Shirley MacLaine & Carol Burnett read the funniest fan letters

Fans of The Carol Burnett Show were recently treated to a delightful blast from the past. A video clip featuring Shirley MacLaine’s appearance on the comedy show has been doing rounds all over the internet. The episode in question was Season 9, Episode 4, and it had viewers in stitches from start to finish.

The episode starts with a classic skit featuring Vicki Lawrence as Carol’s mother, Mrs. Harper, waiting for her daughter and son-in-law, played by Carol Burnett and Harvey Korman. The act was riddled with witty banter and hilarious one-liners, leaving the audience in fits of laughter.

Later in the episode, Shirley MacLaine joined Carol Burnett for a segment where they read out some of the funniest fan letters they had received. The two ladies had the audience in hysterics as they poked fun at themselves.

One letter even claimed that every time Carol sang on the show, their cat would come and put its paws over her mouth. The duo then sang a hilarious song about the fan letters they had received, leaving the audience in stitches.

One of the most memorable skits of the episode featured Tim Conway as the Queen’s guard. At the same time, Carol Burnett and Harvey Korman played the roles of the King and Queen. The skit had viewers in stitches as the trio engaged in witty banter and hilarious antics.

Another skit saw Shirley MacLaine and Carol Burnett playing the roles of two mothers whose eight-year-old daughter had lost a baseball game. The performance was filled with comic moments as MacLaine tries to manipulate the coach, played by Harvey Korman, & the other parent, played by Carol Burnett, into keeping her daughter in the team.

The episode ended on a high note with a beautiful song and dance number featuring Shirley MacLaine and Carol Burnett, accompanied by several male dancers. The segment left the audience feeling uplifted and delighted.

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Shirley MacLaine & Carol Burnett read the funniest fan letters