hi everybody! does anybody know ANYONE who has all 29 complete 1 hour episodes of The Cher Show? or at least these ones:
-March 2, 1975
1. Cher opens the show with "By Myself" and a monologue about being clumsy off-camera. 2. Cher sings and tap dances to "Do a Take" with Jack and Cloris. 3. Cloris recites a Shakespeare-like soliloquy, with simultaneous jive translations by Cher. 4. "Life With Laverne" -- Laverne (Cher) takes her car in for its 300,000-mile checkup and gets waited on by "Chico and the Man's" Ed Brown (Jack). 5. Cher performs a medley of "I've Got the Music In Me" and "Listen To the Music" 6. Jack and Cloris appear as man and wife in this blackout on Geritol commercials. 7. Cloris plays a wealthy eccentric whose annual dinner parties for former suitors are always unattended, with Jack cast as her butler who must cater to her every whim. 8. "Saturday Night" -- Cher tells about dating a Gemini with a split personality. 9. Cher sings "Am I Blue?" 10. Jack sings "The Man In My Little Girl's Life" 11. Cher closes the show.
-March 9, 1975
1. Cher opens the show with "When You're Smiling" and a monologue in which she compares her TV show with a new baby. 2. Cher and Freddie camp it up in a song-and-dance routine. 3. "Life With Laverne" -- Laverne (Cher) is reunited with Olivia (Teri), her old friend from the launderette. 4. Mable the Fable Lady (Cher) interviews a present-day Cinderella and Prince Charming (Teri and Freddie). 5. The Pointer Sisters sing "Live Your Life Before You Die" 6. Cher appears as a clown in this comedy vignette about unhappiness. 7. "Girls" -- Cher and The Pointer Sisters introduce a series of comedy sketches about how woman are superior to men. In blackouts, Freddie plays Cher's ever-lying husband who promises he'll never lie again and a dissatisfied customer trying to exchange an electric blanket at the complaint department. 8. "Saturday Night" -- Cher describes another date with a "loser." 9. Cher sings "How Long Has This Been Going On?" 10. Cher and The Pointer Sisters perform a medley of songs from the swing era, including: "Chattanooga Choo Choo", "On the Sunny Side Of the Street", "Well, All Right", "I've Got a Gal In Kalamazoo" and "Opus One." 11. Cher closes the show.
-May 18, 1975
1. Cher opens the show with "Great Balls Of Fire" and introduces a video clip her staff put together of questions asked by the studio audience throughout the season. 2. "Life With Laverne" -- Laverne (Cher) tells her old friend Olivia (Teri) her secrets on how she keeps husband Harry happy. 3. The Hudson Brothers perform "Rendezvous" 4. Cher and Art sing "My Blue Heaven" 5. Cher appears as a buxomly stewardess describing her airline's "extras". 6. Chastity makes a cameo appearance in a sketch about a little girl buying a balloon. 7. Art tries getting Cher to laugh during their brief intermission. 8. The Hudson Brothers appear as bill posters trying to put up a sign on the outside of an old theatre. Comedy blackouts include: "Flashback Theatre", in which Art plays the dentist credited with inventing dentures, and "Memories", with Cher appearing as Art's very forgetful wife. 9. Cher performs a medley of "My Sweet Lord" and "Oh, Happy Day" 10. Prosecutor Art gives witness Teri a trying time in the courtroom. 11. Teri attempts to return a shower package to Cher at the complaint department. 12. Cher sings "Hernando's Hideaway" 13. Cher closes the show.
-September 7, 1975
1. Cher opens the show with a medley of "Where You Lead" and "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)", followed by a monologue about her summer vacation. 2. "The Recording Session" -- A very demanding record producer (Bill) interrupts Cher and The Muppets while they're trying to cut an album. 3. Tom Smothers sing "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" 4. Bill is cast as a hustler of bargain nose jobs, trying to find his way into Cher's dressing room. 5. Cher sings "Send In the Clowns" 6. The Smothers Brothers perform "Yo-Yo Man" 7. Cher and the Muppet Sweetums sing "Something" 8. "The Pain Game" -- Cher and Tom Smothers portray contestants in a game show where the losers are stiffly penalized. 9. "Shape Up, America" -- The entire cast takes part in the grand finale, a series of comedy vignettes about physical fitness. 10. Cher closes the show.
-September 21, 1975
1. Cher opens the show with a medley of "Feeling Good" and "I Feel the Earth Move", followed by a monologue about the Family Hour and TV censorship. 2. Cher and Wayne portray two clowns who can't play their wedding ceremony straight. 3. Cher performs "Puppet Man" 4. Nancy is cast as a temporary hotline worker who gives advice to callers with problems. 5. Cher sings "Until It's Time For You To Go" 6. "People In the News" -- Cher and Wayne appear as a pair of scientists who are studying the effects of living underwater on human behavior. 7. Cher, Wayne and Nancy showcase their talents in this sketch about each other. 8. "The Corsican Sisters" -- Cher and Nancy play identical twins who've grown up learning to suffer with each other's aches and pains. 9. Wayne and Nancy join Cher in a musical finale saluting the all-American hamburger. 10. Cher closes the show.
-September 28, 1975
1. Cher opens the show with "Can You Tell Me How To Get To Sesame Street?" and a monologue. 2. Illusionist Mark Wilson and his son, Greg, show Cher and Chastity some magic tricks. 3. The Captain brings along Stupidillo, a three-headed animal (played by The Hudsons). 4. The Hudson Brothers perform "Lonely School Year" 5. "Saturday Night" -- Cher tries to get some pep into her new watchdog. 6. Cher sings "When You Wish Upon a Star" 7. The Captain reenacts his attempt to sell his idea for a children's TV series. 8. Cher and The Hudson Brothers appear as toy soldiers in this comedy sketch. 9. Mark Wilson, aided by Cher, demonstrates more of his great illusions. 10. Cher closes the show.
-October 5, 1975
1. Cher opens the show with "Take Me Home, Country Roads" and a monologue about some of the letters printed in the TV section of the Sunday newspaper. 2. Mac sings "I Still Love You (You Still Love Me)" 3. Cher offers a glimpse of what a beauty contestant winner is like off-camera. 4. LaBelle sings "Messin' With My Mind" 5. Cher joins LaBelle for "Are You Lonely?" 6. "Life With Laverne" -- Laverne (Cher) is reunited with Larry, her equally tacky brother (played by Don Reo, the show's co-producer). 7. Cher sings "Five Hundred Miles" 8. Cher and Mac perform a medley of popular songs that Davis wrote, including: "Stop and Smell the Roses", "One Hell Of a Woman", "In the Ghetto", "Baby, Don't Get Hooked On Me" and "I Believe In Music." 9. Regular Gailard Sartain is featured in a comedy skit about the possible hazards that can occur in an ordinary home. 10. Cher performs a medley of The Rolling Stones' greatest hits, including: "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)", "Under My Thumb", "It's All Over Now", "Ruby Tuesday" and "Jumpin' Jack Flash." 11. Cher closes the show.
-October 26, 1975
1. Cher opens the show with a medley of "Stars" and "Keep the Customer Satisfied", followed by a monologue about Halloween. 2. *@#$ Smothers appears as a chain-gang prisoner being visited by his wife (Cher). 3. Ted tries finding a father at the Big Daddy Foundation. 4. Ted sings "I'm In Love With Barbara Walters" 5. "Saturday Night" -- Cher tells her dog, Tiger, about her date for the evening. 6. "Life With Laverne" -- Anchor man Ted Baxter from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (Ted) appears on Laverne's (Cher's) doorstep. 7. Cher sings "If You Could Read My Mind" 8. Comedian Steve Martin delivers one of his standup comedy routines. 9. "Man vs. Machine" -- Regular Gailard Sartain appears in a skit showing the problems a person could have trying to get a cup of coffee from a vending machine. 10. The Smothers Brothers approach Cher with their idea for a new TV series, a variety show starring Howard Cosell. 11. Tom, *@#$ and Ted join Cher in the show's finale, a comic look at big-time crime. 12. Cher closes the show.
-January 4, 1976
1. Cher opens the show with a medley of "Georgia On My Mind" and "Sweet Georgia Brown", followed by a monologue in which she reminisces with Ruth about one of her early concert appearances. 2. "Trashy Ladies" -- Cher is featured in a series of comedy sketches based on Mae West and Scarlett O'Hara of "Gone With the Wind." 3. Cher and Glen perform a medley of Glen's greatest hits, including: "By the Time I Get To Phoenix", "Wichita Lineman", "Galveston" and "Gentle On My Mind." 4. Ruth recreates her role as a drunk searching trash cans for a discarded can of beer. 5. A man is accused of stealing sugar in a comedy blackout. 6. The entire cast plays the Flying Garbanzos, a zany group of trapeze artists. 7. "Life With Laverne" -- The ever-popular Laverne (Cher) tries to arrange a blind date for her frumpy friend, Gladys Ormphby (Ruth). 8. Glen sings "Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In L.A.)" 9. The entire cast takes part in a wacky television show that combines music, melodrama and comedy. 10. Cher closes the show with a video clip showing one of the bloopers she made during that week's taping.