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Season Premiere, 1976 - Guest: Arthur Duncan. Lawrence and the Band opened this 1976 season with the Glenn Miller hit "In The Mood". Guy & Ralna sing "Feelings", Tanya takes center stage with "Love Will Keep Us Together", Arthur dances to "Doin' The New Low Down", and Lawrence and Cissy dance to the "Waltz Of The Flowers". "America The Beautiful" makes a perfect closer when sung by Norma and the cast.
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Early Retirement - When it comes to snobbery, Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced "bouquet") is in a class of her own. Desperate to impress the neighbors and elbow her way into the local aristocracy, every moment of Hyacinth's day is spent going to manic lengths in her quest for perfection. There is one very slight trouble to Hyacinth's pretensions, however. The rest of her family is completely average and can always be trusted to undermine her efforts.
The Go-Getter - Connie hires a personal secretary, Baxter, to tidy up Blandings and Clarence and impress the visiting Schoonmakers; but Freddie's attempts to sell them dog-food contribute to the extreme discomfort of the occasion.
The Labours of Hercules - Poirot journeys to the Swiss Alps to catch a thief. Desperate to catch the infamous art thief Marrascaud, the Metropolitan Police build what they imagine is a perfect trap. The results are catastrophic.