This is so cute! From Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In - a show I was not permitted to watch while growing up in my strict California-Baptist home in the 60's - here's Goldie Hawn explaining the Time Zones. It's short. Go on, indulge!
No Laugh-In?!I watched it every Monday, and I think I grew up kinda normal....never mind, maybe your parents were right. ;) sock-it-to-me
Annie, isn't it though! : )Tshs: well, like I said, I wasn't permitted to watch it. That doesn't mean I didn't sneak a peek now and then. Sock it to me, too! Veddy Interestink....
Veddy interestink.....but stooopid. ;)Laugh-In might be one of the reasons I have such a bizarre sense of humor.
Laugh-In reached its peak during the time I was at college. I didn't have a TV there, but I loved watching it during holidays or weekends when I was home. Goldie Hawn has never been as funny as she was during those days (even in "Private Benjamin!"). Thanks for the fun reminder of the good old days.
Tshs: I think Laugh-In contributed to a lot of people having a bizarre sense of humor - me included! (Those peeks were not wasted.;) What was his name? I can't think of it. Artie ??? What was his last name?Ann, I'm glad you enjoyed a trip down Memory Lane. I agree that Goldie's Laugh-In character was her best work as far as comedy goes. Cute. Giggly. Her effervescence was contagious!
Johnson. Artie Johnson! Tom remembered.
My favorite Artie Johnson skits were the dirty old man skits he did with Ruth Buzzi on the park bench. Soooo funny!
Oh yeah, when she'd whack him with her purse. That hairnet of hers....ha!
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