The hosts for the episode are Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, and the musical guest is Neil Sedaka. The skits for this episode are as follows: A bomb squad is called in to investigate a mysterious package, but unfortunately does not defuse it in time. A casting director for a new Tarzan movie is faced with an aspiring actor auditioning for the lead role, despite having one leg. A maximum-security prison holds auditions for a production of Gigi, in which several of the inmates perform songs they've prepared. Don Pardo presents a luxury vacation plan from inside an elevator. A reporter interviews the owner of the Frog and Peach restaurant about their choice of cuisine. Gary Weis presents a film about novelty store items. A British version of Sonny & Cher sing their own rendition of "I Got You Babe" that turns nasty. A reporter conducts an interview with a male-impersonator actress named Sheila. A team of doctors decides to harvest a body for organs after their patient dies, even though the...
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Did You Know?
Although no longer listed as a cast member, George Coe appears in two skits in this episode, Bomb Squad and Lifer Follies, in which he plays the husband and the warden, respectively. During the end credits, Don Pardo announces his name as "Also Featured In The Cast". See more
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Written by Neil Sedaka
and Howard Greenfield
Performed by Neil Sedaka See more