Fred Willard discusses his resemblance to Jerry; Martin Mull holds out.
Isabel Sanford of "The Jeffersons"; "Man of the Year" award.
Comedian Dick Martin tries to raise money for a hospital; freeze-dried wine.
Singer Connie Stevens; sociologist discusses surfing; tanning advice.
Singers Lou Rawls and Jose Feliciano join a network anniversary celebration.
Puppeteer Shari Lewis and Lambchop; mobile-home demolition derby.
Actress Karen Black is the "surprise guest"; Amelia Earhart; dance instructor.
Baseball slugger Steve Garvey; psychologist fights impotence.
Comedian Joan Rivers promotes a pregnancy test; a new Washington scandal.
Lenny and Squiggy of "Laverne & Shirley" sing; old cowboy star.
Singer Loudon Wainwright III performs at gunpoint; the show is held hostage.
TV stars Barbara Eden and Melissa Gilbert; hostage taker's demands.
Jack Albertson of "Chico and the Man"; telethon for a nose disease.
Mobile condominiums; violent miniseries; new late-night talk show.
A 5-year-old star discusses her love life; the owner of "Falafel Hut."
The first televised divorce; the infiltration of subversive aquatic animals.
Body-part black market exposed; ballet of housewives.
An unusual punk group; Barth "discovers" Martin Mull.
An unwitting Robert Conrad appears; mobile-home stunts; a clown.
The network president asks comedian Carl Reiner to take over the show from Barth.
Singer Melissa Manchester cannot find a parking space; Barth's sister sings.
Political activist Bella Abzug; low-cost law enforcement; Ukrainian society.
Psychologist Joyce Brothers; born-again surfers; "Star Wars" expose.
Four visitors from Fernwood bring Happy his pet and demand Barth pay his debts.
Billy Crystal takes a rejection-therapy test; a tribute to patriotism.
Actress Barbi Benton wins an award; a Japanese Johnny Cash; "Bible-gum" cards.
Amelia Earhart is introduced; an unusual ballet.
California mother discusses parenting; comedian talks with his hand.
An opera singer performs alongside a martial-arts demonstration.
Actor McLean Stevenson takes on TV ratings; Happy's new image.
Tom Waits attends the singing waitress' wedding reception.
Tom Waits is present for a singing waitress' wedding.
A lovely TV star discusses her private life; dancing twins.
Mark Hamill of "Star Wars" advocates pigs; judge favors socialized prostitution.
Comic Carol Burnett is the "mystery guest"; a family of criminals does a song.
Singer Roger Miller improvises; hula-dancers; mob "godfather."
Comedian Arte Johnson; Native American ballet troupe.
Country singer Roger Miller tests his sobriety; new conspiracy theory.
Actress Alice Ghostley' new amusement park; tribute to "The King."
Russian expert; lovely TV star; Barth's ransom fund.
Singer Jack Jones; Barth offers to be Leon Spinks' manager.
Model/actress Twiggy; healthy effects of sugar.
Peter Marshall, host of "Hollywood Squares"; airport music.
Rob Reiner tries to dispel rumors; psychic pianist plays new Cole Porter songs.
Elke Sommer; South American general.
Abe Vigoda of "Fish"; Happy performs "Help Me Rhonda."
Girls enjoy wrestling with boys; Barth's to-be-adopted son fills in.
Jill St. John; experimental drug research.
Cindy Williams gets kissed; professional contest winners.
Jim Nabors faces his past; a condensed version of the Bible.
Norman Fell of "Three's Company"; a parking attendant gives advice.
Sherman Hemsley of "The Jeffersons" cannot tell a lie; Barth's pet peeves.
Singer Vikki Carr; a nut trainer; an unemployed magician.
Fat-fighting guru; Barth complains about the Postal Service.
Anne Murray; Barth assists viewers adjusting their color.
Vincent Price talks about art; Happy sings "Don't Leave Me This Way."
A Fernwood deli owner talks about her former guru.
Barbara Feldon demands recognition for women on television; behind the scenes.
A date with Karen Lynn Gorney of "Saturday Night Fever" is a contest prize.
Rita Moreno sings "Bye Bye Blues"; White House paper shredder; Hollywood scandals.
Phyllis Diller; contest winners pull the electrocution switch.
Big stars congratulate Barth, Jerry and Happy; electrocution-contest essays.
George Gobel fixes the phone; day-care highlights; Happy's "vapo-rub" addiction.
Actor Gary Burghoff; a 60-year-old mother dances; "intelligent" clothes.
Charlton Heston is the show's first guest; Dr. Honywell researches a vaccine.