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The Dean Martin Show Episode Guide

1 :01x01 - Frank Sinatra / Diahann Carroll / Jan & Dean

First aired: Sep/16/1965
Director: Greg Garrison
Guest star: Frank Sinatra (Himself)

Premiere Episode of The Dean Martin Show.
Dean Martin - "Houston."
Frank Sinatra sings "Is It Love" and "September Song."
Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra – "(Oldest Established) Permanent Floating Crap Game In New York."
Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Diahann Carroll – "Witchcraft."
Diahann Carroll – "I'll Never Go There Again," "Blues In The Night (My Mama Done Told Me" and "Anyplace I Hang My Hat Is Home."
Jan & Dean - "Little Old Lady From Pasadena."
Joey Heatherton – "I've Got Your Number."
The Sid and Marty Krofft Puppets – "Everything's Coming Up Roses"
Also appearing:
Bob Newhart
Danny Thomas
Steve Allen
Frankie Avalon

2 :01x02 - John Wayne / Peggy Lee / Shari Lewis / Jack Jones

First aired: Sep/23/1965

Dean Martin - "Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On"
Peggy Lee - "When a Woman Loves a Man," "I'm Just Wild About Harry," "Bill" and "Alright, Okay, You Win"
John Wayne and Dean Martin - "Don't Fence Me In" and "Everybody Loves Somebody"
Jack Jones - 'Sound of Music' medley ("Sound of Music," "My Favorite Things" and "Climb Every Mountain")
Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - "I've Got Your Number"
Shari Lewis - "The Name Game"
--The Krofft Puppets - "Tweedlee Dee"
Also appearing:
Rudy Cardenas (juggler)
Walker Dare Wahl (comedian)

3 :01x03 - Dave Clark Five / Eddie Fisher / Phyllis Diller / Abbe Lane

First aired: Sep/30/1965

The Dave Clark Five - "Catch Us If You Can" and "Having a Wild Weekend.
Eddie Fisher - "When I Was Young" and "Lady of Spain.
Abbe Lane - "Pass Me By," "Let's Fall in Love" and "I Know A Place.
Dean Martin - "Here Comes My Baby."
Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - "C'est Magnifique."
Dean Martin, Eddie Fisher and John Bubbles - "We Three."
John Bubbles (singer-dancer) - "Lady Be Good" and "When My Baby Smiles at Me."
The Kroft Puppets - "I Enjoy Being a Girl."

4 :01x04 - Allan Sherman / Gordon & Sheila MacRae / Vic Damone

First aired: Oct/07/1965

Dean Martin - "Born to Lose."
Vic Damone - "Someday" and "You Don't Know Me."
Ferrante and Teicher (piano duo) - "Brazilian Sleigh Bells."
Gordon and Sheila MacRae - "Where Would You Be Without Me?"
Gordon MacRae - "Who Can I Turn To?"
Allan Sherman (comedian) - sings parodies of "Secret Love," "Old Black Magic" and "Heart."
Shani Wallis sings "I'm a Girl" and "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?"
The Curtis Brothers (singing & dancing act) - "It's Not Unusual."
Also appearing:
The Hardy Family (balancing act)

5 :01x05 - Pearl Bailey / George Gobel / Dino, Desi & Billy / Gretchen Wyler

First aired: Oct/14/1965

Dino, Desi and Billy (Dean Martin Jr., Desi Arnaz Jr. and Billy Hinsche): "I'm A Fool" and "Not the Lovin' Kind"
Pearl Bailey: "What Is a Man?" and "You Can't Make It Anywhere"
Serendipity Singers: "Sobbin' Women"
Dean Martin: "Take These Chains"
Dean Martin, Pearl Bailey & George Gobel: "In a Little Spanish Town" and "It Happened in Monterey"
Gretchen Wyler: "Bidin' My Time"
The Dukes of Dixieland: "Muskrat Ramble" and "Exactly Like You"

6 :01x06 - Louis Armstrong / Robert Goulet / Lainie Kazan

First aired: Oct/21/1965

Dean Martin: "King of the Road"
Dean Martin and Louis Armstrong: medley: "My Kind of Girl," "Sweet Sue," "Diane," "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "Hello, Dolly"
Louis Armstrong and his band: "A Lot of Livin' to Do" and "My Bucket's Got a Hole in It"
Robert Goulet : "Come Back to Me" ; "Time After Time"
Lainie Kazan: "My Man's Gone Now" and "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair"
Kirby Stone Four (vocal group)
Also appearing:
Brascia and Tybee (dance team)
Helene and Howard (comedic dancers)
The Trio Leema (comedic contortionists)

7 :01x07 - Jane Powell / Jonathan Winters / Louis Jordan / John Gary

First aired: Oct/28/1965
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

Jane Powell - "Do I Hear a Waltz?"
Dean Martin, Jane Powell and Jonathan Winters - medley of songs from classic movie musicals.
Dean Martin - "They'll Never Believe Me"
Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - "Give Me a Little Kiss"
John Gary - "How Deep Is the Ocean?" and "Possum Song"
Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five - "Caledonia" and "Honey Bee"
The Krofft Puppets - "What's New Pussycat?"

8 :01x08 - Ethel Merman / Joey Heatherton / Leslie Uggams / Jack Carter

First aired: Nov/04/1965
Guest star: Leslie Uggams (Herself)

Dean Martin - "Clinging Vine" (with Ken Lane) and "Where Or When"
Ethel Merman - "All Alone" and "All by Myself"
Dean Martin and Ethel Merman - Broadway medley (see "Recap" for song titles)
Leslie Uggams - "Keep Your Head on the Plow," "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" and "Sermonette"
Joey Heatherton (singer-dancer) - "Looking for a Boy"
The New Christy Minstrels - "Wimoweh"
Also appearing:
Jack Carter (comedian)
Leonard Barr (comic dancer, Dean Martin's uncle)
The Carlssons (balancing act)

9 :01x09 - Mickey Rooney / Kate Smith / Tammy Grimes / Corbett Monica

First aired: Nov/11/1965
Guest star: Mickey Rooney (Himself)

10 :01x10 - Milton Berle / Charo & Xavier Cugat / Phil Ford & Mimi Hines

First aired: Nov/25/1965

Dean Martin (with chorus) - "Things"
Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Nevertheless"
Dean Martin, Milton Berle and Lisa Kirk - "Enjoy Yourself," "Happy Talk" and "Sunny Side Up"
Milton Berle - "Mad Dogs and Englishmen"
Charo (with Xavier Cugat and his orchestra) - "Oh Lonesome Me"
Xavier Cugat (with orchestra) - "El Cumbanchero"
Ronnie Demarco (dancer) - "Ronnie's Stomp"
Lisa Kirk - "Consider Yourself" and "Have I Stayed Too Long at the Fair?"
The Windsor Boys Choral Group - "Chim Chim Cheree"
Also appearing:
--Phil Ford and Mimi Hines (comedy team)

11 :01x11 - Tony Bennett / Nanette Fabray / Barbara McNair / Guy Marks

First aired: Dec/02/1965

Dean Martin - "Blue, Blue Day"
Dean Martin and Tony Bennett - medley: "San Francisco," "Houston," "I Love Paris," Foggy Day in London Town" and "My Kind of Town"
Tony Bennett - "Who Can I Turn To?" and "Moment of Truth"
Dean Martin and Barbara McNair - "The Best Things in Life Are Free"
Barbara McNair - "Daddy" and "Don't Rain on My Parade"
Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "If You Were the Only Girl"
Dean Martin (with the Krofft Puppets) - "The Darktown Strutters' Ball"
Nanette Fabray - "It's a Most Unusual Day"
Also appearing:
-Guy Marks (comedian)
--Yonely (musical-comedian) - plays a piano by using a baseball bat.

12 :01x12 - Louis Armstrong / Andrews Sisters / Carol Lawrence / Line Renaud

First aired: Dec/09/1965
Guest star: Carol Lawrence (Herself)

Dean Martin - "Singing the Blues"
The Andrews Sisters and Dean Martin - medley: "Don't Fence Me In" and "Apple Blossom Time"
Louis Armstrong - "Someday" and "So Long, Dearie"
Carol Lawrence and Dean Martin - "Baby Face"
Carol Lawrence - "Funny Face"
Line Renaud (French singer) - "Lui et Moi" ("Side by Side")
Also appearing:
--Gene Baylos (comedian)
--Rich Little
NBC repeated this show on May 12, 1966

13 :01x13 - Ella Fitzgerald / George Gobel / Barrie Chase / Gordon & Sheila MacRae

First aired: Dec/16/1965

Dean Martin - "Bumming Around" & "Thank Heaven for Little Girls"
Dean Martin & George Gobel - "Take These Chains"
Dean Martin & Ken Lane - "I'm Confessin'"
Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald & Gordon MacRae - medley: "You Are My Sunshine," "Red River Valley" and "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie"
Ella Fitzgerald - "Can't Buy Me Love"
Barrie Chase - "Who Can I Turn To"
Gordon and Sheila MacRae - medley: "Desert Song," "Fly Me to the Moon" and "Dark Town Strutters Ball"

14 :01x14 - Louis Prima, Gia Maione & Sam Butera / Stanley Holloway / Joanie Sommers

First aired: Dec/30/1965

Dean Martin - "Everybody but Me"
Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Blue Moon"
Dean Martin, Stanley Holloway and Louis Prima - medley: "The Girl That I Marry," "Aba-Daba Honeymoon" & "Love and Marriage"
Janis Paige - "Downtown"
Joanie Sommers - "Something's Coming"
Stanley Holloway - "Thank You So Much, Missus Lowsborough-Goodbye"
-Louis Prima, Gia Maione, Sam Butera and the Witnesses - "Las Vegas Woman"
Homer and Jethro - "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" --Dean Martin with Homer and Jethro - "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"

15 :01x15 - Peggy Lee / Frankie Avalon / Rose Marie / Allan Sherman

First aired: Jan/06/1966

Dean Martin - "Bye Bye, Blackbird."
Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now."
Peggy Lee - "It's a Wonderful World" and "When the World Was Young."
Frankie Avalon - "Standing on the Corner," "Making Whoopee" and "There Is Nothing Like a Dame."
Rose Marie - "Little Girl Blue."
Rose Marie and Dean Martin - "Smile."
Allan Sherman - "It's a Most Unusual Play."
The Kelly Sisters - "The Grass Is Greener."
Dean Martin and Peggy Lee – Medley: "I Love Being Here With You," "Mañana" and "It's A Good Day."
Dean Martin, Allan Sherman and Guy Marks – "Good Advice."

16 :01x16 - Mahalia Jackson / Kay Starr / Soupy Sales / John Byner / Vic Dana

First aired: Jan/13/1966
Guest star: Soupy Sales (Himself)

Dean Martin - "Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter"
Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "S'posin'"
Vic Dana - "Ramona," "Down by the Riverside"
Mahalia Jackson - "Just a Closer Walk with Thee"
Kay Starr - "Rock and Roll Waltz," "My Favorite Things" and "Bluesette"
Key Star and Dean Martin - medley: "Silver Dollar," "Money Burns a Hole in My Pocket" and "Wheel of Fortune"
-Soupy Sales - "The Rain in Spain"
The Swingle Singers - Bach's "Salfeggletto" and "La Marche de Limoges"
Also appearing:
--Yonely (musical comedian)
--Davis and Reese (comedy team)
--John Byner (comedian)

17 :01x17 - Shari Lewis / Tommy Sands / The McGuire Sisters / Gisele MacKenzie

First aired: Jan/20/1966

Musical numbers:
Dean Martin – "I Could Write A Book."
The McGuire Sisters – "Gonna Get A Boy."
Dean Martin and The McGuire Sisters – "All I Do Is Dream Of You," "I'm Just Wild About Harry," "Little Girls," "Oh Johnny," "I Don't Want To Walk Without You," "Happiness Is Just A Thing Called Joe," "O Danny Boy" and "Guys And Dolls."
Tommy Sands – "The Statue."
Dean Martin and Tommy Sands – "I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine."
Dean Martin - "Always."
The Treniers – "Together Wherever We Go," "On The Street Where You Live" and "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby."
Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop – "You'll Never Get Away From Me."
Dean Martin, Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop – "When The Saints Go Marching In."
Gisele MacKenzie – "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" and "A Hundred Years From Today"
Dean Martin and Gisele MacKenzie – "Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries."
Dean Martin and Jack Carter – medley.
Dean Martin – "The Party's Over."

18 :01x18 - Polly Bergen / Rowan & Martin / Stanley Holloway / Bill Dana

First aired: Jan/27/1966
Guest star: Polly Bergen (Herself)

19 :01x19 - Bob Hope / Joel Grey / Juliet Prowse / Pete Fountain / The Lively Set

First aired: Feb/03/1966

Dean Martin - "C'est Si Bon."
Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "Home"
Dean Martin and The Lively Set - "Get Happy."
Joel Grey - "Shine on My Shoes."
Juliet Prowse - "Blue Prelude."
Dean Martin and Juliet Prowse – 'Dance Song' medley.
Pete Fountain (jazz clarinetist with his band) - "Basin Street Blues."
The Lively Set - "Try to Remember."
Donna Butterworth (8-year-old singer) – "Hello Dolly."
Dean Martin – "Real Live Girl" (sung to Donna Butterworth while dancing with her).
Donna Butterworth – "It's So Nice To Have A Man Around The House" (sung to Dean).
Dean Martin and Donna Butterworth – "We Always Will Be Together."
Dean Martin, Juliet Prowse and Bob Hope – "Brush Up Your Shakespeare."

20 :01x20 - Lucille Ball / Bill Cosby / Rowan & Martin / Kate Smith

First aired: Feb/10/1966
Guest star: Bill Cosby (Himself)

21 :01x21 - Julie London / Phyllis Diller / Eddie Albert / Mahalia Jackson

First aired: Feb/17/1966

22 :01x22 - Eddie Fisher / Don Adams / Kate Smith / Rich Little

First aired: Feb/24/1966

Dean Martin - "Here Comes My Baby."
Dean Martin and Ken Lane (pianist) - "You Made Me Love You."
Eddie Fisher - medley of Al Jolson songs: "Baby Face," "Liza" and "Rockabye Your Baby."
Dean Martin & Eddie Fisher - "Back In Your Own Backyard" & "My Baby Just Cares For Me."
Dean Martin and Don Adams – "I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover."
Kate Smith - "More" & "If Ever I Would Leave You."
Dean Martin and Kate Smith - medley: "Shine On, Harvest Moon," "Moonlight and Roses" & "Alexander's Ragtime Band."

--Don Adams (comedian, Agent 86 from "Get Smart") - talks about the spy business.
--Rich Little does impressions of celebrities.
Also appearing:
The Piero Brothers (jugglers).
Van Alexander (orchestra conductor)

23 :01x23 - Sid Caesar / Abbe Lane / George Gobel / The Lettermen

First aired: Mar/03/1966

24 :01x24 - Ella Fitzgerald / Johnny Mathis / Shelley Berman / The Young Americans

First aired: Mar/10/1966

Ella Fitzgerald - "That Old Black Magic."
Ella Fitzgerald and Dean Martin - medley of Gershwin songs: "S' Wonderful," "Let's Call the Whold Thing Off" and "They Can't Take That Away from Me."
Dean Martin - "My Kind of Girl."
Dean Martin and Ken Lane - "What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry."
Shelley Berman and Dean Martin - "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey."
Johnny Mathis - "I'm in Love for the Very First Time" and "Lost in the Stars."
Dean Martin and Johnny Mathis – "Take Me Out To The Ball Game."
The Young Americans - "Pass Me By."
Dean Martin and The Young Americans – "Under The Lollipop Tree."
Also appearing:
Gene Sheldon (comic-magician)

25 :01x25 - Keely Smith / Joey Heatherton / Allen & Rossi / Hal LeRoy

First aired: Mar/17/1966

26 :01x26 - The Supremes / Herb Alpert / Imogene Coca / Jane Morgan

First aired: Mar/24/1966

Dean Martin - "I'm Gonna Change Everything."
Imogene Coca does a pantomine to the song "People."
Dean Martin sings "When You're Smiling" to Imogene Coca.
Diana Ross and the Supremes - "Mother Dear."
Dean Martin sings "I Don't Know Why" while Ken Lane plays piano.
Dean Martin and a Kroft Puppet - "Side by Side"
Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass - "Winds of Barcelona" and "Bittersweet Samba."
Jane Morgan - "Downtown" and "More."
Dean Martin, Imogene Coca, Jane Morgan, Diana Ross & The Supremes: "Love" medley: "Love Makes The World Go 'Round"; "Love Is The Reason"
Also appearing:
The Step Brothers
Jackie Mason (comedian)

27 :01x27 - Sid Caesar / Bob Newhart / Paul Anka / Pat Suzuki

First aired: Mar/31/1966

28 :01x28 - The Righteous Brothers / Lainie Kazan / George Jessel / Swingin' Lads

First aired: Apr/07/1966
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

Dean Martin - "Born to Lose"
Dean Martin & George Jessel - "Carolina in the Morning"
Dean Martin & Ken Lane - "Imagination"
The Righteous Brothers - "(You're My) Soul and Inspiration"
Lainie Kazan - "I Cried for You"
The Swingin' Lads - "Hand Clappin'"

29 :01x29 - Patti Page / Chita Rivera / Roger Miller / Jack Jones / Gordon & Sheila MacRae

First aired: Apr/21/1966

30 :01x30 - Bill Cosby / Liberace / Guy Marks / Dorothy Loudon

First aired: May/05/1966

31 :02x01 - Peggy Lee / Buddy Hackett / Rowan & Martin / Dorothy Provone

First aired: Sep/15/1966
Guest star: Dorothy Provine (Herself)

32 :02x02 - Gene Krupa / Carol Lawrence / Liberace / Bob Newhart

First aired: Sep/22/1966

33 :02x03 - Duke Ellington / The Andrews Sisters / Frank Gorshin

First aired: Sep/29/1966

34 :02x04 - George Gobel / Vikki Carr / Phil Harris

First aired: Oct/06/1966

35 :02x05 - Episode #35

First aired: Oct/13/1966
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

36 :02x06 - Episode #36

First aired: Oct/20/1966

37 :02x07 - John Wayne / Bill Cosby / Joey Heatherton

First aired: Oct/27/1966

38 :02x08 - Louis Armstrong / Ray Bolger / Nanette Fabray / Lainie Kazan

First aired: Nov/03/1966

39 :02x09 - Episode #39

First aired: Nov/10/1966

40 :02x10 - Tony Martin / Caterina Valente / Allen & Rossi

First aired: Nov/17/1966

41 :02x11 - Episode #41

First aired: Nov/24/1966
Guest star: Jan Murray (Himself)

42 :02x12 - Arthur Godfrey / Elaine Dunn / Eddy Arnold

First aired: Dec/01/1966

43 :02x13 - Episode #43

First aired: Dec/08/1966
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

44 :02x14 - Episode #44

First aired: Dec/15/1966

45 :02x15 - Episode #45

First aired: Dec/22/1966

46 :02x16 - Episode #46

First aired: Dec/29/1966

47 :02x17 - Episode #47

First aired: Jan/05/1967

48 :02x18 - Episode #48

First aired: Jan/12/1967

49 :02x19 - Episode #49

First aired: Jan/19/1967

50 :02x20 - Episode #50

First aired: Jan/26/1967

51 :02x21 - Episode #51

First aired: Feb/09/1967

52 :02x22 - Episode #52

First aired: Feb/16/1967

53 :02x23 - Episode #53

First aired: Feb/23/1967

54 :02x24 - Episode #54

First aired: Mar/02/1967

55 :02x25 - Episode #55

First aired: Mar/09/1967

56 :02x26 - Episode #56

First aired: Mar/16/1967
Guest star: Dom DeLuise (Himself), Red Buttons (Himself)

57 :02x27 - Louis Prima / McGuire Sisters / Buddy Greco / Janet Blair

First aired: Mar/23/1967

58 :02x28 - Episode #58

First aired: Mar/30/1967

59 :02x29 - Episode #59

First aired: Apr/06/1967
Guest star: Paul Winchell (Himself)

60 :02x30 - Show #60

First aired: Apr/13/1967

61 :03x01 - Episode #61

First aired: Sep/14/1967
Guest star: James Stewart (Himself)

62 :03x02 - Episode #62

First aired: Sep/21/1967
Guest star: Buddy Hackett (Himself)

63 :03x03 - Episode #63

First aired: Sep/28/1967

64 :03x04 - Episode #64

First aired: Oct/05/1967

65 :03x05 - Episode #65

First aired: Oct/12/1967

66 :03x06 - Episode #66

First aired: Oct/19/1967
Guest star: Lena Horne (Herself), Bing Crosby (Himself)

67 :03x07 - Episode #67

First aired: Oct/26/1967
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

68 :03x08 - Episode #68

First aired: Nov/02/1967

69 :03x09 - Episode #69

First aired: Nov/09/1967

70 :03x10 - Buddy Ebsen / Cyd Charisse / Barbara McNair / Wisa D'Orso

First aired: Nov/16/1967
Guest star: Buddy Ebsen (Himself)

71 :03x11 - Episode #71

First aired: Nov/23/1967

72 :03x12 - Lena Horne / Andrews Sisters / Don Rickles

First aired: Nov/30/1967
Guest star: Don Rickles (Himself), The Andrews Sisters (Themselves), Lena Horne (Herself)

73 :03x13 - Episode #73

First aired: Dec/07/1967

74 :03x14 - Caterina Valente / Bob Newhart / Dom DeLuise / Guy Marks

First aired: Dec/14/1967

75 :03x15 - Christmas with the Martins and Sinatras

First aired: Dec/21/1967

76 :03x16 - Episode #76

First aired: Dec/28/1967

77 :03x17 - Episode #77

First aired: Jan/04/1968

78 :03x18 - Episode #78

First aired: Jan/11/1968

79 :03x19 - Episode #79

First aired: Jan/18/1968

80 :03x20 - Episode #80

First aired: Jan/25/1968

81 :03x21 - Episode #81

First aired: Feb/01/1968

82 :03x22 - Lorne Greene / Red Buttons / Jane Morgan / Skiles & Henderson

First aired: Feb/08/1968
Guest star: Red Buttons (Himself)

84 :03x23 - Episode #84

First aired: Feb/22/1968

84 :03x24 - Keely Smith / Mickey Rooney / Minnie Pearl / Don Cherry

First aired: Feb/22/1968
Guest star: Fred Willard (Himself)

85 :03x25 - Episode #85

First aired: Feb/29/1968
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

86 :03x26 - Peggy Lee / George Gobel / Guy Marks / Eddie Foy Jr.

First aired: Mar/07/1968

87 :03x27 - Liberace / Caterina Valente / George Jessel / Pat Buttram

First aired: Mar/14/1968

88 :03x28 - Tony Bennett / Florence Henderson / Dino, Desi & Billy / Bob Newhart

First aired: Mar/21/1968

89 :03x29 - Vince Edwards / Morgana King / Billy DeWolf / Linda Bennett

First aired: Mar/28/1968

90 :03x30 - Jimmy Stewart / Shecky Greene / Wisa D'Orso / George Gobel

First aired: Apr/04/1968

83 :03x33 - Ethel Merman / Roger Miller / Lainie Kazan

First aired: Feb/15/1968

91 :04x01 - Lena Horne / Zero Mostel / Buddy Ebsen

First aired: Sep/19/1968
Guest star: Buddy Ebsen (Himself)

92 :04x02 - Orson Welles / Edgar Bergen / Patricia Crowley

First aired: Sep/26/1968

93 :04x03 - Lorne Greene / Juliet Prowse / Barbara Heller

First aired: Oct/03/1968

94 :04x04 - Vince Edwards / Roger Miller / Gloria Loring / Phil Harris

First aired: Oct/10/1968

95 :04x05 - Cyd Charisse / Don Cherry / Linda Bennett

First aired: Oct/17/1968
Guest star: Ben Blue (Himself)

96 :04x06 - Alice Faye / Van Johnson / Jackie Mason

First aired: Oct/24/1968

97 :04x07 - Tony Bennett / Elke Sommer / David Frye

First aired: Oct/31/1968

98 :04x08 - Florence Henderson / Morgana King / Avery Schreiber

First aired: Nov/07/1968
Guest star: Avery Schreiber (Himself)

99 :04x09 - David Janssesn / Lainie Kazan / Minnie Pearl

First aired: Nov/14/1968

100 :04x10 - Bob Newhart / Abbe Lane / Gordon MacRae

First aired: Nov/21/1968

101 :04x11 - Lena Horne / George Gobel / Skiles & Henderson

First aired: Nov/28/1968

102 :04x12 - Jimmy Stewart / Caterina Valente / Dom DeLuise

First aired: Dec/05/1968

103 :04x13 - George Burns / Phil Harris / Susan Barrett

First aired: Dec/12/1968

104 :04x14 - 1968 Christmas Show

First aired: Dec/19/1968

105 :04x15 - Fran Jeffries / George Gobel / Frank Sinatra Jr.

First aired: Jan/02/1969

106 :04x16 - Orson Welles / Nancy Ames / Ben Blue

First aired: Jan/09/1969
Guest star: Ben Blue (Himself)

107 :04x17 - Dan Dailey / Gloria Loring / Paul Lynde

First aired: Jan/23/1969

108 :04x18 - Lena Horne / Sid Caesar / Victor Borge

First aired: Jan/30/1969
Guest star: Sid Caesar (Himself), Lena Horne (Herself), Victor Borge (Himself)

109 :04x19 - Lou Rawls / Lainie Kazan / Shecky Greene

First aired: Feb/06/1969
Guest star: Lou Rawls (Himself)

110 :04x20 - Episode #110

First aired: Feb/13/1969

111 :04x21 - Episode #111

First aired: Feb/20/1969

112 :04x22 - Episode #112

First aired: Feb/27/1969

113 :04x23 - Episode #113

First aired: Mar/06/1969
Guest star: Peter Graves (Himself)

114 :04x24 - Episode #114

First aired: Mar/13/1969

115 :04x25 - Episode #115

First aired: Mar/20/1969
Guest star: Mickey Rooney (Himself)

116 :04x26 - Shirley Jones / Paul Lynde / Shecky Greene / Don Cherry

First aired: Mar/27/1969

117 :04x27 - Michael Landon / Bobbi Martin / Stu Gilliam / Dom DeLuise

First aired: Apr/03/1969

118 :04x28 - Sid Caesar / Lou Rawls / Ray Stevens / Gail Martin

First aired: Apr/10/1969

119 :04x29 - Orson Welles / Caterina Valente / Jack Gilford / Leonard Barr

First aired: Apr/17/1969

120 :04x30 - Jimmy Stewart / Raquel Welch / Victor Borge

First aired: Apr/24/1969
Guest star: James Stewart (Himself)

121 :05x01 - 5th Season Premiere: Goldie Hawn; Dennis Weaver

First aired: Sep/18/1969

122 :05x02 - Episode #122

First aired: Sep/25/1969

123 :05x03 - Episode #123

First aired: Oct/02/1969

124 :05x04 - Episode #124

First aired: Oct/09/1969

125 :05x05 - Episode #125

First aired: Oct/16/1969

126 :05x06 - Episode #126

First aired: Oct/23/1969
Guest star: Carol Channing (Herself)

127 :05x07 - Episode #127

First aired: Oct/30/1969

128 :05x08 - Episode #128

First aired: Nov/06/1969

129 :05x09 - Episode #129

First aired: Nov/13/1969

130 :05x10 - Episode #130

First aired: Nov/20/1969

131 :05x11 - Episode #131

First aired: Nov/27/1969

132 :05x12 - Episode #132

First aired: Dec/04/1969

133 :05x13 - Episode #133

First aired: Dec/11/1969
Guest star: Irene Ryan (Herself)

134 :05x14 - Gina Lollobrigida / Orson Welles / George Gobel

First aired: Dec/18/1969

135 :05x16 - Petula Clark / Peter Graves / Gale Gordon

First aired: Jan/08/1970

136 :05x17 - Andy Griffith / Sammy Davis Jr. / Paul Lynde

First aired: Jan/15/1970

137 :05x18 - Lou Rawls / Rocky Graziano / Orson Welles / Virna Lisi

First aired: Jan/22/1970

138 :05x19 - Episode #138

First aired: Jan/29/1970

139 :05x20 - Episode #139

First aired: Feb/05/1970

140 :05x21 - Greg Morris / Ross Martin / Kate Smith / Paul Lynde

First aired: Feb/12/1970

141 :05x22 - Lee J. Cobb / Buddy Ebsen / Clinger Sisters

First aired: Feb/19/1970

142 :05x23 - Ann-Margret / Bob Newhart

First aired: Feb/26/1970

143 :05x24 - Sid Caesar / Barbara Anderson / Marty Robbins

First aired: Mar/05/1970

144 :05x25 - Episode #144

First aired: Mar/12/1970

145 :05x26 - Episode #145

First aired: Mar/19/1970

281 :05x27 - Episode #70

First aired: Nov/16/1967
Guest star: Buddy Ebsen (Himself)

149 :05x29 - Nino Benvenuti / Gloria Loring / Patti Austin / Paul Gilbert

First aired: Apr/16/1970

150 :05x30 - Jimmy Stewart / Leslie Uggams / Dom DeLuise / Albert Brooks

First aired: Apr/23/1970

151 :06x01 - Orson Welles / Petula Clark / Joey Bishop / Kay Medford / Laurie Ichino

First aired: Sep/17/1970

152 :06x02 - Shirley Jones / Peter Falk / Joe Namath / Kenny Rogers & the First Edition

First aired: Sep/24/1970

153 :06x03 - Britt Ekland / Godfrey Cambridge / Ruth Buzzi / Dom DeLuise / Charles Nelson Reilly

First aired: Oct/01/1970

154 :06x04 - Dionne Warwick / Marty Feldman / Vince Edwards / Rocky Graziano

First aired: Oct/08/1970

155 :06x05 - Eva Gabor / Joey Heatherton / Joe Frazier / Norm Crosby / Paul Lynde

First aired: Oct/15/1970

156 :06x06 - Engelbert Humperdinck / Patricia Crowley / Charles Nelson Reilly

First aired: Oct/22/1970

157 :06x07 - Barbara Feldon / David Frost / Jim Brown / Charles Nelson Reilly

First aired: Oct/29/1970

158 :06x08 - Ernest Borgnine / Everly Brothers / Sugar Ray Robinson / Alan Sues

First aired: Nov/05/1970

159 :06x09 - Tony Bennett / Zero Mostel / Gloria Loring

First aired: Nov/12/1970

160 :06x10 - The Temptations / Vikki Carr / Billy Baxter / Charles Nelson Reilly

First aired: Nov/19/1970

161 :06x11 - Mike Connors / Ruth Buzzi / Laurie Ichino / Dom DeLuise

First aired: Nov/26/1970

162 :06x12 - Peter Graves / Jill St. John / Paul Lynde / Kathleen Freeman

First aired: Dec/03/1970

163 :06x13 - Glenn Ford / Barbara Feldon / Charles Nelson Reilly / Lancelot Link & The Evolution Revolution

First aired: Dec/10/1970

164 :06x14 - Glen Campbell / Gale Gordon / Dom DeLuise

First aired: Dec/17/1970

165 :06x15 - Frank Sinatra / Ruth Buzzi / Kay Medford / Barbara Heller

First aired: Dec/31/1970

166 :06x16 - Dennis Weaver / Bob Newhart / Bobbie Martin

First aired: Jan/07/1971

167 :06x17 - Orson Welles / Charles Nelson Reilly / Don Rice

First aired: Jan/14/1971

168 :06x18 - Raymond Burr / Diahann Carroll / Pat Henry

First aired: Jan/21/1971

169 :06x19 - Bob Newhart / Dino, Desi and Billy / Frank Sinatra Jr.

First aired: Jan/28/1971

170 :06x20 - Zero Mostel / Ruth Buzzi / Paul Lynde

First aired: Feb/04/1971

171 :06x21 - Debbie Reynolds / Marty Feldman / Paul Lynde

First aired: Feb/11/1971

172 :06x22 - Diahann Carroll / Charles Nelson Reilly

First aired: Feb/18/1971

173 :06x23 - Zero Mostel / Fred Smoot / Jackie Vernon

First aired: Feb/25/1971

174 :06x24 - Marty Feldman / Odia Coates / Ronnie Corbett & Ronnie Barker

First aired: Mar/04/1971

175 :06x25 - Eubie Blake / Petula Clark / Orson Welles / Leonard Barr

First aired: Mar/11/1971

176 :06x26 - Episode #176

First aired: Mar/25/1971

181 :07x01 - Art Carney / Petula Clark / Liberace / Johnny Carson

First aired: Sep/16/1971

7th Season Premiere

Musical numbers:
Petula Clark and Dean Martin - "For Once In My Life," "We've Only Just Begun."
The Dingalings – "Get It On."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "I Get No Kick From Champage" and "You're An Old Smoothie."
Liberace, Art Carney, Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "Hot Pants."
Dean Martin and Petula Clark – Dreams medley: "I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams," "All I Do Is Dream Of You," "Dream" and "Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams."
Dean Martin - "Non Dimenticar."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Dancing Medley: "Steppin' Out With My Baby," "Hernando's Hideaway," "Sway," "Cheek To Cheek," "Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry" and "Papa, Won't You Dance With Me?"
"Records 'Round And 'Round" Finale

182 :07x02 - Carroll O'Connor / Vikki Carr / Ruth Buzzi

First aired: Sep/23/1971

Dean Martin: "Detroit City"
Dean Martin and Vikki Carr - "Proud Mary"
Vikki Carr - "If I Were Your Woman"
A "Pocahontas" spoof with Ruth Buzzi as the Native American princess, Dean as Capt. John Smith, and Carroll O'Connor as a bigot (reminiscent of his Archie Bunker character on "All in the Family").

183 :07x03 - Dennis Weaver / Leslie Uggams / Dick Martin

First aired: Sep/30/1971
Guest star: Rip Taylor (Himself)

Dean Martin: "C'est Magnifique"
Leslie Uggams and Dean Martin: "Joy to the World"; "You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You"
Leslie Uggams - "What the World Needs Now"
Dean Martin as an embarrassed priest who didn't know he was dining at a strip club.
Dick Martin in drag as a hostess at a dance hall.
--A "King Kong" parody.

184 :07x04 - Bing Crosby / Richard Castellano / Clair and McMahon

First aired: Oct/07/1971
Guest star: Rip Taylor (Himself)

Bing Crosby and Dean Martin – "Put Your Hand in the Hand," "Lay Some Happiness on Me" and "Beautiful Brown Eyes."
The Dingalings – "We Can Work It Out."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "I Don't Know Enough About You" and "How About You."
Dean Martin – "On An Evening In Roma."
Dean Martin and Bing Crosby, with The Dingalings – Medley of Bing's hits: "Learn To Croon," "I'm An Old Cowhand," "I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams," "Swingin' On A Star," "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive," "In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening," "Personality," "Love Thy Neighbor," "True Love," "Love Is Just Around The Corner," "But Beautiful" and "Second Time Around."
Records 'Round And 'Round Finale

185 :07x05 - Art Carney / Ruth Buzzi / Lynn Kellogg

First aired: Oct/14/1971

186 :07x06 - Wayne Newton / Paul Lynde / Rip Taylor / Don Rice

First aired: Oct/21/1971
Guest star: Rip Taylor (Himself)

187 :07x07 - Ernest Borgnine / Elaine Stritch / Norm Crosby / Leonard Barr

First aired: Oct/28/1971

188 :07x08 - Eddie Albert / Jonathan Winters / Lynn Kellogg

First aired: Nov/04/1971
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

189 :07x09 - Mike Connors / Dr. Joyce Brothers / Ruth Buzzi / Bobbi Martin

First aired: Nov/11/1971

190 :07x10 - Joey Bishop / Jo Ann Pflug / Kay Medford / Lou Jacobi

First aired: Nov/18/1971

Musical numbers:
Dean Martin and Joey Bishop - "Born To Lose," "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "She's A Little Bit Country."
The Dingalings – "Resurrection Shuffle."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "Until The Real Things Come Along" and "Show Me."
Dean Martin – "C'est Si Bon."
Dean Martin, Joey Bishop and Jo Ann Pflug – "Tea For Two," "No Two People Have Ever Been So In Love," "When I'm Calling You," "Side By Side By Side," "Two Sleepy People" and "Together, Wherever We Go."

Pianist Ken Lane and family prepare to appear in a detergent commercial.
Joey Bishop plays Jimmy Durante in the "lip-synch" finale. (Also, in a comedy bit, Joey shows Dean how to be a more macho singer.)
Also appearing:
Kay Medford, Lou Jacobi and the Ding-a-Lings.

191 :07x11 - Carol Channing / Dan Blocker / Joe Cappo

First aired: Nov/25/1971

192 :07x12 - Peter Graves / Alice Ghostley / Kelly Garrett / Al Cappo / Jeannie Burnier

First aired: Dec/02/1971

193 :07x13 - Juliet Prowse / Ruth Buzzi / Jerry Collins / Charles Nelson Reilly

First aired: Dec/09/1971

Dean Martin and Ginger Rogers – "Too Marvelous For Words."
Ginger Rogers – Medley: "That's How Young I Feel," "Ain't She Sweet," "Yes Sir, That's My Baby," "Brazil," "Change Partners And Dance" and "Sing, Sing, Sing."
Dean Martin and Ginger Rogers – "Dancing."
The Dingalings – "Girl Talk."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "I Only Have Eyes For You," "You Do Something To Me"
Dingaling Musical Questions
Dean Martin and Ginger Rogers – "Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered."
Dean Martin – "Tip Of My Fingers."
Records 'Round And 'Round Finale
Also appearing:
--Don Meredith
--Arte Johnson (comedian) - appears as a Ukranian football player.
--Norm Crosby (comedian) - does a comedy monologue on American pioneers, gamblers and astrologers.

194 :07x14 - Ginger Rogers / Norm Crosby / Arte Johnson / Don Meredith

First aired: Dec/16/1971

195 :07x15 - Jonathan Winters / Dan Rowan / Lonnie Shorr

First aired: Dec/23/1971
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

Dean Martin and Jonathan Winters - "Walkin’ My Baby Back Home" and "My Baby Just Cares for Me."
The Dingalings - "I Feel the Earth Move."
Dean Martin and the Dingalings - "That Old Feeling" and "Too Close for Comfort."
Kay Medford and Lou Jacobi - "I’ll Never Be Jealous Again."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Musical Questions
Dean Martin - "Marshmallow World."
Records 'Round And 'Round Finale.
Comedy includes:
Jonathan Winters plays a wisecracking Santa.

196 :07x16 - Art Carney / Howard Cosell / Lonnie Shorr

First aired: Dec/30/1971

197 :07x17 - Art Carney / Caterina Valente / Jeannine Burnier

First aired: Jan/06/1972

198 :07x18 - Petula Clark / Billy Baxter / Jeannine Burnier

First aired: Jan/13/1972

199 :07x19 - Jonathan Winters / Frank Sinatra Jr. / Norm Crosby

First aired: Jan/20/1972
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

Musical numbers:
Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr. – "I've Gotta Be Me" and "I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am."
The Dingalings – "Consider Yourself."
Dean Martin and the Dingalings - "If I Had You" and "What A Man."
Dean Martin - "What's Yesterday?"
Frank Sinatra Jr. - "The Trolley Song."
Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr., with The Dingalings - Medley of Frank Sinatra Sr.'s songs: "I'll Never Smile Again," "Witchcraft," "My Kind of Town," "All the Way," "It Was A Very Good Year," "Night and Day," "Strangers in the Night," "High Hopes" and "Love and Marriage."
Records 'Round And 'Round Finale.

Also appearing:
Jonathan Winters appears in comedy sketches.
Norm Crosby - does a comedy monologue on the Women's Lib.

200 :07x20 - Raymond Burr / Bob Newhart / Elaine Stritch / Marian Mercer

First aired: Jan/27/1972

201 :07x21 - Leslie Uggams / Paul Lynde / Norm Crosby / Lennie Shorr

First aired: Feb/17/1972

202 :07x22 - Eva Gabor / Charles Nelson Reilly

First aired: Feb/24/1972

203 :07x23 - Jonathan Winters

First aired: Mar/02/1972
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

Musical Numbers:
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "Somebody Stole My Gal."
The Dingalings – "Close To You."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Don't Blame Me" and "You're Driving Me Crazy."
Dean Martin - “By the Time I Get to Phoenix."
Records 'Round And 'Round Finale

--In a monologue, Jonathan Winters improvises different characters, including Maude Frickett as Dean Martin's school teacher.
--A comedy sketch about a misunderstanding in Ken Lane's household.

204 :07x24 - Phil Silvers / Dom DeLuise / Norm Crosby / Leonard Barr

First aired: Mar/09/1972

Musical Numbers:
Dean Martin, Phil Silvers, Dom DeLuise and The Dingalings - "Comedy Tonight" and "Make 'em Laugh."
The Dingalings - "The Look of Love."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Imagination" and "Something's Gotta Give."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Musical Questions
Dean Martin - "Release Me."
Dean Martin, Phil Silvers, Dom DeLuise and The Dingalings - "Everybody Ought to Have a Maid."
Dean Martin - "Red Sails in the Sunset."
Records 'Round And 'Round Finale.

Also appearing:
Norm Crosby
Leonard Barr

Comedy Skits:
Phil Silvers plays a salesman trying to pursuade hospital patient Kay Medford into buying a cemetary plot.
Other sketches cover such diverse topics as sex education, Julius Caesar, and well-known inventors.

205 :07x25 - Art Carney / Barbara McNair / Jackie Mason

First aired: Mar/16/1972

206 :07x26 - Jonathan Winters / Paul Lynde / Norm Crosby / Lonnie Shorr

First aired: Mar/30/1972
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

Musical numbers:
Dean Martin and the Dingalings – Medley: "Dixieland" and "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?"
The Dingalings – "Take Me Out to the Ball Game."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Them There Eyes" and "Witchcraft."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Musical Questions
Dean Martin - "The Small Expectation of Me."
Records 'Round And 'Round Finale.
Jonathan Winters is a country bumpkin who thinks he can con Dean Martin.
Jonathan Winters also plays an elderly man who's making a television appearance.

207 :07x27 - Joey Bishop

First aired: Apr/06/1972

208 :07x28 - Buddy Hackett / Jeannine Burnier / Don Rice III / Laurie Ichino

First aired: Apr/13/1972

210 :07x30 - Episode #40 (duplicate)

First aired: Nov/17/1966

08x?? - Carol Channing / Mike Connors

First aired: Dec/07/1972
Guest star: Carol Channing (Herself)

08x?? - Richard Roundtree / Bobby Goldsboro / Jackie Vernon / Steve Landesberg

First aired: Feb/15/1973

Celebrity Roast: Ronald Reagan

First aired: Sep/13/1973
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

Celebrity Roast: Johnny Carson

First aired: Nov/01/1973
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

211 :08x01 - Gene Kelly / Gilbert O'Sullivan / Steve Landesberg

First aired: Sep/14/1972

Musical Numbers:
Dean Martin, Gene Kelly and the Dingaings - "When You’re Smiling" and "I Want To Be Happy."
Dean Martin and Kitty – "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To."
Gilbert O'Sullivan - "Alone Again (Naturally)."
Dean Martin and Gilbert O'Sullivan - "Gentle On My Mind"
Gene Kelly recreates his song-and-dance performance of "Singin' In The Rain" from the movie musical of the same title.
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "L-O-V-E" and "The Way You Do Your Thing."
Dean Martin – "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head."
The Dingalings – "Four Of A Kind."
Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "An American in Paris."

212 :08x02 - Barbara Feldon / Lloyd Bridges / Anna Moffo

First aired: Sep/21/1972
Guest star: Anna Moffo (Herself)

Dean Martin - “The Small Exception of Me.”
Anna Moffo - “Je veux vivre dans ce reve” (from Gounod’s “Romeo et Juliette”).
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "If I Could Be With You" (opening number)
The Dingalings – "That Old Black Magic."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter" and "I Cried For You."
Dean Martin and Kitty – "Let's Fall In Love."
Dean Martin, Anna Moffo and Lloyd Bridges – Medley: "By The Time I Get To Phoenix," "I Feel The Earth Move," "Proud Mary," "Little Green Apples" and "Close To You."
The Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Gigi."

Comedy sketches:
--A couple is celebrating their 180th anniversary.
--An operatic take on commercials.

In the concluding segment, Dean kicks off his weekly tongue-in-cheek college poll, with the help of University of Minnesota coed Colleen Camp, who would later go on to become an actress appearing in a number of big box office films, including "Apocalypse Now".

213 :08x03 - Fess Parker / Eve Arden / Lynn Anderson

First aired: Sep/28/1972

Dean Martin and The Dingalings – "Why Not Take All Of Me."
The Dingalings – "I Want To Be Happy."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Memories Are Made Of This" and "It's Easy To Remember."
Dean Martin and Kitty – "Cuddle Up A Little Closer."
Dean Martin – "Turn The World Around"
Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Girl Crazy" (1943).
--Wife a harum.
--Earning extra trousseau money through moonlighting.

214 :08x04 - Episode #214

First aired: Oct/05/1972

215 :08x05 - Episode #215

First aired: Oct/12/1972
Guest star: Hugh O'Brian (Himself)

216 :08x06 - Episode #216

First aired: Oct/19/1972

217 :08x07 - Olivia Newton-John; William Conrad

First aired: Oct/26/1972

Musical Numbers:
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?" and "Dixieland."
The Dingalings - "Hoedown."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings - Medley: "Mountain Greenery" and "Home On The Range."
Dean Martin – "Cryin' Time."
Olivia Newton-John – "If."
Dean Martin and Olivia Newton-John – Medley: "Just A Little Lovin'" and "True Love."
Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Rose Marie" (1936).

Comedy includes:
Tarzan (played by William Conrad) and Jane (played by Joy Hawkins) visit a marriage counselor (played by Dean).

218 :08x08 - Episode #218

First aired: Nov/02/1972

219 :08x09 - Episode #219

First aired: Nov/09/1972

220 :08x10 - Episode #220

First aired: Nov/16/1972

221 :08x11 - Jack Benny / Lynn Anderson

First aired: Nov/23/1972

Musical Numbers:
Dean Martin and The Dingalings - "Then I'll Be Happy."
Lynn Anderson – "Stand By Your Man."
Dean Martin and Lynn Anderson - Flowers medley: "April Showers," "Tiptoe Through The Tulips," "Sweet Violets," "Sweet and Lovely" and "(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden."
Dean Martin and Kitty – "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?"
Dean Martin – "Non Dimenticar."
The Dingalings – "The Laziest Gal In Town."
Dean Martin and The Dingalings – Medley: "Love Is Just Around The Corner" and "My Ideal."
Dean Martin and Jack Benny hold a sing-off, each with their own set of DIngalings, performing: "Mr. Wonderful," "Why Don't We Do This More Often?" "Anything You Can Do" and "You"
Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Word and Music" (1948).
--Jack Benny appears in a barbershop sketch involving sex education.

222 :08x12 - Steve Lawrence / Charles Nelson Reilly / Rodney Dangerfield

First aired: Nov/30/1972

223 :08x13 - Episode #223

First aired: Dec/14/1972

224 :08x14 - Lynn Anderson / Glenn Ford / Dom DeLuise / The Golddiggers

First aired: Dec/21/1972
Guest star: Glenn Ford (Himself)

The Golddiggers return for Dean's Christmas show.
Musical numbers:
Dean Martin and The Golddiggers – "Marshmallow World."
Dean Martin and The Golddiggers – Medley consisting of snippets of many songs, and ending in a big finish with "Style."
Lynn Anderson – "Fool Me."
Dean Martin and Lynn Anderson – Medley: "This Old House" and "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To."
Dean Martin – "I'll Be Home For Christmas."
Movies Finale pays musical tribute to "Till The Clouds Roll By" (1947).

Dom DeLuise and Lynn Anderson play a bickering Mr. and Mrs. Claus. After spending the night on the town, Santa comes home to his angry wife.

225 :08x15 - Episode #225

First aired: Dec/28/1972

226 :08x16 - Episode #226

First aired: Jan/08/1973

227 :08x17 - Episode #227

First aired: Jan/18/1973

228 :08x18 - Episode #228

First aired: Jan/25/1973

229 :08x19 - Episode #229

First aired: Feb/01/1973

230 :08x20 - Episode #230

First aired: Feb/08/1973

231 :08x21 - Episode #231

First aired: Feb/22/1973

232 :08x22 - Episode #232

First aired: Feb/29/1973

233 :08x23 - Episode #233

First aired: Mar/08/1973
Guest star: Jonathan Winters (Himself)

234 :08x24 - Episode #234

First aired: Mar/15/1973
Guest star: June Allyson (Herself)

282 :08x27 - Episode #83

First aired: Feb/15/1968

241 :09x01 - Episode #241

First aired: Sep/13/1973

242 :09x02 - Episode #242

First aired: Sep/20/1973
Guest star: Howard Cosell (Himself)

243 :09x03 - Episode #243

First aired: Sep/27/1973
Guest star: Ernest Borgnine (Himself)

244 :09x04 - Episode #244

First aired: Oct/04/1973

245 :09x05 - Episode #245

First aired: Oct/11/1973
Guest star: Jack Burns (Himself), Avery Schreiber (Himself), Ted Knight (Himself)

246 :09x06 - Episode #246

First aired: Oct/18/1973
Guest star: Howard Cosell (Himself), Vincent Price (Himself)

247 :09x07 - Episode #247

First aired: Oct/25/1973
Guest star: Steve Landesberg (Himself), William Conrad (Himself)

248 :09x08 - Episode #248

First aired: Nov/01/1973
Guest star: Kent McCord (Himself), Howard Cosell (Himself), Martin Milner (Himself)

249 :09x09 - Wilt Chamberlain (celebrity roast)

First aired: Nov/09/1973
Guest star: Wilt Chamberlain (Himself), Ken Berry (Himself)

250 :09x10 - Episode #250

First aired: Nov/15/1973

251 :09x11 - Hubert Humphrey (celebrity roast)

First aired: Nov/23/1973
Guest star: Ted Knight (Himself)

252 :09x12 - Episode #252

First aired: Nov/29/1973

253 :09x13 - Episode #253

First aired: Dec/06/1973
Guest star: Robert Wood (Himself)

254 :09x14 - Episode #254

First aired: Dec/13/1973
Guest star: Ted Knight (Himself)

255 :09x15 - Tony Randall & Jack Klugman (celebrity roast)

First aired: Dec/21/1973
Guest star: Tony Randall (Himself), Jack Klugman (Himself)

256 :09x16 - Episode #256

First aired: Dec/27/1973

257 :09x17 - Episode #257

First aired: Jan/03/1974

258 :09x18 - Episode #258

First aired: Jan/10/1974
Guest star: Buddy Hackett (Himself)

259 :09x19 - Episode #259

First aired: Jan/17/1974

260 :09x20 - Episode #260

First aired: Jan/24/1974
Guest star: Ted Knight (Himself)

261 :09x21 - Episode #261

First aired: Jan/31/1974

262 :09x22 - Episode #262

First aired: Feb/07/1974
Guest star: Carol Channing (Herself), Lorne Greene (Himself)

263 :09x23 - Episode #263

First aired: Feb/14/1974
Guest star: Steve Landesberg (Himself)

264 :09x24 - Episode #264

First aired: Feb/21/1974
Guest star: James Stewart (Himself)

265 :09x25 - Episode #265

First aired: Mar/01/1974

266 :09x26 - Episode #266

First aired: Mar/08/1974
Guest star: Vincent Price (Himself)

267 :09x27 - Episode #267

First aired: Mar/15/1974

268 :09x28 - Episode #268

First aired: Mar/22/1974
Guest star: Arte Johnson (Himself)

269 :09x29 - Episode #269

First aired: Mar/29/1974
Guest star: Lou Rawls (Himself), Anna Moffo (Herself)

270 :09x30 - Episode #270

First aired: Apr/05/1974