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Dolly (1987)

Dolly is a television variety show that ran on ABC during the 1987-1988 season featuring Dolly Parton.

Release Date: Sun, Sep 27, 1987

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 60

Season 1:

Episode 1: 101 (Sep 27, 1987)
Bathtub Baby I'm Burning/Credits Opening Monolog -- Dolly sings ""Bubblin' Over."" Dolly's Date – Dolly has her first make believe Date with Dudley Moore. Headlock on My Heart – In retaliation at the tabloids that claimed Dolly would wed Hulk Hogan, she wrote a song about marrying a wrestler and got Hulk to do the video. Strong response from fans got this video aired once more on a later episode. A Capella -- Dolly and the group sing ""Do I Ever Cross Your Mind."" Pee Wee's Playhouse – Dolly pays a visit to Pee Wee's Playhouse. The Duo sing ""Hey Good Lookin'."" Solo in the Spotlight – Dolly sings ""Someone to Watch Over Me,"" from the play ""Crazy for You."" Porgy and Bess – Dolly chats with Oprah Winfrey which leads to a skit with ditzy Dolly playing an actress auditioning for the play ""Porgy and Bess,"" and Oprah trying to explain Dolly's the wrong color for the part. Out and About – Dolly sneaks up on NYC Mayor Ed Koch. My Tennessee Mountain Home – Dolly sings fan and
Episode 2: 102 (Oct 04, 1987)
Bathtub – Dolly gives an opening introduction in a bathtub. Baby I'm Burnin'/Credits Saving It For You/Monolog – Dolly sings her new song, ""Savin' It For You,"" from the album ""Rainbow,"" and gives her opening Monolog. A Capella – Sing ""Holding On to You."" Out and About – Dolly gets to spend the day at a firestation and ride on a firetruck. Alabama – Alabama perform their song ""Chosen Few."" Solo in the Spotlight – Dolly sings ""Don't Get Around Much Anymore."" Vanity Fair Dolly tries to talk 14 ½ year old valley girl Whoopi Goldberg out of getting into a van with a guy, but she only succeeds in talking her out of a haircut. My Tennessee Mountain Home – Alabama joins Dolly to sing ""I saw the Light"" and ""Play Me Some Mountain Music."" Dolly sings ""Tiptoe, Tiptoe Little Dolly Parton."" A Capella – They sing ""Look on the Bright Side"" Q & A My Name Is Jonah – Dolly sings the biblical song with a group of kids. I Will Always Love You – ""Bye-Bye!"" Closing Credits
Episode 3: 103 (Oct 11, 1987)
Episode 4: 104 (Oct 18, 1987)
Songs include: ""A Better Place to Live"" (Dolly), ""I've been Loving You Too Long"" (Patti), ""Up Above My Head"" (Dolly, Patti).
Episode 6 (Unknown Title)
Episode 6: Episode 6 (Unknown Title) (Nov 01, 1987)
Vanity Fair - Jackee visits Dolly @ the Beauty Salon, getting ready to be her show. She & Dolly do a rendition of ""Here You Come Again"".
Miss Piggy Takes Over
Episode 8: Miss Piggy Takes Over (Nov 15, 1987)
Dolly introduces the ""Hoedown-Showdown"" segment, which will set the tone for the show, from this point forward. She also (with Miss Piggy's help), pokes fun of some of the segments with which she was never comfortable, with Miss Piggy lampooning the ""bubble bath"" segment, and offering an over-the-top performance of ""Someone to Watch Over Me"" (which Dolly herself performed in an earlier episode.
Episode 11: 111 (Jan 04, 1988)
Episode 12: 112 (Dec 13, 1987)
Episode 13: 113 (Jan 19, 1988)
My Hawaii
Episode 16: My Hawaii (Jan 01, 1970)
Down in New Orleans
Episode 21: Down in New Orleans (Apr 30, 1988)
Dolly films a special episode of her weekly series in New Orleans, celebrating the songs and people of the city. She performs aboard s steamboat with Pete Fountain, at a street fair with the Neville Brothers and the Dixie Cups, at a Bourbon Street nightclub with Irma Thomas, Alan Toussant and Dr. John, and at a Cajun hoedown with Doug Kirshaw.
Episode 22 (Unknown Title)
Episode 22: Episode 22 (Unknown Title) (May 10, 1988)
Dolly is joined by Loretta Lynn, comedian-musician Mike Schneider, and comedian Jackie Mason.

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