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  • Published on Nov 10, 2015
  • A business man (Harvey Korman) doesn't know what he's in for when he stops for a hot dog and a milkshake at a shop run by The Oldest Man (Tim Conway). Want even more laughs? Shop The Carol Burnett Show DVDs today at bit.ly/ShopCarol !
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    A business man (Harvey Korman) doesn't know what he's in for when he stops for a hot dog and a milkshake at a shop run by The Oldest Man (Tim Conway).
    About The Carol Burnett Show
    While there’s no truth to the rumor that “CBS” ever stood for The Carol Burnett Show, for eleven seasons and 278 episodes, this star-studded extravaganza of sketch comedy, song and dance became entertainment central for the network and TV viewers. Taped before a live audience at Hollywood’s CBS Television City Studio 33, The Carol Burnett Show featured clever, dazzling production numbers in an intimate environment, thanks to strategic camera placement that brought the actors and audience closer together. Burnett operated in a relaxed theater setting that allowed her to take questions, cut loose with her famous Tarzan yell and join fellow performers Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence and Lyle Waggoner to have a laugh or sing a song. The show received 25 Emmy Awards and eight Golden Globes, making it one of the most honored shows in television history. TIME Magazine named The Carol Burnett Show one of the "100 Best Television Shows of all Time" and Carol Burnett has been honored with more People's Choice Awards than any other actress.

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Comments • 300

  • Brian A. Hill
    Brian A. Hill 13 hours ago

    I agree. True clean FUNNY comedy. They just can’t touch this today. Hardly original today. My 9 year old cracks up watching these guys and asks to watch over and over. I love the episode when he shuffles in the kitchen ant like an inch an hour, hilarious

  • Diana Strauss
    Diana Strauss 19 hours ago

    One of the funniest men in the history of comedy, as far as I'm concerned.

  • Jay Lee
    Jay Lee 5 days ago

    "...A lonely weenie..." TOO MUCH!!

  • dave cunningham
    dave cunningham 13 days ago

    Boo

  • huss1205
    huss1205 15 days ago

    lonely winnie...

  • James Brown
    James Brown 17 days ago

    Watch their movie longshot this is real backside stuff this is normal for the trsck

  • Will Barefoot
    Will Barefoot 18 days ago

    Its Hedley!

  • William Tell
    William Tell 21 day ago

    Gone are the days of true comedy.I miss those days.

  • Lee Kinton
    Lee Kinton 22 days ago +1

    😂😂😂

  • C D
    C D 27 days ago +1

    This is comedy. Not today's mess. Nothing like the classics.

  • Patricia Williams
    Patricia Williams 27 days ago

    ( Lonely Wenie ) 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂😂❤❤👍

  • Jon Michael Rodgers
    Jon Michael Rodgers 29 days ago

    I love these shows....I met Carol Burnett in Santa Barbara, California while her foot has been injured but I told her that she still the star...and gave me VIP dinner which I paid $53.00...and it was my pleasure to talked to her...

  • Janita Quinn
    Janita Quinn Month ago +1

    I wish are children of today good have these shows to watch and laugh and smile. It's so good for your soul.

  • Chris Raynor
    Chris Raynor Month ago +1

    Who are the 298 dislikes? I know. Millennials who didn't see a Trump bashing skit there. Lunatics

  • John Powers
    John Powers Month ago +1

    Tim Conway is one of the GREATEST.

  • John Seaborn
    John Seaborn Month ago +1

    Tim is one of a kind!!!

  • Gary Johnston
    Gary Johnston Month ago

    Priceless.

  • sha11235
    sha11235 Month ago +1

    It's interesting that Carol would let Harvey and Tim do these sketches without her being in them. She let them shine.

  • sha11235
    sha11235 Month ago +1

    Even though you can guess where this is going, you can still enjoy it. SNL can't do anything like this.

  • peter mr goudas
    peter mr goudas Month ago

    A businessman (Harvey Korman) doesn't know what he's in for when he stops for a hot dog and a milkshake at a shop run by The Oldest Man (Tim Conway) /////////// morbius109 Tim Conway was a delightfully wicked terror, for sure. Every time he was on camera with Harvey, he would spare no effort to destroy the man's control. And the longer Harvey held back his giggling and laughing fits, the harder Tim would hammer at him until he finally broke, and when he did, he'd be on the verge of tears. This show is ageless, classic comedic gold./////////// Dennis Jeffs In all the years Tim and Harvey were together I never saw a dud sketch, always hilarious, gut aching laughs galore, always making each other crack up, scripted and ad lib as well, and when Carol joined in the whole show was side-splitting!! Thanks for the uploads of these old programmes, Tim & Carol still with us, RIP Harvey, always remembered.////////// gina Carrasco This is a comedy at its best, Tim and Harvey were one of a kind. ////////// Karen P I used to sit down with my family every week after dinner to watch The Carol Burnett Show in the seventies and we all just laughed so hard we could hardly stand it. Harvey and Tim were great together, especially when they would start laughing. I miss the show. /////////// willhowcoop Tim was so deliciously evil with his ability to crack up Harvey. What's so great about these sketches was the mutual admiration, respect and love these two had for each other; they worked together for years and Tim always tried to mess up Harvey and Harvey always lost it. Brilliant pair of guys.////////////// Janis Lafreniere I used to watch this every Saturday night when I was babysitting. It was so funny- there are no variety shows anymore, like the Sonny and Cher show, Carol Burnett. And it’s clean humor. /////////// heck B that's when people enjoyed life, not like today everyone just seems angry all the time and stressed ////////// Robert Jenkins I for 1 ABSOLUTELY loved watching the Carol Burnett show...you just can't find true comedy like these goofballs did...I wish with all my heart that comedy would go back to people who did real comedy like this instead of the filth and disgusting stuff that they call comedy now...I REALLY do miss this //////////// Robert Hancock I love these!! This was a real comedy at its most brilliant best!! So sad that Tim Conway is now suffering from Dementia.////////// Written by Tim Conway.I was born and then I did The Carol Burnett Show for eleven years. What else is there to know? I have six Emmy’s. Big deal. I am also in The Comedy Hall of Fame, it was a natural since I spent a lot of my time in grade school out in the hall. I went to Bowling Green State University for eleven years. A very slow learner (I proofread my bio). I was in the army (ours) for two years and was in McHale's Navy for three years. That is a total of five years of service. My ambition was to be a jockey, but at my weight, even the horses were asking me to get off. I have seven children, two grandchildren and a puppy. I have been married since 1984, a record for Hollywood. I do not have a serious thought in my head. Enjoy the show.

  • Annzlee Brightone
    Annzlee Brightone Month ago

    “Easy for you to say” after Harvey gets tongue tied, lol!

  • Lorraine Tucker Pitman

    OMG I loved them so much. Truly missed.

  • Saffron's World
    Saffron's World Month ago

    I don't get it.
    [Guards, take this man out and give it to him.]

  • Bill Holstein
    Bill Holstein Month ago +1

    They would do 2 tapings with 2 different audiences. The first time Tim would do it as rehearsed. The second Tim would do things Harvey hadn't seen. Explains why Harvey would always lose it.

  • Luther Lewis
    Luther Lewis Month ago +1

    Wish we had this kind of comedy today instead of the rancor and personal attacks.

  • Jill Davis
    Jill Davis Month ago

    Loved this show! Their not capable of comedy like this nowadays!

  • Amy L. Sacks
    Amy L. Sacks Month ago

    Writing fanfic now where Basil Fawlty takes a trip to the U.S. and it's his bad luck that he walks into this shop.

  • AM S
    AM S Month ago +1

    I love Conway and his old man skits

  • escow nagejac
    escow nagejac Month ago +1

    I am reminded of Mr. Bean. Simple but ingenious.

  • Patti Brooks
    Patti Brooks Month ago +1

    Tim Conway is another comedy Man I love that makes me spilt a gut laughing my head off and he makes me laugh i love humor and when Im down I watch more of Tim Conway he helps me forget my troubles

  • Achilles Avendano
    Achilles Avendano Month ago

    The funniest T.V. show there will never be another with all the cast of this great show.

  • Douglas Patterson
    Douglas Patterson Month ago +1

    I saw them in Pittsburgh together doing the dentist skip & never laughed so hard!!

  • Ella Mone
    Ella Mone Month ago +1

    Harvey has tears real tears in his eyes. Watching him laugh makes me laugh. Tim is really pulling his goat as the saying goes (somewhere) Don't even know what that really means hahahaha. This got me laughing at myself now :)

  • Andrew Wietecki
    Andrew Wietecki Month ago

    I remember Saturday nights in the 70s. Mash, All in the Family, Mary Tyler Moore show, Bob Newhart show, Carol Burnett show and Saturday Night Live. No one went out to party during that period. No need to. Amazing television.

  • gladys oprish
    gladys oprish Month ago

    Hotdog in a pocket

  • Olga Benavides
    Olga Benavides 2 months ago +1

    Love this show to 😍😍😍😍😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • Devlin Adams
    Devlin Adams 2 months ago

    Tim Conway GREAT COMEDIAN OF HIS TIME !!!!!!!!!!

  • K lee
    K lee 2 months ago +1

    I work with a guy that acts just like, Tim Conway in this skit, no lie.

  • Christopher Combs
    Christopher Combs 2 months ago +1

    I challenged myself to try not to laugh.....
    I failed

  • Chris Kalogeropouls
    Chris Kalogeropouls 2 months ago

    My daddy was laughing his head off when he saw this skit back in 1978. I still remember him laughing to this day. RIP daddy. We miss you.

  • Dean Rao
    Dean Rao 2 months ago +1

    I'd forgotten how hilarious Carol Burnett Show was!

  • sentry8535
    sentry8535 2 months ago

    Opening Scene of the new comedy show : Alexa' Can you tell me where the post office is ? Entertaining stuff ...

  • Yahiness Ness
    Yahiness Ness 2 months ago

    Is Beverly and carol sisters

  • Plastico Flamingo
    Plastico Flamingo 2 months ago

    One of the funniest sketches, ever. "hot dag", "lonely weenie", lmfao. Nothing today compares.

  • madonna mayville
    madonna mayville 2 months ago +1

    I REMEMBER WASHING RED WHEN I WAS YOUNGER.I, AM 79 NOW I STILL THINK HE WAS A GREAT COMEDIAN.SO FUNNY.HE CAN SURE TEACH SOME OF THESE YOUNGER COMEDIANS HOW TO LAUGH WITH OUT BEING FILTHY.

  • UncleEarl97
    UncleEarl97 2 months ago +2

    When Harvey said it was a Rush, I didn't expect another stamp and ink pad to come out, and to slowly stamp the order Rush... hilarious! Good clean fun without bathroom or gutter language. Also, I noticed that Tim was more intent than usual to make Harvey lose it, which happened several times in this sketch, loved it! Even from behind you could tell Harvey was losing it as his shoulders shook in laughter. Great stuff!

  • Michael Petty
    Michael Petty 3 months ago +2

    Omg. Those two guys were great. I love em.

  • Anime squad
    Anime squad 3 months ago

    Can you imagine if this was Squidward word and Patrick

  • C. Blake Rockhart
    C. Blake Rockhart 3 months ago +4

    There will never be another comedy show quite like, or for that matter, ANYTHING like this. Good clean fun. Today's " comic's " have to resort to dirty jokes and poor political humor. Conway and corman could make a blender funny. This is a prime example, they make a hot dog funny. If today's comic's tried this, you wouldn't want kids in the room. The C.B.show Will always be THE BEST comedy show to ever exist. Thanks for the memories.

  • John Becker
    John Becker 3 months ago +1

    Cheese Dog'n'fries for just .85? Even a small fry by itself costs more than that now. ::: This is so much better and a helluva lot funnier than modern day Saturday Night Live.

  • Rick Nally
    Rick Nally 3 months ago +4

    Priceless , never gets old . We don't have too much of that kind of humor anymore . Plane and simple . We need more of this . Laughter is good medicine , according to Proverbs . Sure miss the good old days . One thing they did was to keep their acts clean and decent . You don't have to be vulgar and obcene to be funny . Hat's off to the good old days .
    ps . The funniest show was when Tim was a dentist and Harvey was a patient in the chair . O my word , l crack up thinking about it . LOLLOL

  • DRShrubberyMD
    DRShrubberyMD 3 months ago

    Poor Tim is battling dementia now. I don't expect we'll hear about it when he goes. Those two were quite a duo. Tim is a legend

  • Sudip Chatterjee
    Sudip Chatterjee 3 months ago +4

    I'll die laughing!😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
    Excellent! Comedy is best when it is simple!

  • B D
    B D 3 months ago +1

    Perfect perfect in every way always a do this get together now if you went there me the hot dog and milkshake for himself and faster but still is a good kid I love the prices

  • Tony L. Reyes
    Tony L. Reyes 3 months ago +3

    Harvey can't never keep a straight face.

  • Timothy McDonald
    Timothy McDonald 3 months ago +1

    Do you see the preparatory look in Tim's lead in
    ?

  • janis lafreniere
    janis lafreniere 3 months ago +9

    I used to watch this every Saturday night, when I was babysitting. It was so funny- there are no variety shows anymore, like the Sonny and Cher show, Carol Burnett. And it’s clean humor.

  • Jim Foley
    Jim Foley 3 months ago +4

    Clever clean comedy sadly something it's missing today.

  • begotten59
    begotten59 3 months ago +2

    LOL😀

  • Valerie Makowski
    Valerie Makowski 3 months ago

    Bb f

  • DollarWize LLC
    DollarWize LLC 4 months ago +4

    I miss the days when you could enjoy shows like Carol Burnetts

  • DollarWize LLC
    DollarWize LLC 4 months ago +19

    The Carol Burnett show was comedy the whole family could watch.

  • DollarWize LLC
    DollarWize LLC 4 months ago +3

    It's sooo funny to watch them break character. Lord have mercy I do not know how they could ever get any work done trying to stay in character.

  • Patricia Sheridan
    Patricia Sheridan 4 months ago +2

    Love. Love. Love.

  • Shaq Deisel
    Shaq Deisel 4 months ago

    Not funny in any way. Pure garbage.

  • Andrea Richardson
    Andrea Richardson 4 months ago +8

    These are priceless. Just imagine how funny and simple at the same time. And no one need to use the “F-WORD” amazing. 🧚‍♀️💫

  • Robin Rosenthal
    Robin Rosenthal 4 months ago +9

    Seen this dozens of times and still laugh myself silly!

  • John Gammon
    John Gammon 4 months ago +4

    I know it was the whole cast of characters, but Tim Conway was the best comedian on T.V., no foul language, nothing sexist, good clean family entertainment...and look where we are now...

  • Robert Jenkins
    Robert Jenkins 4 months ago +3

    I for 1 ABSOLUTELY loved watching the Carol burnett show...you just can't find true comedy like these goofballs did...I wish with all my heart that comedy would go back to people who did real comedy like this instead of the filth and disgusting stuff that they call comedy now...I REALLY do miss this

  • Starnech
    Starnech 4 months ago +4

    "What's a Hot Dog without a bun?"
    "a lonely weiny"
    LOL

  • Bethie M
    Bethie M 4 months ago +3

    Who would thumbs down this?? It's pure gold!! 😄😄😆

  • Harry Gaul
    Harry Gaul 4 months ago +3

    What's a Hot Dog without a Bun...lonely wiener...So Funny!!

  • M1k3y Westley
    M1k3y Westley 5 months ago +2

    Cheese dog & fries - $.85! WOW!

  • FlowerPower
    FlowerPower 5 months ago +2

    DAMN! Got me dying laughing on the floor.

  • Driven2Beers
    Driven2Beers 5 months ago +2

    I'm Jonesin' for a hot dag and a milk shack right about now.
    (BTW 4:57 was totally ad-lib)

  • OrmstownDancer
    OrmstownDancer 5 months ago

    There two old geezers are so SLOWWWW! They should be shot!
    Oh wait- I got my baseball bat. This should do it.
    Oh- WAIT! Mebbe they're TRUMP voters! I better ask first!

  • Senior Smiles
    Senior Smiles 5 months ago

    SNL is so much better!!!

  • Angelia Gurner
    Angelia Gurner 5 months ago +2

    Tim always makes Harvey crack up.

  • Roy Davidson
    Roy Davidson 5 months ago

    G

  • vxenon67
    vxenon67 5 months ago

    Bonafide returning customer...NOT.

  • peter dunn
    peter dunn 5 months ago

    Gas station- too funny!

  • Anthony Cowan
    Anthony Cowan 5 months ago +2

    Tim Conway = Pure Comedy

  • Mike
    Mike 5 months ago +26

    What's a hot dog without a bun? A lonely weenie.

    • John Shade
      John Shade 2 months ago

      +UncleEarl97 who the are u?

    • UncleEarl97
      UncleEarl97 2 months ago

      I cracked up when Tim said, "a lonely weenie" in response to Harvey's rhetorical question, "what's a hot dog without a bun?" Hilarious stuff!

  • Penny Lewis Roberson
    Penny Lewis Roberson 5 months ago

    Thats when TV was worth watching the shit it shows isnt even worth having cable forespecially remaking movies and adding to them

  • stunninglad1
    stunninglad1 5 months ago

    Now that's what I call good service.

  • Ike Zook
    Ike Zook 5 months ago

    I just didn't get much laughter what a long way around to laugh

  • Ike Zook
    Ike Zook 5 months ago

    he needs a barbar shop not a post office

  • Bennie Smith
    Bennie Smith 5 months ago

    America will never be the same when these guys an girls are gone last of real comedians.

  • Chris Taylor
    Chris Taylor 6 months ago

    funny stuff, this was always such a great show, even funnier now then it was back then.

  • Maria Ribeiro
    Maria Ribeiro 6 months ago +4

    I am 58 yrs old and I never get tired of these two. Especially when Harvey can't hold his laughter

    • Rick Nally
      Rick Nally 3 months ago

      I'm 71 and l'm on your team . Lol

  • King Snowman
    King Snowman 6 months ago

    Some of these McDonald's must'v learned from this show. haha

  • Hadley Blair
    Hadley Blair 6 months ago

    Tim and Harvey are good but abbot and Costello are better

  • kent millhaus
    kent millhaus 6 months ago

    And I could laugh for 3 days just thinking about it.

  • kent millhaus
    kent millhaus 6 months ago

    This is true,few times I watch time and Harvey and so much I nearly had a heart attack
    .

  • Dave S.
    Dave S. 6 months ago

    Cheese dog and fries for 85 cents Now its hard to a decent lunch for less then seven bucks

  • Tee Simmons
    Tee Simmons 6 months ago +2

    PURE GENIUS..

  • Andrew Marshall
    Andrew Marshall 6 months ago

    😃

  • Kenny Knoch
    Kenny Knoch 6 months ago

    who would do a thumbs down ??? some of the shows ever made......

  • Robert Hancock
    Robert Hancock 6 months ago +2

    I love these!! This was real comedy at its most brilliant best!! So sad that Tim Conway is now suffering from Dementia😪

  • Frank Pierce
    Frank Pierce 6 months ago +3

    Sad to report that Tim Conway is in way worse shape than his old man character. He is 84 with dementia. His daughter reports that Tim is virtually unresponsive.

    • Annie Sanford
      Annie Sanford 2 months ago

      By

    • markiemark2010
      markiemark2010 2 months ago +1

      Thank you for the note. I had heard or seen something about this recently but did not know the details.