Martin Mull does his stand-up performance seated in an armchair, answering mail from his viewers - however, he gives his responses without first reading the questions to the audience. During his interview, he talks about his hobby painting, and shows an example. Then comes the comedy segment, which includes parodies of commercials - the first for dog collars, then a phone service ad featuring a governor calling an old friend, and finally one for compilation albums; during the monologue, Johnny had been told that the tape of the sketches (recorded earlier in the day) had been misplaced and couldn't be found - but before introducing Mull, Johnny was told that the tape has been located. Donald Sutherland first tells of his experience having a phone number that used to belong to Joan Rivers; after getting many calls for her, he started telling some of her jokes about Elizabeth Taylor and Princess Margaret, but found the callers to be lacking a sense of humor. He comments on how his ...