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2021-07-11 5:13:37 PM  
Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.
 
2021-07-11 5:25:44 PM  
But did they come back next week and apologize for how bad the show was, like Jackie Gleason did for "You're in the Picture"?
 
2021-07-11 5:27:53 PM  
Draft Dodger Rag - Smothers Brothers and George Segal
Youtube 08DnYRJhHks
 
2021-07-11 5:44:26 PM  
"Australia's Naughties Home Videos" was another show pulled off the air during its first episode

The story goes that the network owner (Kerry Packer) would watch the shows that his network aired. After about watching this one for a few minutes, he calls the night operator and demands "GET THIS SH*T OFF THE AIR!". Within seconds it was pulled, it was announced that there were "technical difficulties" and the rest of the timeslo was filled with Cheers reruns

The full episode that was supposed to air has found its way to Youtube though: https://www.youtube.com/watch​?v=6c-hdq​zuK2Y . NSFW, in case you didn't infer that already
 
2021-07-11 5:45:53 PM  
Holy shiat, Herman's Head lasted 3 seasons?
 
2021-07-11 6:00:30 PM  

Jake Havechek: Herman's Head


Herman's Head did it before Inside Out.
 
2021-07-11 7:35:34 PM  
Yeah, it sucks when that happens.

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2021-07-11 8:02:27 PM  
"Just Two People" was on CBS during the 90s.
 
2021-07-11 9:27:18 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.


I remember that evening, too.
I was thinking grown ups probably were less in charge of the things they thought they were and that a lot of people were smoking banana peels.
I was 13
 
2021-07-11 10:21:23 PM  
You could still send an angry telegram in 1969.  That's what I learned.
 
2021-07-11 10:22:57 PM  
The sketches contain many jokes that could still shock audiences.

What?!  There are jokes that could shock audiences in 2021?  That IS amazing!
 
2021-07-11 10:25:10 PM  
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2021-07-11 10:26:34 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: You could still send an angry telegram in 1969.  That's what I learned.


By 1968, telegrams weren't using paper. Someone called the recipient and read them the text. (I sent a friend a comic telegram then and unsurprisingly, it bombed.)
 
2021-07-11 10:39:41 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.


So was I. And I probably watched it in Pittsburgh too. I do not remember them switching to a different show. I do remember the news that it was cancelled by the next week. Probably an article in TV Guide. I don't remember it being that bad but I don't remember the show. I do remember only one scene. Tim's face came out through the screen with the word sex on it. It was the ending of some skit.
 
2021-07-11 10:42:53 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.


What a crock...

You really need attention so bad, you're trying to say you lived within 15 miles of Pittsburgh (because WTAE was so low wattage, you had to be able to see the tower to view it), in 1969 you are 14 and were disturbed by a comedy show??

You're trying too hard for acceptance.

Maybe put it in the closet with your "I'm not racist!" T-shirt.
 
2021-07-11 11:01:38 PM  
They cut to a black screen and played live organ music? That's hilarious. In my mind, they're calling up the organist from Three Rivers Stadium and he asks, "You need me to do what?"
 
2021-07-11 11:30:13 PM  
I watched the show. All of it. The local affiliate (WNHC (now WTNH) in New Haven CT) showed it all.

I remember it wasn't all that funny. I was too young to get the innuendo and can't really recall much of it.
 
2021-07-11 11:37:39 PM  

Ragin' Asian: They cut to a black screen and played live organ music? That's hilarious. In my mind, they're calling up the organist from Three Rivers Stadium and he asks, "You need me to do what?"


Yes, we need to replace our innuendo heavy show with some organ playing.
 
2021-07-11 11:39:35 PM  

kbronsito: Ragin' Asian: They cut to a black screen and played live organ music? That's hilarious. In my mind, they're calling up the organist from Three Rivers Stadium and he asks, "You need me to do what?"

Yes, we need to replace our innuendo heavy show with some organ playing.


It ain't Bach, but ok.

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2021-07-11 11:57:02 PM  

vudukungfu: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I remember that evening, too.
I was thinking grown ups probably were less in charge of the things they thought they were and that a lot of people were smoking banana peels.
I was 13


I saw it too. The only bit I remember was two of the cast spritzing aerosols at the camera and saying "Let us spray." I couldn't believe adults wrote that, got other adults to act it out and film it, and convinced other adults to pay for advertising on it.
 
2021-07-12 12:16:18 AM  
There is a sight gag where a camera pans across bleachers, only to reveal the audience is wearing KKK uniforms. One sketch is an infomercial for a foot fetishes' fan club. There was one sketch with blackface and another sketch that could be considered anti-Semitic.

Something for everyone!
 
2021-07-12 12:35:09 AM  
Sounds like they were just late to the party. NBC had Laugh-In, CBS had the Smothers Brothers, and both of those shows had better writers. It's wild that Tom Smothers was able to get Rob Reiner and Steve Martin on staff for $250 a week.
 
2021-07-12 12:36:10 AM  

Ragin' Asian: They cut to a black screen and played live organ music? That's hilarious. In my mind, they're calling up the organist from Three Rivers Stadium and he asks, "You need me to do what?"


I keep picturing this
Monty Python and the Holy Grail - ending song
Youtube 7WHSYhBmX_I
 
2021-07-12 12:44:42 AM  

loral: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.

What a crock...

You really need attention so bad, you're trying to say you lived within 15 miles of Pittsburgh (because WTAE was so low wattage, you had to be able to see the tower to view it), in 1969 you are 14 and were disturbed by a comedy show??

You're trying too hard for acceptance.

Maybe put it in the closet with your "I'm not racist!" T-shirt.


Look, jackass, you are wrong on every count.  I lived in NW Somerset County, a lot more than 15 miles from da Burgh.  And we could indeed get WTAE from up on top of our ridge.  Also KDKA, WJAC, and WTAJ.

I don't need attention, I'm just reminiscing about a somewhat rare experience that I happened to participate in.  You may have seen some of my posts from time to time.  I like to look ahead at the future, as well as back at the past.

And what makes you think I was *disturbed* by Turn On?  I liked Laugh-In, and in my opinion, Turn On just plain sucked.  It wasn't 'disturbing' - it was pathetic.

How the fark shallow is *your* life that you got nothing better than to pop up out of your hole disparaging other folks?  Maybe you want to tell Edward Tellerhands and vudukungfu how disturbed they were?  They thought Turn On sucked, too.
 
2021-07-12 12:53:24 AM  
I wish there was an intact episode to watch online, it sounds up there with "The Day the Clown Cried" for infamy.

I watch Laugh-In reruns on Prime and yes it's dated. It's also hilarious for the first 3-4 seasons (Do yourself a favor and ignore it in the last season -- everyone else was, even the actors). Ruth Buzzi and Arte Johnson's routine still cracks me up, no matter how many times he gets beaten by her purse.
 
2021-07-12 12:57:07 AM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: loral: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.

What a crock...

You really need attention so bad, you're trying to say you lived within 15 miles of Pittsburgh (because WTAE was so low wattage, you had to be able to see the tower to view it), in 1969 you are 14 and were disturbed by a comedy show??

You're trying too hard for acceptance.

Maybe put it in the closet with your "I'm not racist!" T-shirt.

Look, jackass, you are wrong on every count.  I lived in NW Somerset County, a lot more than 15 miles from da Burgh.  And we could indeed get WTAE from up on top of our ridge.  Also KDKA, WJAC, and WTAJ.

I don't need attention, I'm just reminiscing about a somewhat rare experience that I happened to participate in.  You may have seen some of my posts from time to time.  I like to look ahead at the future, as well as back at the past.

And what makes you think I was *disturbed* by Turn On?  I liked Laugh-In, and in my opinion, Turn On just plain sucked.  It wasn't 'disturbing' - it was pathetic.

How the fark shallow is *your* life that you got nothing better than to pop up out of your hole disparaging other folks?  Maybe you want to tell Edward Tellerhands and vudukungfu how disturbed they were?  They thought Turn On sucked, too.


Wasn't it WIIC (now WPXI) was the TV laughingstock of Pittsburgh at the time?
 
2021-07-12 1:24:30 AM  

csi_yellowknife: I wish there was an intact episode to watch online, it sounds up there with "The Day the Clown Cried" for infamy.


Supposedly there's at least one episode at the Paley Center for Unfortunate Media in NYC. Details here.
 
2021-07-12 1:39:29 AM  

kbronsito: Ragin' Asian: They cut to a black screen and played live organ music? That's hilarious. In my mind, they're calling up the organist from Three Rivers Stadium and he asks, "You need me to do what?"

Yes, we need to replace our innuendo heavy show with some organ playing.


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It could've showed a nice boat.
/Dunno if organ music suits the scene.
 
2021-07-12 1:49:45 AM  

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2021-07-12 2:06:19 AM  

DesertCoyote: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: loral: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.

What a crock...

You really need attention so bad, you're trying to say you lived within 15 miles of Pittsburgh (because WTAE was so low wattage, you had to be able to see the tower to view it), in 1969 you are 14 and were disturbed by a comedy show??

You're trying too hard for acceptance.

Maybe put it in the closet with your "I'm not racist!" T-shirt.

Look, jackass, you are wrong on every count.  I lived in NW Somerset County, a lot more than 15 miles from da Burgh.  And we could indeed get WTAE from up on top of our ridge.  Also KDKA, WJAC, and WTAJ.

I don't need attention, I'm just reminiscing about a somewhat rare experience that I happened to participate in.  You may have seen some of my posts from time to time.  I like to look ahead at the future, as well as back at the past.

And what makes you think I was *disturbed* by Turn On?  I liked Laugh-In, and in my opinion, Turn On just plain sucked.  It wasn't 'disturbing' - it was pathetic.

How the fark shallow is *your* life that you got nothing better than to pop up out of your hole disparaging other folks?  Maybe you want to tell Edward Tellerhands and vudukungfu how disturbed they were?  They thought Turn On sucked, too.

Wasn't it WIIC (now WPXI) was the TV laughingstock of Pittsburgh at the time?


The WPXI call letters seem sorta familiar.  Not sure who they were an affiliate of.  That was a station that, if we got it, we only got it occasionally, and with a really crappy signal.

WTAE, on the other hand, was a reliable, strong signal for us.  As a kid, I was often glued to their late afternoon kid's show - "Paul Shannon's Adventure Time".

That show made me a devoted fan of the Three Stooges, and then there was Shannon's alter ego, "Nosmo King".

Ah, good times.  Good in large part because I was young.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adven​t​ure_Time_(1959_TV_series)
 
2021-07-12 2:41:54 AM  

Naido: There is a sight gag where a camera pans across bleachers, only to reveal the audience is wearing KKK uniforms. One sketch is an infomercial for a foot fetishes' fan club. There was one sketch with blackface and another sketch that could be considered anti-Semitic.

Something for everyone!


shiat, right now this stuff would be on Adult Swim.
 
2021-07-12 2:51:41 AM  

padraig: Naido: There is a sight gag where a camera pans across bleachers, only to reveal the audience is wearing KKK uniforms. One sketch is an infomercial for a foot fetishes' fan club. There was one sketch with blackface and another sketch that could be considered anti-Semitic.

Something for everyone!

shiat, right now this stuff would be on Adult Swim.


It's got Family Guy written all over it.
 
2021-07-12 4:09:14 AM  

loral: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.

What a crock...

You really need attention so bad, you're trying to say you lived within 15 miles of Pittsburgh (because WTAE was so low wattage, you had to be able to see the tower to view it), in 1969 you are 14 and were disturbed by a comedy show??

You're trying too hard for acceptance.

Maybe put it in the closet with your "I'm not racist!" T-shirt.


Wow. When you Turn On the assh*le, you really TURN ON the assh*le to 11.
 
2021-07-12 4:34:19 AM  

csi_yellowknife: I wish there was an intact episode to watch online, it sounds up there with "The Day the Clown Cried" for infamy.

I watch Laugh-In reruns on Prime and yes it's dated. It's also hilarious for the first 3-4 seasons (Do yourself a favor and ignore it in the last season -- everyone else was, even the actors). Ruth Buzzi and Arte Johnson's routine still cracks me up, no matter how many times he gets beaten by her purse.


I've seen it and found it to be very dated. Their best joke was correctly predicting in 1968 that Ronald Reagan would be President in 1988.
 
2021-07-12 4:45:02 AM  

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I love the Smothers Brothers
 
2021-07-12 5:06:24 AM  
"Today, getting on broadcast television is one of the more difficult feats in Hollywood, especially with networks still going through the pilot stage"

Yet Kevin James manages to keep getting his fat ass greenlit every five years.
 
2021-07-12 5:21:13 AM  
....We watched it - or at least started to - on WEWS in Cleveland, and IIRC we didn't even get to the first break.  We liked Laugh-In, but that was horrible.
 
2021-07-12 9:07:13 AM  

MissedThePoint: kbronsito: Ragin' Asian: They cut to a black screen and played live organ music? That's hilarious. In my mind, they're calling up the organist from Three Rivers Stadium and he asks, "You need me to do what?"

Yes, we need to replace our innuendo heavy show with some organ playing.

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It could've showed a nice boat.
/Dunno if organ music suits the scene.


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Needs a nice tug
 
2021-07-12 9:28:53 AM  

loral: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.

What a crock...

You really need attention so bad, you're trying to say you lived within 15 miles of Pittsburgh (because WTAE was so low wattage, you had to be able to see the tower to view it), in 1969 you are 14 and were disturbed by a comedy show??

You're trying too hard for acceptance.

Maybe put it in the closet with your "I'm not racist!" T-shirt.


Fark user imageView Full Size
 
2021-07-12 9:40:41 AM  
It's uncanny how many viewers there are here. We should start an Adult Survivors of Turn-On support group.
 
2021-07-12 10:47:45 AM  
I remember liking what I saw of it. I don't remember any of what I saw of it, but I do remember liking it.

Oh, and one name: E. Eddy Edwards.
 
2021-07-12 11:27:03 AM  

stoli n coke: Sounds like they were just late to the party. NBC had Laugh-In, CBS had the Smothers Brothers, and both of those shows had better writers. It's wild that Tom Smothers was able to get Rob Reiner and Steve Martin on staff for $250 a week.


$250 in the late 60s is like 2K today.
A young comedy writer pulling ~100k doesn't seem too far off.
 
2021-07-12 11:42:14 AM  

EdwardTellerhands: It's uncanny how many viewers there are here. We should start an Adult Survivors of Turn-On support group.


Maybe not *that* uncanny.

Farkers as a group seem to be the sort of people who enjoyed Laugh-In.  Since the advertising for Turn On implied that it was the same sort of entertainment, Farkers who were around at the time would have tended to gravitate to it.

And Farkers, having a Fark sense of humor and snark, quickly recognized it as utter tripe and a bad case of bait and switch.

It was an experiment.  It was an utter failure.  Selah.
 
2021-07-12 11:48:50 AM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.


I only had this comparable experience once with a TV show.  It was SNL in Tulsa, OK.  We were watching a skit where Horatio Sanz was portraying Elton John making fun of the death of Dianna or something to do with Candle in the Wind.   It cut out right at the beginning of the song and went to commercial.  When it came back on we were watching an old episode of TOS.

I never saw how that sketch ended.
 
2021-07-12 11:56:07 AM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: EdwardTellerhands: It's uncanny how many viewers there are here. We should start an Adult Survivors of Turn-On support group.

Maybe not *that* uncanny.

Farkers as a group seem to be the sort of people who enjoyed Laugh-In.  Since the advertising for Turn On implied that it was the same sort of entertainment, Farkers who were around at the time would have tended to gravitate to it.

And Farkers, having a Fark sense of humor and snark, quickly recognized it as utter tripe and a bad case of bait and switch.

It was an experiment.  It was an utter failure.  Selah.


That's all true, but I meant that we're all Meals On Wheels candidates.
 
2021-07-12 12:38:51 PM  

thanksagainandagain: kbronsito: Ragin' Asian: They cut to a black screen and played live organ music? That's hilarious. In my mind, they're calling up the organist from Three Rivers Stadium and he asks, "You need me to do what?"

Yes, we need to replace our innuendo heavy show with some organ playing.

It ain't Bach, but ok.

[Fark user image 425x239]


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2021-07-12 12:50:56 PM  

loral: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Ah, yes, "Turn On".

I was there.  I watched the first and only episode, and can personally attest to this report.

The station I was watching (ABC show, so probably WTAE in Pittsburgh) went to commercial halfway through and after the commercial break, came back to a rerun of some sitcom or other.

I was a big fan of Laugh-In, and in February 1969, I would have been 14.  My only reaction to Turn On being axed was relief - it was clearly a mercy killing.

What a crock...

You really need attention so bad, you're trying to say you lived within 15 miles of Pittsburgh (because WTAE was so low wattage, you had to be able to see the tower to view it), in 1969 you are 14 and were disturbed by a comedy show??

You're trying too hard for acceptance.

Maybe put it in the closet with your "I'm not racist!" T-shirt.


Who the fark pissed in your cherrios today?

Just delete this account, make a new one and start over....
 
2021-07-12 1:45:51 PM  

EdwardTellerhands: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: EdwardTellerhands: It's uncanny how many viewers there are here. We should start an Adult Survivors of Turn-On support group.

Maybe not *that* uncanny.

Farkers as a group seem to be the sort of people who enjoyed Laugh-In.  Since the advertising for Turn On implied that it was the same sort of entertainment, Farkers who were around at the time would have tended to gravitate to it.

And Farkers, having a Fark sense of humor and snark, quickly recognized it as utter tripe and a bad case of bait and switch.

It was an experiment.  It was an utter failure.  Selah.

That's all true, but I meant that we're all Meals On Wheels candidates.


Oh, well, yeah, that's a given.

My 'Meals on Wheels' is the casters on my Weber Grill.
 
2021-07-12 2:35:38 PM  

AintNoAmoeba: Ragin' Asian: They cut to a black screen and played live organ music? That's hilarious. In my mind, they're calling up the organist from Three Rivers Stadium and he asks, "You need me to do what?"

I keep picturing this
[YouTube video: Monty Python and the Holy Grail - ending song]


That is perfect for reading this thread.
 
2021-07-12 2:45:36 PM  

Gordon Bennett: csi_yellowknife: I wish there was an intact episode to watch online, it sounds up there with "The Day the Clown Cried" for infamy.

I watch Laugh-In reruns on Prime and yes it's dated. It's also hilarious for the first 3-4 seasons (Do yourself a favor and ignore it in the last season -- everyone else was, even the actors). Ruth Buzzi and Arte Johnson's routine still cracks me up, no matter how many times he gets beaten by her purse.

I've seen it and found it to be very dated. Their best joke was correctly predicting in 1968 that Ronald Reagan would be President in 1988.


And remember their cameo of Richard Nixon saying "Sock it to me?"
 
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