The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (1971–1974)
15 Sep. 1972Episode #3.1
Guests Jackson 5, Ronald Reagan, and Larry Storch. Jackson 5 sings "Lookin' Through the Windows." Reagan receives the Bono Award.
30 Sep. 1972Episode #3.3
Cher portrays Lady Godiva, Bobby Sherman the peasant leader, and Chad Everett the evil earl in a skit. Sonny tries to lure a governess astray. Bobby sings "Marchin' to the Madness." Sonny and Cher join in " Happy Together."
27 Oct. 1972Episode #3.7
Guests were Rick Springfield and William Conrad. Rick Springfield performed What Will The Children Think.
17 Nov. 1972Episode #3.10
Sonny and Cher are joined by guest Ken Berry in doing parodies of Broadway shows when theater was in it's golden era. The New Seekers perform "Come Softly to Me."
6 Jan. 1973Episode #3.14
Guests Jean Stapleton and Lyle Waggoner. Sonny's Pizza skit. Bono Awards 1972.
20 Jan. 1973Episode #3.16
Among the songs performed are "Something" and "Going to Jackson." A mash up of "Rockin' Pneumonia" and "Boogie Woogie Flu" is offered. The mega-hit "Bridge Over Troubled Water"is covered.
3 Feb. 1973Episode #3.18
Cast of Guest Actors included "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C." veteran actor Jim Nabors and Miami Dolphins offensive football player Larry Csonka making three sketches alongside Lead Actor Sonny's paramount characters in this upbeat musical episode.
10 Feb. 1973Episode #3.19
Joe Namath is a guest that week and highlights the show with his reading of calendar poetry, which features Playboy Playmates dressed as the months of the year. Playmates include Cindy Wood, Miki Garcia, Martha Smith, Karen Foster, Mercy Rooney and Sharon Johansen. In a sketch called "Sonny's Pizza Parlor", Joe Namath comes to the pizzeria and makes a big impression on Sonny and Rosa (Cher). Sonny and Cher perform "It Never Rains In Southern California". Joe joins Sonny and Cher in a musical finale showing the ways to a girl's heart.