Directed by Clark Jones. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Highlights of this penultimate show of the series include: a pantomime about a doughboy saying goodbye to his sweetheart; musical performances from guests Steve Lawrence ("Weekend in New England", "Here's That Rainy Day") and Bernadette Peters ("Jump Shout Boogie"; and for the close, a salute to composer Cole Porter. Highlights include: an installment of "As the Stomach Turns" with a close encounter of a different kind; guest Steve Martin attempts to perform a comic act for dogs; a deranged bag lady (Carol) gets an older middle-class man (Tim) into trouble; Mama and Eunice visit Ellen (guest Betty White) and wreak … Rate. 6. with Steve Lawrence and Bernadette Peters, S11:E22. Photo Credits: Netflix; Pop TV; Robert Viglasky, Hartswood Films; Fred Hayes/Disney+, Fox, PopTV; Bettina Strauss/Netflix; Nicole Rivelli/Amazon, Netflix, Frank Masi/Apple, Disney, Jasper Savage/Hulu; Diyah Pera/CW, What to Watch on Netflix Top 10 Rankings on November 3. Highlights of this "family show" include: The wife of a busy company man takes drastic action in order to get his attention; a loser in life relates 26 years of woe to a total stranger; a favorite uncle gets an airport farewell; a steelworker gets ideas from the local newspaper on how to "accidentally" do in his wife; Dick and the dancers perform "Once in Love with Amy"; and Carol and Vicki perform "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore". Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices. Please enter your birth date to watch this video: You are not allowed to view this material at this time. Rate. Get a detailed look at every new and returning show coming to broadcast... 2012 Fall TV Preview: Our Night-by-Night Guide. Highlights include: Carol and Tim miming changes in characters as they are developed by an author; a vice-president of sales demonstrates a new safety lid for medicine bottles; guest Eydie Gormé sings "Come In from the Rain"; and for the close, a salute to the Big Band era. The director also teases what a potential Season 2 would be about. 9. 1. Great skits (especially the movie parodies), music and celebrity guests add up to a classic series with the gifted, versatile Burnett and her talented regulars. These are the most promising TV shows and streaming/VOD movies to watch... S11:E25. A Special Evening with Carol Burnett, S11:E23. Error: please try again. Lesse. 8. Rate. Lesser, retooled incarnations aired on NBC (1990-91) and again on CBS in 1991. How close will the show stay to the comic storyline? Lesse (more…)Great skits (especially the movie parodies), music and celebrity guests add up to a classic series with the gifted, versatile Burnett and her talented regulars. Highlights include: Gary singing "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World"; in "Science Fiction Playhouse," two Martians come to Earth to learn about the new "secret weapon" of television; "That Wonderful Year," reenacting key moments from the year 1937; Gary sings "The Night is Young and … Rate. Highlights of this "family show" include: "The Family" gets into a tiff over a word game; Dick performs a medley of love songs, and appears as a TV announcer who is forced to fill in for the entire late movie; and Carol and Vicki sing "At the Ballet". Rate. © 2020 TV GUIDE, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. Highlights of this show with guest Ken Berry include: a salute to Warner Bros., with parodies of such films as "Mr. Skeffington" and "Yankee Doodle Dandy"; a woman can't get an immigrant store clerk to understand she needs an antidote for a poison; Indians trap two Revolutionary War soldiers in a log cabin; Carol sings "The Shortest Love Song", and duets with Ken on "The Singles Bar". Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android! Highlights include: Mama drops in on a newly-divorced Eunice in "The Family"; Mr. Tudball offers to pay for the funeral of Mrs. Wiggins' deceased canary and then regrets it; a pow-wow between Indians and cavalry ends up anything but peaceful; and guest Nancy Dussault sings "And I Love You So", and joins Carol in a finale of tunes popularized by Ethel Merman and Mary Martin.