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CBS presents this program in COLOR!

1970-1971 SEASON - CBS Saturdays, 12:30-1:00 P.M.




Sad Note: All of the original Monkees have disbanded by this point...

Preceded By:

8:00-9:00 AMThe Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour
9:00-10:00 AMSabrina And The Groovie Goolies
10:00-10:30 AMJosie and The Pussy Cats
10:30-11:00 AMHarlem Globetrotters
11:00-NoonArchie's Funhouse
Noon-12:30 PMScooby Doo, Where Are You!

Followed By:

1:00-1:30 PMDastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines
1:30-2:00 PMThe Jetsons

Other Networks:

ABC:The Hardy Boys12:30-1:00 PM
NBC:Hot Dog12:30-1:00 PM


Airdate Episode New Song(s) Added
9/12/70 "The Monkees Watch Their Feet"
9/19/70 "Monkees Marooned" "Do You Feel It Too," written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim
9/26/70 “The Spy Who Came In From The Cool” "All Alone In The Dark," written by Soles and Albright
10/3/70 “The Prince And The Paupers” "99 Pounds," written by Jeff Barry
10/10/70 “I Was A Teenage Monster” "Good Clean Fun," written by Michael Nesmith
10/17/70 “Monkee Chow Mein”
10/24/70 "Art For Monkee's Sake"
10/31/70 “The Monkees At The Movies”
11/7/70 "Hillbilly Honeymoon" (a.k.a. "Double Barrell Shotgun Wedding")
11/14/70 "The Monstrous Monkee Mash" "Bye Bye, Baby, Bye Bye," written by Micky Dolenz
11/21/70 "The Card-Carrying Red Shoes"
11/28/70 "The Monkees Blow Their Minds"
12/5/70 "The Devil And Peter Tork" "I Never Thought It Peculiar," written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
12/12/70 "The Monkee's Paw"
12/19/70 "The Monkees Christmas Show"
12/26/70 "Some Like It Lukewarm" (a.k.a. "The Band Contest")
1/2/71 "The Monkees Blow Their Minds"
1/9/71 “The Monkees In A Ghost Town”
1/16/71 "Mijacogeo" (a.k.a. "The Frodis Caper") "I Never Thought It Peculiar," written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
1/23/71 “The Case Of The Missing Monkee”
1/30/71 "The Picture Frame" (a.k.a. "The Bank Robbery")
2/6/71 “The Monkees Get Out More Dirt” "Steam Engine" written by Chip Douglas
2/13/71 “The Royal Flush” "Apples, Peaches, Bananas and Pears," written by Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
"Good Clean Fun," written by Michael Nesmith
2/20/71 "A Coffin Too Frequent" "Oklahoma Backroom Dancer," written by Michael Nesmith
2/27/71 “Monkee See, Monkee Die”
3/6/71 "Monkees Marooned" "Do You Feel It Too," written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim
3/13/71 “The Prince And The Paupers” "99 Pounds," written by Jeff Barry
3/20/71 "The Monkees On The Wheel"
3/27/71 “Monkee Mother”
4/3/71 “The Spy Who Came In From The Cool” "All Alone In The Dark," written by Steven Soles and Ned Albright
Note: Around this time, an obscure single release, "Do It In The Name Of Love" b/w "Lady Jane," was issued on the Bell label, and simply credited to Davy Jones and Micky Dolenz.
4/10/71 “Monkee Chow Mein”
4/17/71 "Art For Monkee's Sake"
4/24/71 "The Monkee's Paw"
5/1/71 "Hillbilly Honeymoon" (a.k.a. "Double Barrell Shotgun Wedding")
5/8/71 "The Card-Carrying Red Shoes"
5/15/71 “The Monkees At The Movies”
5/22/71 “I Was A Teenage Monster” "Good Clean Fun," written by Michael Nesmith
5/29/71 "The Picture Frame" (a.k.a. "The Bank Robbery")
6/5/71 "The Monkees Blow Their Minds"
6/12/71 “The Case Of The Missing Monkee”
6/19/71 "I Was A 99-lb. Weakling" (a.k.a. "Physical Culture")
6/26/71 "Some Like It Lukewarm" (a.k.a. "The Band Contest")
7/3/71 "The Monkees Blow Their Minds"
7/10/71 “The Monkees In A Ghost Town”
7/17/71 “The Monkees At The Circus”
7/24/71 "The Monkees On The Wheel"
7/31/71 "The Devil And Peter Tork" "I Never Thought It Peculiar," written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
8/7/71 "The Monkee's Paw"
8/14/71 “Monkee Chow Mein”
8/21/71 "The Card-Carrying Red Shoes"
8/28/71 "Hillbilly Honeymoon" (a.k.a. "Double Barrell Shotgun Wedding")
9/4/71 "The Monkees Blow Their Minds"


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