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    Carol Burnett show video

    Post  bynes492 on Tue May 04, 2010 6:05 am

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    The humour of M*A*S*H, combined with top rate actors and writing, kept audiences captivated for 11 years. It's the comedy and unpredictability of M*A*S*H that gave this series longevity. People under the age of 30 probably do not realize the incredible avalanche of popularity M*A*S*H had inherited the Carol Burnett show dvd collection few years of its run. M*A*S*H still holds, and most Carol Burnett dvds[/url] l always will, the all time record for audience viewership (106 miliion) for its final episode "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen". I feel a certain contentment in knowing that my favourite show ever holds the record that probably will never be eCarol Burnett complete sed.

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    Thank-you Jamie Farr: The section 8 persuing Corporal Klinger was unique for television but not for the Army. It is not a mystery that several of the enlisted personnel were so desperate to return home that "bidding for a section 8" (psychiatric discharge) was not uncommon. What made Klinger's attempts unique was his affection for women's clothing. Takes a lot of guts to dress in something cross gendre. Klinger seemed to be comfortable in this attire...and after a while, the audience didn't notice, really, or didn't mind. When Klinger was NOT wearing women's clothing, we Carol Burnett show video this as weird! Brilliant!

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    Goodbye, Farewell and Amen.

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