Bones show booth dating episode guide
(This heavy use of repeats was used as a plot element in the first show of cycle 3.) Best of the Best: CCCP1, Zontar, The Godfather, SCTV Staff Christmas Party Emmy nomination: outstanding individual achievement - creative special achievement (Alex Tkach, Michael Gross, and Wayne Schneider (graphic artists)) The Russians hijack SCTV's satellite signal and beam Russian programming to America; in response, Guy enlists Red Rooster, Dr Tongue and Woody Tobias to get the airwaves back.
Also includes the superb Perry Como promo sketch, used as the clip at the Emmy awards, and the excellent parody of The Jazz Singer featuring Al Jarreau.
Back home, he argues with his father, and Sid renounces him.
Rabbi Knish (all the way from San Francisco) visits Sid, who is in the studio with Linda Mc Cartney.
Additional Viewing: The Russian wrap includes elements of Fail-Safe and Dr Strangelove.
The Jazz Singer is a parody of the 1980 version of The Jazz Singer.
This week, Lola has an insightful interview with Mother Theresa and roughs it in India. Outraged by the invasion of American airspace by "Iranian amateurs," Bobby stops the show and walks off.
Announcer - Thomas; Bobby Bittman as Caesar - Levy; Johnny La Rue as Pluto - Candy; Conspirator - Flaherty; Casta - Moranis; Hag - Martin; Senators - Thomas, extras 3CP1 on your dial, Russian television. The prize: qualifying for an earlier delivery date for a Russian automobile.
Announcer - Moranis Ivan and Valeri welcome new viewers in Melonville. Host: Nikolas Harmelov - Moranis; Victor Kametsky - Levy; Anna Petrovich - O'Hara Feliks puts Argentina, Australia and Texas into Russia.
Perry Como - Levy; Backup singers - Martin, extra; Juul Haalmeyer Dancers - Juul Haalmeyer, Moranis, Dick Blasucci, Doug Steckler, Bob Dolman, extras; Members of audience - Candy, Thomas, Moranis, Flaherty, extra; Announcer - Moranis; Whether she's working backstage, preaching, or singing, she can't go without her super-thick industrial mascara.
'It works like a miracle.' Tammy Bakker - O'Hara; crew - extras; announcer - staff announcer Benny Hill meets Hill Street Blues, complete with Thames television sign off.