Any old Carol Burnett show fans?

Any old Carol Burnett show fans?

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    Any old Carol Burnett show fans?

    I've been watching a promo for a Carol Burnett Show CD collection on the tube. It brings back a ton of memories of a time that was so much more simple and laid back.

    Her comedy skits and her guests were were some of the best entertainment I have ever seen. My favorites are with Harvey Coreman and Tim Conway, always trying to crack each other up while taping the show with their ad-libs.

    Just wondering how many of you liked this show and what was your favorite skit or character. Mr. Tudball and Mrs. Wiggens was a riot.
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    Loved a bunch of them - the one with the baby cracks me up............."She looks just like you!"......"Momma, She's upside down"

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    Yeah...I think she was hot. Until I discovered Barbara Streisand. Ooooooff!
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    My favorite is the siamese elephants - snoorkee!

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    The mary hartman, mary hartman episode
    and any skit with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman
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    We used to watch the show when I was a teen. Very funny and we had at least an hour of peace before mom and dad had their saturday night argument.

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    Loved the show. Love any re-runs I get to see.

    Snarkee may be the best...what Tim Conway could do to the others was priceless.
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    Don't ask me how I know about it, but I thought that was a great show (I'm 26). Tim Conway has got to be my favorite sketch comedian ever. Mamas house was a good spin off too bad it was only on what 2 seasons?
    Kinda off topic but did anyone see his Dorf videos, dorf on golf, dorf goes fishing???

    and for the OP

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4UG6op_0Ds

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qqE_WmagjY

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    Yep, good times on television back then. Tim Conway is great! Loved him in McHale's Navy too! Yes, I've seen a couple of the Dorf videos. Great stuff.

    I also loved Rowan and Martin's Laugh In as well. Goldie Hawn was 18 when the show started.

    But Carol Burnett... Definitely Iconic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nedrgr21 View Post
    My favorite is the siamese elephants - snoorkee!
    That has to be if not the funniest, one of the top three
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    +1 on the Tim Conway Dorf stuff, very funny!
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    Mrs Whiggins and Mr Tudball and the Tim Conway old guy skits were my favorites. What's passing for comedy now pales by comparison.
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    You are all so very right!!

    Especially you Ram Rod.....

    Mmmmmm Barbara....... mmmmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by rottkeeper View Post
    Just wondering how many of you liked this show and what was your favorite skit or character. Mr. Tudball and Mrs. Wiggens was a riot.
    Anything with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman! Their stuff is timeless...
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    For all you Tim Conway fans out there, get a copy of PRIVATE EYES. He and Don Knotts play detectives from Scotland Yard sent to solve a mystery. You can watch it ten times in a row and find something new to laugh at each time.

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