The following is a list of episodes of the television series The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson which aired in 1983:No.Original air dateGuest(s)Musical/entertainment guest(s)4–913January 4, 1983Carl Reiner, Greg Louganis, Ron O'BrienN/A4–914January 5, 1983Teri Garr, Tom NoddyB.B. King4–915January 6, 1983Richard Benjamin, Kelly MonteithPete Fountain4–916January 7, 1983Jack LemmonTanya Tucker
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This is the list of episodes for The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, which aired from October 1, 1962 to May 22, 1992.Lists include first-run episodes only and do not include Best of Carson rebroadcasts.
- Diane Lane Talks About Her 18th Birthday on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show 1983youtube.com
- Johnny Carson's joke bombs & Fred deCordova leaves the set of the Tonight Showyoutube.com
- Emmanuel Lewis is Hilarious in This Classic First Appearance on Carson Tonight Showyoutube.com
- Buddy Hackett Tells Divorce Jokes & Naked Bath Story to Johnny Carson, Part 2 on Tonight Showyoutube.com
Carson hosted several shows besides Carson's Cellar, including the game show Earn Your Vacation (1954) and the CBS variety show The Johnny Carson Show (1955–1956).   He was a guest panelist on the original To Tell the Truth starting in 1960, later becoming a regular panelist from 1961 until 1962.
1983 episodes List of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson episodes The following is a list of episodes of the television series The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson which aired in 1982:
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1983 episodes. Next → 1985 episodes ... Exercise Books- 'Johnny Carson's Exercise for Lazy Bums', National Exercise Week: 5–166: May 18, 1984 () Bert Convy ...
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Johnny talks about Lee Iacocca getting fired from the Statue of Liberty committee. Johnny takes a sip of his coffee, it is cold he goes down the hall to get a new cup, sees the vending machines, among them is one for 'Live Animals, 50 Cents', Johnny puts his money and out comes a dog, Max. 3–422: February 14, 1986 ()
From 1983 to 1986, Rivers and Brenner served as Carson's permanent guest hosts. Many in 1986, including top executives at NBC, thought it was possible that Johnny Carson would retire after reaching his 25th anniversary on October 1, 1987, as it was such a logical cut-off point.
Ed shows a picture of Johnny in cowboy gear and Johnny holds up photos representing Bush's 474 minutes as President. 5–399: August 28, 1985 () Chuck Norris, Victoria Jackson: Glen Campbell: Extension Courses from University of Burbank: 5–400: August 29, 1985 () Doug Henning: Tony Bennett: Mighty Carson Art Players - "Dr. Ruth"
For its first decade, Johnny Carson's The Tonight Show was based at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City, with some episodes recorded at NBC's West Coast studios in Burbank, California; on May 1, 1972, the show moved to Burbank as its main venue and remained there exclusively after May 1973 until Carson's retirement.
"Nightline" (with Joe Piscopo as Ted Koppel who interviews President Reagan (Johnny Carson)) 5–743: July 22, 1987 () Patrick Duffy, Prof. Jearl Walker: N/A: Desk - Johnny gives Doc Severinsen the third degree about not declaring his Italian suits at U.S. Customs. Doc also shows pictures of his tour with the NBC Orchestra.