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Date Posted: 17:17:37 07/13/15 Mon
Author: LMB
Subject: Re: Group W
In reply to: WTK 's message, "Re: Group W" on 08:40:38 07/13/15 Mon

John and Yoko were definitely cohorts with Mike Douglas. Didn't Merv also have Mrs. Miller as a sidekick? Another Group W show (1978ish) was an ensemble-hosted show called "Everyday" with, I think, six cohosts, one of whom was Murray Langston (aka, the Unknown Comic on The Gong Show) along with Stephanie Edwards, John Bennett Perry, Tom Chapin and two others.

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