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Thursday February 27, 1975
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Prime-time network TV listings for Thursday February 27, 1975:

8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM 9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM
CBS The Waltons: The Woman G.E. Theater: In This House Of Brede
ABC Barney Miller: Stakeout Karen: Whistle Blowing The Streets Of San Francisco: Labyrinth Harry O: Elegy For A Cop
NBC The Mac Davis Show Flip Wilson Special Dean Martin Celebrity Roast Of Jackie Gleason

Program details:

[CBS 8:00] The Waltons [Reg]: The Woman
Season 3, episode 24
W: Hindi Brooks   D: Harvey Laidman

With Paul Jenkins (Professor Parks), Laura Campbell (Madeline Bennett), Sally Kemp (Mrs. Parks), Julie Rogers (Gloria Webb), Kathy Cronkite (Sally Barstow).
John-Boy falls in love with a visiting woman writer he is assigned to escort during her stay at the university. She is greatly attracted to him, but when she wants him to return to her home in New York he makes a surprising decision.

[ABC 8:00] Barney Miller [Reg]: Stakeout
Season 1, episode 6
W: Danny Arnold   D: John Rich

With Florence Stanley (Bernice Fish), Peter Carew (Prospective Tenant), Jo Jo Malone (Brandy), Lucille Meredith (Prospective Tenant), Marjorie Bennett (Mrs. Richline), Lou Jacobi (Harry Tannenbaum), Brett Somers (Mrs. Stavochek), Vic Tayback (Mr. Stavochek), Eddie Barth (Detective DeLuca).
Barney and his men stake-out for a drug drop in an apartment building and fear their cover will be blown. The tenants keep dropping in to visit.

[NBC 8:00] The Mac Davis Show [Reg]
Season 2, episode 10

With Glen Campbell, Paul Lynde, Jimmy Webb.
Davis sings "Everyday People". Lynde spoofs a moment in history 200 years ago.

[ABC 8:30] Karen [Reg]: Whistle Blowing
Season 1, episode 5
W: Simon Muntner   D: Hy Averback

With William Christopher (Andrew), Fred Willard (Ritter), Vicky Huxtable (Mrs. Simms), Liam Dunn (Capt. Pike).
Karen has a series of secret meetings with a man who decides to blow the whistle on some of his company's practices.

[CBS 9:00] G.E. Theater: In This House Of Brede [special]
W: James Costigan   D: George Schaefer

With Diana Rigg, Judi Bowker, Pamela Brown, Gwen Watford, Denis Quilley.
A London widow renounces a successful business career -- and a man who loves her -- for a life of prayer and seclusion as a cloistered nun at the Benedictine Abbey of Brede in Southern England.

[ABC 9:00] The Streets Of San Francisco [Reg]: Labyrinth
Season 3, episode 22
W: Del Reisman   D: William Hale

With Reuben Collins (Inspector Tanner), Julie Adams (Judith), Claire Brennan (Marian Fabrieze), Don Gordon (Anthony Fabrieze), Michael McGuire (Harry), Shelly Novack (Pete), Felice Orlandi (Jack Vincent), Bing Russell (Inspector Landers), Michael Strong (Al Ginnis), Tony Young (Gogo Friezell), Dave Willock (Hotel Clerk), Ben Hammer (Mr. Daly).
Three syndicate enforcers terrorize a downtown hotel after one of them falls to his death from a window in the high-rise. The police seal off the hotel and hunt for the other two mobsters and the down-and-out boxer who was their target.

[NBC 9:00] Flip Wilson Special [special]
With Sammy Davis Jr., Helen Reddy, William Conrad.
Flip's third special of the season. In skits, Flip and Sammy play musicians, "Geraldine" is a Las Vegas superstar and Conrad is a smoker's clinic operator. Sammy sings "That Old Black Magic". Helen sings "Emotion".

[ABC 10:00] Harry O [Reg]: Elegy For A Cop
Season 1, episode 21
W: Howard Rodman   D: Jerry Thorpe

With Sal Mineo (Broker), Kathleen Lloyd (Marilyn Quinlan), Julio Medina (Jesus Quinlan), Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Reynosa), Mel Stewart (Arvin Granger), Raymond O'Keefe (Roman Kinestino), Clay Tanner (Leon), Olan Soule (Mr. Elko), Jennifer Lee (Doll), Margaret Avery (Ruby Dome).
The fatal shooting of Harry's long-time friend Lt. Manny Quinlan sends the private eye on a personal vendetta.

[NBC 10:00] Dean Martin Celebrity Roast Of Jackie Gleason [special]
With Phyllis Diller, Milton Berle, Danny Thomas, Audrey Meadows, Gene Kelly, Nipsey Russell, Sid Caesar, Sheila MacRae, Art Carney.
Jackie Gleason is honored as Man of the Hour by a celebrity-studded dais and host Dean Martin.

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