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T.V. Week: The Smothers Brothers.

Dick and Tom Smothers of the comedy duo The Smothers Brothers. In 1967, their show The Smothers Brothers Comedy hour first went on the air. The show has been credited with helping pave the way for a new generation of TV comedy shows including Saturday Night Live. (REBROADCAST from a 12/31/1985 interview.)

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Other segments from the episode on August 31, 2000

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, August 31, 2000: Interview with Carl Reiner; Interview with Larry Gelbart; Interview with Dick Smothers and Tom Smothers; Interview with David Alan Grier.

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