MeTV pays tribute to Tim Conway with select episodes of The Carol Burnett Show on May 20-24

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Tune in Monday–Friday at 11PM | 10C for some of Conway's funniest moments.

To celebrate the comedic genius of Tim Conway, MeTV is proud to present select episodes of The Carol Burnett Show that spotlight his iconic characters and trademark brand of humor. Though Conway is one of the faces most associated with the pioneering 1967–78 sketch comedy series, he did not become a regular on The Carol Burnett Show until the 1975–76 season. Up to that point, Conway was merely a frequent guest and friend of the show. By then, he had already crafted and introduced the world to hilarious characters like Mr. Tudball and the Oldest Man.

Tune in Monday through Friday next week, May 20–24, to revisit these side-splitting comedy sketches as MeTV Remembers Tim Conway. These special episodes of The Carol Burnett Show will air in the show's regular time slot, weeknights at 11PM | 10C.

Here are the Conway gems you will see.

Monday, May 20
11PM | 10C
"Guest Steve Lawrence"
Season 4, episode 3

Mr. Tudball (Tim Conway) tries to teach Mrs. Wiggins how to use an intercom.

Tuesday, May 21
11PM | 10C
"Guest Bernadette Peters"
Season 6, episode 21

In a reprise of his famous Dentist sketch, Tim has another mishap with novocaine.

Wednesday, May 22
11PM | 10C
"Guest Tim Conway"
Season 3, episode 7

Harvey Korman gets his grandfather clock fixed by the Oldest Man (Conway).

Thursday, May 23
11PM | 10C
"Guest Jim Nabors"
Season 3, episode 15

The Queen and King try to give their Hollow soldier (Conway) a blue pony.

Friday, May 24
11PM | 10C
"Guests Tim Conway and Valerie Harper"
Season 1, episode 16

Harvey's house is on fire, and the Oldest Man comes to his rescue.

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JamesMLong 3 days ago
A bit clunky to say the least but our skill set and experience won the day. Poor ref with no regard to offside and he bottled it on the sin bin, red card all day long if it had been on sky
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BurbankRy 7 days ago
Tim was an icon whose gifts to comedy will sustain for generations to come. I just wish MeTV was highlighting larger blocks of The Carol Burnett Show / McHale's Navy. There aren't many legends from this era left. I would love to see them receiving the tributes they deserve. Don't get me wrong, all fans are grateful for any kind of tribute, just wish it was more in-line with the impact he's made to the Television/sketch/physical comedy landscape.
JimWilliams 12 days ago
Conway was a comic genius. He will be sorely missed.
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