How many of you remember television shows that were so funny, you found yourself laughing for hours after the show was over. The excitement of watching professional comedians deliver joke after joke for our amusement is what made our day so much better after coming home from a grinding day at school or work.
One of those awesome shows was the Carol Burnett Show. Carol is known as one of the funniest women of all time. She and her cast of Vikki Lawrence, Harvey Korman, and Tim Conway could change your demeanor for the entire night if you watch their show.
These old sketch comedy shows are in syndication reruns today, and for most of America, they have forgotten the very nature of allowing themselves to get lost in the moment of fun, even if it was for 4-5 minutes. Nothing was ever the same from one episode to the next.
What we rarely saw on camera was the bloopers or how the cast would mess up the lines while they were having so much fun and continue to act the scene through adlib. The best part was when the actors had to fight back their own laughter to continue with the skit.
This particular episode went crazy when Conway started talking about a circus elephant and a dwarf. As Burnett was trying to continue with her lines, he pressed on with his “off the cuff” made-up story, and it literally took a life of its own.
Burnett, Lawrence, and guest Lyle Waggoner couldn’t control themselves from laughing even though they tried not to act. Lawrence delivered the ending punch that knocked every one of their feet!
Watch the video below and have a trip down memory lane!
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