Songs include "Let Me Be There" and "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown".
Joel Grey; "The Vamps"; a dancer sells his soul to the devil for Broadway stardom; songs include "All Love Is Fair," "Sunshine" and "Mockingbird."
Joe Namath; the Righteous Brothers; a musical spoof of TV police dramas; "At the Launderette"; songs include "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" and "My Babe."
Ricardo Montalban; Jeanette Nolan; the DeFranco Family; TV pilots inspired by the energy crisis; "At the Launderette"; songs include "What About Me?" and "Dark Lady."
Actor Jim Nabors; actor Danny Thomas; football player Larry Csonka.
Sally Struthers; the Jackson 5; cameo appearance by Tennessee Ernie Ford; "Open Skit"; "Boogie Woogie Fairies"; the Jackson 5 perform "Dancing Machine."
Merv Griffin; the Supremes; Miss World USA; "Sonny's Pizza Parlor"; "Siamese Twins"; the Supremes perform "All I Really Want."
Robert Goulet, Carol Lawrence, Miss World Marji Wallace.
Danny Thomas; George Foreman; Ken Berry; "French Soldier"; "Haunted Mansion."
Songs include "Another's Lifetime" and "Top of the World".
Songs include "Let Your Hair Down" and "In the Midnight Hour".
A salute to the 1960s features Wolfman Jack, Paul Anka, the Coasters, Neil Sedaka and Peter Noone.
Douglas Fairbanks Jr.; Rita Coolidge; Kris Kristofferson; train station; songs include "Why Me?" and "Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose?"
Billie Jean King; Andy Griffith; cameo appearance by Bob Guccione; Penthouse Pet of the Year.
Songs include "That's Life" and "I Wanna Take You Higher".
Jim Nabors; Lassie; Telly Savalas; "Planet of the Apes"; songs include "Delta Dawn," "Everything Is Beautiful" and "Green, Green Grass of Home."
Songs include "More Than You Know" and "Hollywood Freeway".
Jack Palance; Ed McMahon; Laverne's launderette; "Bedtime Stories"; songs include "My Love" and "Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Old Oak Tree."
Songs include "Get Down" and "Behind Closed Doors".
A nostalgic look at the 1960s features appearances by Dick Clark, Edd Burns, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bobby Vinton and Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
Danny Thomas; Telly Savalas; "Lady Luck"; "Sonny's Pizza Parlor"; songs include "If I Didn't Care," "If" and "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love."
Chuck Connors; Howard Cosell; Miss USA 1973; Miss Universe 1973; "Lady Luck"; "At the Launderette"; songs include "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" and "Half-Breed."
Lyle Waggoner; cameo appearances by Carol Burnett, William Conrad, Jean Stapleton, Tennessee Ernie Ford and Chad Everett; "3rd Annual Bono Awards."
Actors Carol Burnett, Lyle Waggoner, William Conrad, Jean Stapleton and Chad Everett; singer Tennessee Ernie Ford.
Songs include "Oh, Babe, What Would You Say?" and "Am I Blue?'.
John Byner; tap dancers have their hats stolen; musical satire of rock 'n' roll films from the 1950s; songs include "Crocodile Rock" and "Alfie."
Don Adams; Sonny dreams about being president of the United States; "The Vamps"; "Hollywood Hospital"; songs include "Got to Get You Into My Life."
Danny Thomas; Kerry Ann Wells, 1972 Miss Universe; "On the Road to Scirocco"; songs include "Put a Little Love in Your Heart" and "I Believe in Music."
Joe Namath; Playboy Playmates; cameo appearance by Hugh Hefner; "Sonny's Pizza Parlor"; songs include "My Funny Valentine" and "It Never Rains in Southern California."
Jim Nabors; a gypsy interrupts Sonny's song; "The Vamps"; songs include "I'll Follow the Sun," "Just for a Thrill" and "Listen to the Music."
Larry Storch; Merv Griffin; "Sonny's Pizza Parlor"; "Seagulls"; "Gypsy"; songs include"Lodi," "Happy to Know You" and "Someone."
Mike Connors; "Sonny & Cher at the White House"; "Mr. and Ms."; songs include "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and "Something."
Mark Spitz; cameo appearance by Jerry Lewis; "Marriage Counselor"; "Headlines in the Papers"; songs include "All I Really Want to Do" and "You've Got a Friend."
Jean Stapleton; Lyle Waggoner; "Sonny's Pizza Parlor"; "2nd Annual Bono Awards"; songs include "Love Grows" and "Love Song."
William Conrad; Santas fight over the same street corner; medley of Christmas carols; "Sonny and Cher on Vacation"; Christmas Eve at Sonny's pizza parlor.
Songs include "Do You Believe in Magic?" and "Somebody Bigger Than You and I".
Guests: Bobby Vinton, Jim Brown; songs include "Bad Moon Rising" and "Sealed With a Kiss."
Guest: Ken Berry; songs include "You've Got Your Troubles."
Songs include "There's a Kind of Hush" and "Willow Weep For Me".
Songs include "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice" and "Falling, Falling Gone."
William Conrad; Rick Springfield; cameo appearance by Van Johnson; "Sonny's Pizza Parlor"; "Gypsy"; songs include "Never Been to Spain" and "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother."
Robert Goulet; the Temptations; "Sonny's Pizza Parlor"; fortuneteller; "The French Foreign Legion"; songs include "A House Is Not a Home" and "Two of Us."
Songs include "There's a Kind of Hush" and "Why Was I Born?".
Songs include "For Once In My Life" and "A Song for You."
Chad Everett; Bobby Sherman; a gypsy turns Chad and Bobby into a song and dance team; "The Vamps"; Bobby Sherman sings "Marching to the Music."
Jerry Lewis; the Supremes; "Three Musketeers"; "The Vamps"; chess champion has annoying habits; songs include "He's Funny That Way" and "With a Little Help From My Friends."
Jackson 5; Ronald Reagan; Larry Storch; Wilfrid Hyde-White; Howard Keel; the Bonos give Gov. Reagan an award; "The Vamps"; Michael Jackson sings "Ben."
Songs include "Get Ready" and "The Way of Love."
George Burns; David Clayton Thomas; a bartender offers advice to Sonny & Cher; songs include: "You Made Me Love You" and a Beatles medley.
Songs include "Got To Get You Into My Life" and "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me."
Songs include "Eight Days a Week" and "As time Goes By."
Art Carney; musical salute to life in the Army; "Political Follies of '72"; songs include "You've Got a Friend" and "Ain't Misbehavin'."
Burt Reynolds; Sonny recites a soliloquy from "Hamlet"; "The Vamps"; songs include "Am I Blue?" and "Cry Like a Baby."
Mike Connors, Jean Stapleton; "Magic Dancing Shoes"; spoof of award shows; songs include "Body and Soul," "People Got to Be Free" and "United We Stand."
Tony Randall; "Piano Bar in Plane"; "The Vamps"; songs include "The Way of Love" and Brand New Key"; Honey Cone performs.
Songs include "Put a Little Love In your Heart" and "Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone."
Kate Smith; gypsy predicts a fortune for Sonny; Sonny dresses as Thor; songs include "It Takes Two" and "How Long Has This Been Going On?"
Carroll O'Connor; cameos by Jean Stapleton and Jimmy Durante; Sonny dresses like a bird; songs include "Good Day Sunshine," "What a Difference a Day Makes" and "Remembering You."
Dinah Shore; Tony Curtis; cameos by Glen Campbell, Carol Burnett and George Burns; songs include "Sooner or Later" and "Come Rain or Come Shine."
Harvey Korman; Robert Merrill; cameos by Carroll O'Connor and Glenn Ford; Sonny dresses up like Henry VIII; songs include: "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves" and "All I Ever Need Is You."
Songs include "Something" and "Maybe I'm Amazed."
Phyllis Diller; Fanny performs; a man brings his new wife home to an eerie mansion; songs include "We'll Meet Again" and "Georgia on My Mind."
Merv Griffin; Sonny is taken by a gypsy fortune teller; songs include "Stormy Weather," "Games People Play," and "Rip It Up."
Songs include "Today is Mine" and "In the Upper Room."
Songs include "Joy to the World" and "It Had to Be You"; skits include Sonny as Beethoven and Ken playing the owner of the New York Times.
Jimmy Durante; Sonny dresses up as a penguin; "The Vamps"; songs include "You Made Me Love You," "Close to You" and "Suspicious Minds."
Tina Turner; David Steinberg; Shields and Yarnell; psychiatrist.
Lyle Waggoner; Muhammad Ali; Marilyn McCoo; Billy Davis Jr.
Farrah Fawcett; Don Knotts; Glen Campbell; King Kong.
Betty White; Ken Berry; Flip Wilson.
Barbi Benton; William Conrad; Ruth Buzzi; Engelbert Humperdinck.
Farrah; Debbie Reynolds; Don Knotts; Jim Nabors; divorce; "Hee Haw Inaugural Ball"; shipwreck.
Charo; George Gobel; geisha film; police; cabaret; jungle.
Andy Griffith; Twiggy; "White House"; "Island Skit"; bum.
Joey Heatherton; Ted Zeigler; Don Knotts; Karen Valentine.
John Davidson; Karen Valentine; divorce; news; "Gone With the Wind."
Christmas; Bernadette Peters; Capt. Kangaroo; Shields and Yarnell.
Ed McMahon; the Silvers; Betty White; "Carter Presidential Election."
Ruth Buzzi; Donny and Marie; "What Are They Now?"
Halloween/Election Day; Hudson Brothers; Shields and Yarnell; Jim Nabors.
Shields and Yarnell; Charo; Barbara Eden; Smothers Brothers; Bob Hope; Don Knotts; Ruth Buzzi.
Bob Hope; the Jacksons; Bernadette Peters; Jim Nabors; "Greatest Lovers."
Barbara Eden; Smothers Brothers; "The Prisoner"; "At the Bar"; "Morbid Manor."
Debbie Reynolds; Smothers Brothers; "Battle of the Sexes"; "Bozo Awards."
Diahann Carroll; Tony Randall; "VAMP"; "The Prisoner"; "Sonnytone News."
Gabriel Kaplan; Frankie Avalon; "Happy Days" spoof.
McLean Stevenson; "The Beat Goes On Soap Opera"; mystery.
Don Knotts; "Battle of the Sexes"; "News"; "Chastity Skit"; "The Prisoner."
Neil Sedaka; Evel Knievel; Mao Tse-tung's birthday; "King Kong"; summit; insurance.
Halloween; Raymond Burr; pet rock; mystery; Lone Ranger and Tonto.