William Conrad as

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Show 27

2x16
January 28, 1977

1. Sonny and Cher open the show with ""Steppin' Out"" and banter with Sonny trying to convince Cher of how much she needs him.

2. Reporter Barbara Nauseous (Cher) presents a sketch showing how today's women are finding employment in areas that were previously closed to them -- including crime. A female cat burglar (Ruth) and her air-headed accomplice (Cher) break into the home of a sleeping couple (Sonny and Barbi) and are surprised by a male prowler (William) doing the same thing.

3. Engelbert sings ""After the Lovin'""

4. ""The Heartbreak Of Psoriasis"" -- In another episode of the ancient Egyptian soap opera, Queen Psoriasis (Cher) is carrying on with the slave driver Gastronitis (William) while her husband, the Pharaoh Neuritis (Sonny), is getting to know Dermatitis, the newest concubine (Barbi). (Ruth appears as Madame Bursitis, the keeper of the concubines, and Engelbert plays the magician.)

5. Cher sings ""Didn't We?""

6. ""The Battle Of the Sexes"" -- Cher's meddling parents (William and

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