What happens when Charles Nelson Reilly gets a tired Gene Rayburn mad? Well Charles takes over the hosting duties.
3:12 – Gene: With the big…..(pause)…big yellow sweater….LMAO! I knew Gene was just like Bob Barker!
I wonder if a host could get away with complimenting a contestant on her “sweater” today?
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R.I.P Charles Nelson Reilly, Gene Rayburn, Brett Somers, & McLean Stevenson
Who’s the Bart guy?
After watching this, I can do soooo many impersonations that no one from my generation will get! … ….
sheer awesomeness!!!!! Thanks
that’s dun dun from canonball run
NOW THIS IS T.V.
@animefreak991 “Giddyup, Gene!” lmao!
@sudaev yes.. I am a ‘homo’ and a drag queen and proud of both.
@tyjeffries – LOL that’s the type of nutty response I’d expect from a depraved lunatic homosexual. Look at this character’s profile, folks – he’s a drag queen.
As to my original post, I was referring to entertainment homos in general.
@sudaev you sound like a real bore. Eva Gabor wasn’t a ‘homo’ you moron as for the others I never saw them in the act… did you?. if you dont like it why the hell are you watching it? I’d love to see YOU try to entertain anyone.
What a pathetic looser you must be.
please do us all a favour and just shoot yourself.
lmao 5:15 BART??
“He’ll melt your face with his laser beam eyes! Oh yeah!”
@darrylhaynes Bart is still alive.
He did the voice of King Llort in the 1993 animated feature A Troll in Central Park. If you haven’t seen A Troll in Central Park…you must. It is like looking into the face of God and seeing Him smiling back and saying, “You are my most wondrous creation.”
Interestingly enough, Charles would later host his own game show “Sweethearts” in 1988 which was a big flop.
they gotta put this on DVD! i would watch it for hours and i never even liked this show
“. . . .and go over there and ask Eva Gabor what her answer is.”
only marcia is still alive…..
Thanks, I didn’t know that. And yes, I do take issue to being ogled by strange men. Back then, women were still looked at as objects. If you think that I have issues, that’s your problem. Maybe you should examine your own sexist, old-fashioned views.
First of all, the “woman in the blue dress” is the great comic actress Marcia Wallace of “The Bob Newhart Show” and “The Simpsons”. Second of all, I think somebody has some issues with men………..hmmm?
Holy shit, those glasses would have been sooo popular the almost three years!! haha
“With the big… yellow sweater.”