This clip is from 1976 and is one of 4 appearances by Paul on the show.
love the hair
@psycho4334 I doubt if she would have had to worry too much about anything happening beyond a touch.
@expostfactum They had some talented acts on the early shows. But it seems that they chose the worst acts towards the end.
Did you see the tall, skinny, toothless and hairy chested guy singing “The man I love” while sitting on top of a piano wearing a bob mackie type formal gown?
Did that chick end up on “In Living Color?”
wow, lucky he came up with PEE WEE
This is Paul Reubens with the late, great Charlotte McGinnis. They were both in The Groundlings at the time.
That was NOT woth 30 points!
This show was such a scam…..and retarded.
I’m glad he came up with Pee Wee, cause this shit is GAY!!!!!!!!!!!
@ :32 the chick push pee weed hand like get the fuck off of me haha
Ahhh, what a simpler more innocent time it was when this show broadcast! There is no way this skit would get past Piers and Sharon on America’s Got Talent today!
Isn’t that the girl from ‘Pee Wee’s Big Adventure’. She played Simone I think.
@hotkaramellove5000 According to “byebons,” who posted above:
“Her name was Mary Charlotte “Sissy” Mcginnis Woffingdon. She passed away a couple of years ago, sadly.” Sounds to me like he said, “Bye Char” at the end. He must have known both of them.
@decovegan Who is the female with Paul Reubens?
He says “Thanks Paul, Bye Char.” Paul is a genius and she was funny too. I’m sad she’s no longer with us.
ROFLOL I noticed that too that at the end after he said it was betty and Eddy, he said Thanks paul twice. OMG that id funny
I cant believe pee wee didnt get gonged.
I BET you could eat two weiners….
they forgot the “ROVER get off my leg”
“I can eat two weiners!” lolz
Gong Show, thats what made basicly invented Oingo Boingo
wow look at the fro!
Within 10 years he was earning millions of dollars weekly on the CBS Television Network with The Pee Wee Herman Show.
I CAN EAT TWO WEINERS!