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9. From Hit Status to Elaine May Not

91 "neither here nor there": Variety, February 8, 1967.

92 "There certainly were celebratory phone calls": Fred Silverman. Interview with author, August 5, 2002.

92 "Over the last three": Lawrence Laurent. Washington Post, March 14, 1967, p. D10.

93 "Everyone was saying": Stan Harris. Interview with author, April 19, 2001.

93 "It was kind of funny": Fred Silverman. Interview with author, August 5, 2002.

93 "continues in a top level": Variety, March 15, 1967.

95 "CBS said": Stan Harris. Interview with author, April 19, 2001.

95 "Oh, there was a great deal": Perry Lafferty. Interview with author, April 19, 2001.

95 "Tommy was willing to be funny": Mason Williams. Interview with author, March 15, 2000.

96 "could say 'frigate' all he wanted!": Dick Smothers. Interview with author, June 5, 2001.

97 "When the show got hot": Mason Williams. Interview with author, March 15, 2000.

98 "The first battle we won": Mason Williams. Interview with author, March 2, 2000.

99 "This was a song": Mason Williams. Interview with author, March 15, 2000.

100 "The original script": Judy Stone. "Two Clean-Cut Heroes," New York Times, April 9, 1967.

101 "I never said it was all or nothing": Tom Smothers. Trial deposition, September 14, 1970.

101 "If it was cut": Perry Lafferty. Interview with author, April 19, 2001.

102 "When the Elaine May thing": William Tankersley. Interview with author, September 13, 2008.

102 "You couldn't say": Mason Williams. Interview with author, March 15, 2000.

102 "It was dramatic because it was asinine": Ken Kragen. Interview with author, November 20, 2003.

103 "We were not very much aware": Mason Williams. Interview with author, March 20, 2000.

103 "That was probably": Tom Smothers. Interview with author, June 5, 2001.

103 "Tommy, like [he did] later on": Stan Harris. Interview with author, April 19, 2001.

104 "When they would do": Mason Williams. Interview with author, March 15, 2000.

105 "Bylined 'by Elaine May'": Elaine May. New York Times, April 16, 1967.

105 "Oh, yeah": Tom Smothers. Interview with author, June 5, 2001.

105 "You could read it": Dick Smothers. Interview with author, June 5, 2001.

105 "The newspaper was not lined up with TV": Mason Williams. Interview with author, March 15, 2000.

106 "I think the network got Tom's attention": Mason Williams. Interview with author, November 4, 1992.

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