Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Carol Burnett...Aahhh, Those Were The Days...

Remember the 'charwoman' or 'Mrs. Wiggins', Mr. Tudball, Eunice, Tim Conway as a shuffling old man plus so many other memorable characters? It began in 1967 and continued for 11 years. I went through school, dating, marriage, childbirth...all with Carol Burnett and ensemble. It was a sad day when it left the airwaves in 1978...I have fond memories of hilarity for one hour a week for all those years.

These little video clips are hilarious...my cheeks hurt from laughing...take a moment, watch and laugh...you'll feel refreshed when they're finished...




When you've finished getting your funny bone tickled..get a cup of coffee and browse the bargains going on at Online Auction. This is first week of the 6 Week Stimulus Extravaganza. Each week will feature different categories.
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Course, while you're browsing take a moment and check out Supergrannys Treasures

Do your Valentines Day shopping...always buy vintage...when they're gone, they're gone.

10 comments:

Fleapirates said...

Oh, I loved the Carol Burnett show! Tim Conway was great!!! (They all were, but...)

My favorite memory is one of their most famous... remember the scene where Carol dressed up as Scarlet O'Hara and wore the green draperies? ROFLOL!

Thanks for giving me my chuckle for today, SG!
You're the best!

Fredd said...

Harvey Korman was always my favorite on the Carol Burnett show. And boy, did she have a great Tarzan yell.

I always pictured Tim Conway as Ernest Borgnine's side kick in McHale's Navy.

Supergranny said...

Fredd, Harvey was so believable in his many characters...until he'd get cracked up by the others! Total joy!!!

Supergranny said...

flea, yeah, the drapes ON the curtain rod was priceless!

Hi, I am TJ said...

Thanks for the belly laugh Granny!

STUBSINC said...

I use to watch Carol Burnett every week, it was a Great Show!!!

davendeb1178 said...

That show was one of my favorites. I just love all of them.

Eileen Williams said...

I always LOVED Carol Burnett! Also, she seems like such a truly kind and gracious person in real life. She's endured terrible tragedy with the death of her daughter and her childhood years were tough ones. Nonetheless, I'm certain she's kept her sense of humor and her love of people. She's someone I'd like to meet in person if I ever had and opportunity to do so.

James Williamz said...

Hi

Great information in this post and get a cup of coffee and browse the bargains going on at Online Auction.

Fuzzy Slippers said...

OMG, these are great! I LOVE Carol Burnett, that show always cracks me up. I think my favorite is still the Gone with the Wind one with the curtains! lmao