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- Pre-credits--Freda Payne shmoozes with Darin as "Groucho," Darin song: "This Could Be the Start of Something Big." [At this point in the 2014 MPI DVD, it is clipped out by 10-15 minutes. The missing footage likely contains Darin answering fan mail; introducing Charles Nelson Reilly for some black-out sketch; and Charlene Wong, for a shmooze/song bit.]
Freda Payne song: "The Blues in the Night."
Geoff Edwards interviews "The Godmother" (Darin) on child rearing. Station Break Bumper: "Godmother" holds bomb, says, "Stay tuned, or I'll fix the transmission in your car," brandishing a bomb. Darin as a film critic in mod clothes, introduces a German "film" about the Red Baron (Charles Nelson Reilly), who is having an affair with a married woman (played by blond Julie McWhirter); Geoff Edwards plays the irate German officer husband. A chimpanzee appears.
Duet: Freda and Darin sing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." Geoff Edwards plays the Lone Ranger, Charles Nelson Reilly plays Tonto in sketch.
The Neighborhood --Carmine (Richard "Dick" Bakalyan) learns Spanish for his new job --in Arabia! Darin solo: "The Dreidel Song." (by Don MacClean). Conclusion: "Mack the Knife."