Gary and Andy on the "Race Street and Bascom Avenue" set... sharp-eyed viewers will have already noticed the photo of "The Old Sourdough and Wachikanoka" just above the typewriter on the right side of the photo.
Andy appears to be adjusting his microphone... or he's working some kind of "crotch floss" action. Andy's outfit, by the way, was scientifically engineered to clash with everything, even itself.
Wait, wait...I know this one! Didn't Jackie Gleason and Art Carney shake hands like this on "The Honeymooners"?
"Ashes, ashes... all fall down." Has anyone else noticed that, for a couple of carpet salesmen, on a show sponsored by MMM Carpets, that there are no carpets on this set, and only rugs?
Andy and Gary pose for a "glamour" shot. For those of you trying to read the signs on the back wall, the sign above Andy reads "Rooms Upstairs for Consenting Adults", and the one above the "Race Street" sign reads "An Evil Mind is a great comfort". And truer words were never hung on a wall.
A long shot of the set - emphasizing the crotch-high placement of the dartboard - a disturbing element, to say the least.
Another long shot - Andy has apparently been told to watch his posture.