One big surprise turns into another...and another! Honesty in the Saloon.
Johnny interviews author Joesph Wambaugh.
Joesph is a bestselling American writer known for his fictional and non-fictional accounts of police work in the United States. Several of his first novels were set in Los Angeles, California, and its surroundings, and featured Los Angeles police officers as protagonists.
Joesph talks about his previous novels The New Centurions and The Blue Knight as well as his upcoming novel The Onion Field.
He also talks about his upcomming television show, Police Story.
A representative from the DMV explains whether or not the public's complaints are being taken seriously.
Featuring Johnny Carson as G. Walter Schneer.
Originally Aired: October 15, 1980
As far as honeymoons go, this one sure lands the happy couple on the beach.
Johnny Carson and Burt Reynolds have fun with whipped cream in this Tonight Show episode telecast September 26, 1974.
Lou Gossett, Jr. promotes "An Officer and a Gentleman" and acts as Ed McMahon's drill sergeant on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1983.
Robin Williams promotes "Awakenings" on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1991.
Buddy Rich and Ed Shaughnessy play drums together on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1978.
Bette Davis on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1988)
Danny DeVito talks about the "The War of the Roses" and divorce with Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" in 1989.
When Johnny's piano guest for the night cancels at the last minute, he enlists the help of the audience and finds two piano players in the crowd to fill the vacant spot.
Piano Players - David Tolley, Mary Jo Manela
Despite having Laryngitis, Steve Martin performs for a Tonight Show Special Feature with Johnny Carson.
Steve starts with an illusion, sings a song and ends with a card trick.
The Show must go on.
Buddy Hackett tries to keep his jokes clean on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
Johnny Carson doing it all! From pole vaulting to flying mach-1 in a fighter jet, this is a short showing Johnny doing many different feats when he wasn't busyhosting The Tonight Show.
It wouldn't be a Kevin Spacey appearance without an impression of the late night king.