wears eyeglasses, but the apology makes Walter think Stephanie loves him, and when Stephanie's friends come over to the house and see Stephanie talking to Walter, they make Stephanie a target for teasing, until Stephanie turns the tables on them, and shows them how it feels to be teased. Meanwhile, at school, D.J. has been assigned to follow and observe a person for a day, then write an essay about that person. D.J. chooses Michelle to be the subject for the essay, and on "Wake Up, San Francisco", Joey fills in for Becky as Danny's co-host while Becky is out of town.Watch Now:iTunes
Teaser: Michelle and Danny record the welcome message on the new answering machine. Main Synopsis: Joey gets a chance to be "Mr. Egghead" on a TV science show called "Mr. Egghead". Stephanie and her class are the guests on Joey's tryout episode. Joey feels like Mr. Scrambled Egghead when he accidentally breaks Stephanie's nose during the taping of the show, and Stephanie and her class are scheduled to have their class picture taken on the next day. Stephanie was humiliated in her class picture last year, because the photographer snapped the picture while Stephanie was in the middle of a sneeze, but this year, Stephanie absolutely refuses to let a bandage on her nose result in yet another humiliating class picture, because she's afraid her classmates will call her "Robo-nose".Watch Now:iTunes
Teaser: Joey and Jesse are singing the "teapot blues" while Michelle is the teapot. Main Synopsis: An earthquake has left its emotional marks on Stephanie, and now the only thing she wants to do is cling to Danny. Jesse and Joey suggest taking Stephanie to a child psychiatrist. Danny reluctantly follows the suggestion and takes Stephanie to Doctor Mary-Ann Steiner, who uses a picture Stephanie drew to get her to explain her behavior -- on the day of the earthquake, Danny was three hours late getting home from work, and Stephanie thought she'd never see Danny again, and she's been clinging to Danny ever since, so she'll always know where he is. Doctor Steiner helps Stephanie come up with a solution to her problem. Meanwhile, D.J. wants to hide from the world when she gets her first zit -- right on her nose.Watch Now:iTunes
Teaser: Michelle and Jesse play hide and seek. Main Synopsis: The new school year is starting, and Stephanie, who is entering 2nd grade, is the only Tanner left in her school, and she expects a bad day at school, but instead, it turns out to be a good day for Stephanie. The same can't be said for 12-year-old D.J., who is entering 7th grade, a step closer to becoming a teenager. On her first day in junior high, D.J. is humiliated by Colleen and Susan, a couple of bullies. On the next morning, D.J. decides to put on make-up, because she believes the only way to fit in among the 7th graders is to do what Kimmy and virtually all of the other 7th grade girls are doing -- look twice as old as she really is by putting on makeup. Danny thinks D.J. is overdoing it, so he lets Becky help D.J. with the makeup. Meanwhile, Joey tries to teach Jesse how to play golf so they can impress a client who likes to play golf.Watch Now:iTunes
Teaser: Jesse and Michelle play the "laughing game". Main Synopsis: It's the night of a reunion for Joey and Danny -- the reunion of Chi Sigma Sigma (CSS), the college fraternity they were in 10 years ago. Joey and Danny remember that the fraternity burned Danny's Chi Sigma Sigma jacket 10 years ago when Danny messed up and unintentionally allowed a sorority, Lambda Tau Delta (LTD), to steal the stuffed seal that was Chi Sigma Sigma's mascot. The Lambda Tau Delta girls tickled Danny to the ground and took the seal. Since the LTD girls are also having a reunion, Joey and Danny see an opportunity to get the seal back from the LTD girls. D.J. and Kimmy then accidentally break the TV while trying to take it upstairs, and Danny tells D.J. and Kimmy that they are not allowed to see each other for three weeks. Later, Danny and Joey head off to the reunion while D.J. stays home to watch Stephanie and Michelle. In their attempt to get the seal back, Danny and Joey disguise themselves as womenWatch Now:iTunes
Sketches include Don faith healer runner, Lily at the checkout counter, Don and the Three Musketeers, Two kids runner, Don as a cowboy, The Farkle family says hello, Mean nurse, Tribute to W.C Fields, Quickies, Spanking baby movie, Lily's Stammering lady, Salute to good manners, Don visits the moon, Visit with Captain Bly, Headline news, and Special events of the week. Featuring Don Rickles.
Sketches include Two nuns, Burbank Fire department runners, Jean Very Elegant song, King of the Jungle runners, Sports news covers the cannonball catch, Jean, Ruth, and Dennis marriage counselor, Salute to the family, Laugh-In Joggers, Bikini beach, Fake record commercial, Dick in boxing ring blackouts, and Joke wall. Featuring Jean Stapleton, Jack Carter, Henny Youngman.
Sketches include Salute to law and order, Miss America, Lucy tennis blackouts, Madame Curie, Blind date, Lucy on Italian-Jewish life, Laugh-In girls cheerleading squad, Nanette want ads, China/Russia border, Marine news, Laugh-In salutes adult books, Stripper bit with Dick and Ruth, Lucy Roller derby, and Dan, Dick and Lucie production number. Featuring Lucie Arnaz and Nanette Fabray.
Sketches include Lily and William in marriage counselor, Captain Amazing, Senator blackouts, Small town news, Indian tradition, Burbank beauties, Lily and Ruth innocent bystanders, Kids' letters, Dan and Dick Tarzan sketch, funeral blackouts, Dan and Dick firing squad, Return of the Swizzlers, and edited speech exposé. Featuring William Conrad, Henry Mancini, and Dan and Mary Rowan.