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1969-1970 SEASON - CBS Saturdays, Noon-12:30 P.M.


Preceded By:

8:00-8:30 AMThe Jetsons
8:30-9:30 AMThe Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour
9:30-10:00 AMDastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines
10:00-10:30 AMThe Perils Of Penelope Pitstop
10:30-11:00 AMScooby Doo, Where Are You!
11:00-NoonThe Archie Comedy Hour

Followed By:

12:30-1:00 PMWacky Races
1:00-1:30 PM The New Adventures Of Superman (9/13/69-Spring 1970)
local programming (Spring-9/5/70)
1:30-2:30 PMJonny Quest (9/13/69-Spring 1970)
local programming (Spring-9/5/70)

Other Networks:

ABC:Fantastic Voyage (9/13/69-Spring 1970)
Get It Together (Spring - 9/5/70)
Noon-12:30 PM
NBC:The Underdog Show (9/13/69-Spring 1970)
Saturday Supercade (Spring - 9/5/70)
Noon-12:30 PM


Airdate Episode New Song(s) Added Coinciding Album/Single Release
9/13/69 “I Was A Teenage Monster” "Good Clean Fun," written by Michael Nesmith "Good Clean Fun," b/w "Mommy And Daddy," released a full week before, 9/6/69 (Colgems #5005), as The Monkees' 11th single.
9/20/69 “Captain Crocodile”
9/27/69 "Art For Monkee's Sake"
10/4/69 “Monkee Versus Machine” "Listen To The Band," written by Michael Nesmith
10/11/69 "Everywhere A Sheik Sheik" The Monkees Present Micky, David, Michael (#COS-117)
10/18/69 “Monkee Versus Machine” "Listen To The Band," written by Michael Nesmith
10/25/69 “Monkee See, Monkee Die”
11/1/69 “The Monkees On The Line” "Little Girl," written by Micky Dolenz
11/8/69 "Mijacogeo" (a.k.a. "The Frodis Caper")

"I Never Thought It Peculiar," written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart

Note: This song appears here in a version alternate to the take which appeared on the album Changes, as it featured no strings/brass arrangement.

11/15/69 "The Picture Frame" (a.k.a. "The Bank Robbery")
11/22/69 "It's A Nice Place To Visit..." (a.k.a. "The Monkees In Mexico")
11/29/69 “The Success Story” "French Song," written by Bill Chadwick
12/6/69 “Don't Look A Gift Horse In The Mouth” "I Never Thought It Peculiar," written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
12/13/69 PREEMPTION: CBS Children's Hour ("J.T)"
12/20/69 "The Monkees Christmas Show"
12/27/69 “Monkee Mother”
1/3/70 "Everywhere A Sheik Sheik"
1/10/70 “Monkee Versus Machine” "Listen To The Band," written by Michael Nesmith
1/17/70 "The Wild Monkees" "Looking For The Good Times," written by Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
1/24/70 “One Man Shy” (a.k.a. "Peter And The Debutante") "If I Knew" written by Davy Jones & Bill Chadwick
1/31/70 “The Son Of A Gypsy”
2/7/70 “The Monkees Get Out More Dirt” "Steam Engine" written by Chip Douglas
2/14/70 "The Devil And Peter Tork" "I Never Thought It Peculiar," written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
2/21/70 “The Chaperone” "Midnight Train," written by Micky Dolenz
2/28/70 “Find The Monkees” (a.k.a. "The Audition")
3/7/70 “I've Got A Little Song Here” "Steam Engine" written by Chip Douglas
3/14/70 “The Monkees In The Ring” "Looking For The Good Times," written by Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
3/21/70 “Dance, Monkee, Dance” "If You Have The Time," written by Bill Chadwick

Note: This song was originally considered for use in The Monkees' 1968 feature film HEAD.

3/28/70 “Find The Monkees” (a.k.a. "The Audition")
4/4/70 "Monkee Mayor" "Oh My My," b/w "I Love You Better," released in 4/1970 (Colgems #5011) as The Monkees' 12th and final single.
4/11/70 “Monkees A La Mode” "Oh My My," written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim
4/18/70 "Hitting The High Seas" "Oh My My," written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim
4/25/70 "Fairytale"
5/2/70 "Hitting The High Seas" "Oh My My," written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim Changes (#COS-119, released 5/1[?]/70)
5/9/70 “Monkees A La Carte”
5/16/70 “Too Many Girls” (a.k.a. "Davy And Fern")
5/23/70 “The Monkees In Manhattan” (a.k.a “The Monkees Manhattan Style”) "Acapulco Sun," written by Soles and Albright
5/30/70 “Your Friendly Neighborhood Kidnappers” "Do You Feel It Too," written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim
6/6/70 “The Monkees On The Line” "Little Girl," written by Micky Dolenz
6/13/70 “The Success Story” "French Song," written by Bill Chadwick
6/20/70 "Everywhere A Sheik Sheik"
6/27/70 "Fairytale"
7/4/70 "Captain Crocodile"
7/11/70 “Don't Look A Gift Horse In The Mouth” "I Never Thought It Peculiar," written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
7/18/70 “Monkees A La Mode” "Oh My My," written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim
7/25/70 “Monkee Versus Machine” "Listen To The Band," written by Michael Nesmith
8/1/70 “The Chaperone” "Midnight Train," written by Micky Dolenz
8/8/70 “The Son Of A Gypsy”
8/15/70 “The Monkees Get Out More Dirt” "Steam Engine" written by Chip Douglas
8/22/70 “Find The Monkees” (a.k.a. "The Audition")
8/29/70 “Monkee Mother”
9/5/70 "The Wild Monkees""Looking For The Good Times," written by Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart

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