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Season 04, Episode 01 Show 44

S04 E01

Sep 12, 1973
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Show 44 Sep 12, 1973 1. Sonny and Cher open the show with ""Games People Play"" and banter about Sonny having performed this summer at the White House for the President of the United States, as well as making a dramatic guest appearance on Marcus Welby with Robert Young. In comedy blackouts, a couple (Sonny and Cher) arrive at the front porch of the lady's home after an evening out; and Sonny gets to meet Miss USA and Miss Universe. 2. ""Lady Luck"" -- A disgruntled suitor (Chuck) complains to his companion (Cher) about always having to meet her in secluded places; a married woman (Cher) decides to enter into an adulterous affair with a man she met at the train station (Chuck); and a depressed man sitting at a bar (Sonny) tells why he thinks he's a jinx to anyone who comes near him. 3. ""At the Launderette"" -- Obnoxious housewife Laverne (Cher) offers fashion advice to frumpy friend Olivia (regular Teri Garr) and airs her dirty laundry about husband Harry. 4. Sonny and Cher sing ""Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"" to an ani

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Season 04, Episode 02 Show 45

S04 E02

Sep 19, 1973
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Show 45 Sep 19, 1973 1. Sonny and Cher open the show with ""I Couldn't Live Without Your Love"" and banter about Sonny having his family traced. In comedy blackouts, the chief undercover spy for the Confederacy (Cher) leaves home on a dangerous assignment deep behind enemy lines; and reporter Barbara Nauseous (Cher) interviews Telly about having been approached to be a nude centerfold in Women's Lib magazine. 2. ""Lady Luck"" -- A masked stranger (Sonny) tries to rescue Cher from the evil Count of Los Angeles (Danny); an elderly woman (Cher) approaches two men in the park (Sonny and Telly), hoping she might get one of them to walk her dog; and a distressed man (Telly) gets even more bad news from his jinxed wife (Cher). 3. ""Sonny's Pizza Parlor"" -- Danny appears as the owner of the next-door pet store, who comes to the pizzeria complaining about the smell. 4. Sonny and Cher perform ""Get Ready"" 5. ""A Story About Love"" -- Sonny plays a poor student in a takeoff on Love Story, with Cher cast as his wealthy (but v

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Season 04, Episode 03 Show 46 - The Sonny & Cher Years (1)

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Sep 26, 1973
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Show 46 - The Sonny & Cher Years (1) Sep 26, 1973 The Sonny & Cher Years (Part 1) A nostalgia show with guests Dick Clark, Edd Byrnes, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Bobby Vinton, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Music includes: Chuck Berry – "Johnny B. Goode" and "Rock and Roll Music." Jerry Lee Lewis – "Whole Lot of Shakin' Goin' On" and "Great Balls of Fire." Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons - "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry" and "Walk Like a Man." Bobby Vinton - "Blue Velvet" and "Mister Lonely." Comedy: Dressed in 1960s attire, Sonny and Cher re-enact their wedding. An embellished look at how Sonny was discovered as a rock star. Plus, blackouts poking fun at the fads and trends of the 1960s.

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Season 04, Episode 04 Show 47

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Oct 3, 1973
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Show 47 Oct 3, 1973 The Vamp segment looks back at the love affair between Lord Horatio Nelson (Capote) and his mistress Lady Hamilton (Cher). Cher also plays another vamp, Sadie Thompson, in a parody of spy movies, with Capote playing the evil Dr. Leadfinger and John Davidson as James Blond. Music: Sonny & Cher – "Get Down" and "The Weight." Cher – "Superstar." John Davidson – "Behind Closed Doors."

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Season 04, Episode 05 Show 48

S04 E05

Oct 10, 1973
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Show 48 Oct 10, 1973 Cher – "My Love." Sonny & Cher – "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the old Oak Tree" and "Honky Tonk Woman."

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Season 04, Episode 06 Show 49

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Oct 17, 1973
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Show 49 Oct 17, 1973 Cher - "More Than You Know." Sonny & Cher - "Everyday People." Dennis Weaver – "Hollywood Freeway." Comedy: A "Sonny’s Pizza Parlor" sketch with detective Dennis Weaver investigating a robbery at the restaurant.

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Season 04, Episode 07 Show 50

S04 E07

Oct 24, 1973
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Show 50 Oct 24, 1973 Sonny & Cher - "Everything is Beautiful" and "Delta Dawn." Jim Nabors – "Green, Green Grass of Home."

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Season 04, Episode 08 Show 51

S04 E08

Oct 31, 1973
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Show 51 Oct 31, 1973 Halloween Episode Cher - "That’s Life." Sonny & Cher - "I Wanna Take You Higher."

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Season 04, Episode 09 Show 52

S04 E09

Nov 7, 1973
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Show 52 Nov 7, 1973

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Season 04, Episode 10 Show 53

S04 E10

Nov 14, 1973
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Show 53 Nov 14, 1973 Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge - "Why Me?" Cher - "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" Sonny and Cher - "Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose?"

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Season 04, Episode 11 Show 54 - The Sonny & Cher Years (2)

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Nov 28, 1973
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Show 54 - The Sonny & Cher Years (2) Nov 28, 1973 The Sonny & Cher Years (Part 2) Paul Anka - "Diana" The Coasters - "Charlie Brown" and "Yakety Yak." Peter Noone - "I'm Into Something Good." Neil Sedaka - "Breakin' Up Is Hard to Do," "Calendar Girl" and "Happy Birthday Sweet 16." Cher - "Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves" Sonny and Cher - "I Got You Babe"

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Season 04, Episode 12 Show 55

S04 E12

Dec 5, 1973
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Show 55 Dec 5, 1973 The Temptations – "Let Your Hair Down." Cher – "All I Know." Sonny & Cher – "Just You and Me" and "In the Midnight Hour."

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Season 04, Episode 13 Show 56

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Dec 19, 1973
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Show 56 Dec 19, 1973 Christmas Episode Guest William Conrad recites "Yes, Virginia There Is A Santa Claus."

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Season 04, Episode 14 Show 57

S04 E14

Jan 2, 1974
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Show 57 Jan 2, 1974 New Years Episode

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Season 04, Episode 15 Show 58

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Jan 9, 1974
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Show 58 Jan 9, 1974 "Super Bowl Follies" a series of comedy blackouts about football with O.J. and Teddy Neely. A laundrymat sketch with LaVerne (Cher) commenting on football and its fans. Music includes: Teddy Neely -"Another's Lifetime" Cher - "Holly Holy" Sonny & Cher - "Top of the World"

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Season 04, Episode 16 Show 59

S04 E16

Jan 16, 1974
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Show 59 Jan 16, 1974 This episode included a funny sketch with George Foreman. He played a boxing trainer, and Ken Berry played a boxer. They entered Sonny's Pizza, and Foreman began tearing the place up---laughing all the time.

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Season 04, Episode 17 Show 60

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Jan 23, 1974
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Show 60 Jan 23, 1974 Robert Goulet Carol Lawrence Marjorie "Marji" Wallace (winner of the 1973 Miss World contest) Comedy sketch: "Westward Ho the Pizzas" - An Italian opera set in the old West with Cher playing Rita Palazzi, a female gunslinger, Carol Lawrence as bar maid Lily Capri, Robert Goulet as the sherrif and Sonny as the judge. Music includes: Robert Goulet singing "Summer Green." Cher - "Workin' Together." Sonny & Cher sing "You're Sixteen."

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Season 04, Episode 18 Show 61

S04 E18

Jan 30, 1974
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Show 61 Jan 30, 1974 The Jackson Five - "Dancing Machine"

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Season 04, Episode 19 Show 62

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Feb 6, 1974
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Show 62 Feb 6, 1974 "Tonsmoke," a full-figured version of "Gunsmoke," with Jim Nabors as Fat Dillion, Sonny playing Fatsus, Ted Zeigler as Wide Burp, and Cher as barmaid Miss Piggy. In the Vamp segment, Cher plays Ann Boleyn consulting with her lawyer, Sir Perry of Mason (Jim Nabors). Danny Thomas does a sketch about noise pollution. Music: Cher - "Workin’ Together." Sonny & Cher - "You're Sixteen," "Hi-Heel Sneakers" and "Barefootin'."

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Season 04, Episode 20 Show 63

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Feb 13, 1974
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Show 63 Feb 13, 1974 Valentines Day Episode Ricardo Moltalban and Sonny play rivals vying for Cher's attention. LaVerne, the Laundromat Lady, proudly models her new fur coat. A look at how some TV shows have been affected by the energy crisis. Music includes: Sonny & Cher – "What About Me?" The DeFranco Family performs "Abra-Ca-Dabra." Plus, an animated version of Cher's "Dark Lady."

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Season 04, Episode 21 Show 64

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Feb 20, 1974
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Show 64 Feb 20, 1974 In a sketch poking fun at "traditional" husband-and-wife roles, a stay-at-home husband (Sonny) becomes jealous when he learns that his working wife (Cher) has hired a handsome male secretary (Namath). Joe Namath and The Righteous Brothers (Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield) appear in "Police Report," a musical spoof of TV police dramas. At the Launderette, LaVerne gets the thrill of her life when Joe Namath walks in. Music includes: The Righteous Brothers - "Little Latin Lupe Lu," "My Babe" and You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin'." Sonny & Cher – "Brother Louie" and "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?"

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Season 04, Episode 22 Show 65

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Feb 27, 1974
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Show 65 Feb 27, 1974 A vamp sketch with Cher as Scheherazade, Joel as the Caliph, and Sonny as the executioner. A doctor (Grey), doing research work in the tropics, encounters Sadie Thompson (Cher). "Danny and his Big Opportunity" - Joel Grey plays a dancer who sells his soul to the devil in exchange for Broadway stardom. Music includes: Cher - "All Love Is Fair." Sonny and Cher - "Sunshine" and "Mockingbird."

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Season 04, Episode 23 Show 67 - Series Finale

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Mar 6, 1974
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Show 67 - Series Finale Mar 6, 1974 Series Finale Merv Griffin, Ricardo Montalban, Joe Namath, Jim Nabors, Jeanette Nolan and Sally Struthers appear in comedy blackouts. (These blackouts, covering current topics like the space program and the energy crisis, might be taken from past episodes.) A laundromat sketch with LaVerne giving her views on the movie "The Exorcist." Music includes: Sonny and Cher singing "Let Me Be There" Plus, in a tribute to the late Jim Croce, an animated version of "Bad, Bad LeRoy Brown" is shown.

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