I will never understand how Harvey Korman was able to get through this moment with Tim Conway

Anyone who was alive in the 1970s and saw the Carol Burnett program knows how much happiness it gave to people’s Saturday nights. It’s true that many of the skits were entertaining, but the ones with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman were the best.

One such cartoon was titled “Clock Repairman.” Harvey Korman took on the role of straight man as per usual. A businessman who relied on Tim Conway to mend a grandfather clock that was a family relic.

When Harvey needed his clock fixed, the repairman wasn’t quite as trustworthy as he had thought. Audiences worldwide held their sides at Tim’s antics because he was forgetful, slow, and easily distracted.

Those familiar with Tim Conway’s work may recall that this character, a senile old guy, appeared in a number of sketches. Tim’s moniker for him was Duane Toddleberry, a name as lighthearted as the guy himself.

Even though Duane Toddleberry was the main attraction, the funniest moments of the skit occurred when Harvey Korman had trouble maintaining his role. We were already surprised by how well he managed to retain his cool.

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I will never understand how Harvey Korman was able to get through this moment with Tim Conway
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