Jean Stapleton as

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Show 9

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April 13, 1975
  1. Cher opens the show with ""If You Wanna Get To Heaven"" and a monologue about her plans for a Hawaiian vacation with daughter Chastity.

  2. ""Life With Laverne"" -- Laverne (Cher) is visited by her pushy mother-in-law (Jean).

  3. Kris and Rita perform ""Late Again Gettin' Over You""

  4. ""Girls"" -- Cher and Jean introduce a series of sketches about how woman are superior to men. In comedy blackouts, Cher plays poker with Kris, using household items for stakes; and Cher and Jean appear as two women drivers who crash into each other and don't know how to go about reporting the accident.

  5. ""Saturday Night"" -- Cher tells about her reunion with an old high school crush.

  6. Cher sings ""Many Rivers To Cross""

  7. Jean portrays a tipsy TV chef trying to explain how to prepare a turkey.

  8. Kris and Rita join Cher for a medley of classic country hits, including: ""Oh, Lonesome Me"", ""Help Me Make It Through the Night"" and ""Okie From Muskogee.""

  9. Cher performs a medley of Jamaican reggae songs, including:

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