Episodes
Episode 1 : Episode dated 21 September 1972
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Episode 2 : 730118
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Episode 3 : 26 October 1972
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Episode 4 : 730810
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Episode 5 : 730711
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Episode 6 : 731220
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Episode 7 : 730911
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Episode 8 : 730420
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Episode 9 : 730809
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Episode 10 : 730316
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Episode 11 : 730223
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Episode 12 : 721025
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Episode 13 : 730817
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Episode 14 : 730221
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Episode 15 : 08/ Mar/1973
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Episode 16 : 730104
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Episode 17 : 730414
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Episode 18 : 730723
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Episode 19 : 730320
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Episode 20 : 730806
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Episode 21 : 721101
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Episode 22 : 721108
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Episode 23 : 721116
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Episode 24 : 730213
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Episode 25 : 730203
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Episode 26 : 730302
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Episode 27 : 730111
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Episode 28 : 730920
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Episode 29 : 730516
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Episode 30 : 730717
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Episode 31 : 730903
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Episode 32 : 730914
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Episode 33 : 730226
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Episode 34 : 730528
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Episode 35 : 721002
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Episode 36 : September 12th, 1973 - Joan Embry, Bette Midler, David Steinberg
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Episode 37 : Jan. 8, 1973
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Episode 38 : July 2, 1973
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Episode 39 : July 3, 1973
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Episode 40 : 21 / June /1973
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