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Season 1

  • S01E01 Pilot

    • January 11, 1962
    • CBS

    This second pilot first circulated in Summer 1961 after the failed pilot "What Do You Want".

  • S01E02 Episode 2

    • January 18, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E03 Episode 3

    • January 25, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E04 Episode 4

    • February 1, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E05 Episode 5

    • February 8, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E06 Episode 6

    • February 15, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E07 Episode 7

    • February 22, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E08 Episode 8

    • March 1, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E09 Episode 9

    • March 8, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E10 Darla Hood

    • March 15, 1962
    • CBS

    Randolph Anthony Christopher Connelly wants women to leave their jobs and return to home and family where they belong. He argues that the breakup of the family is the most important factor in the breakdown of society. Max Stone is a minor league umpire who appeals for tolerance of umpires and demonstrates his umpiring technique with Groucho as batter. Darla Hood is a former Our gang-Little rascals star and is now 28 years old. She wants to be seen as a woman, not as a little girl when she goes for acting roles. She sings.

  • S01E11 Episode 11

    • March 22, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E12 Episode 12

    • March 29, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E13 Rod Serling

    • April 2, 1962
    • CBS

    Key guest: Rod Serling

  • S01E14 Episode 14

    • April 12, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E15 Jayne Mansfield and Mickey Hargitay

    • April 19, 1962
    • CBS

    This episode begins as Marx and his assistant, Patty Harmon, welcome a representative from the Polaroid Camera Company to show how the new three-button-model camera works. When the advertisement/demonstration ends, Marx brings out the woman he terms his "favorite glamour star," Jayne Mansfield, and her husband, former "Mr. Universe" Mickey Hargitay. The host questions the two about their first meeting, their unusual pets, their dream of having ten children, and Mansfield's reputation as a dumb blonde. Marx makes several references to Mansfield's generous bustline, causing her to blush and drawing Hargitay's mock ire.

  • S01E16 Fabian

    • April 26, 1962
    • CBS

    Key guest: Fabian

  • S01E17 Episode 17

    • May 3, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E18 Episode 18

    • May 10, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E19 Episode 19

    • May 17, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E20 Episode 20

    • May 24, 1962
    • CBS

  • S01E21 Final

    • May 31, 1962
    • CBS