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>> thank you. that's very nice of you. you have such great taste. you see, i'm having the same problem as the new president. i'm gonna hit until i start to do something. you sounds great tonight and i'm thankful for that because last night, and i hate, i've mentioned this before, i hate to discuss audiences who were here the previous night. [ laughter ] >> yes, they are gone. >> they were rough, i don't want to use the term low lives, but, that's what they were. they drove in from arkansas and they were suffering from pick up lag. [ laughter ] i thought you were in las vegas? >> i am. right at this moment. right now, i'm in las vegas. >> that's right. you are commuting back and forth aren't you? >> right.
>> at the hilton international. >> you are going to be up there for how long? >> two weeks. that man could sing a song, who boy. >> he's a great singer. and doc does a great act also. so if happen to be in that area, drop in and see him. i thought you were going to be out all this week, tom? >> easy come, easy go. [ laughter ] >> easy come, easy go tom said. [ laughter ] luck-- luckily tommy has a side job for, like a lot of guys do, you know when they are not working in the band. for $10, tommy will sit in the back of your car and bob his head. [ laughter ] [ applause ] a lot of people i assume are on vacation from out of town tonight. good. [ applause ] see, people who come out here say, "well, it's not new york city. new york has all the culture,
and so forth." but, that's true, they do. but los angeles is kind of coming to it's own in the theatre, wouldn't you say? we have some big productions out here. for example, right now, at the shubert theatre, in century city, you can see evita with charo and xavier cugat. [ laughter ] and charo really stops the show by singing, "don't coochy coochy for me argentina." [ laughter ] it's a big show. how many of you flew into los angeles? [ applause ] did anyone take a cab into the city? all right. would you return it? that's our only one. [ laughter ] and one person had it. i just had a bulletin that came in from new center 4. i just tore off the teletype a moment ago. helen hayes is suing chevy chase because he said she goes to
was the nbc tour on today? we have a tour like the movie studios do, when you go, and they charge for it, it's not free. what is it about $2.25 now? >> yes. >> $2.50, it went up. >> $2.50? oh man. that's because they put in the extra highlight. you can go out today and watch tom snyder spread broken glass [ laughter ] [ applause ] you know i've been talking about a lot of television shows during ratings week, who try to hype up their shows with a little sex and so forth, and then i thought tonight, we have the playmate of the month on, do we not? jeana tomasino. >> yes. >> playboys playmate of the month. it is a variety of show,
they get ratings. i saw jessica savage last night showing us her underalls. [ laughter ] well as you know, the president, the president elect, is back in washington, and the transition is going pretty smoothly. only one problem i understand. rosalyn and nancy are arguing over who gets the cuisinart. [ laughter ] you're right. it wasn't a big argument. [ laughter ] that's another one of those puzzle jokes where they, you people make up your own joke. the whole team is back there, and reagan, so far, because he's not president yet, is getting along just great. he's making a lot of friends back there. and did you see yesterday, he came out against compulsory school, segregation? yes, he said-- [ applause ] in the oval office he had a little sign made for his desk that says, "the bus stops here."
since reagan is back there, the town has become very conservative. did you see he threw a big party last night? for a lot of people in washington. and apparently, one senator showed up and had a paper bag over his head, and reagan asked who that was, and he says, "that was the unknown liberal." [ laughter ] do you know we also have a president brother elect? on january 20th, we not only change presidents, we change president's brothers. [ laughter ] reagan's brother will be taking over for billy carter. [ laughter ] i'm going to miss billy carter, you know. he gave us something to talk about, and taking over for billy will be neil reagan. that is the president's brother and he is 71 years old. but what's funny about neil reagan?
he doesn't drink beer. he has indoor plumbing. [ laughter ] [ applause ] and he's two years older than ronny. two years. which is as old as lauren green's dog. [ laughter ] you know, for the sake of the monologue, i hope president reagan appoints a 13 year old kid with a foreign policy. [ laughter ] some jokes. remember how-- >> yes, another puzzle joke. >> what? >> another one of those puzzles. >> that's right, it was a puzzle joke. [ laughter ] we have an exciting show tonight. we really do. [ laughter ] why don't you think we don't have a good show tonight? [ laughter ] later on, you didn't mention this, but julia child's, the famous chef, will be out here and show us
[ music ] [ applause ] all right, we have tonight. >> this crowd is ready for a party. >> aren't they though? >> they are ready to go. >> it's not a full moon either. how is your back? you might as well tell them because you're sitting a little straight. >> i know. i thought last time i should have said something because i when i stood up. >> he threw his back out. >> if anybody knows what that is, you know how painful it is. >> how do you do that? >> very simply. you reach over for a pencil and your back goes.
nothing. >> and the spine just? >> it's a spasm of the muscle. it's extremely painful. you've got your broken ribs, crushed ribs. >> well i had them a month ago. they are still sore. >> i think they ought to come in and get two wheelchairs and take us right down to the old home. >> i think so. >> can we have a cottage together? >> tomorrow we can sit in the sun between 2:00 and 3:00. [ laughter ] >> do we each have a nurse or do we have to share? >> you are sitting very erect. >> i have a brace on. i'm in like a little corset. >> it apparently helps though. anyway, remember last week, tony randall was on the show and he was discussing some various words. it was an article, common things you see every day but most people do not know the name. for example, i think one of them was the little plastic tip that goes on the end of your shoelace. people see that every day. >> right. >> but they don't know the name. do you remember what that's called? that's right, it's an aglet. >> aglet. >> it's an aglet. there were several others, like the bottom of a wine bottle that's indented was called a. >> bottom of a wine bottle.
[ laughter ] >> i know the bottom of a wine bottle. >> the indentation is called a kick. >> there's some reason for that. >> this is called a philtrum. we got into a big thing about the discussion of this and i heard from surgeons all over the country. i said it was this part here. but if you hold your hand like this, and spread your fingers, there's a little depression in here. that little web in there. do you feel that? if you do that. that is called the anatomical snuffbox. [ laughter ] and put a little, and nowadays they probably put something else in there. [ laughter ] >> that's where you put the salt for the tequila, right? >> we found some other words. things you have seen but i bet you don't know the word. you ever go to a hockey game? you see the big machine that comes out and cleans the ice? >> yes. >> there's a name for that. >> zamboni. >> how did you know that? >> hockey fans. >> that's a zamboni, you're absolutely right. >> probably named for the man who invented it. >> i don't know, but that's what it's called, zamboni.
>> these, those two. do you know what those are called? not your nostrils. the nares. >> the nares. >> that's right. the fold of skin hanging down the throat of an elderly person. [ laughter ] there's a name for that. it's called a dewlap. >> a dewlap. that's a good name for it. >> in a stained glass window, pa is called what? no, tracery. >> the tracery. >> i didn't know that. on a wristwatch, the casing around a crystal is called the? >> somebody has it. >> vessel, somebody had it. you a jeweler? >> yes. >> that's right. that's what it is. he's a good one because he knew that. like my vessel fixed. i didn't know that. now here's one. the footprint or plaster cast they make as evidence
there's a name for that. >> moulage. >> you are exactly right, moulage. are you a criminal or an investigator? [ laughter ] how did you know that? >> see how intelligent our audience is? >> it's called a moulage, moulage. how did the lady know that? >> i watch andy griffith. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> well, you never know in education. she watches the andy griffith show. >> and they say television is low level. that's wonderful. >> they probably should take a moulage of that. >> that's right. [ laughter ] >> that's hysterical. the distance between the top and bottom of a printed letter? is called? >> the body? >> no, it's called the x-hite. a lot of these are terms that would be used by professionals
>> i didn't know one of those and-- >> i'm still not done yet. >> oh, i know. >> i'll let you know. >> i didn't know one of those on the first three pages. >> let's see if you know any of these. here's one that everybody will know. a seat with the canopy that you ride on top of an elephant? [ laughter ] >> everybody will know that. >> have you heard that? it's the howdah. h-o-w-d-a-h. all right. here's one i'll bet you don't know. the baha [ overlapping chatter ] somebody said it. it's called a plinth. p-l-i-n-t-h. who would know these? the cushion for an extra rider behind a motorcycle driver? do you know what that's called? >> no. >> a pillion. >> pillion. >> is somebody making these up or is that for real? [ laughter ]
a plug of wood at the month of certain wind instruments is called a? not a reed. >> a fipple. >> who said that? >> ernie. >> you're right, it's a fipple. >> a fipple. >> plug of wood at the mouth certain. what instruments would that be? >> recorders. >> recorders. it's called a fipple. >> the fipple. >> these little things we want to pass along and for the other things you just watch the andy griffith show. [ laughter ] >> that's really-- page four about did it, didn't it? when you've got the fipple boy, you've said it all. i would say every strange word, every unknown word of the world i've just heard. certainly, every single word in the world that i didn't know were on those four pages. >> you are wrong, and i don't have one tonight. [ laugher ] >> you're out of sync. >> i'm completely out of sync. >> you can call me a fipple breathe. >> see, there's certain things that probably don't have names, but should have names that sound
>> that would make sense. for example, we can up with some that we think would be good. a sumo wrestler's costume? it's called a show bun. [ laughter ] does that make sense? >> that's perfect. >> in other words, it sounds like what it should be. an abscam it? an abscam it's the little pocket inside a congressman's suit where he keeps his bribe. [ laughter ] a little abscam it. uses to examine you is called a who mitten. [ laughter ] now here's one they probably don't have a name for. the stuff that collects on the inside of a highway patrolman's drunk driving balloon? [ laughter ] is called brew dew. [ laughter ] brew dew.
involves more than just food. [ laughter ] the very expensive dinner the bachelor buys to impress his date is called score chow. >> score chow. [ laughter ] >> now you've been at the amusement park? >> right. >> the name for the amusement park employee whose job it is to fit fat women into roller coaster cars is called a tush jammer. [ laughter ] this is a weird one. polycrud. >> what is that? >> i don't even want to talk about that. [ laughter ] >> you mentioned it. >> it's the stuff you get under your fingernails when you pet a dead parrot. [ laughter ] >> you were right. >> the yellow traffic light between the green light and the red light is called a floor-it.
lame ducklings. [ laughter ] people don't know that. now where's the other one i had here? now this is technically true. check this one. the very brief interval between stubbing your toe and feeling the pain is called an osh. [ laughter ] [ applause ] okay, we'll be back with ricky schroder right after this.
in little lord fauntleroy which airs on november 25th on, as they say, another network, and since there are only two others, it's really not too difficult to narrow them down. would you all welcome ricky schroder? [ music ] [ applause ] good to see you. it's been a while. >> yes, it has. >> did you hav >> it was fun. >> were you working? >> yes. >> didn't you get a vacation at all? >> oh i got some vacation. >> so where did you go? >> acting is my vacation. >> acting is your vacation, huh? >> we went to england. >> you went to england. >> and then we went to mexico. we filmed in england. >> right. >> we have a little foot stool here. would you like that? >> watch this ricky. >> what's that? >> just press this, here. >> watch this, watch this. press that button. >> oh, thanks. >> how's that, okay? >> that's good.
that lifts him up. [ laughter ] what did you do in mexico? did you dive off the cliffs? did you see those guys who get up and dive off? >> oh, yes. we went fishing and i caught a 20 pound yellowtail. it was like that. >> that's a very big fish. >> yes, it almost pulled me in. >> how long did it take you to get him in the boat? >> about an hour. >> about an hour. you're looking good. >> thank you. i bet you're jealous. i'm wearing nice comfortable clothes and you have to wear that suit. >> i know. [ laughter ] when you have to do a show like this. >> yes. >> do you think it would be better if i wore something like that and be a little casual? >> yes. >> you do, huh? all right tomorrow i'll whip out some nice sweats or something. >> okay. >> maybe some cords and some hush puppies like that. [ laughter ] do you like being interviewed at all? what kind of questions bother you? what people want to find out about you? >> some people, like they say, "how much money do you have?" >> yes that bothers me too. >> and that bothers me. [ laughter ] >> it's really nobody's business, is it? >> yes that's right. >> yes we are overpaid anyway.
>> yes. >> i don't mind if they ask me, "who's your girlfriend." >> you don't? >> no. >> do you have a girlfriend? >> yes. >> do you have a girlfriend? [ laughter ] >> i'm married. >> you are? >> yes. >> oh, i have two girlfriends. >> oh, you better not mention there names. >> i won't. >> two at the same time? >> you know what happened one time? last year, at my other school, we just moved to connecticut and i wrote this poem and i had two girlfriends. and it goes, "roses are red, violets are blue." and just before i was leaving, " when i have to leave you, i'll be blue." so i gave it to both of them and they go, "oh, look at the poem ricky gave me." and the other one goes, "oh, isn't that funny. look at the one he gave me too." [ laughter ] >> and they were both given the same one? >> yes. >> see you must learn, never put anything in writing.
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call now. [ music ] >> thank you doc. we are talking to ricky schroder. we have sean morey and jeana tomasino. you just asked me if we have the playboy bunny on tonight. >> yes. >> she's the playmate of the month. you ever read that magazine? >> no. >> still into comics? >> you were telling me that you not only went fishing, you went to england. is that when you made little lord fauntleroy? >> yes. >> and you worked with. >> alec guinness. >> alec guinness. >> yes, he was a real nice man. we had lot of fun. >> he's one of the most distinguished actors in the world. >> yes. >> were you a little worried about working with him at all? >> first i was scared, you know, because i was afraid, maybe he's going to be an old grouch and everything. but you know, he was a real nice man. he was, you know he told me jokes and everything. >> did he? >> he was a real funny man.
>> yes. >> okay. >> i've got it written down here. here we go. okay. all right, here. do you want to hear a japanese saying? >> a japanese saying? >> yes. >> sure. >> okay, it goes. i've only got one, it goes, "a girl who eats two sweets takes up two seats." [ laughter ] >> that's very good. you scared me for just a moment. [ laughter ] >> why? [ laughter ] >> and then here, this one's kind of stupid. how can you tell if there has been an elephant in your refrigerator? >> how can you tell if there's been an elephant in your refrigerator? >> yes. if you see his footprints in the cottage cheese. [ laughter ] >> that's not bad. that's pretty good. >> i saw your pictures. we just went to see and i saw your picture there. >> yes that was taken some time ago. >> i saw it on the wall but i almost didn't recognize you
[ laughter ] [ applause ] >> and if you're lucky someday yours will be too. [ laughter ] >> i go, "hey mom, who's that?" and she goes, "that's johnny, don't you recognize him?" >> that was almost 15 years ago. >> it was. >> see, and as you get older, sometimes the hair changes color. >> did you start there? did you ever do comedy there? >> i worked there once, yes. >> oh. >> yes and i had my kids up there at that time i think, or something like that. >> we just went hunting, me and my dad. >> hunting for what? >> pheasants. pheasant hunting. >> oh yes? >> yes we've got it in our refrigerator we are going to stuff. >> did you ever eat a pheasant? >> oh yes, we have ten in our refrigerator. >> they're real good. >> they are. >> they're real good. >> we had pheasant soup. >> pheasant soup? >> yes. >> that's good too. you mentioned how when you met alec guinness you thought he was an old man. what's your idea of somebody who's old? >> well. >> how old do they have to be to be considered old? >> well, it's only like how old you think you are. >> that's right.
he doesn't act old and everything. and he's out there when it's raining. >> right. >> and he's just walking around with his umbrella. he's a real nice guy. >> well what would be old? how many years? >> well, i'd say, 67. >> yes, that's old. >> that's old. [ laughter ] >> that is really old. right fred? that's old isn't it? >> that's old fred. [ laughter ] it all depends on how old you are, but you're right. >> that's right. >> it depends how you feel. how old are you now? >> i'm 10. >> you're 10 now. >> and i'm going to be 11 april 13th. >> you never took acting lessons, did you? >> oh no, i just, some people always go like, if you take acting lessons. you know acting i feel isn't something you can learn. you know it's just something that you are probably just born with. it would be hard to learn, but some people learn it. >> yes, i think you are just a natural. >> thanks.
and you're very good. >> well thank you. >> did you have to wear little lord fauntleroy clothes? >> oh yes, i had to wear all of these itchy things. >> they use to wear things in those days. >> i had stockings up to there. >> right. >> i had knickers. >> right. >> and i had the ruffle shirt and everything. there was lace and everything. >> how would you like to wear those things everyday? >> not really. >> wouldn't be fun. jeans are better, aren't they? >> yes they are. >> somebody said you carry a rabbit's foot with you. >> oh yes i do, i always carry it. >> are you superstitious? >> yes, i think so. i won't pick up a penny >> you won't pick up a penny if it's on tails? >> no. >> that's bad luck, huh? >> yes. >> what else won't you do? if you're walking down the street and you saw a ladder? >> if i can avoid it i won't walk past a black cat. >> that's right. >> and i won't walk under a ladder. i won't try and break a mirror. >> right. >> because that's seven years bad luck. >> that's what they say. >> yes. >> so what's your next picture now? you got plans? are you looking ahead? >> we haven't anything
loose right now. [ laughter ] we had, in the little lord fauntleroy there was this tremendous dog named dougal. >> what kind of dog was he? >> and he was the second biggest great dane in all of england. on his hind legs, he was 7'3". >> wow. they are huge. >> i could actually sit on his back. he weighed 210 pounds. >> yes, they are nice dogs aren't they? >> i could sit on his back and he would walk around like a pony. >> they are gentle too aren't they. >> he was, yes. you know, i wowr and he would knock me down. he's so strong. >> yes. do you ever look ahead ricky and say, what you'd like to be doing 10 years from now? you ever think of that? or are you too busy just enjoying doing what you are doing now? >> i do sometimes you know, like i would always like to, if i ever could you know. i like acting and i like baseball so maybe i could be both. and i'd always like to play baseball for the yankees. >> would you? >> yes. >> well why not? >> like a 1st baseman.
>> well you might as well shoot for that too. what do you do with your money now? when you get a little extra money in your allowance. what do you like to go out and spend it on? >> well, i usually save most of it. but i either go out and buy coins, i have a coin collection. >> do you? >> trains, or anything really. you know, candy. buy a necklace for my girlfriend. >> which girlfriend? >> no, that's good. you're a nice young man. it's nice to have you here. >> thank you. >> are you going to stay? do you have to leave, or are you staying? >> yes, i have to leave. >> you are going to miss miss tomasino. >> i can't wait until i get older so i can stay here longer. [ laughter ] >> okay, thank you ricky. [ applause ] [ music ] you know what he just said