@Mnorman

The shoes drug my eyes away from the BEADS on her sleeves. Omg, this can't be real. It's gotta be a Photoshop.

Who is dressing this woman??!

@barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @Seedsaver @Dawnz @Mnorman

I immediately thought of those beaded curtains circa 1970 and then here comes Carol, curtain rod and all. πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚

@boatguy12 @Seedsaver @Dawnz @Mnorman

I love that classic scene. Harvey Korman almost lost his stuff when she appeared at the top of steps.

@barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @boatguy12 @Seedsaver @Dawnz @Mnorman
Harvey Korman actually peed his pants in the dentist chair skit.

Tim Conway's goal in every episode was to BREAK his castmates! πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

@BrendaJean @TerriC @barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @boatguy12 @Dawnz @Mnorman

11 seasons streaming for free. These old shows are the best. I can find very little on current TV that can hold a candle to these classics.

I was watching Petticoat Junction the other day... 🎡And that's Uncle Joe, he's a-movin' kinda slow at the Junction.🎢

Oh dear, my age is showing again.

@Seedsaver

Let that age shine, I’m right there with you! They don’t make comedy like they used to, not even one cuss word in it either. The good ole days!

@Mnorman @Seedsaver

In that my command console is strategically located in the same great room as the lair of the Mrs and I typically don't watch TV, she watches a lot of a local OTA which broadcasts "Decades".

She also has on her card, Quincy and Columbo.

@RonOgletree

Not having watched tv in years, I had to look up Decades to see what you were referring to. Great old shows with stylish laughs!

@BrendaJean OMG that was hilarious. I was crying happy tears too. I wish TV was funny again

@Gmajvβ€”As several people in the comments section of YouTube posted, this is comic gold.

If the comedians of today would get the TDS and Woke BS out of their systems, they would probably be able to pull it off.

As it stands, none can hold a candle to Carol and Company.

@BrendaJean

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